Do you remember what you were doing in the early days of 1990? We know that many doors were opening around the world, and that the truths that spilled out from behind those doors were not always easy to grasp or comprehend. Our story is fortunate enough to have had Monica McDaid face those uncomfortable realities and do something about it.Monica, a teacher from Birmingham, first came to the NeuroPsychiatric Hospital in Siret as part of a group of aid workers. She remembers everything from 30 years ago as if it happened yesterday.
The living conditions were beyond belief, with young people and many children living in squalor and being extremely undernourished.
So she called reinforcements. It was her challenge that Anneka Rice together with 200 volunteers accepted, ushering in a #NewLife for the children in Siret