Health Systems Trust (HST) 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.
HST’s Corporate Services Division seeks to appoint Drivers to be based in the SA SURE project’s districts. The incumbents’ primary responsibility will be to collaborate with fleet services to provide efficient and reliable transportation services for HST staff and goods.
Multi-level pro-poor health governance, statistical information flows, and the role of regional organisations in South America and southern Africa
In the past decades, health governance has become multi-layered as the combined result of decentralisation, regional integration and the emergence of new actors nationally and internationally. Whereas this has – in principle – enhanced the installed capacity for health response worldwide, this complexity also poses serious challenges for health governance and policy-making. This paper focuses on one of these challenges, namely the organisation of statistical information flows at and between governance levels, and the emerging role that regional organisations play therein.
- Review and edit all HST publications, reports and other electronic and hard-copy information
- Ensure that all HST texts due for pu
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 (HST) is seeking a Head of Business Development to lead and grow the organisation’s business development function in maintaining its competitive market position and financial sustainability. Reporting to the CEO, the incumbent will support the realisation of HST’s strategic goals through identifying and securing new business opportunities.
This is a two year performance based contract with the possibility of renewal.
Sarah Davids believes that the use of a simple word, “kunjani”, has the power to transform lives.
Kunjani means “how are you” in the Nguni languages, which are widely spoken in southern Africa.
As the manager of HST’s Wellness for Effective Leadership Programme (WEL), Davids says spending a few minutes in the morning to “check in” with your colleagues, can change the way in which they work.
The Wellness for Effective Leadership programme was created in 2009 following a crisis in the Eastern Cape Department of Health.
WEL founder, Dr Tim Wilson, says it was developed after 140 babies died of diarrhoea and dehydration in a three month period, and all in the same District.