The Doctor Beat Support Group was formed to tell the story of a revolution in 3rd world paediatric health care and has produced the provocative documentary “Dr Beat and The Passive Genocide of Children” directed by Janine Hosking.
Kantha Bopha Children's Hospitals – Cambodia
Dr Beat Richner is a Swiss paediatrician who also plays the cello and uses the stage name “Beatocello”. He and his 2600 Cambodian staff at the 5 Kantha Bopha hospitals have turned the conventional approach to 3rd world paediatric health care on its head. Consider these facts:
Dr Beat has waged his war against WHO (World Health Organistion) and the other large AID agencies since 1991. By eliminating corruption and focusing on the sick child rather than some grand plan, he has produced an efficiency that should be replicated throughout the 3rd world.
This is why we have made the film “Dr Beat and the Passive Genocide of Children”, in the hope of banishing from our world the misinformed notion of “poor medical care and poor prevention for poor children in poor countries”.
For more information on the Kantha Bopha hospitals or for donations, please visit the official website at www.beatocello.com
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