SOS from Iraq: MSF_BW_03-01

Mohamad, 37, receives a physical therapy from Faris Baniysen, Jordanian physiotherapist, on his hospital bet at Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, Jordan Monday, November 12, 2007. Oil ministry employee, was trying to flag a taxi to get to work when a car bomb exploded, and a piece of car landed on him, receiving multiple fracture on his body on March 2006, and later his right leg was amputated. He said that a doctor told him that the amputation could have been avoided if there is better medical care available. “I want to improve despite of everything.” One of his brother died recently in car bombing, 5 months after his own.

Mohamad, 37, receives a physical therapy from Faris Baniysen, Jordanian physiotherapist, on his hospital bet at Red Crescent Hospital in Amman, Jordan Monday, November 12, 2007. Oil ministry employee, was trying to flag a taxi to get to work when a car bomb exploded, and a piece of car landed on him, receiving multiple fracture on his body on March 2006, and later his right leg was amputated. He said that a doctor told him that the amputation could have been avoided if there is better medical care available. “I want to improve despite of everything.” One of his brother died recently in car bombing, 5 months after his own.