South Africa has the largest HIV patient cohort in the world and is helping to lead the way in gaining access to new treatments for multidrug-resistant tuberculosis (MDR-TB).
In KwaZulu-Natal province, our project’s community-oriented approach is to increase integrated HIV testing and TB screening, as well as access and adherence to HIV treatment.
The Khayelitsha project near Cape Town continues to develop and implement treatment regimens for MDR-TB and innovative models of care for patients living with HIV and TB.
Our team focuses on developing models of care to support specific at-risk groups, such as pregnant women and their infants, adolescents and men.
PEOPLE TREATED FOR HIV
PEOPLE STARTED ON TREATMENT FOR TB
PEOPLE TREATED AFTER INCIDENTS OF SEXUAL VIOLENCE