23
Feb
2018

As A Doctor In Africa And Germany

Touching presentation at the business school of their interesting professional development and thus her life story reported Dr. Gisela Schneider during the studies Generale front nearly 30 people in the business school on the Saltworks in Rottweil. With 17 years she have decided already, to study medicine, then to work as a doctor in Africa. And that has implemented it. “After graduating, she worked from 1984 first 10 years in the Gambia (West Africa) Gambia is actually no land, only a river, the country was divided randomly so that the slave transports could take place smoothly”.

The link between poverty and disease became clear here, she forced the development of basic health services together with others, laid the foundations of medical care. Clearly she formulated it, why the people in these regions are so sick of the lack of water and also due to political situation, namely through lack of education, poverty, when in many regions of the world people revenue from their resources even to the Available should we need no aid, “said Gisela Schneider. Then followed a usage in a beautiful country Uganda, since you should go make sure time! “, where she designed based on their experiences in the Gambia with a university training programs for the development of basic health service for participants from all over Africa.” Actually”not back I said Gisela Schneider to Germany”, then she followed the line of the German Institute for medical mission but the call. Today she is the Medical Director of the experience tropical / Paul-Lechler clinic in Tubingen in Germany is unthinkable in Africa competitions between clinics we. We can but much of Africa learn, especially ‘Health’ is actually called”. Also, she leads the mission medical services, an egg-laying wool milk sow”so Dr.

Schneider, who both bring medicines to poor countries and offers seminars for departing aid workers, but also health projects in all World support. She even was repeatedly in Eastern Congo so I didn’t otherwise much misery and injustice as there throughout Africa”. The conflicts and hunting the rebels for raw materials, for example the coltan, which is required for the production of mobile in this country ungovernable “raped women and spread terror. So, the lobbying for the certification of the coltan is very important to her another area of the DIFM, but also for AIDS, talks with politicians are constantly searched and. By hopeful achievements, Dr. Gisela Schneider can report, about that drugs available are now many AIDS patients in Africa and the sick as a result are able again to their families provide. Or the microfinance that enable women to take their destiny into their own hands. Support, said Dr. Gisela Schneider, you could work the DIFM with donations, but also with invitations to the employees of public relations which then about their work and their Report requests. Information about the Studium Generale at Berthold Villing