Health Systems Trust is a dynamic, not-for-profit organisation that supports the development of an equitable and comprehensive health system for the provision of quality health care in South and Southern Africa.
Health Systems Trust wishes to appoint a full-time Provincial Coordinator for the CDC District Support (SA SURE) Project to strengthen local capacity in the provision of sustainable HIV-related care and treatment in OR Tambo District in the Eastern Cape. The post is a contract position linked to the duration of the project.
Health Systems Trust is a dynamic, not-for-profit organisation that supports the development of an equitable and comprehensive health system for the provision of quality health care in South and southern Africa.
Health Systems Trust wishes to appoint a Leadership Mentor to provide technical assistance to maximise district and sub-district leadership by building local capacity in OR Tambo District that is supported by the Sustainable Response to HIV and AIDS (SA SURE) project. SA SURE aims to strengthen local capacity to provide sustainable HIV and TB-related care and treatment services. This is a one year, fixed-term contract positions, renewable based on funding availability and performance.
This report is based on research conducted between August 2010 and April 2011. During this period, Human Rights Watch researchers interviewed 157 women who received maternal health services, or accompanied other women seeking such services, in Eastern Cape public health facilities over the past five years, and observed health facilities in Eastern Cape Province. In addition to interviewing other experts, Human Rights Watch also reviewed laws, policies, official health strategies, and reports by academics, national and international organizations, and United Nations agencies.
Project: Economic incentives for improving clinical outcomes in patients with TB in South Africa: a study of feasibility and effectiveness
A Community Health Worker (CHW) may be defined as any health worker delivering health care services and who is trained in the context of the intervention but has no formal professional, certificated or degreed tertiary education. CHW is an umbrella term used for a heterogeneous group of health workers, their scope of practice ranging from implementing biomedical interventions to acting as community agents for social change.
MATERNAL, NEONATAL AND CHILD HEALTH AND NUTRITION PROJECT