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That -- -- -- here since 2000.
What if anything this is different combat them because places that you things come out of public office.
And really gotten a chance to see much.
This system here -- if it's hard when you First Amendment imminently.
We have a couple weeks of it's.
From what I've seen from the assessment day we didn't see a lot of -- -- The really really drastic things that we often -- an assessment they didn't see -- too many of them really huge tumors.
Just things like got so.
I'm expecting to see more in the country screenings and you know rumor -- deeper into the into the country -- -- To me that indicates that days -- days a bit of a better system going on and there's there's more access to fire people are able to.
To get help in some way but then on the other hand we had more people show up at this assessment in Africa before.
So it and I imagine they need is they need is huge.
Yet right it's 7000 people from there and I thought these through a lot of it now and there is one major difference for you this time -- and other screenings if it isn't the first time that you get a screening as a mom.
And when a ticket to describe about my.
I didn't not know how -- it's going to be I didn't I didn't know I was gonna change things.
Cell lines and in it and it seems so cliche to say becoming a mother changed -- -- It honestly it changed my entire perspective on the whole process for.
Before it was.
You know I -- Yasser saying no and then I move onto the next one every single time -- mum brought me their child acts on my own child.
And I saw myself in her eyes and I thought.
You know -- you see your whole future and your whole life -- and this could be me.
And I can beat her and she could be me and the only reason that I was standing where I was and she was where she lives because of where we are born.
And so often.
That's what makes the difference between life and death is where you're born and that's.
If it's so unfair.
And it's something that that keeps me going here.
I think it would tell them that they were good moms and they weren't playing and that is something I've learned over time or was that -- -- -- That you would say to them.
We see we see a lot of time that.
The mother is.
Is held responsible by the village by the father die by the family or whatever is wrong that she's considered her she's considered damaged because she's.
Produced -- damaged child.
You know I I told months before -- this isn't your fault this time.
I know how it feels when my child falls down and scrapes and I cannot imagine -- -- Just the wrenching.
Constant pain of knowing that.
That you have a child at this and even if it's not your fault you blame yourself as a mother make it gets a cold and I think that I've I've blown it in the biggest way possible and so.
Just having someone.
I don't know my words carry when he I don't know if I'm gonna change anything bad I want that minor.
To hear from as many people in the world.
That this is not her -- I want her to be affirmed.
From as many angles as possible and so if if I'm indeed the only line or one of the thousands.
Iman SP got an amnesty that in her life.
They also had to say -- -- a lot of people to go through to receive it out there and what about that joy that you feel and see reflected in there that's.
There's nothing that compares that when you see a kid when you see a patient come on who you know.
We are going to be able to house.
I see a child with a cleft lip and I can see that entire course of this day I know exactly what's gonna happen when -- -- -- -- the surgeon I know what's gonna happen on the boards.
And I have seen the mother's yeah.
So many times when she sees her child and first.
With fat lip and no longer broken and I seen the transformation -- it makes in the Stanley and community.
And so being being the first line and being able to think yes it's saying yes to -- -- -- And -- anybody watching that thinks wow what an experience.
I would love to do something like that bucks.
How do you help -- their race that.
There there is no that we we can use everyone's so a lot of people say well I don't have the -- skills I don't.
-- you know I'm I'm I'm this I'm not a got trapped.
Parents while we need bankers and post office workers and very extensive and went coast -- we need every line.
So don't let it be -- I don't have the right skills that's that's off the table.
And if you wonder whether or not he can handle it whether or -- either cut out for this.
Look at the person next to fat person deserves your room today did they deserve to be told that they -- even -- the answer is yes.
Then come over here -- -- the next person.
It's the same holds true for every single person in the world every one is born you have moments.
-- deserves to be told.
And so I think.
If you can if you can tell the person standing next to you on the bus that -- come over and and joining us and -- someone over here.
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