The last thing you’d expect to see on a Chinese street is a medical clinic.
But that’s what happened on Friday when a team of volunteers arrived to provide medical treatment to a community that had been living in poverty.
The volunteers were there to help out a local family, who was suffering from malaria and a serious eye infection.
But they also provided an unexpected opportunity for local volunteers to visit an area where the disease has been rampant for the past few years.
“We saw this house,” said one of the volunteers.
“It was completely deserted.
We thought it was abandoned.
There were no houses here.”
“They were just standing here,” he added.
“This is a house that used to belong to my family.
We came and went.
They took our shoes and socks and brought us food.”
The volunteers came back the next day with the first shipment of supplies for a local food bank.
“I think this is the first time that I have seen people doing something like this,” said the local volunteer, who didn’t want to give his name.
“People are really happy and the people in this community are really caring and helping each other.”
He said that the volunteers were the first to treat the malaria-affected community in the area.
The village had previously been plagued by malaria in the past, but the villagers had decided to stop using the drug that was being used in the village.
They decided to try to use the new medication and to test it for the first.
“The whole community came to this village, and they were really happy to see us,” he said.
“They came here to give us this medicine, and now we are giving it to them.”
They were given a medicine that has been developed for the treatment of malaria in China, and the team is now waiting for a patient who is willing to donate it.
“Everyone here has to take this medicine,” said Zhi, one of those volunteers.
The team is waiting for the patient to donate the medicine, but Zhi has already taken it.
As for the community who has been struggling to survive on a shoestring budget, the volunteers came in their own way.
“These people were not from a rich family,” said an elderly resident of the village, who did not want to be named.
“But they were able to afford medicine and medicines for the other people here.”
But the community was also suffering from a lack of access to healthcare.
“No one knew what to do,” he continued.
“A lot of people here are in their late 40s or 50s, and there are no doctors.
They are suffering, and I think the government should give more resources to help these people.”
“We need to get more money for the people,” he concluded.
“And we also need to help the children who are not able to attend school.”
“This medicine is so important to them, and it has a big effect on their health,” he stressed.
The local community is now in a better position than before.
They have now had the opportunity to test the medicine.
And they have been able to bring in some of the medicine for themselves.
But there are some issues still to be addressed.
“There are still many problems that need to be resolved,” said Dr. Zhu, one the team of medical volunteers.
He said the patients have been given an injection that has the drug, but there are still a few days left until the next shipment of the drug arrives.
“In the meantime, we need to see what happens with the patient,” he explained.
“If it’s good, then we will start taking the medicine again, but if not, we will see what can be done.”
The villagers are hoping that the medicine will have an immediate effect.
“Our family is struggling with malaria, so this medicine has helped us,” said a woman who did a lot of shopping in the local market.
“My daughter is studying and she is doing well, and her school is now starting again.
We can’t wait any longer for the medicine.”
“It is very important that we get more medicines, and we need the help of the government to help us to do that,” she added.
The community has been trying to raise funds to help them get the medicine and they are hoping to do so soon.
The charity that provided the medicine has been contacted for comment.
[Image source: YouTube/Caiyun Yu] [Video source: Al Jazeera] “We’re trying to gather money for other people, to get medicines for their families, so we can be ready for a better life when the medicine is ready,” the elderly woman said.
The elderly woman has already donated $25 to the local charity, and said that she would be donating more if she could.
“Before, I would have given money to the charity, but now I can’t,” she said.
[Images source: Reddit/caiyu_yu] The villagers were also able to get the help from the