Overseas Community Involvement Programmes in Medical School Part 3

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23 Dec 2016 - General

He was extremely glad to have gotten such positive feedback! However, as he surveyed on, he realised that the residents did not hold true to their claims. While the breadwinner of the family was doing the survey, and firmly agreed that he boils his water before drinking it, his children were seen drinking water from a nearby drain directly. My student was extremely disheartened to see this. I suppose, he expected the villagers to be honest about their health habits, so that the committee could know how better to benefit them. But that was not the case.