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18 years of empowering the less fortunate through Community & Youth Development; Education; Health & fighting HIV/AIDS
Humana People to People in South Africa (HPP-SA) started its operations in South Africa in 1995 and is today operating in five provinces. It is registered as a Section 21 company and as a non-profit organization (NPO). HPP-SA staff works side by side with poor communities to improve their economic situation, their education and their social well-being and health. HPP-SA interventions includes: Fighting HIV, AIDS and TB; working with communities to secure the well-being and development of children; working with youth; education and skills training; economic development and job creation; food security; environmental protection and sustainable agriculture.
Projects being carried out by Humana People to People in South Africa include: Other HPP-SA Projects include:i) Total South Africa Control of the Epidemic Programme TCE): The Total South Africa Control of the Epidemic Programme is a systematic community mobilisation campaign against HIV and AIDS. It is one of the largest programmes with operations in Soweto/Mogale in Gauteng Province; in Sekhukhune and Mopani Districts in Limpopo Province; iLembe in KZN, Amathole in Eastern Cape and Ehlanzeni District in Mpumalanga.ii) Child Aid:Child Aid is an effective child development and support intervention because it targets communities at three levels: children (especially Orphans and Vulnerable Children) - by seeking to ensure that all children have access to education, healthcare, food and other support; families (by empowering families through education and income generation); the community (the community is mobilised to promote children rights and welfare).iii) Hope Humana: This is an outreach intervention that targets impoverished communities affected by HIV and AIDS. It was established in 2002 as a special KwaZulu-Natal focused integrated programme. At present, HPP-SA is operating two Hope Humana Projects in Ehlanzeni and Mopani Districts.iv) Development Instructor Programme: As part of its contribution to capacity enhancement in the development field in South Africa, HPP-SA established a partnership with the KwaZulu-Natal Experimental College in Durban to train Development Instructors. The programme is accredited by ETDP-SETA with 17 Unit Standards in Development Practice. HPP-SA’s respective programmes interface and benefit from each other in terms of experiences and lessons drawn thereof, information input and capacity exchange and/or sharing strategy and approach.