All throughout my training I had dreamed of going on a medical mission. I suppose I wanted to feel like I was making a difference. That dream finally became a reality in 2015. That was the year that I had the fortune to cross paths with a trauma surgeon who I work with and who is also the founder of the International Surgical Health Initiative. That mission was truly a wonderful experience where I got to go to Africa for the first time, meet the generous people of Ghana, and practice my skill in providing them with the much needed surgical care. Since then I have gone with ISHI to Peru and this year am getting involved on the mission to Bangladesh. Not only is Bangladesh the third least developed country in the world, according to the UN, but it now has also been hit with a refugee crisis as a result of the Rohingya persecution in Myanmar. Needless to say medical care is severely lacking and we hope to be able to contribute to the ongoing humanitarian effort by operating for one week in the Chittagong region. Hence, please consider making a contribution to this fantastic organization which has already gone on numerous missions around the world and will continue providing medical relief to some of the neediest people on the planet.