BARAA: Empowering Communities
Matibabu Foundation, Western Kenya
Matibabu Journey: Building Stronger Systems
Matibabu Journey: Improving Service Delivery and Community Health Outreach
NOPE Kenya Portrait
Strengthening Health Services: Matibabu Foundation Kenya
EIFDDA is an alliance of ten faith-based organizations (FBOs) that strives to address the most pressing challenges of Ethiopian society. This video outlines EIFDDA's goals and work to meet the most significant needs of the community through interfaith mobilization.
This video highlights the way in which
TA-NPI helped to strengthen the network of religious groups within EIFDDA. This allowed the members of EIFDDA to work more effectively together toward common goals, like providing HIV services.
This video highlights both Sophumelela's holistic care program for people living with and affected by HIV and the technical assistance the organization has received from TA-NPI. The technical assistance has helped Sophumelela assess its needs, strengthen internal systems, and better serve its community.
This video profiles Dignity House, a palliative care facility for Sophumelela's critically ill HIV clients. Opened with support from PEPFAR through the NPI grant, Dignity House provides critical health and HIV support services, which are unparalleled in the Eastern Cape. With help from TA-NPI, Dignity House has strong systems to deliver its services and support and this has led to tremendous success—nearly all patients who have come to Dignity House have returned home. The video introduces several former Dignity House residents, who explain how the specialized care and support received has saved and improved their lives, enabling them to thrive with dignity and respect.
In this video, we present the growth of Sophumelela's holistic support program. With funding from PEPFAR through the NPI grant, this organization now offers comprehensive services for people living with HIV and their families. The video highlights expanded counseling and testing services via mobile and satellite sites, a palliative care facility for critically ill AIDS patients, home-based care services, youth HIV prevention peer education, employment support, skills building, job creation and placement, and the creation of a day care facility and primary school.
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