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May 2019


Health care is key to breaking the cycle of poverty in Lwengo At the moment, if someone gets ill in Lwengo, it affects the whole family. If either parent gets ill so can’t work, the whole family loses their income. Often children are required to work in place of their parents, which stops them from going to school. This will then starve the next generation of opportunities education provides. They’ll lose out in the same way as their parents. Access to affordable healthcare is a vital part of breaking this cycle. Health care in Lwengo today Six medical doctors serve a population of 270,000 people. In Hackney, 150+ doctors serve...
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