The answer was that in Burundi having a clean bill of health has taken on a very particular meaning: unless and until you have paid for your hospital treatment you simply can't leave you are in effect a captive.
In sharp contrast to the idea that this stage of life is enviable we hear high levels of anxiety about getting old anxieties about health mobility access to facilities simple routine care and attention.
To help the poor to a capacity for action and liberty is something essential for one's own health as well as theirs: there is a needful gift they have to offer which cannot be offered so long as they are confined by poverty.
If there is anything I would do differently in my life it is that I would study business more. I'm trying to teach my daughter Chloe at an early age about investing and money so she's not afraid of it.