Location: Audie 2, Entertainment society of Goa, Maquinez Palace Old GMC Heritage Precinct, D.B Marg, Campal, Panjim
Date: Mon, 2013/12/16 – 7:00pm
Price: Free and open to the public
Category: Film screening
Duration: 2 hours
Access to the Danger Zone is a
harrowing account of the challenges of delivering humanitarian aid in armed
conflicts. The film was shot in 3 of the world’s worst war zones – Afghanistan,
Somalia, and eastern Democratic Republic of Congo. The dramatic footage
explores the strategies that MSF has employed to save lives.
outgoing MSF International President, Dr. Unni Karunakara, at a Q&A after the
screening. Dr Unni is making a stop in Goa on his 5,000 km bike tour across
India, during which he will travel to 65 places, speak at 10 medical colleges,
and join 10 film screenings hosted by Alliance Française.
Doctors Without Borders is
an international medical humanitarian organisation and provides aid to people
affected by armed conflict, natural disasters, epidemics, and exclusion from
health care in more than 70 countries, including 8 projects in India.