The Phelophepa Train of Hope
The Phelophepa Cause is nothing short of a miracle for some. The two unique Trains utilize the rail infrastructure in South Africa, to deliver vital health care to under-served areas.
With over 40 permanent staff and numerous volunteers, the train is more than a mobile hospital, it provides out-reach and educational programs and has thus far helped 14.5 million people and delivered over 500,000 pairs of eye-glasses since it rolled out in 1994.
It is a fantastic cause, is international recognized and has been nick-named by the people it serves, as the “Train of Hope”
The Famous Phelophepa Train…
— Bill Clinton —
Former US President
“By delivering quality medical services, education and outreach programs to the “poorest of the poor” in South Africa’s remote areas, The Phelophepa Train acts on principles to which you, Desmond Tutu, have devoted your entire life”
— Desmond Tutu —
“We sincerely salute your continued compassion and genuine concern, your strong sense of global responsibility and your financial support. We could not make this miracle happen without you.”
WE HAVE TEAMED UP WITH THE BROOKLYN NETS TO BRING YOU A ONCE-IN-A-LIFETIME TRIP WITH THE NETS FOR YOU AND A PERSON OF YOUR CHOICE
Fly with the Nets from New York to any game in the US on their personal jet. Spend 2 days with the Nets in their hotel and travel with them on the bus to and from the game. VIP court side seats await you and a person of your choice. Bidding starts on the 10th of April 2012 and will run to the 25th May 2014.
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Phelophepa has won…
The 2008 prestigious United Nations Public Service Award for excellence in public service delivery and was recently recognized in Texas by the Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau International’s award, for making a visible difference to the lives of people in rural areas.
“Good, clean health” in Tswana and Sotho dialects.
Two unique trains that operate as mobile healthcare clinics bringing much needed medical and educational services to impoverished rural areas of South Africa.
Support and empowerment to so many, in areas where there is one doctor for every 5000 people, they call it the Train of Hope.