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Welcome to HIVSA

HIVSA offices are now located at Glyn Thomas No.4, Chris Hani Baragwanath Hospital since the beginning of the year, OUR LANDLINE TELEPHONE IS STILL +27 11 494 1900.

HIVSA empowers individuals, community workers and organisations by developing their capacity and resilience to effectively address socio-economic and health issues in the context of high HIV and AIDS burden with the ultimate vision of creating an HIV free generation.

HIVSA is a not for profit company which was established in 2002 and is a HWSETA accredited training provider as well as strategic partner of the Gauteng Provincial Departments of Health and Social Development.

2016-2017 - HIVSA Annual Report
HIVSA is excited to be attending the 3rd International workshop on HIV and Adolescence in Nairobi, Kenya, where we will be making a presentation on ‘Utilising an innovative Safe Space Model to increase uptake of HIV testing services amongst Adolescents in marginalised settings of the Gauteng Province, South Africa’. The international workshop is set up for multidisciplinary experts working WITH adolescents affected by HIV. The objective will be to share experiences, knowledge, and best practices with the aim of defining a pathway forward for optimizing care of adolescents living with HIV.

Choma Wins Silver Award 2019

Choma, an online magazine aimed at young South African women, was nominated in the Public Service and NPO Platforms category and walked away with a silver award.
Choma Magazine Celebrates Sixth Anniversary
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CHOMA Dreams Cafes

CHOMA Dreams Cafés: Creating safe, connected spaces for young women

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Project Overview

HIVSA provides varied support to the communities it serves and has also developed a number of education and training programmes to support Community Based Organisations who provide services within the district health system.

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