KIDZWELLNESS TRAINING, Durban

KIDZWELLNESS TRAINING, Durban

Back row from left to right: Jeanette Makgothi; Siyabonga Khumalo; Happiness Nxumalo; Thabiso Tsotetsi; Thandeka Radebe; Joyce Matlou. Middle row: Sindisiwe Mkhabela (trainer); Nonhlanhla Nsele; Sr Geralda Hlongwane; Joyce Gumede; Zodwa Ngobese; Hombisa Nsikhaye (trainer – standing) Sitting in front:…

The Church’s Perspective on Health Issues faced by Children

National Church Leaders Summit on Child Health Kempton Park, March 2012 Sr Alison Munro, SACBC AIDS Office, Pretoria The SACBC AIDS Office was invited to make a presentation on “The Church’s Perspective on Health Issues of Children” at the  National…

A Case Study

Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference OVC Projects. This case study was prepared by Khulisa Management Services and made possible by support from the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief. The opinions…

OVC, Learning and Sharing, June 2006

SACBC AIDS Office “The battle against AIDS ought to be everyone’s battle. Echoing the voice of the Synod Fathers, I too ask pastoral workers to bring to their brothers and sisters affected by AIDS all possible material, moral and spiritual…

Working with Orphans and Vulnerable Children

Sr Alison Munro, OP SACBC AIDS Office, Pretoria, South Africa Geneva January 2006 The SACBC AIDS Office Co-ordinates the response of the Catholic Church to AIDS in South Africa, Swaziland and Botswana. Supports the work of twenty nine dioceses in…

Track 4 – Best Practices and Programme

Requiring a Uniting Response – together making a difference. Social Grants and Community Mobilisation with Local Government Services Background: “It is the children who suffer.” (Mail & Guardian February 25 to March 3 2005; p10) A Youth community project taking…

To Live a Decent Life

Bridging the Gaps A study of SACBC programmes in support of Orphans and Vulnerable Children in South Africa and Swaziland By Tessa Marcus for the Southern African Catholic Bishops’Conference September 2004 Download Here

Hope HIV and SACBC, OVC Conference Bronkhorstspruit

It is difficult to conceive of a greater issue facing the planet than the 13 million children who have lost one or both parents to the AIDS virus in sub-Saharan Africa alone. This constitutes an international crisis with potentially catastrophic…

Hope HIV and the Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference AIDS Office

The Care of Orphans and Vulnerable Children Conference Sizanani Conference Centre – Gauteng, South Africa 09-12 November 2003 Final Recommendations Southern African Catholic Bishops’ Conference and HopeHIV have gathered together 185 delegates representing 12 countries in Sub-Saharan Africa to consider…

Policy makers, UN, Orphans and Vulnerable Children: the Challenge for Africa

“States Parties recognise the right of the child to the highest attainable standard of health and to facilities for the treatment of illness and rehabilitation of health. States Parties shall strive to ensure that no child is deprived of his…

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