The purpose of this study is to determine whether the Humana TCE programme has made a significant impact on communities where it has been implemented in terms of improving knowledge about HIV and AIDS, attitudes of personal empowerment and healthy behaviour within the context of the epidemic, and changing sexual and health seeking behaviours.
The evaluation also sets out to identify any additional effects, both positive and negative, and whether positive impacts are likely to be sustained over time.
This evaluation of the Networks of Hope Program was conducted by Rural Outreach and Development Services (ROADS). ROADS was contracted by Pact on behalf of USAID to evaluate the World Vision’s Network of Hope (NOH) Program for addressing the needs of OVC in six Area Develop Projects (ADP) with the goal of improving their quality of life and resilience in the face of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in South Africa.
Gender-based violence and sexual assault in South Africa is a widespread dilemma that leaves many women, children and other vulnerable people traumatized and helpless. In response, Thuthuzela Care Centers (TCCs) work with survivors and providers alike to tackle this epidemic.
While South Africa has dramatically improved access to education over the past decade, the quality of education remains very poor. In response, Bridges to the Future Initiative in South Africa (BFI-SA) is designing an interactive, computer-based learning tool improve literacy rates among primary grade learners.
While South Africa has dramatically improved access to education over the past decade, the quality of education remains very poor. TARMII-FP will work to address this problem by providing teachers with a computer-based assessment tool that will help teachers to more effectively address individual student learning needs in reading.
Last updated: October 15, 2014