“I was pretty scared because I didn't know what would happen,” said dr. David Williams about his ‘first time’. “My last snakebite had to kill, but because we are a medical noodkit had with us, we could do something about it.” According to Williams, most victims of snake bites unfortunately it is not that life-saving luxury”.
For WHO are snake bites “perhaps the world's largest hidden health problem”. Every four minutes dies someone have a bite of a snake, while hundreds of thousands of others left with serious deformities and amputations. Especially poverty-stricken inhabitants of the most impoverished areas in Africa, Asia and Latin America are very fragile. A lot of farmers are risking their daily life by simply their fields to go to edit where deadly snakes lurk. Often children are the victim.