PiNSA is a voluntary Non-Profit Organisation (NPO) South African patient driven association dealing with Primary Immunodeficiencies (PID).Continue reading →
On behalf of the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET), HIGHER HEALTH works with Universities South Africa (USAf) and the South African College and Principals Organisation (SACPO).We achieve our goals in partnership with allied government agencies, the private sector, UN and other development agencies and civil society formations.
In 2019, HIGHER HEALTH emerged from the Higher Education and Training HIV and AIDS Programme (HEAIDS), which was established in early 2000s by the then Department of Education and international development partners in order to reduce the impact of HIV/TB on higher education. Prevention of HIV/TB and effective treatment for students living with HIV/TB was a central feature of HEAIDS programme and remains one of the seven core focus areas of HIGHER HEALTH. Since 2014, the organisation has diversified its programme to take account of a range of health, wellness and developmental challenges that confront students and to promote wellness in a more holistic manner.
DEFSA is the Design Education Forum of Southern Africa. The non-profit organisation provides a platform for academics in the design education sector to engage in research, best practice and networking through various mechanisms including a biennial conference, workshops and an interactive website that hosts peer reviewed and published research papers. Our members span a range of creative disciplines including architecture and interior design, photography, film, multimedia, industrial product design, ceramics, graphic design, clothing, textile and jewellery design, and software UX.Continue reading →
Stroke Survivors Foundation is a national non-profit organisation that provides physical and emotional support for stroke survivors, their families and caregivers.
They support people of all ages and life stages affected by stroke, offer much-needed family support and provide access to a comprehensive network of rehabilitation experts so that you can embrace life post-stroke.Continue reading →
The role of the NIHSS is to broadly enhance and support the Humanities and Social Sciences (HSS) in South Africa and beyond, as well as to advise government and civil society on HSS related matters. It will do so through its various programmes, including the Doctoral Schools, Catalytic Projects, African Pathways Programme, and through supporting the Department of Higher Education and Training (DHET) in the implementation of the proposed corrective interventions.Continue reading →
The DMASA, a Section 21 company dedicated to the protection and development of the Interactive and Direct Marketing Industry.Continue reading →
The Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry NPC was established in 1856 and is the oldest and largest metropolitan chamber in Africa. As a business-based and member-focused organisation, they work to protect and promote the interests of the eThekwini business community.Continue reading →
The SA Vaccination and Immunisation Centre (SAVIC) was established in 2003 at the Medical University of Southern Africa (now the Sefako Makgatho Health Sciences University [SMU]), as a network of partners in the field of vaccination and immunisation with the overall aim of supporting immunisation services.
SAVIC is a public-private academic partnership between the National Department of Health (NDoH), the vaccine industry, academic institutions and other stakeholders. SAVICs activities are undertaken in close collaboration with the NDoH and the WHO, thereby ensuring that all training of HCWs follows national and WHO guidelines.Continue reading →
BirdLife Northern Gauteng / Gauteng-Noord is an affiliate bird club of BirdLife South Africa and is a home for birders of all ages, interests and skill levels. Our activities include day outings, weekend and longer trips to special birding destinations, a monthly evening meeting, courses on bird identification, and opportunities to contribute to citizen science and conservationContinue reading →
Down Syndrome South Africa (DSSA)is a non-profit organisation (NPO 009-415) and was formed in 1986 as the national umbrella body and parent advocacy organisation and lobby group for the constitutional rights of persons with Down syndrome and other intellectual disabilities. DSSA currently has 12 regional associations and support groups throughout the country that provides services to persons with Down syndrome, developmental delays and their families.Continue reading →