The Sponsors of Brave campaign – second nominee Pharmacist Phillip Jordaan from Kgubetswana near Clarens, in the Freestate
Pharmacist Philip Jordaan saw the need and potential of bringing pharmacies
to the townships and rural areas to help people get better and convenient
access to medical assistance.
This inspired him to branch out on his own and kick start the pilot pharmacy
Kgubetswana just outside of Clarens, in the Free State. The pharmacy is a
community pharmacy that operates from a re-purposed shipping container as
the ground offered little to no reality for a brick and mortar structure to
Get a closer look into the shipping container pharmacy that brings medicines
closer to people and changes lives.
The registered NPO Pharmacist Philip Jordaan is nominating is “Ithuseng
Nominate the pharmacist or healthcare professional in your community making
a real difference.
Your nominee also stands a chance to win an once-in-a-lifetime opportunity
to attend an international healthcare conference of their choosing all
expenses paid. They will also have the chance to pay-it-forward and donate
R25 000 to the registered charity of their choice.
PLUS you can stand a chance to win R5 000 just by nominating the person
whose acts of kindness and bravery you think deserve recognition.
For more information visit
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South African healthcare company providing quality products to improve the
health and lives of the communities they serve.
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