Around the world there are people who care. Watch how they have come together to support Dr. Tom and his work.
The Heart of Nuba had a special screening at the Cascade Theatre in Redding, CA. The screening also included a performance by Katrina Carlson.
At six o'clock each morning an American doctor makes his way through the dark to a simple chapel where he spends half an hour, rosary in hand, enlisting God's support for the day ahead. He is Dr Tom Catena, and he is the only surgeon in...
Screening was held for policymakers in the Auditorium de la Maire de Paris. Hosted by the MagkaSama Project, Amnesty International, and Human Rights Watch.
Screening was held for British Parliament at The Foundry. Hosted by Waging Peace and the Parliament.
“…the source of most of our conflicts is the idea that one person’s life is more valuable than someone else’s.”
This Congressional screening was held at the U.S. Capitol Visitors Center's Orientation Theater. Hosted on Capitol Hill by the Tom Lantos Human Rights Commission.
The Heart of Nuba will be screened on all seven continents beginning this week in observance of the United Nations Genocide Prevention Day on December 9 and Human Rights Day on December 10. Select screenings will include a virtual reality...
“Never did I think… that he’d have the wherewithal to grab the camera out of his desk drawer when he heard incoming Sukhois and shoot some of the most harrowing footage of the film!”
An adult, a young adult and a child all have the same disease and you have enough medicine to save one. Who do you choose? It’s not a trick question.
Greetings from the bush! Sharing this short clip with you in the hope that you get a kick out of it and...
When Dr. Tom Catena is confronted with a condition or a wound he’s never seen before, he has hours, sometimes...
Ratiba Ibrahim Kodi is one of the Mother of Mercy Hospital’s first nurses. She has treated the ill and patched...
Catena is being honored for his humanitarian efforts — treating a staggering number of diseases, from malaria to brain injuries, since 2008. He will be awarded a Doctorate of Medical Science.
“They had never seen a sponge, much less a syringe. Now there are 200 people on staff, almost all Nuban.”
“Thus far, Sudanese government forces have bombed the facility 11 times. “