Swapping South Sudan for south London, Claudia Dias is starting to readjust to life back in the UK.
Gunshot wounds, malnutrition, malaria, diarrhoea, pneumonia, dehydration and landmine injuries. Hardly the everyday ailments found on her NHS ward.
For the last six months, the 29-year-old Portuguese nurse has been working with the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) in South Sudan where her nursing skills have been put to the test.
“The work is completely different, you have to learn quickly and adapt while working with very basic equipment,” said Claudia.
“It is hard to see children and women with gunshot wounds. They are not involved in the fighting. They are just caught in the middle.”