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Monday, 19 October 2009 - 08:47

Jenneth Mkhawana is a Community Health Advocate working for TAC in Mopani District under Dan/Nkowa-Nkowa area. She is assisting Sesana Seoka, who is using a wheel chair to apply for an ID Book. Because she is applying for this without a birth certificate, no short cut, she have to start by applying for birth certificate. This is called Late Registration of Birth. Now she has completed first part of her application.

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Monday, 12 October 2009 - 13:21

Here is a link to the Newsletter of TAC Mopani District

This is Mopani District's first newsletter, it intends to cover some of the work TAC Mopani has conducted since March 2009. The highlights includes: Resources for Health March in  Giyani and how TAC Mopani has mobilised, The successes of the Prevention Treatment Literacy Program and Community Health Advocacy Program

 

 

Monday, 12 October 2009 - 13:04

This is a video of TAC Mopani's Prevention Treatment Literacy Co-ordinator explaining how they run treatment literacy trainings in Mopani. The video is in Xitsonga by Lester Baloyi (Program Co-ordinator)

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Friday, 2 October 2009 - 14:11

The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) and the AIDS Law Project (ALP) are concerned by reports of violence and intimidation against members of the Abahlali baseMjondolo Movement (ABM) in the Kennedy Road informal settlement in Durban. ABM is a community based organisation that works to improve conditions for shack dwellers.

According to a statement released by several civil society groups, local ANC people allegedly drove leaders of the ABM and others out of the settlement. We have received further reports that the people carrying out the attacks sang anti Mpondo slogans and that the...

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Wednesday, 30 September 2009 - 13:56

The draft Preferential Procurement Regulations (“the draft regulations”) were published for public comment on 14 August 2009. The AIDS Law Project (ALP), a not-for-profit organisation that seeks to use and develop the law to defend and advance constitutionally protected rights, has a direct interest in the draft regulations. This arises out of ALP’s work on access to medicines – an integral part of the right to have access to health care services – and the manner in which the state procures antiretroviral (ARV) medicines. ALP has submitted a document with recommendations in respect to the...

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