Life in the developing world is not like life here in the USA. Here's one example...
Morgues are in competition with each other for 'jobs'. That means this : Whenever someone dies, each morgue wants to get that job. To get the job, you gotta be there first.
In our area, morgues have launched a program where they reward the first person who calls them in the event of a death. It might be a family member, a neighbor, or a passer-by. If they hear about a death, they'll send the hearse out quickly. If they get the job, the caller gets a reward.
It makes for incredibly awkward situations. Our town experienced one last year...
A lady was sick, and not doing well at all. People from the church were called to pray with her. While they were praying for healing, a hearse was circling in the area. They saw the hearse. They found out it was there for a 'job'. One problem, the lady did not die that day. She lived for weeks after that.
Apparently a neighbor was looking for the reward for being the first to call the morgue, and he jumped the gun slightly.
Life in the developing world!
Missionary in Haiti.