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South Africa must learn from Covid-19, not just move on

A new report released today, on Universal Health Coverage Day, by Rural Health Advocacy Project reveals that the health system disruptions caused by the Covid-19 pandemic compromised the gains made in many programmes in this sector. It also highlighted various inequities in the current structure of the health system

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RURAL HEALTH CHAMPIONS

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Join RHAP in commemorating Youth Month, on Thursday the 4th of July 2024

Early pregnancy and birth rates have been increasing in South Africa over the last few years. This disproportionality affects adolescent girls in rural areas. It […]

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How health apps can make sure more young people get screened for TB

We live in a world where many people do everything on their cellphones, using apps: banking, social media, entertainment, netflix, uber … the list goes […]

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Budget takes steps in the right direction (New gallery example)

22 February 2024 The Rural Health Advocacy Project acknowledges the efforts of Finance Minister EnochGodongwana in delivering his 2024 budget vote this week.

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RURAL HEALTH CHAMPION: tackling TB one patient at a time

For doctors working in South Africa’s rural areas, TB remains a significant challenge. Aside from the immense geographical barriers, which means that patients often needing […]

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From Passion to Purpose: Lungi Gamede’s Journey as a nurse

Nurses are the unsung heroes of rural communities, where access to healthcare can be limited and the challenges they face are unique. In these areas, […]

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Budget takes steps in the right direction but we need more details Mr Finance Minister

22 February 2024 The Rural Health Advocacy Project acknowledges the efforts of Finance Minister EnochGodongwana in delivering his 2024 budget vote this week. As champions […]

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