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This test consists of 15 multiple choice questions and 5 short answer questions.
Multiple Choice Questions
1. In the O to the P it is said that Paul Farmer was conscious of corporate etiquette but . . .
(a) He wasn't very good at playing that game.
(b) He didn't care about it.
(c) He despised corporate niceties.
(d) He wasn't paralyzed by it.
2. According to the book, what is true of the individual Haitians that were detained by the US military?
(a) Over half of the surviving patients volunteered at Zanmi Lasante.
(b) They were treated well and Paul was allowed to treat them regularly.
(c) Sister Juliana DeWolf set up a school and clinic to serve them.
(d) They were fed poorly, forced into long lasting contraceptive use, and beaten.
3. Where are the two characters in Mountains Beyond Mountains headed at the end of the story?
(a) To a medical conference in Russia.
(b) On an eleven hour journey to visit patients.
(c) To France.
(d) To an operating room in Zanmi Lasante.
4. What reason is given for the intensity of the Russian TB outbreak?
(a) Lack of electricity in rural areas.
(b) Backlogged prison systems.
(c) Lack of running water.
(d) Dilapadated housing.
5. How many chronic patients are either cured or in treatment due to the second line antibiotics that are made available to Peru and other locations in 2002?
6. What are the twin pandemics referred to in the Afterword of Mountains Beyond Mountains?
(a) Tueberculosis and dysentry.
(b) AIDS and HIV.
(c) Tuberculosis and MDR-TB.
(d) AIDS and tuberculosis.
7. What does Paul Farmer do when he has a case that is too complicated or outside of his specialty?
(a) He flies Dr. Flickinger in from Boston.
(b) He flies patients to Boston for treatment.
(c) He flies patients to Peru for treatment.
(d) He flies Dr. Ramirez in from Peru.
8. What does Jim Yong Kim say will define the moral standing of his generation?
(a) The world's response to poverty.
(b) The world's ability to share its resources.
(c) The world's response to AIDS and TB.
(d) This generation's ability to inspire its youth.
9. How does Serena Koenig describe the Lascahobas situation?
(a) A nightmare.
(b) Disaster waiting to happen.
(c) A pocket of organization amidst chaos.
(d) A dream come true.
10. Who is Serena Koenig?
(a) A member of the Lascahobas team.
(b) A lawyer from the Gates Foundation.
(c) A doctor with Doctors without Borders.
(d) A missionary from South Carolina.
11. What is Lascahobas?
(a) A settlement north of Lima.
(b) A prison outside of Lima.
(c) A settlement north of Cange.
(d) A prison outside of Cange.
12. According to the author, what would Paul Farmer have thought of Jim Young Kim's action at the banquet in Russia?
(a) He would have been embarrassed.
(b) He would have been proud.
(c) He would have been angry.
(d) He would have done the same thing.
13. What does Paul Farmer say the world needs to care less about in order to create successes like those in Haiti?
(a) Power and on-up-man-ship.
(b) Finances and politics.
(c) Hollywood and the policital machine.
(d) Wealth and designer clothes.
14. When Jim Yong Kim travels to Russia, what does he do at the banquet?
(a) Vomits in public.
(b) Raises the needed funds.
(c) Meets the ruler of Russia.
(d) Leads karaoke.
15. Who is Jorge Perez?
(a) A Catholic Priest.
(b) A friend that helps with the cost of medication.
(c) A man who works with Jim Yong Kim in Peru.
(d) The Haitian President.
Short Answer Questions
1. Who does Paul Farmer say that the women of Haiti caught HIV from?
2. What resulted from the case of John that is told in the O for the P?
3. Whose pictures does Paul Farmer carry in his wallet?
4. With what entity does the Russian branch of PIH negotiate a loan?
5. What does the book say Paul Farmer earned a reputation for by the late 1990s?
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