Hope in Hell: Inside the World of Doctors Without Borders : Founded by a rebellious group of French doctors in 1971, Doctors Without Borders sends more than 3,000 volunteers annually to conflict zones, refugee camps and anywhere else in the world where medical care is desperately needed. Volunteers often work in poor and dangerous places, and the experience changes all of them. Some are traumatized, kidnapped, even murdered. Many watch their idealism become disillusionment, their friends become strangers. Others feed on the adventure, fall in love, or find the family they never had. Based on personal stories - collected form field visits and interviews - Hope in Hell reveals the human face of the most respected aid organization in the world.