eMPathy Trust Southern Africa is registered as a Non Profit Organisation (092-132-NPO). Your support will help:
- reduce HIV incidence among the youth
- increase the capacity of teachers, peer educators, home based carers to become agents of change in their communities
- those who are already living with HIV/AIDS to live with dignity and respect
- create schools and/or communities, which serve as places of care and support, to respond appropriately to the range of psychosocial issues related to and exacerbated by HIV/AIDS
Our materials and methods give key role players the practical skills, critical insights, sensitivity and confidence they require in order to make a significant difference in the lives of those who are infected with or affected by HIV/AIDS.
Your support will help to:
- implement, sustain and monitor eMpathy Trust ‘s in-service Comprehensive HIV/AIDS training programmes for teachers in schools and ensure that they are equipped with the knowledge, skills, values and confidence to implement effective HIV/AIDs education in their classrooms and school communities
- provide pre- service training through eMPathy Trust’s Comprehensive HIV/AIDS training programmes at tertiary level, i.e. universities and technikons
- design and implement eMPathy training programmes for community based, nongovernmental and governmental organisations, which work with children and youth, so that they can provide effective HIV/AIDS education, treatment, care and support for these children.
- provide training for HIV/AIDS in the workplace in the form of programmes for the corporate sector that concentrate on issues such as disclosure and addressing stigma as a barrier to support
- develop new training programmes and materials for specific target groups. eMPathy Trust is currently developing a training programme for peer educators, for example.
- provide additional support to a particular project or initiative which you already support. eMPathy Trust can provide assistance and training for the HIV/AIDS education component of that project or organisation.
Contact us at the details below for more detailed information on our programmes.
You may call or write to:
Email Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Postal Address: PO Box 807, Richmond, 3780, KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
Contact number: Cell number: +27 0825563668