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Emergency Trolleys for Khayelitsha Hospital

November 17, 2017 Medical Support
Gift of the Givers handed over five emergency trolleys with accompanying mattresses to Khayelitsha Hospital today. This is the beginning of a new relationship with a facility that is recognised for its excellent…

15/11/2017 - St Martins School

November 16, 2017 Education Support
This is St Martins School in Port Shepstone. A school for deaf, autistic and general learning disabilities. The kids come from disadvantaged backgrounds. The school hosts a party once a year for them. We supported them…

15/11/2017 - New Covenant Development Centre

November 16, 2017 Ease the Hunger
Our team in Lenasia delivered 30 Food Parcels and TFG Blankets to autistic children and their caregivers at the New Covenant Development Centre in Orange Park.

15/11/2017 - David's Care 4U Centre

November 16, 2017 Ease the Hunger
50 Food Parcels delivered to the physical challenged at David's Care 4 U Centre in Doornkop, Soweto.

Projects - Primary Health Care Clinics

"If the people cannot get to health services then the health services must get to the people"

This was the philosophy behind the innovation of the world's first containerised primary health care unit by Gift of the Givers Foundation in 1994. Cost effective, all weather proof, low maintenance, easily transportable, rapidly deployed, aesthetically acceptable and conveniently accessible. This was the rationale behind this practically relevant innovation which led to efficient utilisation by rural masses in South Africa.

Deploying the prototype in PARTNERSHIP with the South African Government in May 1995, in Kwa Pata, Edendale, Pietermaritzburg (KwaZulu Natal), 20 such units were deployed in a 10 year period in various parts of South Africa, collectively averaging 500 000 patients per year. Services include minor ailments, immunisations, wound treatments, burn care, screening for hypertension and diabetes, pap smears, antenatal care, counselling services, specialist psychiatric care for the elderly, TB patient follow up and a range of primary care services.

Other units include Alexandra, Tembisa (3), Atteridgeville, Kagiso, Eikenhof, Koolfontein, Ratanda, Rietvallei, Tarlton, Zenzele and Badirile (Gauteng); Botshabelo (Free State); Emfundweni (KwaZulu Natal); Riemvasmaak, Holpan and Barkly West(2) (Northern Cape).

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