SCI Africa Urban Poverty Alleviation Program

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Foreword – Mary D. Kane

About Sister Cities International

4 About the Africa Urban Poverty Alleviation Program (AUPAP) 5 AUPAP Projects – Sister City Relationships and Project Descriptions 6 Baltimore, Marlyand - Luxor, Egypt: The construction of a pipeline connecting the potable water source at the village of Nagaa to the village of Gad, to provide clean, reliable water to 6,000 residents. 8 Boulder, Colorado - Kisumu, Kenya: The construction of toilet facilities at the Kudho Primary School benefitting over 1,200 students and the Migosi Market Center serving 3,000 buyers and sellers daily. 10 Chicago, Illinois - Casablanca, Morocco: The renovation and equipping of Al Waha Health Center, benefitting over 60,000 residents in Sidi Moumen. 12 Corvallis, Oregon - Gondar, Ethiopia: The construction of four restroom/shower facilities and a public health clinic, serving over 60,000 residents. 14 Delray Beach, Florida - Moshi, Tanzania: The construction of skip bucket foundations and provision of cleaning tools and equipment in the Majengo Ward, benefitting over 24,000 residents. 16 Fort Worth, Texas - Mbabane, Swaziland: The construction of a community health and social center, serving over 1,500 people. 18 Grand Rapids, Michigan - Ga East/Ga West, Ghana: The renovation of the Mayera Community Health Clinic and the construction of a mechanized borehole to provide water for the clinic in Ga West, benefitting 35,000 people. The construction of a 12-seat community latrine and mechanized borehole for the Taifa community in Ga East, benefitting 11,000 people.

20 Jacksonville, Florida - Port Elizabeth, South Africa: The purchase of a mobile clinic in the Chatty Extension Area benefitting 55,000 residents, and the renovation of school ablution facilities at two schools in the Nelson Mandela Bay Area benefitting 1,763 students. 22 Lansing, Michigan - Akuapem South, Ghana: The construction of toilet facilities benefitting 7,500 people, and the renovation of two health clinics benefitting 18,000 people. 24 Long Beach, California - Mombasa, Kenya: The procurement of a water purification plant and medical equipment for several health clinics in Mombasa. 26 Louisville, Kentucky - Tamale, Ghana: The construction of a sanitation facility for the Tamale Teaching Hospital and the purchase of an ambulance for the hospital. 28 Maryland State - Bong/Maryland County, Liberia: The construction of 34 hand dug wells with hand pumps in Bong County and the restoration and improvement of the water system at the JJ Dossen Memorial Hospital in Maryland County. 30 Milwaukee, Wisconsin - uMhlathuze, South Africa: The installation of water supply—connecting water from the main line to standpipes in the KwaDube community, benefitting 18,000 people. 32 Milwaukee County, Wisconsin - Buffalo City, South Africa: The renovation and expansion of Aspiranza Clinic benefitting 2,000 residents in the Buffalo Flats Area— addition of rooms, purchase of new medical equipment and furniture, installation of storage facility to stock and store equipment and supplies safely.


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