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Theater show Water4Life emphasises importance of clean water in South Africa

Theater show Water4Life emphasises importance of clean water in South Africa

Amsterdam, the Netherlands, 8 October 2019 – In the framework of the Amsterdam International WaterWeek, which will be held from 4 to 8 November 2019, a theatre group from South Africa calls attention to the importance of clean drinking water and sanitation in its homeland. This show is the result of the collaboration between AmsterdamLees meer overTheater show Water4Life emphasises importance of clean water in South Africa[…]

BREAKING NEWS – Health Promoters Educational Theater will be coming to the Netherlands.

BREAKING NEWS – Health Promoters Educational Theater will be coming to the Netherlands.

We are honored to inform our friends around the world that Health Promoters Educational Theater will be coming to the Netherlands. Invited by Amsterdam International Water Week, World Water Net and Nijhuis Industries, 5 talented young people from South Africa will be performing during he International Water Week in Amsterdam.   The play “Water 4Lees meer overBREAKING NEWS – Health Promoters Educational Theater will be coming to the Netherlands.[…]

Health Promoters and Promentis team up for mental healthcare in South African townships

Health Promoters and Promentis team up for mental healthcare in South African townships

Stellenbosch, South Africa, 18 July, 2019 Health Promotion South Africa Trust (HPSA) and Promentis Healthcare have made a promising start with introducing education about mental health and addiction in South African townships. Health Promoters has been working very hard over the past years to arrive where they are today with their educators on the groundLees meer overHealth Promoters and Promentis team up for mental healthcare in South African townships[…]

Queuing up for Life Changing Health Education

Queuing up for Life Changing Health Education

On a normal Monday morning at the Health Information Center in Khayelitsha. Clients, predominately women are queuing up for registration to receive Basic Health Education. Some have come from far after hearing from family and friends the difference the Health Promoters are making. After registration they will be placed in groups that will take theLees meer overQueuing up for Life Changing Health Education[…]

Health Promoters welcome King Letsie III of Lesotho

Health Promoters welcome King Letsie III of Lesotho

Health Promoters welcome King Letsie III of Lesotho On Saturday 15 June dr. h.c. Harold Robles, co-founder of Health Promotion South Africa Trust, was given the honorable task to represent consul general Jan Hak at the official reception of King Letsie III of Lesotho in the Netherlands. Recently the Health Promoters also have a branchLees meer overHealth Promoters welcome King Letsie III of Lesotho[…]

Health Promotion South Africa Trust (HPSA) now affiliated with the United Nations

Health Promotion South Africa Trust (HPSA) now affiliated with the United Nations

Stellenbosch, South Africa / Oostvoorne, the Netherlands, 9 may, 2019 – The Department of Global Communications (DGC) Civil Associations, the Department of the United Nations that is responsible for joint ventures with private organizations, has added Health Promotion South Africa Trust (HPSA) to its list of affiliated institutions. This list only contains private organizations thatLees meer overHealth Promotion South Africa Trust (HPSA) now affiliated with the United Nations[…]

Health Promoters honored with Royal visit

Health Promoters honored with Royal visit

From left to right: Ralf Meppelder, Director of castle de Wittenburg, H.H. Princess Anita van Oranje-Nassau-Van Vollenhoven, the Dutch Couturier Ronald Kolk, Martine van Loon Labouchère, former grand mistress of the Royal Family and dr. Harold Robles. Photocredits: Andreas Schönke. On Monday, April 8, Dutch couturier Ronald Kolk presented the first copy of a scarfLees meer overHealth Promoters honored with Royal visit[…]

The second international Human Papillomavirus  (HPV) Awareness Day

The second international Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Awareness Day

The International Papillomavirus Society (IPVS) is a globally respected professional society devoted to research on HPV and HPV-related disease, international education, public awareness and improved HPV prevention and management strategies. IPVS serves as the organizational structure for biomedical scientists and physicians engaged in all manner of papillomavirus research. IPVS promotes translational research of basic andLees meer overThe second international Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Awareness Day[…]