HOPE Cape Town projects helping in the fight to prevent HIV/AIDS
HOPE Cape Town conducts a variety of prevention and awareness training courses, all tailored to the needs of the organisation requesting it. The topics covered range from purely prevention, to awareness, treatment options, peer-to-peer training, as well as medical questions and advice regarding HIV/AIDS policies.
HOPE Cape Town considers prevention to be an essential part of combating the HIV/AIDS pandemic. Treatment only makes sense if a prevention programme is also in place, and prevention efforts should focus on both the infected and the uninfected.
HOPE Cape Town has conducted workshops in the past for the Arabella-Sheraton Group in South Africa, Grand Roche Hotel (Paarl), TotalGaz South Africa, Fountain House (house for mentally handicapped people), various NGO's and schools, church communities and medical institutions among others.
For NGO's, the training is for free (travel costs apply if it is far away from Cape Town). Companies usually give an appropriate donation, determined by themselves. HOPE Cape Town is aware that there is a growing market of so called "professionals" earning quite a substantial income on such training. We feel that NGO's, which live on the support of companies, should give back to them in the form of training and knowledge. Only then can a real and meaningful partnership develop.
HOPE Cape Town is delivering its courses and workshops on request only. Please contact us at office@hopecapetown for more information.