I know I talked about fistulas for V-Day and all and some people were probably like "GAAAAHHHH make it STOP"
Here's an interesting article from the NY Times about fistula repair in Tanzania. Interesting because it must be performed in the barely sufficient, rural hospitals of the interior as opposed to a hospital ship, certainly adding an element of difficult.
The article is great, as is the narrated slide show. If you're wondering what a rural East African hospital looks like, or wondering why one of the first things I would do after winning the lottery is travel over there to build and staff a hospital, this will pretty much explain it all.