RDI is heavily involved in teaching rural villagers basic health concepts. During the early and mid 1900’s Cambodia was one of the progressive countries in south east Asia. Sadly, after the Pol Pot regime left the country in ruins, the country as been slow to recover. One of the direct side effects of the travesties that occurred in the late seventies was the sheer lack of educational infrastructure. A whole generation of teachers, intellectuals, artists, and educated people were wiped out. As a result, basic medical understanding is severely lacking in rural AND urban areas.
- Our medical workers are currently educating through school presentations.
- Medical assistance to rural people is also extended in our communities we live and work in. Home visits are common, and new opportunities to meet needs are continually coming to our attention.
- Visiting teams of medical volunteers are welcomed to help in this branch of our