Rickshaw Puller Starts Clinic for the Poor

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June 14, 2012

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Rickshaw Puller Starts Clinic for the Poor

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Rickshaw Puller Starts Clinic for the Poor

Joynal Abedin still remembers the rainy and windy night when he saw his father die because there was no medical treatment. His village in a northern district of Bangladesh did not have any medical facility at the time, and the nearest hospital was about 12 miles away. The death of his father, about 30 years ago, changed the life of Abedin, a rickshaw puller. He vowed to establish a basic medical centre in his village to save the impoverished from untimely deaths. { read more }

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