This competition is now closed.
Congratulations to Bronagh from London who was chosen by random number generator by Ben in the MSF office.
The answer was “When cholera hit Lae City in Papua New Guinea because of contaminated water, we opened a Cholera Treatment Centre the same day.” Incredible.
Today’s marvellous prize is brought to you by the lovely people at Loop.
You could win three skeins of equally gorgeous yarn plus a handy Loop bag.
The yarns are:
1 skein of Hamilton Yarn Silke DK- 100% silk 235m/100g
1 skein of Viola lace – 100% superwash merino. 825m/115g, colour: Ghost
1 skein of Dye for Yarn lace – 100% Tussah Silk 695 m/100g, colour: Burning Forest
To win this beautiful selection read the following, then answer the question:
Not all MSF field volunteers are doctors or nurses. Logisticians, water sanitation officers, financial controllers are just some of the less well known roles working on an MSF project. Visit the MSF Delivers website and meet some of the British field volunteers working for MSF.
Here is your question: Project Co-ordinator Chris Houston previously worked in Papua New Guinea. When cholera hit Lae City because of contaminated water when did the MSF Cholera Treatment Clinic open?
Email your answer to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “MSF Logistics” by 11am (GMT) on Thursday 8th December.
Come back on Thursday for another chance to win a brilliant prize!