Normally one breathes at about 12-14 times a minute. If you breathe at 30 times a minute, that’s once every two seconds [breathes audibly]. That’s, that’s a lot. We got a call that there was a very sick patient. So we get to this guy’s village, and we go in, and literally, this man was a skeleton. He was breathing at about 30 times a minute. He had two consumptive diseases, HIV and TB. This man is emblematic of what’s happening all over Africa, and certainly all over southern Africa. These are people that without proper care, just die. They die breathing 30 times a minute, gasping for air. And if we can actually get them proper treatment, and actually get them to the hospital, get him nutrition, get him clean water, people live. This is what we’re trying to do in this program. If you look at it in its most basic way, it’s about preserving human dignity, giving everyone a right to life. Giving everyone a right to health. Treating everyone equally. This man deserves care just like the person living in Maseru, just like the person who lives near a big hospital in South Africa. All of these people deserve the same standard of care. So, I heard from him the other day that this guy’s doing really well. And he’s gone back to his family.