Kenya's boat doctors provide treatment to coastal communities

In many parts of the world, doctors will usually get in their car if they need to visit patients. But in small coastal communities in Kenya, doctors and dentists are reaching those in need in a more traditional way.

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    In many parts of the world, doctors will usually get in their car if they need to visit patients.

    But in small coastal communities in Kenya, doctors and dentists are reaching those in need in a more traditional way.

    Al Jazeera's Fahmida Miller reports from Pate Island.


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