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January 27, 2016

Basic Function of Position

December 15, 2015


The USAID/South Africa (SA) Health Office (HO) manages one of the largest President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) programs in the world. In order to achieve an AIDS-free generation, USAID supports health systems strengthening (HSS) activities such as South Africa’s efforts to re-engineer primary health care (PHC) and reach universal health coverage. Specifically, the PHC Specialist is responsible for the following:
- Overseeing HSS activities focused on strengthening PHC and district health systems.
October 27, 2015

USAID is working in partneship with the South African government to provide support to SA's Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions that are expected to rise dramatically due to the growing economy that is dependent on fossil fuel.

August 20, 2015

USAID Southern Africa Mission Director Cheryl Anderson joined University of Johannesburg (UJ) Vice Chancellor Dr. Ihron Rensburg, the EU Ambassador Roeland van de Geer and Bernadette Moffat, the Executive Director of ELMA Philanthropies to launch the newly expanded and renovated Funda Ujabule campus.  During her speech Ms. Anderson remarked that the United States, through the US Agency for International Development (USAID) is committed to working with South Africa to improve learning outcomes for South African learners. USAID is delighted to support the University of Johannesburg in its efforts to offer aspiring teachers a unique combination of theoretical knowledge and practical hands-on experience in the classroom. She further mentioned that USAID is excited to partner with UJ and the ELMA Foundation to support the university’s pioneering work with Funda Ujabule, and to expand their teaching school approach to the University of Mpumalanga’s Teacher Education Campus in Siyabuswa to allow more aspiring teachers a unique opportunity to work with children in classrooms throughout their time at university.

June 2, 2015

Brothers for Life, in partnership with SABC Education, are launching a weekly half hour talk show on all local language radio stations of the SABC. The show, “Brothers are talking”, aims to stimulate dialogue and get men involved in preventing new HIV infections, stopping gender-based violence, and promoting responsible fatherhood.


Last updated: February 01, 2016

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