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Health Education: a Neglected Area of Human Rights

Health Education: a Neglected Area of Human Rights

The poorest of the poor are the hardest to reach. They lack many of the basics for survival, such as food and water, but foremost among the basic human rights left unfulfilled is access to preventative health education. In many countries with fragile social systems, disadvantaged families and communities have nowhere to turn for evenLees meer overHealth Education: a Neglected Area of Human Rights[…]

Start of HPSA’S new women’s programme GrowStronger!

Start of HPSA’S new women’s programme GrowStronger!

On Thursday, 21st September, 2017, HPSA launched their new women’s upliftment programme called GrowStronger! at our Health Information Centre in Khayelitsha, Cape Town. 14 very enthusiastic ladies (see above) attended this first session, led by Senior Health Promoters Xoliswa Mhobo and Vuyelwa Mgidi. The women come from some of the poorest, most vulnerable areas ofLees meer overStart of HPSA’S new women’s programme GrowStronger![…]

Health Promotion South Africa Trust honored by President Barack Obama

Health Promotion South Africa Trust honored by President Barack Obama

Announcement Stellenbosch, South Africa, December 2016   Health Promotion South Africa Trust honored by President Barack Obama. President Barack Obama recently honored the Health Promotion South Africa Trust (HPSA) and its co-Founder and special advisor. In a personal statement from the White House addressed to Dr. h.c. Harold Robles, the President hailed the activities ofLees meer overHealth Promotion South Africa Trust honored by President Barack Obama[…]