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The film looks beyond the obvious progress in matters of health and shows how people live their lives in some developing countries, accepting disease and misery as part of their daily existence. It shows some of the challenges that have to be faced to make the aim of WHO "Health for all by the year 2000", a reality in the world. From the burning desert in Sudan to the swamps of Leyte island, from leprosy in Bangladesh to malaria in Malasya, from traditional faith healing medicine in Zambia to primary health centres in Cuba, the film shows the plight of ordinary people who deserve better
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