Small Changes Make Big Differences

MSF’s hospital in Amman is a relatively modern building with a stable supply of electricity from the grid, but its patient roster is growing with the war in Syria, which has displaced 6 in 10 people from the country. The facility needed to power more reconstructive surgeries and long-term recoveries and was hosting an average of 180 patients at any given time. But it was strapped with inefficient energy systems and harsh, wasteful lighting. Read here how small interventions have made a big difference. ​

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