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WHAT'S IN A  NAME?


Mangosteen a Fruitful Socially-minded Enterprise 

Our name was chosen to reflect something that is small and natural, that has origins in the developing world, and which is truly amongst the finest of its kind on Earth, but yet, in our experience, is not well known to those in the developed world. 

The mangosteen is a fruit which hails from south-east Asia, is frequently referred to as the 'Queen of Fruits', and quite simply possesses a fantastic flavour.  Although rather sensitive to changes in temperature, and so not really suited to the long distance export-import business, fresh mangosteens can be found at markets throughout the developed world.  So, if you happen to see one, or are lucky enough to be given one, we recommend you take the opportunity to prise open the hull with your fingertips and sample the fabulous little white segments for yourself.

The hull too has its uses, and even scientific applications - having been employed in indigenous Thai medicine for years, it's recently been the subject of several scientific studies.
 

 

Our Website - Mangosee.com 

Firstly, because we weren't fast enough - mangosteen.com is owned by a tropical fruit farmer in the US.  So if you'd like to try some we suggest you contact him.

Further to that, if you take away the T and the N - what's left is 'man go see'. 

When placed one after another, of course these three small English words don't mean anything.  However, although not grammatically correct, this rather primitive syntax perfectly illustrates the simplicity of our approach and objectives, and what Mangosteen is all about, so begging the question:

how might a man be affected by the developing world if he takes the time to go and see it for himself?

Or a woman for that matter?

We also hope that it's a name that is fairly easy to recall, spell or pronounce should you want to spread the word to a friend or colleague.
 

 

Our Logos 

Intentionally simple - the spherical purple fruit depicted is the mangosteen, and the arrow points from north to south, not towards Australia and New Zealand, but across the divide from the developed to the developing world.

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
  FUTURE MEETINGS  
     
HIV/AIDS 2007  
     
Pneumococci 2007  
     
Antibiotic Resistance 2007  
 

Co-organizers: International Society of Chemotherapy (ISC)

 
 

Co-sponsors:         Alliance for the Prudent Use of Antibiotics - APUA-Gambia

 
     
Kinetoplastid Diseases 2008  
     
Tuberculosis 2008  
     
Cytokines 2008  
     
Hepatitis 2008  
     
Enteric Pathogens 2008  
     
Malaria 2009  
     
Pathogenic Helminths 2009  

  RECENT PAST MEETINGS  
     
Pathogenic Helminths 2007  
     
Malaria 2007  
     
Bacterial Gastroenteritis 2006  
     
Tuberculosis 2006  
     
Kinetoplastid Diseases 2006  
     
Hepatitis 2006  

 

 

 

 

   
               
   
 


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