Siyanqoba HIV and AIDS Support Group

Contact Type Organisation Nickname SHASG
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Main Email
smock@webmail.co.za
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Main Phone
051 713 0350
Main Fax
051 713 0350
Main Address
567 Cnr Booysen and Morgan Streets
Madikgetla
Trompsburg, FS 9913
South Africa
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English (United States)
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Siyanqoba HIV and AIDS Support Group
Organisation Type
NGO, CBO, Voluntary Organisation
Vision
To build and maintain effective and efficient holistic health programmes towards a sustainable community in Trompsburg and surrounding areas.
Mission
The mission of SHASG is to provide accessible community services to people with life threatening diseases and their families including Orphaned and Vulnerable Children (OVC), by:- • Promoting health through support education and training to the community and partners; • Providing Home Based Palliative care to all those who need it.
Organisation Annual Budget
100,000.00
Number of Full Time Staff
16
Number of Part Time Staff
0
Number of Volunteers
0
Please select max 4
Children, Health, HIV/AIDS, Welfare and Social Development
Head Office Province
Free State
Provinces Served
Free State
Projects
1. Palliative Home Based Care Through Palliative Home Based Care a group of professionally supervised trained community caregivers travel to people's homes and support and care at home. 2. Wellness and High Transmission Area Programme The HIV Wellness Programme is designed for HIV positive people who are not yet eligible for ART, with the aim of improving the quality of their life through on going support and counselling. 3. Orphaned and Vulnerable Children Programme Through this service we aim to: Identify and service child-headed households; Identify and render services to orphans and vulnerable children; Compile a database for orphans and child-headed households; Offer assistance to children with their home-work, birth registration, grant applications and cultural activities. 4. TB Prevention and Management TB is a priority health concern and counts second after HIV and AIDS as a cause of illness and death in the world, though it is curable and preventable efforts to control this disease have not been successful in the African Region. Causes that may lead to the TB situation being bad are: Late diagnosis of case detection and presentation; Patients being lost to follow-up; Poor adherence to treatment; Stigma attached to TB; Ignorance; Immunity Status.
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Network Name
Hospice Palliative Care Association, South Africa
Network Phone
051 421 0539
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