MUHIMA, KIGALI, Rwanda - Imagine you are a nurse working in a small hospital. It is crowded, with too many patients and too few doctors.
You are about to help a young mother give birth to her first baby. The baby has come several weeks too early, and you know this will be a risky delivery.
During labour, something goes wrong, and you must act quickly to save the life of the mother and her child. You are frustrated, unsure what the problem is. Your hospital lacks the medical equipment you need to take action.