NHS midwife Anna Kent’s life has been changed as a result of her humanitarian work. Here, the 41-year-old - who lives in Weymouth with daughter Aisha, six - opens up to OK!
about helping others and suffering her own tragedy. "It’s 2007 in South Sudan. A 16-year-old girl named Grace* is whisked to theatre.
She has just delivered triplets naturally – something almost unheard of in the UK. Her thin legs stick outwards as I shuffle alongside, my fist in her birth canal to stop her bleeding to death.
An hour later, Grace emerges from surgery after a complete hysterectomy. I watch her walk home in the blistering 50°C heat with a basket of woolly hatted triplets balanced on her head.Read more on ok.co.uk