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Health Sy​stems Trust (HST) is a leading force in the South African public health arena. Established in April 1992 on the brink of democracy in South Africa, HST has played a significant role in the evolution of the new national health system; today, our strength lies in the knowledge, insight and experience we harness through synergising our research and implementation outputs towards our vision of health for all through strengthened health systems. Our scope of operation ranges from regional and national levels, through provinces, districts and facilities and into communities, and is expanding into the S​​outhern African region.​​

Click here to download HST’s organisational profile​.

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Latest Publications
  • Author:
    HST
    Published by:
    Health Systems Trust
    Publication Date:
    2017
    ​​​​The 20th edition of the South African Health Review (SAHR) published by Health Systems Trust was launched on 23 August 2017 in Pretoria. 
     
    Widely recognised as one of the most aut...
  • Author:
    Naomi Massyn, Ashnie Padarath,
    Published by:
    Health Systems Trust
    Publication Date:
    2018
    Health Systems Trust is pleased to present the 12th edition of the District Health Barometer (DHB), which covers 52 districts and includes a total of 47 financial and health indicators, 11 of which are new....
  • Zulu: Uqobo lwami oluphilile, thina esiphilile: Isiqondiso samalungu omphakathi omayelana nokuphila kahle kanye nokuhlala uphilile nezifo ezingamahlalakhona
  • Xhosa: Ukuba sempilweni kwam, ukuba sempilweni kwethu: Isikhokelo samalungu asekuhlaleni malunga nempilo elungileyo kwanokuba sempilweni xeshikweni ukwaphila nesifo sexesha elide (chronic illness)
  • The 90-90-90 Compendium, Volume. 4 The role of communities and individuals in combatting the epidemic
  • The 90-90-90 Compendium, Volume 4: Healthy me, healthy us: a guide for community members about good health and staying healthy with chronic illness