Antiretroviral medicines are used to treat HIV. If people living with HIV take their medicine correctly, they can live an almost normal life. But it is important to take it at the same time every day and to keep taking it for life. This leaflet explains how this works and gives tips for keeping on track with medication for HIV. It is especially important at the moment for people living with HIV to keep taking their medication correctly to ensure their immune systems stays strong. TREATMENT ON TRACK >
Our friends and partners at NACCW have shared some valuable resources on talking to children about Coronavirus. The following advice was adapted by NACCW from an article by Rachel Ehmke on Child Mind. They have also shared with us a useful graphic Coronavirus explanation for children, produced by Mindheart. We are providing this pack to all child and youth care workers on our programmes. DOWNLOAD THE CORONAVIRUS INFORMATION FOR CHILDREN PACK > Kids worry more when they’re kept in the dark News of the coronavirus COVID-19 is everywhere, from the front page of all the papers to the play-ground at…
Please download and circulate these information posters on Coronavirus in English, isiZulu and isiXhosa. The message to South Africa is clear: wash your hands and practice social distancing!
Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious bacterial disease which is carried in airborne particles and transmitted through the air. Although it is curable and treatment is free, it is a major health problem for South Africa and we all need to play our part in stopping it. Download our updated Community Systems Toolbox on TB for more information on how you and your organisation can play a part in stopping TB.