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110606 s nbrochure


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110606 s nbrochure

  1. 1. Locally-designed tested Isihlangu Health and Development Agency The Ishilangu Health and Development Agency is a local, non-profit organization with a commitment to the young people and women improving interventions the of KwaZulu Natal. Our mission is to deliver high-quality, locally designed and tested, socio-economic status culturally-appropriate interventions that reproductive improve the lives of young people and women. health ...Connect with IHDA By phone: 27 (0)835657378 By email: accredited training By mail: 417 Anton Lembede (Smith) Street 1114 Sangro House Durban, 4001 vulnerable Improving lives the of Online: marginalized people young young South Africa in On Mxit
  2. 2. Isihlangu Health and Development Agency (CK2007/085151/23) is an equal partnership company that was formed in 2007 to contribute to the development of young people Who we are Our objectives are Trainings offered: Mr. Emmanuel Mbatha has vast experience in community development, in particular to provide programme To deliver high quality locally designed and Facilitation intervention that contributes to the socio-economic and tested interventions that contribute to  Understanding life-skills health development of vulnerable, rural young people and improving socio-economic and reproductive  Developing skills for effective facilitation women. He has worked in the welfare field for over 15 years, health capabilities of young people.  Essential communication skills : reading, writing, and and has developed extensive skills in networking and building presentation links and associations with different sectors, and stakeholders To participate in and contribute to research  Fundamental group processes and ethics in communities. that aims to improve the socio-economic  Community needs assessments Ms. Kasthuri Govender is a professionally qualified and situation, and reproductive health status of  Participatory community development registered social worker with the SA Council for Social young people. Service Professions (registration number 10-00707). She has worked with and managed several welfare, and development To provide nationally accredited training to programmes in KwaZulu Natal targeting orphans and vulnerable and marginalised young people in vulnerable children, rural women and young people, and HIV order to enhance their employability skills and AIDS counsellors in rural hospitals. She is a registered assessor with the HWSETA (HW591AR1001239) What we do Partnership IHDA develops module content in IHDA partnered with the Department of accordance with specifications set by the Lifeskills Education and the Population Council to develop, deliver and evaluate the Siyakha Health Workers and Training Sector  Community Mapping Nentsha programme, which provides context  Communicating Education and Training Author, specific strategies to the enhance financial and  Knowing yourself economic skills, HIV and AIDS and (HWSETA). The HWSETA has approved  STIs, HIV and AIDS reproductive health knowledge, social support,  Rights and responsibilities the content material and training methods and future life options of young people in KZN  Reproductive rights who face high risk of HIV infection, teenage of IHDA’s programme. Training modules  Gender training pregnancy, school drop-out, absence of specific  Social capital can be bundled for specific needs and job related skills, and unemployment.  Accessing identity documents and social grants Siyakha Nentsha has proven to be a positive environments.  Stress force in young people’s lives. The programme evaluation showed changes in participants’ lives, including safer sexual behaviours, better Financial literacy financial skills, access to social grants, and  Using math and statistics for everyday situations more social inclusion. Programmes like this  Collecting, recording and interpreting data one can give young people useable skills that  Managing personal finance reduce their possibilities of getting HIV, and  Essentials Business Skills also increase their financial empowerment and  Job search skills their ability to cope with the stresses of  Social grants growing up in a challenging environment.  CV/resume preparation isihlangu