Elders teach health and hygiene with “child doctors”
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Children in Alice Spring as young as eight years of age are being trained by Elder to be so-called "child doctors" under a unique project to teach them about basic health and hygiene.
The project's co-ordinators said a similar scheme in Indonesia helped prevent an outbreak of cholera after the 2004 tsunami.
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