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Visitors step into places where Medical Teams International's volunteers serve with our local in-country partners to help those affected by conflict, disaster and extreme poverty. Real Life Exhibit visitors experience not only the real need but also...more
This museum is so worth the visit! It is a quality place! Anyone can go at no cost, and there’s also free wi-fi! It truly educates you on issues going on in developing countries around the world and I feel much more aware of these...More
I went to Real Life Exhibit with the group I am going with to the Philippines this summer; on a mission trip. I wasn’t sure what to expect at first but as I walked through the exhibit, I found it to be so eye opening...More
I had the chance to visit the Real Life display. It was an extremely moving experience and one I recommend for anyone interested to see how you can take part to bring love to see many hurting people around the world.
I felt totally transported from the second I started going through the exhibit! What MTI has done to bring their work to life is remarkable. I definitely recommend taking a tour through and putting yourself in the shoes of people in need all over the...More
If you can't travel and experience the challenges of life in places like Uganda and Haiti first-hand, this is the place to go. You get to engage all your senses as you take a walk through a refugee tent in Uganda or read stories from...More
MTI has pieced together on a very small budget an effective & impacting tour-de-force of their life saving health work, locally & globally! It's a great group team building experience complete with either use of the Marketplace, debrief or downstairs conference room for up to...More