The Phil Simon Clinic Tanzania Project Achieves Nonprofit Status

As of August, 2017, The Phil Simon Clinic Tanzania Project was officially designated a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization.  PSCTP will maintain its collaborative relationship with Huntington Hospital for much of the funding of The Phil Simon Clinic and Tanzanian Scholarship Programs, but the new status will allow PSCTP to move forward with the building of Kisongo […]

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Fundraiser and Special Hosts

In April of 2015, our very special colleague, Lesikar Nyaalis Sabore visited the United States for the first time.  As our infrastructure supervisor for the construction of the Kisongo Clinic, he had opportunities to meet with donors, construction specialists and development planners. He was hosted by several team members, treated to a private tour of […]

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Testimonial: Judah Daniel White

People don’t always know why people enter each other’s lives, but I was lucky enough to figure that out. You all encouraged me to be all that I can and go back to school to reach my dreams.” (Taken from a note I just received from a friend of Judah’s.) A “poet on a mountain […]

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Last Day

Good morning everyone–today is our last day here and what an experience it has been. I got up early and took a walk around the grounds this morning since we will be sitting on a plane for a loooong time starting this evening. Oh it is so beautiful here and I will cherish the sites […]

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Sunday

Well, at the risk of repeating everyone else…what an amazing week its been. As I remembered from the 2005 trip, Tanzania and Arusha are a very surreal study in contrasts…poverty and wealth, natural beauty and industrial grit. Like the clothesline drying bedsheets between low, dingy stucco buildings at Mount Meru Hospital literally in the shadow […]

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A Speech From the Director of Upone Charitable Medical Centre

Ladies and Gentlemen: It is a very sad day to say farewell to you friends whom we have been together working hand in hand giving services to the patients visiting the HIV/AIDS groups, and doing home visiting in Arusha Municipality. This was a very memorable moment being together as one team, where no person could […]

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Letter from Upone Patient

1/23/01 Upone Hospital Arusha To you dear Jody, Many greetings come to you where you are. I have much sympathy for your team and the job you are doing. For me, I am happy with my family. I would like to thank you for your good treatment. There is nothing more I can say except […]

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