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Etae Munemoa at her restaurant

Gweshe, Zimbabwe. November, 2012. -- Etae Munemoa is a single mother and restaurant owner. She also has skin cancer on her legs. -- In August 2012, the Salvation Army transfer Dr Paul Thistle, a Canadian doctor, to Canada after 17 years as the chief medical officer of the Howard Hospital, a Salvation Army mission hospital in rural Zimbabwe. The transfer leads to violence and later despair as he is not replaced. The community believes they are in a worse health care situation because of the Salvation Army decision.

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ZIMBABWE: Air Pies and Sun Crushes, volume 2, ZIMBABWE, Glendale: They Want Their Doctor Back--the Howard Hospital Crisis
Gweshe, Zimbabwe. November, 2012. -- Etae Munemoa is a single mother and restaurant owner. She also has skin cancer on her legs. -- In August 2012, the Salvation Army transfer Dr Paul Thistle, a Canadian doctor, to Canada after 17 years as the chief medical officer of the Howard Hospital, a Salvation Army mission hospital in rural Zimbabwe. The transfer leads to violence and later despair as he is not replaced. The community believes they are in a worse health care situation because of the Salvation Army decision.