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Counselling & Support Groups

Counselling & Support Groups
We work to bring healing through building relationships with our clients individually. People with HIV also draw huge strength from being part of our HIV support groups.
 
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CARe Youth Service

CARE Youth Service
This is a 12-month service-learning programme training youth in specific skills within the HIV/AIDS support field as well as empowering them in business skills and Life Skills. The programme also inculcates a volunteer ethic, while creating jobs for unemployed youth as part of government initiated National Youth Service.
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Home Based Care (HBC)

Home Based Care (HBC)

We meet with our clients in their homes when needed. There we are able to offer ARV treatment support, basic nursing care and support and education for the whole family.
 

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Poverty Alleviation & Nutrition

Income Generation
CARe provides skills training in areas including catering and beadwork to enable clients to earn a sustainable income. In addition, we have incorporated nutrition as a core component of health and education forums.
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Training & Development

Training & Development

CARe has ongoing accredited and professionally run programmes to provide a sustainable body of community health workers to respond to the AIDS pandemic.

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Partners & NGO's

Partners & NGO's
CARe has positioned itself to provide services in constant consultation with all affected groups in any particular area. We work closely with the Hospice Association of South Africa (Johannesburg/Soweto) and all state in municipal health and community facilities. We network closely with NGOs in the AIDS and welfare sector, as well as schools, universities, churches, faith and civic bodies.
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HIV Info

 


It is likely that we will never know who the first person was to be infected with HIV, or exactly how it spread from that initial person… Whether through injections, travel, wars, colonial practices or genetic engineering, the realities of the 20th Century have undoubtedly had a major role to play. Nevertheless, perhaps a more pressing concern for scientists today should not be how the AIDS epidemic originated, but how those it affects can be treated, how the further spread of HIV can be prevented and how the world can change to ensure a similar pandemic never occurs again.


Source: Avert: Averting HIV & AIDS

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Community Development

 
CARE Teen Outreach Programme
CARe operates a series of programmes designed to broaden the scope of HIV/AIDS awareness within communities.  Focusing on educating youth and tracing those who have defaulted on ARV treatment, fieldworkers play an active role in providing life saving information and intervention to individuals and communities alike.
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"CARe In Action" Newsletter

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 2008/2009 Annual Report
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