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Right to Care: Professional Nurse - MMC

Right to Care is a Johannesburg based nonprofit funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) with a vision that all HIV-positive patients receive high quality treatment, care and support improving their quality of life and productivity.

Right to Care seeks to appoint two Professional Nurses - Medical Male Circumcision (MMC) Programme under the Global Fund Grant, based in following locations:

  • North West - Phokeng Clinic
  • Limpopo - Seshego Hospital

These persons will report to the Clinic Manager.

Angola Receives a Donation to Fight Malaria

The Angolan Minister of Health, José Van-Dunem, says that the US$1.8 million donation made to the country’s National Malaria Fighting Programme aims to increase the capacity of the NGOs to implement the programme so as to control malaria.

Van-Dunem says the success of this programme will impact on three key elements of the Millennium Development Goal in regard to health, reduction of endemic diseases, malaria, tuberculosis and AIDS.

Paediatric AIDS Treatment for Africa: Administration and Finance Officer

Paediatric AIDS Treatment for Africa (PATA) is a NGO that supports multidisciplinary treatment teams of health care workers working to improve the quality of paediatric HIV care in sub-Saharan Africa.

PATA seeks to appoint a full-time Administration and Finance Officer, based in Cape Town.

The person will assist with the efficient running of the PATA office.
 
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NGOs to Host HIV/AIDS Conference

The Zambia AIDS Research Foundation, in conjunction with Treatment Advocacy Literacy Campaign (TALC), is hosting an HIV/AIDS conference on 17 May 2013 in Lusaka, Zambia.
 
According to the organisers, the conference will focus on topics such as diet/nutrition for people living with HIV (PLWHA), foods to avoid and food myths, and scientific reasons for male circumcision.
 
To read the article titled, “Zambia to host 1-day world class conference on HIV/AIDS,” click here.

Clinton Health Access Initiative: Programme Manager - Health Financing

The Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI – formerly the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative) under the leadership of former President William Jefferson Clinton III has worked since 2002 to reduce the pricing of HIV/AIDS medicines and tests, and to work with governments around the world to further turn the tide on the disease by building the systems needed to deliver care and treatment.

CHAI seeks to appoint a Programme Manager for Health Financing in Lilongwe to help the Government of Malawi address critical funding shortfalls in the health sector. The position is based in Malawi.

Clinton Health Access Initiative: Analyst - Vaccines Programme

The Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI – formerly the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative) under the leadership of former President William Jefferson Clinton III has worked since 2002 to reduce the pricing of HIV/AIDS medicines and tests, and to work with governments around the world to further turn the tide on the disease by building the systems needed to deliver care and treatment.

NGO Slams State Handling of Cancer Patients

According to the Cancer Patient’s Rights Charter, breast cancer patients in the state sector in South Africa can wait up to eight months to receive confirmation of their diagnosis and up to nine months to start treatment.

The organisation is of the view that these delays mean thousands of cancer sufferers are diagnosed too late for cure and can then only be treated for pain until they die.

The charter calls for cancer patients to be afforded human rights in treatment and care.

Clinton Health Access Initiative: Country Support Analyst

The Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI – formerly the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative) under the leadership of former President William Jefferson Clinton III has worked since 2002 to reduce the pricing of HIV/AIDS medicines and tests, and to work with governments around the world to further turn the tide on the disease by building the systems needed to deliver care and treatment.

Clinton Health Access Initiative: Managers - Supply Chain Management

The Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI – formerly the Clinton HIV/AIDS Initiative) under the leadership of former President William Jefferson Clinton III has worked since 2002 to reduce the pricing of HIV/AIDS medicines and tests, and to work with governments around the world to further turn the tide on the disease by building the systems needed to deliver care and treatment.

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