Talk:Global Flying Hospitals

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Please see ORBIS International - a sister organisation.

Global Flying Hosptials has written a similar article to theirs, and so we ask the question "why should ours be deleted?" It is factual, no promotion, no advertising, no links or thing that should jeopardise it - and no more or less than what would be found in an encyclopaedia. Just simply telling the facts.


Speed Deletion?[edit]

April 4 2009 - We simply do not understand why our page is listed for speedy deletion. Makes no sense. We added some changes today, such as new appointments (CEO USA) and change of base (Ghana) to give an accurate record for Wikipedia. We added more information about our "Country Medical Program" and tweaked some info about the website. That is all.

This humanitarian medical charity is similar to Orbis, also on Wikipedia, with twice as much information as ours, so what are we doing wrong?

I am the Chairman, so request you talk to me direct and explain why the supporting public should lose their coverage on wikipedia of the charity? (GFH Communications (talk) 06:26, 2 April 2009 (UTC))

Hello. I have removed the deletion tag because you have asserted notability in the 'International media' section; however you need to re-write this text to take a neutral point of view using third-party references from reliable sources. I will clean it up a little, then it's over to you. Baffle gab1978 (talk) 20:46, 2 April 2009 (UTC)

We have removed material that we could not find a suitable citation for, rewritten into third person style and adjusted until purely factual, no press relase type. GFH Communications (talk) 06:12, 3 April 2009 (UTC)