The succesful cooperation

By Cesaria, IT
China UNlimited___

From Rome to Beijing there are 8075.26 kilometres.

China has a territory of 9 596 691km2 big, Italian land has an extension of 301.338km2.

Two countries apart two, so different their stile of life.

China have faced and is stll facing enormous problems growing bigger as the time goes on.

With the ‘disappearing’ of the Medical Cooperative Rural scheme chinese people in countryside up to 2002 found theirselves deprivated of a service Chairmain Mao established to serve the basic needs of peasants.

Two are the mean problems of the wrong distribution of health services.First of all, not anyone can have proper medication, because they can’t afford to pay the high fees. China is continuously using a pay to go system to make recovered people pay physicians and doctors(a duty the Government should be responsible of).

On the other hand, the service provided is not always so good to heal the patient. There’s a kind of custom in the new Chinese sanitary system to directly make people pay the majority of the cost of the treatments, as there’s an habit among Chinese pharmaceutical houses to distribute more money to doctors who will use the most their products. This is why the majority of countryside people can’t afford to spend so much money on treatments perhaps useless in the end. The goverment of The People’s Republic of China is striving every day to make the system correct (with the launch of the New Health Reform System of 2009), and abolish all the useless surgeries and treatments.

In Italy there exists one of the most envided health system in the world: ill people go to hospital paying a fair price to have their medications or treatments;

In Italy there are high skilled people and high IT devices to make hospitals cozy and efficient.

In Italy we think health is one of the most precious gift,to keep in custody.

Letting these two rich countries improve their relationships could be a benefith for both of them. Improving the Chinese Hospital Information System with the help of Italian Knowledge could bring to double advantages.

Italians and Chinese are far more similar than they think: Italian people too is getting more and more older,italian sons and daugthers have a strong sense of 孝(filial piety), we both have our strong and eradicated culture. Both countries are surrounded by a mistical and breathtaking natural environment.

One thing thi country can help 中国大陆 to improve is, beside the care for health system, the attention for that fantastic natural environment, that astonishing mountains and the huge Yangtze and Huanghe.

Italian have the duty to collaborate with Chinese to improve the quality of life in countryside. In Italy we still pay strong attention to it. We valorize every single culture, every single olive tree, every single vine.

With the help of the European Union and Italy too, where an olive tree has a story centuries long, China can valorize again the utility of her country, soil, plants, water, and improve quality of life of people still attached to it.

There is the need to make people so distant from big cities still count on 农村五保供养(Five Guarantees System).

The Chinese Government would be pleased to have the help of some other country so far away but so similar, to make every single peasant, man, woman or child (with or without 户口) have the right access to a dignitous health and wealth insurance programm.

Big metropolis inhabitants need to discover again the importance of people living to keep alive nature, and valorize them; because they carry in the hands the future of a nation who can still fight for its purity and integrity.

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