In service training, changing tyres in the service of AIDS

The two ladies engrossed in this task are Nonhlanhla Maclare and Sibongile Tsepane.

The two ladies engrossed in this task are Nonhlanhla Maclare and Sibongile Tsepane.

The CRS M&E team is a highly dedicated team of people working from the CRS office in Bloemfontein. This team spends an incredible amount of time on the road visiting sites all over the country. In the years that this team has spent out in the field the team has become incredibly resourceful and have been ready to tackle just about  any challenge that comes their way.

Because of some of the remote areas the team travels in it benefits them all  to understand some of the challenges that they may be faced with. During their travels the team has faced many incidents,like getting stuck in the mud on some of our rural roads, getting lost in some of the dense bush at the top end of KZN, navigating in and out of townships, spiders in their beds, snakes in their rooms and even having been chased out of a home by an irate mother.

Throughout all this the team has remained motivated and focused on their primary objective and that is to serve the sites that SACBC has entrusted them to serve in ensuring that the sites’ M&E skills are given the priorities that they deserve and that the reports required are always delivered on time.

The team will go to great lengths to always ensure that they capable of handling any situation and this is clearly shown in two of the team members undergoing in-service training on how to change  the Hilux double cab’s Tyre.