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Tuesday, 7 February 2012 - 14:56

The Treatment Action Campaign and SECTION27 have written a letter to the High Commissioner for India in South Africa requesting a meeting prior to the EU-India Summit which be held on 10 February 2012. The two organisations want to discuss provisions for the scale up of intellectual property, pushed by the European Union, in the impending EU-India Free Trade Agreement (FTA) and the impact of these provisions on the health of people across the developing world.

 

Open letter to the High Commissioner to India for South Africa from TAC and SECTION27
 
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Wednesday, 25 January 2012 - 09:53

 

We are looking for passionate, enthusiastic and committed individuals to join our in- house telephone fundraising team. If you understand, are committed to the vision and mission of the TAC and want to be part of this movement, please apply.               

 

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Friday, 13 January 2012 - 09:46

The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) seeks suitably qualified candidates to fill two vacant positions of District Coordinator and  District Policy, Communication and Research (PCR) Coordinator in the TAC Mopani/Tzaneen District office.

 

District Co-ordinator
In the Mopani/Tzaneen district
 
TAC engages in monitoring, advocacy and campaigning within the health system to ensure that every person with HIV has access to quality comprehensive prevention, treatment, care and...
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Thursday, 8 December 2011 - 13:07

The National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) is vital to our health system. It conducts virtually all diagnostics for the public health system. This also includes HIV viral loads, CD4 counts, TB culture and resistance tests. It is a functioning institution. But it is facing bankruptcy and collapse because the Gauteng and Kwazulu-Natal Provincial Departments of Health have failed to pay it.

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The National Health Laboratory Service (NHLS) is vital to our health system. It conducts virtually all diagnostics for the public health system. This also includes HIV...

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Thursday, 1 December 2011 - 15:51

Today is World AIDS Day and this year we are marking 30 years since the discovery of AIDS. We can claim great successes in the response over the last decade. We have seen a shift from where people were dying with no access to treatment to about 7 million on treatment globally. But last week all that progress was put at risk.

Today is World AIDS Day and this year we are marking 30 years since the discovery of AIDS. We can claim great successes in the response over the last decade. We have seen a shift from where people were dying with no access to treatment to about 7 million on...

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