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The story of Nombasa: she makes a living by making bracelets for Health Promoters

The story of Nombasa: she makes a living by making bracelets for Health Promoters

In township Khayelitsha in South Afrika lives Nombasa (18 years old). She works at the company Relate who produce the Health Promoters bracelets. Nombasa:’’Finally I was able to worry less about my income. Everytime I go to work, I get very happy. Those bracelets are so much fun to make. At the end of theRead more about The story of Nombasa: she makes a living by making bracelets for Health Promoters[…]

In the spirit of Nelson Mandela

In the spirit of Nelson Mandela

Nine organizations that further the spirit of Nelson Mandela have been named by the beautiful Dutch magazine ‘OOG VOOR AFRIKA’ (www.oogvoorafrika.nl )  and their advertisers. We, the Health Promoters are honored to be one of them. https://joom.ag/ozEY With many thanks to ‘OOG VOOR AFRIKA’ and their advertisers a must on your coffee table.  

If you wait long enough it will finally happen; Health Promoters Suriname

If you wait long enough it will finally happen; Health Promoters Suriname

If you wait long enough it will finally happen. Yesterday afternoon Edward Muller, former CEO of the Surinamese Bank in Suriname signed on behalf of his fellow co-founders, Jim Bousaid, CEO of the Hakrin Bank in Suriname and Harold Robles, co-founder of Health Promotion South Africa Trust the official papers for the creation of “StichtingRead more about If you wait long enough it will finally happen; Health Promoters Suriname[…]

First International HPV Awareness Day held in South Africa on March 2nd, 2018

First International HPV Awareness Day held in South Africa on March 2nd, 2018

International Papilloma Virus Society (IPVS) has announced the first international human papillomaviruses (HPV) awareness day. The first edition of the HPV Awareness day was on the 4th of March 2018 and annually thereafter. This year the campaign messages are HPV affects everyone and Give Love, Not HPV. “We believe love is the foundation of aRead more about First International HPV Awareness Day held in South Africa on March 2nd, 2018[…]

International Papillomavirus Society announced the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Awareness Day

International Papillomavirus Society announced the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Awareness Day

Announcement Stellenbosch, South Africa, February, 2018 International Papillomavirus Society announced the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Awareness Day Health Promotion South Africa Trust (HPSA) is honored to work with the International Papillomavirus Society, the National Institute for Communicable diseases, the institute of Infection diseases and molecular medicine, the University of Cape Town and the SAMRC Gynecological CancerRead more about International Papillomavirus Society announced the Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Awareness Day[…]

Miss Africa the Netherlands

Miss Africa the Netherlands

Our Youth Ambassador Nkazie-zimmie Dwezekile, also known as Nonka, took part in the competition Miss Africa Netherlands, on the 2nd of December this year. She already became Miss South Africa Netherlands, which is an amazing accomplishment. However she wanted to become the most beautiful African Lady of the Netherlands, which she already is. We are very proud of Nonka, our YouthRead more about Miss Africa the Netherlands[…]

Dutch news channel, RTLnieuws #StopOrphanagetourism

Dutch news channel, RTLnieuws #StopOrphanagetourism

A Dutch news channel, RTLnieuws, recently published an article about voluntourism, something that has been going on for quite some time now. The reason to publish this article is because of the new campaign of Unicef: #StopOrphanagetourism (translated from Dutch). This article stresses that voluntourism is doing more harm than good to vulnerable groups, likeRead more about Dutch news channel, RTLnieuws #StopOrphanagetourism[…]