Anglican Aids & Healthcare Trust » Partners

By: Anglican Aids  11-11-2011
Keywords: Aids, Peer Education

  • FreshMinistries is a non-profit-humanitarian organization dedicated to creating communities around the globe in which all people regardless of race, gender, nationality or religion have equal access to the educational tools, community support and economic opportunities needed to live healthy, produc

  •   The Cape Gallery, 60 Church Street, Cape Town collaborated in a project by donating artwork to raise funds for The Anglican Aids and Health Care Trust.  Additionally, a percentage of any sale at The Cape Gallery resulting from an introduction by the Anglican Aids and Health Care Trust will go t

  •   CABSA – the Christian AIDS Bureau of South Africa – formed a partnership with us in 2004 to facilitate the sharing of information, materials and networking contacts. We seek opportunities to cooperate and collaborate in pursuing our shared goal of mobilising local faith communities to resp

  •   The Centre for the Support of Peer Education (CSPE) is a programme of the Harvard School of Public Health in South Africa and operates from offices in Parktown, Johannesburg. Siyafundisa formed a partnership with CSPE to develop and implement the Aribuisaneng course, based on the Rutanang m

  • Scripture Union South Africa sees its role as supporting the Church in introducing young South Africans to Jesus, the Bible and the Church. Its ideal is an AIDs-free generation of young people turned around by Christ and filled with hope. Siyafundisa has partnered with SU to deliver the Scrip

  • PEPFAR – The President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief – was originally a five-year, $15 billion American Government initiative to combat the global HIV/AIDS epidemic. The amount was subsequently increased to $18.8 billion, the largest commitment ever by any nation for an international hea

  • The Department for International Development (DFID) is the initiative of the UK Government that manages Britain's aid to poor countries and works to eradicate extreme poverty throughout the world. The UK is currently the fifth largest global donor – after USA, Japan, Germany and France – and D

  • The information in this article was current at 08 Nov 2011

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