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Woman waiting to see a doctor in a clinic in the Sundarbans region. The clinic belongs to an association called SHIS and is helped financially by the French writer Dominique Lapierre. The Sundarbans in the Ganges delta is home to nearly 3M people with little or no access to doctors or health facilities. The association SHIS with the help of French writer Dominique Lapierre and his wife Dominique send ferries turned into clinics to remote villages to cure, heal and soothe the poor mostly farmers and fishermen of this area where tuberculosis is still a problem. But it is not the only one... Kodachrome. Story published in the National Geographic France and Mother Jones.