Community SRH&R with women and young people


Young people remain at the forefront of the HIV and AIDS epidemic in the region. There is widespread agreement that insufficient attention has been paid to structural issues in prevention.

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Integration of SRH&R and HIV programming and services


SAT and partner organisations’ programming around Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights(SRHR) and HIV integration, will be focusing on improvement of women and youth access to SRHR.

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Community Dialogues for health and rights


While global dialogue on the integration of SRHR and HIV and on the rights associated with both is widespread and frequent, platforms for regional, national and community level dialogue are weak.

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    Southern African Aids Trust launches First “Community Matters” book on World Aids Day

    JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA: On 1st December 2014 – which is the global World Aids Day, the Southern African Aids Trust (SAT) – launched its first Community Matters book, to an audience of NGOs, partners and media. The event was held at the Hyatt Regent hotel in Rosebank. Community Matters – the book that has been described as “a labour of love” by Jonathan Gunthorp – Executive Director of SAT, is a publication aimed at celebrating communities while stimulating community-driven activism mainly against the global scourge of HIV/Aids.

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    SAT wins Collaboration Award at annual TrustLaw Awards Ceremony

    London (4 November 2014)

    The Thomson Reuters Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the world’s biggest news and information provider, announced today that TrustLaw has generated $54 million worth of free legal support globally for non-profit organisations and social enterprises in its first four years. CEO Monique Villa confirmed the rapid growth and expansion of the programme.

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    International AIDS Conference 2014

    20-25 July 2014

    This year SAT will be joining WHO in presenting at the International Aids Conference held in Melbourne, Australia.

    The International AIDS Conference is the premier gathering for those working in the field of HIV, as well as policy makers, persons living with HIV and other individuals committed to ending the pandemic. It is a chance to assess where we are, evaluate recent scientific developments and lessons learnt, and collectively chart a course forward.


JOB ALERT | Regional Advocacy Officer

Regional Advocacy Officer The Southern African AIDS Trust (SAT) is a 25 year-old NGO partnering with approximately 100 communities and CBOs to increase the reach and quality of SRHR and HIV programming for women and girls and adolescents and young …

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