Over 35,000 Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) staff work in around 70 countries providing medical humanitarian aid. And while MSF is not specifically a women's health care organization, most of their patients are women and children, as they are often the most vulnerable.
The GM of MSF in Taiwan Joanna Cheng will share stories of MSF's patients and fieldworkers, demonstrating the urgent need for care for the displaced women and girls in these troubled areas. And at the same time she will show how their individual strength and resilience shine through in the face of adversity.
This will be an amazing lunch for Women, Workers in CSR, Managers, and anyone who has ever dealt with adversity.