Children's Clinic building shot from the outside, shot of Dr. Bernassola walking out / baby crying and nurses taking care of it / mothers in other rooms of
the clinic watching over their children sleeping / shots of office and medicine cabinets.
[Interview with Dr. Marta Bernassola, part 2 of 2]
Part 2 of interview with Dr. Marta Bernassola from Cooperazione Internazionale (COOPI) and Holy Mary Children's Clinic. She talks about why women were targeted in the war, the need for the country to heal, the importance of prosecution and reconciliation, and why she started the clinic. The last part of the tape is b-roll of the exterior of the clinic and the interior of rooms in the Outpatient Department.
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