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Radka is one of the first Czech collaborators of Médecins Sans Frontières. She started her first mission to Armenia in 2005 and worked there on a project to treat HIV patients. In Kenya she was a member of a mobile team that provided health care in the IDP camps and remote locations.
She worked in a hospital in Sri Lanka, serving mainly internally displaced people living in a nearby refugee camp. In South Sudan, she was in charge of managing the entire hospital. She graduated in General Medicine at the First Faculty of Medicine of Charles University, Prague, and now works as an intern at the General Faculty Hospital in Prague. She is also a board member of MSF.