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PO Box 42
Penhurst NSW 2222, Australia
Tel: 1300 746 580
SIM Canada
10 Huntingdale Blvd
Scarborough, ON M1W2S5, Canada
Tel: 416 497 2424
SIM en Chile
Cauquenes 210
Nuñoa, Santiago de Chile
Tel: +56 2 2226 2455
SIM Ecuador
Olmedo 11-46 y Azuay
Loja, Ecuador
Tel: +593 7 258 1977
SIM Ethiopia
P.O. Box 127
Addis Ababa, Ethiopia
Tel: +251 11 5503899
SIM Ghana
P.O.Box 9962 - KIA
Accra, Ghana
Tel: Email: sim.ghana@sim.org
SIM Kenya
PO Box 60875, 00200
Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: +254 721356670
SIM Liberia
Post Office Box 6958
Monrovia, Liberia
Tel: +231 777 048 973
SIM Malawi
PO Box 136
Blantyre, Malawi
Tel: +265 1 831811
SIM Namibia
54 Joseph Mukwayu Ithana Str
Windhoek, Namibia
Tel: +264 (0)61 257961
SIM New Zealand
P O Box 38 588
Howick, New Zealand
Tel: 09 538 0004
SIM Niger
BP 10065
Niamey, Niger
Tel: +227 20722978
SIM International Suisse
Rue Weissenstein 1
CH-2500 Biel/Bienne 4, Switzerland
Tel: +41 32 345 14 44
SIM Southern Africa
P O Box 30027
Tokai | 7966, South Africa
Tel: +27 (0)21 715 3200
SIM Tanzania (under SIM Kenya)
P.O.Box 1033
Lindi, Tanzania
Tel: +255 786 773 554
Serving in Mission, UK
Wetheringsett Manor, Stowmarket
Suffolk, IP14 5QX, England
Tel: 01449 766464
SIM USA
P.O. Box 7900
Charlotte, NC 28241, USA
Tel: 1 800 521 6449
West African Office
08 BP 886
Abidjan 08, Côte d’Ivoire
Tel: + 225 07 89 35 35

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