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Healthcare in Malawi: HIV, Malaria, and Maternity
In the rural village of Selango, just outside of Lilongwe, we helped to run a mobile clinic. At the clinic, we had screening stations for villagers to shuffle through. One of the final stations was the dispensary where we were providing anti-malarial, and other vital medications. After a few hours, a massive crowd of children had surrounded the walls of the dispensary and were reaching through the holes begging for anything we could give them. I snapped this image from the hip so that I could capture the true expressions of the children.
For two weeks I traveled with a small group through Malawi. We assisted with mobile medical clinics, and toured healthcare infrastructure. Along the way we encountered a number of different stakeholders who are involved with, or adversely affected by some of the most pressing health issues in the small country.
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