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Culture Clash Essay Everywhere that you will go in the world you will come across people that do not have access to adequate health care The people that live in these situations are no better than you or I They are being victimized for where they live and that is something that is just not acceptable We must come up of a way to make sure everyone has access to good health care In rural areas all over the world there is the least amount of health care There are major health organizations in the main cities but in the lesser-developed areas people cant get the treatment that their bodies require These people are living with a lower quality of life and they cant even help it Africa is one place in the world where the people in rural areas have little to no health care The people that live in those places have to travel great distances in order to get the treatment that they need and many people cant make the journey If health care were offered in these areas the people would be a lot better off The answer to these problems is actually quite simple Currently in South Africa there is a program called the Phelophepa Health Care Train that has treated more than 234000 patients since its inception in 1994 Transnets Health Care Train consists of more than 15000 kilometers of railway tracks which boxcars travel on to all the rural areas in South Africa The main goal for this operation is that when the boxcar reaches a community they screen and give out health education for free to all individuals that wish to be there They also give out meals to the people who cannot afford food for themselves If a person were in need of more serious medical assistance they would just hop aboard and get a ride on the train for free to the nearest
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