HIV/AIDS & TB Awareness
Help to increase knowledge and awareness of HIV/AIDS & TB by volunteering for this worthwhile initiative in South Africa. Educate underpriviliged South Africans through interactive workshops on the virus and general health; as well as assisting with TB screening in underpriviliged communities.
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Aimed at educating the community about healthy nutrition and growing their own food source
Volunteers help with planting vegetables; harvesting of vegetables; maintenance of gardens; assisting with nutrition workshops; and assisting with the development of eco-friendly greenhouses.
Provide members of the local community with an easily accesible service by offering a door to door TB screening service. Volunteers help by conducting a questionnaire in the township and hand out referral letters where required.
HIV/AIDS & TB Workshops
Fighting the HIV epidemic by increasing peoples' awareness and knowledge of HIV/AIDS virus and Tuberculosis which is often the biggest threat to HIV patients.
Volunteers assist with workshops and facilitating discussions involved in workshops; as well as further development of workshops.
Interactive Educational Programmes
Teach local children about HIV/AIDS and other social issues surrounding this epidemic. Programmes are fun and interactive often using the mediums of art and drama
Volunteers assist in the facilitation of programs as well as the development of existing or future programs.
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, South Africa
Knysna is based in one of the most beautiful parts of South Africa. Stunning views, impressive mountain passes, lush green forests and white sandy beaches.
Knysna itself is nestled on the shores of the Knysna estuary - or Knysna Lagoon, as it is more commonly know. It's the most biologically diverse estuary in South Africa and home to the Knysna Seahorse, the most threatened seahorse species in the world. Knysna is also an avenue to the Tsitsikamma Forest, which stretches from just west of George to the Tsitsikamma River near Humansdorp. This indigenous forest is home to numerous fauna and flora. The forest also houses the worlds's most southerly elephants. Sadly, with only a handful of elephants left, the forset elephants are rapidly becoming part of Knysna's history, rather that Knysna's nature.
|Sunday||Free Day||Free Day|
|Monday||TB Screening||HIV/AIDS Workshop|
|Tuesday||Food Security||Interactive Educational Program|
|Wednesday||TB Screening||HIV/AIDS Workshop|
|Thursday||Food Security||Interactive Educational Program|
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