It's an alarming figure: One qualified doctor for every 5000 people in Cambodia, which is one of the lowest ratios in the world. It's no wonder that poor people must turn to unqualified and unlicensed "healers" to get any hope of care.
And with an entire village getting infected with HIV, it's a tragic situation.
Of course, the situation is more complex than this. Even if there were more physicians, could the poor people afford to get proper treatment? What role should the government have in making sure that its people get treated? Should there be an accelerated program through university to produce more healthcare workers?