They are human beings, they need help, they are in trouble. Why is nobody reaching for them?
수요일, 7월 04, 2018
What is the largest impact Dr. Gupta had on Bangladesh? To me, Dr. Gupta’s greatest achievement was certainly the introduction of tilapia. Bangladesh is unique in South Asia in that the Bangladesh government understood the introduction of this species and accepted it. Currently, in the neighbors of Bangladesh, this fish is banned because of misconceptions. But Bangladesh understood the science behind it, as Dr. Gupta explained, and was accepting of this fish. This is the fourth most consumed fish in Bangladesh now.
If you consider the right to healthcare as a basic human right that belongs to every human being, then why not in Africa? The best way to demonstrate and to show that we are considering African people equal to us is to share with them our medical technology, our medical knowledge, and to demonstrate that we do not discriminate. The right of African people to healthcare cannot be confined to a few antibiotics.
Just looking at the coconut tree... Before, the grass was here, and all those things... The land was coming here... This part must have been probably up to... This place, we had grass. But now you can see the bottom is there, and the tree is almost about to fall down. This tree has fallen down. So, in another 5~6 years, all these trees will be gone. All these trees will be gone, and probably all those areas will also come under the sea.
If you could not help yourself, how could you help others? You can’t. You cannot be of service to others.