Being able to see the child early meant we could explain to his father how best to nurse him back to health, and provide him with some medication to keep the fever at bay.
The indigenous Adivaashi people are looking back on a very rough existence as hunter-gatherers. Even though they are open to the idea of agriculture, they, and the resettled Bengali refugees in the area find it hard to grow consistent crops because of the scant landscape.
Local people have grown to be hardy, and are often open for new ideas to make more of their means.
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