The Phelophepa Train has won numerous awards since its inception. The worlds biggest traveling hospital with it’s innovating ideas is breaking ground in its quest to bring primary health care to impoverished areas. Below are just some of the awards the Phelophepa Trains have won.

2011, 2010
The Honor Society of Nursing

Sigma Theta Tau International Archon Award to the Train of Hope. on October 31, 2012 in Texas USA. The award was given in recognition of Phelophepa’s work and dedication to providing primary health care services and education to South Africa’s most remote rural areas.

Mail & Guardian Award

Investing in life; the most innovating HIV/AIDS Program

National Television and Video Association Award

Hero of the Hills (A documentary on Phelophepa) A New War in Africa (A Phelophepa documentary focusing on the Aids crisis in South Africa)

United Nations Public Service Award

For improving the delivery of services through the Phelophepa Health Care Train. It is the most prestigious international recognition of excellence in public service. The outstanding achievement of this train has demonstrated excellence in serving public interests and made a significant contribution towards the improvement of public administration in South Africa.

Black Business Quarterly

Corporate Social Investment Project of the year.

Computerworld Smithsonian Award

Washington, DC. Laureate winner for visionary use of information technology to enhance social/economic aspects: medicine category.

Impumelelo Innovations Trust Award

The Impumelelo Social Innovations Award Centre is a leading awards programme in South Africa, rewarding innovators who find creative solutions to public problems. Impumelelo also regularly submits the work of its award winners to the UN Public Service Awards and the Dubai International Awards for Best Practice.

Community Builder of the Year Award

Sowetan/Old Mutual Award & South African Broadcasting Corporation.

Professional Management Review Empowerment Award

Won the 1998 award in the category: Primary Health Care.