Our Voice - JPS Africa
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Our Voice

When the topic of HIV/AIDS is brought up, people tend to think the worst. Of course, it is a very serious, and deadly disease - but that shouldn’t prevent us from celebrating our positive approach in preventing the disease and caring for its many victims. Allow JPS Africa to share with...

Violence, or the threat of violence, is a lived reality for many South African women, children, and men. Between April 2014 and March 2015, over 65 000 sexual offences were reported to the South African Police Services, and over 264 000 new applications were made for interim protection orders with the Department...

South Africa has always been a country that tries to maintain a balance between opportunity and struggle. Twenty years into democracy, the health landscape is undeniably very different from the one inherited by the first democratic Government....

HIV needs no introduction in South Africa with an estimated 11.2 percent of the population infected with the virus, and high levels of new infections taking place each year.[1] Social drivers of the virus in the country include gender-based violence, the acceptance of relationships ...