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Anonymous shared this review of Doctors Without Borders on Nov 26th, 2017
"I believe the biggest difficulty for women with families is that family field positions are rare and very disputed. So most positions as an expat require leaving your family home, with one week vacation every 3 months. As a single woman, even working in the Middle East for most of my career I have not felt left behind or discouraged; in fact there are several women in leadership positions."
Anonymous shared this review of Doctors Without Borders on May 11th, 2017
"It's a great opportunity to travel to different countries to help others in need."
Anonymous shared this review of Doctors Without Borders on Nov 29th, 2016
"Excellent benefits. Family-friendliness varies and is somewhat manager-dependent, as is equality of treatment for women compared to men. Currently, top level leadership is overwhelmingly male."