Dream Realized

Dream realized…. When I “grow up,” I want to travel the world and be of service to others. I want to be adventurous, observe other cultures and travel to distant lands. For over a decade I have personally watched The Phil Simon Clinic Tanzania Project under the generous leadership of Dr. Kim Shriner travel to […]

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Tanzania Project Update – January 2016

The year has flown by but was productive and inspirational. Team Tanzania 2014 was an amazing collection of talented and generous people. St Eizabeth Hospital, Kisongo Clinic and Endulen Hospital were abuzz with medical and pediatric care, academic teaching, surgeries, specialty care, social services, laboratory, technical care and pharmacy and infrastructure planning. At the end […]

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2016 Trip

Team Tanzania 2016 is now poised to continue this amazing journey together.  28 talented professionals have generously donated their time, energy and resources to return once again to East Africa in February 2016.  While there, we will continue our involvement at local hospitals and clinics.  Plans for Kisongo Clinic construction will begin along with home visits, […]

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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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Day One

From Dr. Kim Shriner: After 24 hours of travel, Team Tanzania 2014 landed safely at Kilimanjaro Airport.  Greeted by all our extraordinary Tanzanian friends, customs went smoothly and all 86 pieces of baggage and supplies made it onto the lorry.  Team members climbed into their respective land rovers and we made our way to Moivaro […]

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Team Tanzania 2014 Prepares for Trip

The Phil Simon Clinic Tanzania Project (PSCTP) is pleased to announce that, once again, an amazingly talented and generous group of volunteers will be traveling to Northern Tanzania to continue our global outreach project. For the last 12 years, PSCTP has been providing medical, surgical, academic, social work and infrastructure services to the East African […]

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Testimonial: The Lowenthals

We have had the pleasure of knowing Ezekiel Noah Moirani for over two years. We were introduced to Ezekiel’s story and his desire to attend medical school by our friends Jody Casserly and Kim Shriner. In our desire to help him reach his goals, we began making a monthly contribution through The Phil Simon Clinic […]

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An Update from Team Tanzania 2012

Here is an update on Team Tanzania 2012.  On Saturday, 2/11/2012, the team conducted a medicine clinic at an orphanage outside of Arusha. A little history on the relationship with this orphanage: When we returned to Tanzania in 2006, Ezekiel Moirana, the young clinical officer we had met at Upone Clinic in 2005, had left […]

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2/12/2012: Albert Kashanian, MD

I truly can not say enough about this beautiful country and its warmhearted people.  In each face you see the purity of happiness.  That genuine smile that shines bright despite all kinds of challenges and needs.  Around me I see a hard working society full of potential just thirsting for an opportunity.  I find myself so […]

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