In shortly two weeks, I have experienced the effectiveness of the SAHP team. Under this limited duration of stay, I have already been exposed to four different ethnicities, four rarely encountered languages, 3 cultures, countless daily and monthly tasks and a few upcoming health promotional and service projects. There is a saying that “anyone can serve, but not everyone can deliver an effective outcome.” Under the SAHP team in UCN, I have personally witnessed and experienced the key to deliver an effective outcome and that is to localize our communication method in every aspect of our promotional materials. Whether it is a presentation, a leaflet or a newsletter, Dr. Sharmila Gurung often mentions the importance to deliver a comprehensive message – a message that our very own audience is able to receive, understand and eventually practice upon. Beautified dictions and complicated phrases may attract and inspire the managerial positions of the health sector but it will not make direct influence to the population we objectify to impact. As a future public health practitioner, I aim to master the bottom-up approach, understanding the needs and concerns from our own general population prior to our decision making. This is what public health practitioners should place priority in because our goal is not to build ourselves up but to serve and disseminate health into our populations, communities and society.