Un travailleur MSF aide un enfant qui a perdu une jambe à se tenir debout
Portrait de Marc Le Pape
Le Pape

Marc Le Pape has been a researcher at the CNRS and then at the EHESS. He is currently a member of the scientific committee of the CRASH. Formerly with the CNRS, Marc Le Pape is currently a researcher at the l'Ehess (Centre d'études africaines). He has carried out research in Algeria, Côte d'Ivoire and Central Africa. His recent studies have focused on the Great Lakes region in Africa. He has co-directed several publications: Côte d'Ivoire, l'année terrible 1999-2000 (2003), Crises extrêmes (2006) et dans le cadre de MSF : Une guerre contre les civils. Réflexions sur les pratiques humanitaires au Congo-Brazzaville, 1998-2000 (2001) and Génocide et crimes de masse. L'expérience rwandaise de MSF 1982-1997 (2016). 


Suzanne Bradol graduated in Sociology (Cairo University, Khartoum Branch, Sudan). She has worked for MSF-Crash as an interpreter, a translator and a research assistant. 

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We would like to thank the headquarters operations managers (Paris, Dubai) and all the members of MSF-OCP’s project in Amman - surgeons, doctors, nurses, psychologists, physiotherapists, pharmacists, coordinators and administration managers - for their helpfulness and cooperation during this survey. We would also like to thank the patients and their care-takers for their friendly reception and for the trust they displayed throughout the long interviews. Finally, thank you to Doctor Jean-Hervé Bradol for answering our many questions and to CRASH readers for their feedback and support.

Writing: Marc Le Pape - Proofreading and editing: Jean-Hervé Bradol, Rony Brauman, Bérengère Cescau, Claire Magone, Michaël Neuman, Claudine V idal, Fabrice Weissman - Translation: Suzanne Bradol, Mandy Duret - Transcription: Iona Baker, Christelle Cabioch, Claire Higgins, Nina Kamburova - Design and layout: Tc Graphite