Provincial Government. Private Sector. The partnership against AIDS. We can make a difference
"Community Care and Support for AIDS. Community support to the family. Many families reach out to friends, NGOs, religious groups and traditional healers for advice and help. Community organisations, schools and clinics can also help. The family may need help from other government services. How does it work? 1. Local Government co-ordinates all activities, ensuring the full range of community care and support. 2. Community groups will have to offer care, support, help and acceptance in special ways. Religious Groups, Youth, Women, Civics, Traditional Healers and AIDS support groups support the affected family. Orphaned children are the top priority. 3, Non Governmental Organisations also provide services funded by government and other donors. This includes Home-Based Care services. 4. The private sector can add to these efforts. Government Services should offer: Counselling and advice for planning for the future, especially care of children. Fostering and adoption of orphans. Child support allowances for children under 7 years old. Disability Grants for those who are very ill with AIDS. Building community support for affected families. Government services need to be accessible locally. Government Departments need to co-ordinate their services. A community-led committee should ensure that all NGO and local and provincial government services are accessible and co-ordinated to meet the needs of the family. People with AIDS and their families need to play a key role."
Mashinini, Zanele (artist)Nhlabatsi, Mzwakhe (artist)
Illustration in the shape of a circle. Scenes include people playing sports, family life, etc. A the bottom edge of the circle two hands reach up.
AIDS Education Collection
AIDS (Disease)--Government policyCaricatures and cartoonsCommunity health servicesCompassionSocial advocacy
Gauteng AIDS Promotion
Gauteng, South Africa
84.5cm x 59.5cm
University of Rochester, River Campus Libraries, Department of Rare Books, Special Collections & Preservation
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