Growing up in the Gambia in West Africa, Nadia Drammeh always knew she wanted to be a nurse. "My auntie was a nurse," she says. "I used to go to the clinic and see the way she works. I told her, 'I really want to be a nurse in the future!' So I've loved this job since when I was a child."
The 27-year-old graduated from nursing school in 2012 and has been a nurse ever since.
She now works at the Brufut health clinic just outside the Gambian capital of Banjul.
It's a modest government clinic housed in a cluster of single-story cement buildings.