Forsaken illnesses, still

vickylass By vickylass, 16th Feb 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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We had thought we had beaten these illnesses, but it happens that they still exist and this hospital lacks funds to continue their work.

Forsaken illnesses, still

When we thought we'd progressed a great deal because man had reached to the moon or we can communicate at lightening speed, here comes a piece of news that tell us that we haven't progressed this much as there're still people suffering and dying from illnesses that we, in the developed world, had thought they had been beaten.
_Severe malnutrition.
_Aids or the one we had known through texts of the Bible known as leprosy.

It is from these forsaken illnesses that the people in the Rural Hospital of Gambon are suffering from and it's likely they'll die because of them because this hospital has a serious problem of funds.
The UN have a project on the issue for the new Milennium, but as it happens with all the social projects from such puppet organization, they'll arrive to the people that need them most late or they will never arrive to help them overcome their illnesses.
The rural hospital of Gambon is in a remote corner 2,180 metres above sea level and at a short distance from Lephis town, which is not far from the capital city Abbis Abeba. Here the patients are waiting for cure or death.
TB, they told us, was a disease that occurred because of war and sheer poverty when people didn't have much to eat and they lived in unhygenic conditions. Then, living conditions improved and we seemed to have beaten this disease.
It can't be acceptable that at this time and age people are dying from severe malnutrition in parts of the world. I'm not in favour of charity that in the long run sorts out nothing, but I'm more for teaching people to fish as the Bible says.
Since Aids came up, many of us were told that this is a disease to be suffered by homosexuals, lesbians and drug addicts. Yet, we don't know much about this virus and how it happened to come and to settle in our lives.
Isn't about time that such a disease as leprosy should have been beaten?
The UN will never do anything worthwhile to really help the needy whether in sickness or hunger, because it's a puppet organization. Too many long sessions in that Assembly to sort out nothing.
No funds to help this hospital? Of course, there is money, but it's only that is used to favour the interests of a tiny minority of the world population such as the arms trade worldwide.

(C) Copyright. Vicky Pino. February 16th 2015.


Aids, Funds, Hospital, Malnutrition

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