Iowa Surgeon Helping Refugees in South Sudan
An Iowa doctor is preparing to come home after spending the past couple of weeks doing relief work in a part of the world facing one of the worst refugee crises in memory.
Dr. Alan Koslow is a vascular surgeon from Des Moines. He landed in South Sudan about two weeks ago, in an area where tens of thousands of refugees have been fleeing violence and famine across the border in Sudan.
Koslow spoke with IPR's Sarah McCammon through an internet phone from the South Sudanese capital of Juba.