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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. According to the Afterword, how many HIV patients does Zanmi Lasante's staff care for?
(a) More than 10,000.
(b) More than 3,000.
(c) 50 a day.
(d) 300 a day.
2. What countries does Paul Farmer approach for assistance with the doctors and money he needs in A Light Month for Travel?
(a) Cuba and France.
(b) The United States and Peru.
(c) Cuba and Peru.
(d) France and the United States.
3. Where does Paul Farmer plan to start his expansion in 2002?
(a) The southern provinces.
(b) The northern city limit.
(c) The central plateau.
(d) The inner city.
4. What three things does Paul Farmer say are co-infectious in his second lecture in Cuba?
(a) Poverty, inequality, and poor health.
(b) Wealth, poverty, and tuberculosis.
(c) Infectious disease, poor diet, and polluted water.
(d) Wealth, ignorance, and success.
5. What does Paul Farmer write to Tracy Kidder in regards to the blood bank in Cange?
(a) There will be no more weeping over blood.
(b) This is the type of bank that supports humanity.
(c) Lifeblood has finally arrived.
(d) It is the result of a dream partnership.
6. Who gives the Russian Ministry of Health a $150 million dollar loan to fight the tuberculosis epidemic in 2002?
(a) The Bank of Boston.
(b) The World Bank.
(c) Tom White.
(d) The Central Bank of the Russian Federation.
7. Why does Paul Farmer travel light when he flies?
(a) To avoid stress to his shoulder.
(b) He keeps all the clothes he needs in both Boston and Cange.
(c) To bring needed items and gifts.
(d) To avoid waiting for luggage.
8. How does Paul Farmer channel his anger, according to Tracy Kidder?
(a) With productivity and healing.
(b) With meditation.
(c) With long walks to neighboring villages.
(d) With karaoke.
9. After "beefing up" what is true of the Lascahobas facility?
(a) It holds 200-300 prisoners.
(b) It is used as an education facility for local residents.
(c) It treats 200-300 patients a day.
(d) It costs $1,000 per day to maintain.
10. How does Paul Farmer feel about his rotations at Brigham and Women's Hospital?
(a) They are intellectually stimulating.
(b) They are a waste of time that could be spent in Haiti.
(c) They are useful to help him refuel.
(d) They are a necessary evil.
11. What are PIHers?
(a) Patients at Zanmi Lasante.
(b) Staff who work for Paul.
(c) Those who believe in the PIH mission.
(d) Financial contributors to PIH.
12. What organization controls the flow of antibiotics to Peru and other places in 2002?
(a) The Red Cross.
(b) Partners in Health.
(c) The Green Light Committee.
(d) The Gates Foundation.
13. How does Serena Koenig describe the Lascahobas situation?
(a) Disaster waiting to happen.
(b) A dream come true.
(c) A nightmare.
(d) A pocket of organization amidst chaos.
14. What belief does the author say Paul Farmer instills in people?
(a) A belief that money corrupts.
(b) A belief that we are all connected.
(c) A united belief that something better is possible.
(d) A belief in their obligation and ability.
15. What does Paul Farmer say is more important than clean clothes during the time he travels frequently in the late 1990s?
(a) Fresh food.
(b) A good book.
(d) Fresh underwear.
Short Answer Questions
1. What is one symptom of Haiti's problems in 2000?
2. When the patient named John is referred by Paul Farmer and sent for treatment, what disease does he have?
3. How is Zanmi Lasante described in O to the P?
4. What does Jim Yong Kim say will define the moral standing of his generation?
5. It's stated, in the O to the P, that some people thought that Paul Farmer was . . .
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