There presently exists a very small and exclusive international association and although there are no officers, annual dinners, headquarters, tax-deductible subscriptions, or conferences, the members insist that they are incredibly privileged. The chances of meeting a member are remote for, in numbers just over seven hundred, they are scattered over the face of the earth — from the Philippines to Senegal, from Thailand to Colombia — in refugee camps or in health organizations. In the lapels of their jackets they wear a badge: less than a thumbnail’s width in diameter, as small as the Légion d’Honneur and worn with equal pride, it was designed by two Americans in Dacca, Bangladesh.
KeywordsHealth Worker Refugee Camp Railway Line Mass Vaccination Dacca City
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