Shown above: Health register and notebook, stethoscope, CAR flag, photo of Selefio Stanislas, an official health facility stamp with ink and pens.
Rufin, who is 29 years old, has been a nutritional health officer at Gbandengue clinic since August 2015, when Concern first started to support the facility. The clinic serves around 6,000 people, including just over one thousand children under the age of five. There is also a mobile health clinic for more remote communities.
In February 2019, the director of the clinic, 46-year-old Stanislas Selefio (seen in the photograph in the image), died suddenly. But his legacy lives on – with Rufin, pharmacist Marcelin Pezele and matron Micheline Kolengue continuing to provide care and treatment for the community. Rufin said: