Marius Sanciuc is from Cluj-Napoca in Romania. He studied and graduated at the University of Medicine and Pharmacy of Lasi. For MSF he will be working as triage nurse supervisor during a Covid-19 intervention in Baghdad, Iraq.
It is his first mission with MSF.
Have you ever been abroad for a significant length of time or on a humanitarian mission before?
Why did you decide to go on mission with MSF?
I think that most of us are lucky to live in a well-developed country and to have access to a basic or high quality medical system; the need of healthcare professionals in developing countries is high, that made me join MSF.
What do you value most about MSF?
Their commitment to helping people in need.
What are you looking forward to most on your (next) mission?
To meet new people and to exchange medical ideas.
Is there anything that you take along to every mission?
At the moment, no. I would take one of my bikes.
What are you passionate about and how do you like to spend your free time?
Passionate about sports, food (and cooking). I like traveling with my bicycles, most my free time.
- Yemen, August 2021 - November 2021
- Iraq, September 2020 - November 2020