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Mobile Clinics Bring Health Care to South Africa Countrysidei
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November 12, 2013 7:29 PM
South Africa has a serious lack of healthcare facilities in rural areas. In many cases, people must walk for kilometers to reach the closest clinic. But some new solar-powered mobile clinics are changing that. Emilie Iob followed one of the clinic trucks and reports for VOA.

Mobile Clinics Bring Health Care to South Africa Countryside

Published November 12, 2013

South Africa has a serious lack of healthcare facilities in rural areas. In many cases, people must walk for kilometers to reach the closest clinic. But some new solar-powered mobile clinics are changing that. Emilie Iob followed one of the clinic trucks and reports for VOA.


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