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Call to focus on blessers driving HIV who don’t access healthcare services

Call to focus on blessers driving HIV who don’t access healthcare services 1500 875 Right to Care

During reproductive health month, RIGHT TO CARE an HIV/AIDS Not-for-Profit Organisation has called on South African healthcare workers to actively implement and support strategies that target people at risk and ‘blessers’ who are driving the HIV epidemic among…

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HIV/Aids in babies and children: impressive advances in prevention and treatment

HIV/Aids in babies and children: impressive advances in prevention and treatment 150 150 Right to Care

HIV transmission in babies reduced from around 30% to less than 2% Tuesday 5 December 2017: Significant advances have been made with regards to managing children living with HIV/AIDS as well as reducing the number…

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LGBTIs, men who have sex with men, sex workers, prisoners and people who inject drugs battling to access healthcare

LGBTIs, men who have sex with men, sex workers, prisoners and people who inject drugs battling to access healthcare 150 150 Right to Care

Monday 4 December 2017: Equity in healthcare will only be achieved when the rights of all population groups, including lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) people, men who have sex with men, sex workers,…

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Programme to reduce chronic diseases in HIV patients kicks off in KZN

Programme to reduce chronic diseases in HIV patients kicks off in KZN 150 150 Right to Care

Monday, 16 October 2017 – A new integrated chronic care initiative was launched in Kwa-Zulu Natal’s UThukela District last week by RIGHT TO CARE, together with local NGOs, the BHEKHUZULU SELF-SUSTAINING PROJECT and the MPILONHLE SANCTUARY ORGANIZATION. The initiative aims to…

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HIV prevention possible for those at high risk: men who have sex with men and transgender people

HIV prevention possible for those at high risk: men who have sex with men and transgender people 150 150 Right to Care

Wednesday 27 September 2017: RIGHT TO CARE, with the support of the GLOBAL FUND TO FIGHT AIDS, TB AND MALARIA is rolling out Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) at three sites in Gauteng and one in the Western Cape, targeting…

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Right to Care appoints group finance director to manage R1.5 billion budget

Right to Care appoints group finance director to manage R1.5 billion budget 150 150 Right to Care

Nonhlanhla Nyewula has joined the non-profit organization RIGHT TO CARE as group finance director. Right to Care has an annual budget of R1,5 billion and 2300 staff members. The organization supports and delivers prevention, care, and treatment…

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Zulu prince announces circumcision edict for the Zulu nation declaring war on HIV/Aids

Zulu prince announces circumcision edict for the Zulu nation declaring war on HIV/Aids 150 150 Right to Care

Durban – Monday, 14 August 2017:  Prince Nhlanganiso Zulu, son of King Goodwill Zwelethini, has called on Zulu men across the country to circumcise. He made the announcement about Medical Male Circumcision (MMC) in the name…

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Right to Care CEO re-elected as vice-chair of ACTG Network

Right to Care CEO re-elected as vice-chair of ACTG Network 150 150 Right to Care

Monday 21 August 2017: The CEO of the non-profit organization RIGHT TO CARE, Prof Ian Sanne, has been elected to serve a second term as the international vice-chair of the AIDS CLINICAL TRIALS GROUP (ACTG) NETWORK, which…

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Links between HIV/Aids and mental illness compound treatment challenges

Links between HIV/Aids and mental illness compound treatment challenges 150 150 Right to Care

Monday, 24 July 2017: “Depression and anxiety are currently the most commonly diagnosed psychiatric conditions affecting HIV-infected patients. The complex links between HIV/AIDS and mental illness compound the complexity of the healthcare sector’s response when…

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Soapie celeb stars in new #Ziiing TV ad for circumcision

Soapie celeb stars in new #Ziiing TV ad for circumcision 150 150 Right to Care

Monday, 26 June 2017: Following the success of his medical circumcision, popular Scandal soapie star, Kagiso Modupe is now the face of a new BROTHERS FOR LIFE circumcision campaign that launched this week. Earlier this year, Modupe (33)…

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