Snakebite victims don’t live in big cities, but in semi-rural to remote villages. They are farmers, children and homemakers going about the struggles of surviving daily life in locales described simply as ‘raw mother earth’. In reality, city dwellers typically have no idea the people growing their food are living amongst a crisis. Living in remote areas makes getting to treatment difficult. When a victim finally does reach a hospital, many times antivenom isn’t available. A shuffle from hospital to hospital is common. Treatments lead to debt and selling off anything of value.