Monthly Archives: April 2017

Why does a Rural Mental Health Campaign exist?*

The Rural Mental Health Campaign (RMHC) was started in 2014 by a group of organisations including RHAP who are advocates for rural health as well as mental health care services in South Africa. Today’s active members of the RMHC are RuRESA, the South African Mental Health Federation, RHAP, RuDASA, Cape Mental Health, PRIME and the Psychology De ...

RHAP Vacancy: Operations Coordinator

Main purpose of the job: To contribute to the smooth running of the Rural Health Advocacy Project (RHAP) by providing administrative and financial support in compliance with WHC policies and regulations. To coordinate and develop communication outputs. Location Rural Health Advocacy Project, Rosebank Key performance areas: – Provide finan ...
Cutting Human Resources for Health – Who Pays?

Cutting Human Resources for Health – Who Pays?

This report shows both the gravity and the complexity of the HRH crisis for rural communities in South Africa. While many of the challenges described affect health services at all levels and in urban and peri-urban areas as well, it is clear that rural South Africans are uniquely vulnerable to the effects of staffing cuts, and disproportionatel ...