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A community health worker in a poor area of Ho Chi Minh City.


Image and caption by Jens Gould, via Instagram. Vietnam, 2014.

David Rochkind and Jens Gould reporting from Vietnam on TB budget gaps for their Pulitzer Center sponsored project “The Price of Health.”
23 of April, 2014

pulitzerfieldnotes:

A community health worker in a poor area of Ho Chi Minh City.

Image and caption by Jens Gould, via Instagram. Vietnam, 2014.

David Rochkind and Jens Gould reporting from Vietnam on TB budget gaps for their Pulitzer Center sponsored project “The Price of Health.”

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"My problem with people today is that they give up so easy. It’s not that you can’t give up, it’s that they do it so easily. They walk away so easily. They divorce themselves from the chance to have a life long relationship so quickly. And they seem so quick to bond with people that they don’t know without putting the investment in the people that you do know to make something lasting and meaningful. You got friends on Facebook. You got people liking you and following you who don’t know you. You got all of this phony, pretentious facade of intimate relationship. And my question in my heart is, “Why are we so committed to that that is synthetic and disengage so quickly to that that is organic?”"

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The greatest prison people live in, is the fear of what other people think. - #beyourself | Sarah made this with Spoken.ly
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Some Words Are Up To No Good, Even If They Seem Harmless. Think It's Time To Get Rid Of These?


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