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To support the South African Government in achieving its goals for the scale-up of quality services for the management of HIV/AIDS in the Primary Health Care sector as outlined in the National Strategic Plan.The organisation’s main objectives are to support the South African Government’s HIV National Strategic Plan in its quest to achieve an AIDS-free generation in our time through: The provision of comprehensive FAMILY CENTRED HIV prevention, treatment, care and support services by supporting the Comprehensive Care Management and Treatment (CCMT) programmes in government health care centres: Work with community-based organisations around community support of the above patients thus ensuring the long-term adherence to care and treatment; Ensure those who are in care and vulnerable are able to access government social welfare or development assistance. The organisation’s secondary objective is to work in collaboration with other organisations that mainly deal with health transformation and psychosocial support of those who are vulnerable in communities served.Passion for the work we do; Compassion for the people we serve; Service excellence for all our clients and partners; Transparency and accountability; Team work, collaboration and mutual respect; An innovative approach to strategic thinking; Justice and an ethical approach to all that we do; A human rights approach to all that we do; A sustainable environment that supports staff development, growth and up-skilling to; Increase knowledge and competence; and stay abreast of new developments in the HIV fieldThe circle of life is maintained by the older generation looking after the younger generation. The ribbon loops are formed by the overlapping of the ‘heads’ of 2 ‘elders’ holding the younger generation, symbolised here as an infant. The AIDS ribbon as a theme was chosen, with the colour red to remind us of the time in the early 1980s when we had to overcome bureaucratic red tape to ensure early access to prevention, treatment, care and support – this is unfortunately still relevant today. Kheth’Impilo, which means “choose life”, was chosen to instill a positive approach in attitude to making choices about us as an organisation, about what we do in supporting our mission and vision as well as how we would like our communities and patients to make decisions which promote positive health-seeking behaviour.