American Friends of the Phelophepa Train
The Phelophepa Health Care Train, established in 1994, initially operated with only three eye clinic coaches. By 1995, recognizing the need for a wider primary health care base it expanded services to include more comprehensive optometry, dental and psychological care.
Now in its 18th year, the Phelophepa has grown from three cars to an impressive 18-car train delivering primary health care, education and outreach programs including: HIV/AIDS education. Additional services include training community volunteers in basic healthcare and screening/educating local schoolchildren.
Since 1994 Phelophepa has delivered healthcare services hailed by the recipients as “life changing”.
Looking for some social media help for an online campaign - March/April 2018 (Volunteer Opportunity)