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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. What is defined as a benefit to the people, from the Haitian government in 2000?
(a) The people have more health clinics.
(b) The country has a strong internal structure.
(c) The people are free of terror.
(d) The country has a new source of income.
2. What does Paul Farmer begin to do in the late 1990s, according to A Light Month for Travel?
(a) Spend more time with his family.
(b) Speak and teach.
(c) Visit Washington, DC monthly.
(d) Train a successor.
3. How did the two AIDS quarantines mentioned in the book affect the spread of this disease?
(a) Neither one stopped the spread of the disease.
(b) Only the facility in Cuba showed success in stopping the spread of AIDS.
(c) Only the facility in Haiti showed success in stopping the spread of AIDS.
(d) Both show about 50% success rates in stopping the spread of AIDS.
4. What does Paul Farmer write to Tracy Kidder in regards to the blood bank in Cange?
(a) This is the type of bank that supports humanity.
(b) There will be no more weeping over blood.
(c) It is the result of a dream partnership.
(d) Lifeblood has finally arrived.
5. What type of doctors does Paul Farmer says he wants to work at his clinic in A Light Month for Travel?
(a) Women and minorities.
(b) Indigenous Haitians.
(c) People less driven than himself.
(d) People as driven as himself.
6. What belief does the author say Paul Farmer instills in people?
(a) A belief that we are all connected.
(b) A united belief that something better is possible.
(c) A belief that money corrupts.
(d) A belief in their obligation and ability.
7. What does Paul Farmer say the world needs to care less about in order to create successes like those in Haiti?
(a) Finances and politics.
(b) Power and on-up-man-ship.
(c) Wealth and designer clothes.
(d) Hollywood and the policital machine.
8. What are PIHers?
(a) Patients at Zanmi Lasante.
(b) Financial contributors to PIH.
(c) Staff who work for Paul.
(d) Those who believe in the PIH mission.
9. It's stated, in the O to the P, that some people thought that Paul Farmer was . . .
(a) Fastidious with funding.
(b) Impractical with money.
(c) Reckless with financial funds.
(d) Oblivious to money matters.
10. With what entity does the Russian branch of PIH negotiate a loan?
(a) The Gates Foundation.
(b) The World Health Organization.
(c) The Bank of Boston.
(d) The World Bank.
11. What is the outcome for the patient named John that Paul Farmer refers for treatment in the O for the P?
(a) He lives for several more years.
(b) He receives treatment at the last possible moment.
(c) He dies.
(d) He lives to become an old man and a staff member at Zanmi Lasante.
12. How is Zanmi Lasante described in O to the P?
(a) Exceptional in its care.
(b) A nuetral zone amidst the strife.
(c) Tormented and bullied by the government.
(d) Struggling to pay its bills.
13. Where does the US military detain infected Haitians in an effort to stop the spread of AIDS?
(b) The Artibonte Hospital.
(c) Zanmi Lasante.
(d) The prison in Port-au-Prince.
14. Who helps a group of Cangeois to draft a petition for electricity to President Aristide?
(a) Serena Koenig.
(b) Didi Farmer.
(c) Ti Fifi.
(d) Tracy Kidder.
15. Why did the passenger truck from Lascahobas to the nearest city stop making its runs?
(a) Lack of gas.
(b) Lack of passengers.
(c) Danger from guerillas.
(d) Lack of funding.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who is the project director of the Russian TB project?
2. What does Paul Farmer send to all financial contributors to Partners in Health?
3. Who does the new director of the World Health Organization ask to serve as his senior advisor in 2003?
4. How much money does Paul Farmer borrow to pay for the 2002 expansion while waiting for the Global Fund money to arrive?
5. What is true of Paul and Jim in the beginning of the A Light Month for Travel section?
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