Footprints in the Dust: Nursing, Survival, Compassion, and Hope with Refugees Around the World Audiobook (Free)
The word “refugee” sparks conversation and fuels emotion. There are a lot more than twenty-two million refugees world-wide and another sixty-five million who have been forcibly displaced. But who are these people? Images filter into our awareness via dramatic photographs-but these photos only offer a glance into their tales. As a ER nurse in Boston, Roberta Gately was stopped chilly by stark images of big-bellied infants with clear haunting stares in the news. She known as the aid organization presented in the news headlines story, and, within 8 weeks, she had turn into a humanitarian aid worker. Quickly she found that the globe into which millions of children around the globe are born is fraught with unspeakable horrors. The only certainties for so several children are disease and damaging injury. Footprints in the Dirt aims to share the real stories of these refugees in hopes of revealing the truth about their encounter.