This video by the Short Term International Medical Missions Abroad is a short interview with a Zimbabwean woman whose sister had just given birth.

They made a 3-hour trip to receive treatment at Howard Hospital in Chiweshe (Mashonaland Central). For over 16 years, Dr. Paul Thistle and his medical team have provided advanced medical care in rural Zimbabwe. It is this care that draws villagers from all over the province, many from several hours away.

The typical fee to be seen in the hospital is USD2. Often patients do not have enough to pay, but they are never refused treatment. 

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