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Called to careLiving with AIDS#167

March 17, 2004
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In the absence of easily available and affordable access to AIDS treatment, the burden of care for those who are sick falls on individual households, NGOs and faith-based organisations who respond to the needs they see around them. Health-e News Service meets care-giver, Caiphas Mohale of Bolobedu, in Tzaneen, Limpopo province.

Pitso ya ho baballa

March 17, 2004
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Na ekaba motho o qhobjwa ke eng hore a nehellane ka nako ya hae bakeng sa ho hlokomela bakudi, ba dikobo mahetleng kapa ba makgatheng a lefu, ebeng ha a fumane le ha e le sente a ditshila? Jwalo ka ha meriane ya ho kokobetse lefu ho ba kulang ke mafu a Phamokathe, mosebetsi wa […]

‘€œIt’€™s something from God’€Living with AIDS #166

March 11, 2004
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Natalia Baloyi has a lot to smile about these days. Hers is a tale of what hope and determination can help one achieve in times of trouble. Almost three years ago, as a 22 year-old Natalia was unemployed and head of a household with three siblings and a son of her own following the death […]

‘€œHo entswe ke Modimo’€

March 11, 2004
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Mehleng ena, Natalia Baloyi o ena le lebaka la ho bososela. Pale ya hae ke e supisang hore le ha ho ka eba boima jwang, katleho e tla finyelleha ha feela motho o ena le tshepo le maikemisetso. Lemong tse ka bang tharo tse fetileng, a ena le dilemo tse 22, Natalia o ne a […]

Mapping our livesLiving with AIDS #164

February 26, 2004
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Memory box and body map outreach worker Nondumiso Hlwele talks about how the project has helped her define her past and face her future. It’€™s also unearthed her talent for drawing and depicting the world around her.

Stories of survivalLiving with AIDS #163

February 19, 2004
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This week we hear from people living with AIDS who readily admit they owe their lives to the support and information they receive from being part of an organisation committed to securing access to treatment.

W.Cape’s rapid response

February 13, 2004
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In the space of five years, the Western Cape has set up prevention of mother-to-child treatment sites throughout the province as well as providing antiretroviral treatment on a limited basis. Health-e asked the head of the AIDS Programme in the Western Cape, Dr. Fareed Abdullah to share the lessons they’€™ve learned over the past 10 […]