HIV and AIDS

International HIV AIDS Alliance: Mid-Term Review Consultancy of multi-country programme

The Alliance (IHAA) is looking for a consultant to take on a piece of work to undertake a mid-term review for our READY + project.

The Alliance (IHAA) is looking for a consultant to take on a piece of work to: 

HOPE Cape Town - Full time Medical Officer

HOPE Cape Town Association – HOPE Doctor
HOPE Cape Town, a local non-profit Organisation providing outreach and education in the field of HIV and AIDS and related illnesses, seeks a full-time medical doctor to co-manage the HOPE Doctor portfolio.
 
Responsibilities:

Project management and support

  • Planning, initiating and executing HOPE Cape Town Association projects and programs.

Research

Southern African HIV Clinicians Society: Project Director

The Southern African HIV Clinicians Society is a nonprofit membership organisation of over 3 000 health care workers with an interest in HIV. The Society’s mission is to promote evidence-based, quality HIV healthcare in Southern Africa.

The Society seeks to appoint a Project Director for the Stop Stockouts Project, in its transition to independent organisation, working closely with the SAHCS CEO and SSP Steering Committee, to be based in Johannesburg.

Call for Organizational Profiles: uMgungundlovu District AIDS Council

The purpose of this call is to invite Community-based Organizations (CBOs) to submit their organizational profiles to SisterLove International South Africa (SLiSA) for review; in order to collaboratively implement the iSTARSHIPP (Innovative Strategies for Those At Risk Seeking High Impact Prevention and PrEP) Program. The program will be implemented in the uMgungundlovu District, Kwa-Zulu Natal Province, under the oversight of the uMgungundlovu District AIDS Council.
 

Call for Proposals: Facilitating the Best Practices and Lessons Learned Workshop for an HIV Combination Prevention Project

Umvoti AIDS Centre invites external facilitators to facilitate the best practices and lessons learned workshop for an “HIV Combination Prevention Project” and to produce a report. The purpose of documenting lessons learned is to share and use knowledge derived from experiences to promote the recurrence of desirable outcomes; and preclude the recurrence of undesirable outcomes.
 

Shout-It-Now: Call Centre Specialist

Shout-It-Now is a non-governmental organisation that delivers high quality HIV and AIDS education and voluntary counselling and testing services to local communities across South Africa. The organisation’s innovative and technology-based approach is particularly geared towards the youth.

Shout-It-Now seeks to appoint a Call Centre Specialist (HIV Counsellor), based in Cape Town.

The successful candidate will be task-focused, goal-driven and motivated to reach targets, while appreciating the balance of delivering high-quality service to clients.

Requirements: 

Mbeki HIV Stance Gains Support on Twitter

Former president Thabo Mbeki’s argument of Twitter gained lots of support from people who praised him ‘for his facts’ on the issue of HIV/AIDS.
 
There are also some people who still regarded him as a denialist, after Mbeki released his letter titled ‘Some observations on HIV & mortality in South Africa’ in a series of letters he normally publishes on Mondays.
 

Ramaphosa: Sex Workers to Access ARVs

Sex workers, long ignored by the government and harassed by police, will finally get access to HIV treatment and prevention - but decriminalisation has not been dealt with by government and this could hobble the initiative.
 
Deputy President, Cyril Ramaphosa, released a detailed plan on Friday to ensure sex workers achieve better healthcare.
 
With about 70 percent of sex workers in Johannesburg are HIV-positive, Ramaphosa said sex workers will now receive antiretrovirals as soon as they test positive.
 

TAC Slam Mbeki Over HIV/AIDS

The Treatment Action Campaign (TAC) has launched a blistering attack against former president, Thabo Mbeki, over his contentious stance on AIDS, which has killed hundreds of thousands of South Africans.

"The impact of Mbeki’s AIDS denialism was catastrophic," the group says in statement in response to the former statesman's letter, which forms part of a series of letters attempting to reframe Mbeki's presidency.

Mbeki’s AIDS Comments ‘Irrelevant Debate’

The South African National AIDS Council (SANAC) has criticised former president, Thabo Mbeki, describing his recent statements on HIV/AIDS as an ‘irrelevant debate’
Mbeki, in the latest of his series of letters published on his institute’s website, denied he ever said “HIV does not cause AIDS.”

This week, SANAC, which is chaired by Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa, called on South Africans to ignore Mbeki’s statements.

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