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This resource list comprises organizations working in HIV that specifically focus in some way or other on adolescent girls and young women across the continuum of prevention, treatment, care and support. This includes NGOs, academic institutions, research units, consultancies, funders and various other institutions, both locally and internationally, that conduct work in South Africa. The profiles provide an overview of organizations working in this area and give the necessary contact details in order to encourage networking, information sharing and collaboration around evidence-based programming and implementation. These profiles were compiled by reviewing partner databases and conducting searches into this area and it is by no means exhausted. If you would like your organization to be included or any details about your organization amended please contact us and send us the relevant information. Aadmin@wrhi.ac.za
AMREF Health Africa
Posted: Aug 8, 2016
Category: Organisational resource list

AMREF Health Africa

AMREF Health Africa is an international African organisation headquartered in Nairobi, committed to improving the health of people in Africa by partnering with and empowering communities, and strengthening health systems. Amref Health Africa believes that by focusing on the health of women and children, the health of the whole community can be improved.

Link: http://amref.org

Email: info.za@amref.org

Contact: +27 (0)12 362 3135/6/3127

AIDS Foundation of South Africa (AFSA)
Posted: Aug 8, 2016
Category: Organisational resource list

AIDS Foundation of South Africa (AFSA)

AFSA is a development organisation that exists to mitigate the impacts of HIV and AIDS and poverty through the implementation of health and community development projects in vulnerable communities. Utilising a holistic approach AFSA draws on collaborative efforts in the form of partnerships with CBOs and NGOs countrywide that are based in close proximity to the target populations.

Link: http://www.aids.org.za

Email: info@aids.org.za

Contact: +27 (0)31 277 2700

AIDS and Society Research  Unit (ASRU)
Posted: Aug 8, 2016
Category: Organisational resource list

AIDS and Society Research Unit (ASRU)

ASRU is one of four units in the Centre for Social Science (CSSR), which is an interdisciplinary research centre at the University of Cape Town promoting evidence-based research and public policy. The unit focuses on research into the social and economic dimensions of AIDS in southern Africa more specifically: AIDS policy, stigma, the social and economic factors driving HIV infection, global health citizenship and leadership and the impact of providing antiretroviral treatment.

Link: http://www.cssr.uct.ac.za/asru

Email: CSSR@uct.ac.za

Contact: +27 (0)21 650 4656

Aids Consortium (The AC)
Posted: Aug 8, 2016
Category: Organisational resource list

Aids Consortium (The AC)

The AIDS Consortium was established in 1992 and is a membership based NGO bringing together a network of over 1000 AIDS Service Organisations (ASO’s) and individuals addressing the AIDS pandemic in Southern Africa. The AC provides communication, capacity, information, collective services, leadership and guidance to affiliates. The AC projects include HIV prevention programmes for young people and supporting PMTCT initiatives for women.

Link: http://www.aidsconsortium.org.za

Email: info@aidsconsortium.org.za

Contact: +27 (0)11 403 0265

AgriAids SA
Posted: Aug 8, 2016
Category: Organisational resource list

AgriAids SA

AgriAids SA is an NGO, established in 2008, to organise and implement HIV/AIDS, TB and wellness programmes for farm workers. Their main goal is to reduce the direct effects of HIV/AIDS and TB on farm workers and their beneficiaries. An integrated approach is promoted where HIV/TB awareness, information sharing, biannual testing, and treatment are essential components. Its interventions are implemented in farming areas of Limpopo, North West, KwaZulu-Natal, Mpumalanga and Free State provinces and active in 11 districts.

Link: http://agriaids.org.za

Email: admin@agriaids.org.za

Contact: +27 (0)12 320 8455/6 ext 201