Orange Babies HIV Projects
HIVSA – Soweto
Prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV. Through its range of innovative and multi-disciplinary programmes, HIVSA offers comprehensive, therapeutic care to individuals infected and affected by HIV/AIDS as well as to their families.
Orange Babies supports a unique project within Yabonga: the Community Mothers. They are women who keep their houses open for children from their own community. These children have become orphans, are infected with hiv/aids or their parents are too sick to take care of them.
In cooperation with the local department of the Ministry of Public Health, Family Free provides education programmes wich are in particular aiming at pregnant women with hiv, but also at the grandmothers of families that are suffering from hiv.
Family Free – Mobile Health Clinic
HIV counselling and testing & prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV. As already described, Family Free is aimed at preventing mother-to-child transmission of HIV through education and family support. At present, there are large groups of people who do not have access to existing health services.
Khaya Mount Olive
Orphans and vulnerable children – Early Childhood Development. Mount Olive Mount Olive Outreach was established 13 years ago by Pastor C Afrika and registered as a non-profit organisation (NPO) in 2003. In the same year, Mount Olive Outreach launched its home-based care programme to support those infected and affected by TB/HIV/AIDS.