What we do

By responding to public health needs we work to enable anyone involved in the health care sector. We oversee and support the implementation of programmes funded by both local and international donors. We have over 20 years experience and striving to  uplift the health care community with knowledge and skills we have gained.

LGBTI

Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis What is PrEP? PrEP is the use of anti-HIV medication that keeps HIV-negative people from getting HIV. Read more Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP)   Right to Pride – Embracing health and diversity Right to Pride is an initiative within Right to Care that embraces diversity among our staff and clients. The right to care […]

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Grants Management

As a donor, you want to know where your funds are going and how they are being used. We have accounted for and distributed to sub-recipients through grants management over R254 320 729.03. NGOs constantly struggle with inadequate tools for the financial management of sub-award grants. Historically, our grants management department used spreadsheets for reports […]

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Health Systems Strengthening

We strive to understand and address the urgent need to improve performance in South Africa’s current health care environment. We understand the goals to eradicate and manage a variety of diseases and put unique work plans in place to address each goal. Strengthening health care – improve patient outcome Working across South Africa we work […]

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Adherence

• What are Adherence Clubs? A long-term retention strategy for clinically stable patients receiving antiretroviral therapy. … It reduces the burden that stable patients place on healthcare facilities, increasing clinical human resources for new patients, and those clinically unstable and at risk of failing treatment. (source) – Quick service option: 20 – 30 stable ART […]

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Voluntary medical male circumcision

Voluntary medical male circumcision is free of charge and has health benefits for men and women Voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) helps reduce the sexual transmission of HIV as well of some sexually transmitted infections (STIs). It also helps reduce the Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) which causes cervical cancer in women.Circumcision is a proactive health […]

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Pharmacy Support

Right to Care provides support at all levels, in cooperation with the National Department of Health, in developing and implementing pharmaceutical policy, and through technical assistance with hands-on ground-support services. Agile backing when it is required We make every effort to solve pharmaceutical staffing needs at our supported sites, developing relationships, training, and capacity building […]

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Research

Research supports our work in every field. In 2014, Right to Care Health Services identified the need to methodically document, evaluate, and share the best practices, clinical principles, and innovations arising from the organisation’s programmes. The organisation established a dedicated operational research unit meet these needs. Many of unit’s solutions have resulted in a significant […]

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Training

By uplifting others, we uplift ourselves. We have a long tradition of providing local training and mentoring at a provincial level on a broad range of health topics. Empowered by a custom built training records application we can accurately monitor our progress. Training services provided Trainers are trained as mentors, assessors, and moderators, and are […]

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