Dokte Paul, pages 1-44
• The author, Tracy Kidder, and Paul Farmer meet in Haiti in 1994.
• In 1999 Paul, working as a an infectious disease specialist in Boston, invites Kidder to Haiti.
• Kidder tours Zanmi Lasante and learns about malnutrition and tuberculosis.
• Paul performs a study to prove that malnutrition affects tuberculosis treatment.
• Kidder learns that the Peligre Dam is to blame for much of the poverty in Cange.
The Tin Roofs of Cange, pages 45-122
• Paul grows up with his parents, sibling, and a transient lifestyle..
• Paul attends Duke University and studies anthropology and medicine in France.
• Paul meets Ophelia Dahl while working at Eye Care Haiti.
• Pere Lafontant brings Paul to Cange.
• Paul attends Harvard Medical School.
• Paul builds a clinic in Cange and creates Partners in Health.
• Ophelia's father funds Kay Epin.
• The Haitian Army rules the country and Paul is denied entry in 1991.
Medicos Aventureros, pages 123-178
This section contains 375 words
(approx. 2 pages at 300 words per page)