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NMMU Emmanuel Haven Living Lab
NMMU Emmanuel Haven Living Lab
NMMU Emmanuel Haven Living Lab
NMMU Emmanuel Haven Living Lab
NMMU Emmanuel Haven Living Lab
NMMU Emmanuel Haven Living Lab
NMMU Emmanuel Haven Living Lab
NMMU Emmanuel Haven Living Lab
NMMU Emmanuel Haven Living Lab
NMMU Emmanuel Haven Living Lab
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NMMU Emmanuel Haven Living Lab

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These slides describe a Living Lab project in Motherwell, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. The project aims to use ICT as an enabler in an under-serviced community.

These slides describe a Living Lab project in Motherwell, Port Elizabeth, South Africa. The project aims to use ICT as an enabler in an under-serviced community.

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  • 1. Home based care workers Using ICT as an enabler Arbour day NMMU students hard at work Founder membersPJ Powers visiting MEC of Public Works visiting Appreciation Ambassadors
  • 2. Research  and  Community   Engagement  Project   Prof Darelle van Greunen School of ICT
  • 3. NMMU-­‐EMMANUEL  HAVEN   LIVING  LAB  
  • 4. What  happens  at  Emmanuel  Haven?  •  Established   primarily   to   deal   with   the   growing   number   of   adults   and   children   infected   or   affected   by   HIV   and   AIDS.   It   func?ons   with   strategic   partners   and   is   funded  through  a  Trust  founded  by  Dr  Mamisa  Chabula-­‐Nxiweni  in  2004.  •  Provide  preven?on,  treatment,  care  and  support  to  the  community.  •  To  create  an  enabling  environment  for  mi?ga?ng  the  health,  psychological  and   socio-­‐economic  impact  of  HIV  and  AIDS  on  the  family  and  community.  
  • 5. THERE  IS  AN  ANSWER  –  LET  US  PUT   THE  PAST  BEHIND  US.     THE  POWER  OF  APPRECIATION   PJ  POWERS   PJ  Powers  is  involved  with  Emmanuel  Haven  engaging   with  the  Youth  on  general  wellness.    She  is  currently   working  with  a  selected  group  of  Youth  for  a  period  of   12  months.    The  aim  of  the  AppreciaTon  Ambassadors   program  is  to  focus  on  personal  wellness,  being   appreciaTve  and  living  Ubuntu.  
  • 6. WanTng  to  know  more?  Contact:    Prof  Darelle  van  Greunen    Email:    Darelle.vanGreunen@nmmu.ac.za    Mobile:  +27  82  5642  356    

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