CARE's work in South Africa
CARE started working in South Africa in 1994, when high HIV prevalence and a lack of access to basic healthcare and education were perpetuating cycles of under-development. We work with communities and local organisations on programmes to prevent HIV infection and strengthen healthcare provision, raising awareness about HIV testing and counselling and supporting caregivers. We also help poor families through conservation farming projects; climate change adaptation; village savings and loan associations; and social accountability initiatives to help poor communities make themselves heard by policy-makers.
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