Congratulations to our Facilitator Susanna Botha for attending and completing the four day General Training course on Substance Abuse and Addiction in January 2021 as well as the four-day Parenting Skills Training from 22 to 25 February 2021 as part of the Rural Development Support Program sponsored by Misereor, Bishops Lenten Appeal, and Missio. Congratulations alsoContinue reading “Staff Achievements”
Dr. Lloyd and the team conducting training at Mseleni Hospital. Keep up the great work!
ARRCs Social and Behaviour Change project with DSD and SANAC is still going strong! Despite challenges due to Covid-19 Lockdown restrictions, our facilitators have managed to continue their much needed work, providing health information and services to the community, and have exceeded their expected targets despite Covid-19. The project is in its fifth phase and hasContinue reading “UPDATE: DSD/SANAC Project still going strong!”
The ARRC family would like to give a very warm welcome to two new Provincial Facilitators, Susanna Spires (Western Cape province) and Oupa Zitha (Mpumalanga province). Susanna and Oupa have been working on the DSD/SANAC project, alongside the rest of our facilitators, for a couple of months now and have been making exceptional strides. ARRCContinue reading “Meet our New Members!”
Making Comprehensive Sexuality Education accessible to Adolescents and Young People with Disabilities
A huge thank you to the Uren family from Currentlydotcom for the donation of surgical masks! These masks will ensure that the communities we aid are protected and have these vital resources available to them in these difficult times. – From ARRC and our community, we thank you.
We are proud to announce we will be hosting a networking zone titled “Disability Networking Zone” at the 23rd International AIDS Conference. Join us from 6-10 July, below is our program schedule. See you there! #AIDS2020Virtual
Our donation of 25 liters of hand sanitizer has reached Little Eden! This will go a long way to help ensure the safety of the residents and staff during this COVID-19 pandemic. A big thank you to everyone involved in this, including Sandra Khumalo. For more information on Little Eden, visit https://littleeden.org.za