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South Africa

  • USAID/Southern Africa Deputy Mission Director, Alonzo Wind at the 8th SA AIDS Conference Satellite Session on achieving the 90-90-90 targets for TB key populations

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  • South African Deputy President Cyril Ramaphosa; Health Minister, Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi; and UNAIDS Executive Director, Mr. Michel Sidibe look on as Chargé d'Affaires of the U.S. Embassy, Ms. Jessica Lapenn signs the National Strategic Plan

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  • Cast members of the TB movie "The Lucky Specials"

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  • Teachers discussing sexual health curriculum at DREAMS training

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  • Nelson Mandela Children Hospital launch

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  • Buddy "BEAT TB" Launch at Brooklyn Chest Hospital in Cape Town

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  • An electro-magnetic spectrometer is used during helicopter flights over the Ramotswa Aquifer

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  • Nal’ibali (isiXhosa for “here’s the story”) is a national reading-for-enjoyment campaign supported by USAID to spark children’s potential through storytelling and reading.

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ASPIRES program counsellor, Rebecca Ledwaba, explains the importance of Vhutshilo and Financial Literacy.
Increasing Financial Security for Vulnerable South Africans
Mahlaku Ratau and her mother Matloe Ratau, participants in the “Let’s Talk” program
Parenting in South Africa Amid the Threat of HIV
PEPFAR STORY 4 MASTER
PEPFAR Story 4

About South Africa

Almost two decades after the end of apartheid, the South African Government continues to uphold the rights of its citizens and to invest heavily in the wellbeing of its people. The country plays a key economic and political role on the continent, but faces many challenges, including unemployment, HIV/AIDS, crime and corruption. USAID programs strengthen small- and medium-sized enterprises, create employment, improve learning and job skills, promote basic education, combat gender-based violence, and promote HIV/AIDS care, prevention and treatment.

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Evaluations for South Africa

Last updated: July 19, 2017

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