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Great Cities of AfricaSeries Born at UN World Urban Forum
By Jerry W. Bird. . Africa Travel Magazine's "Great Cities of Africa" series debuts in 2008 . Each city edition will be updated annually in print. Travel, Trade, Tourism and Transport are four keys to Africa Travel Magazine's " Great Cities of Africa" series. Bonus items include radio profiles, audio tours, lectures and DVD. More->

Hope for the City



Internationally, Hope For The City delivers medicines, medical supplies and equipment to developing countries all over the world.  With our access to medical resources, we are able to equip a 4-5 story hospital with everything from hospital beds and exam tables, to supplies and medicines.  One new resource, which we call "A Hospital in a Box" can literally get a hospital started anywhere in the world with just one container.

By equipping doctors with much needed medical equipment and supplies, we enable them to make quicker and more accurate diagnosis and care for the sick more effectively.  Even everyday medical supplies like Band-Aids are often no where to be found in poverty stricken hospitals and clinics in the developing world.  The equipment the United States was using 15-20 years ago is what the developing world needs now.