The 90-90-90 Compendium Volume 4: Healthy me, healthy us: a guide for community members about good health and staying healthy with chronic illness

Health Systems Trust

This volume of Health Systems Trust’s 90-90-90 Compendium offers a handy resource for community health workers and caregivers, community-based and faith-based organisations, and other networked associations, to share with community members about good health and staying healthy with chronic illness.

November 14, 2018
Year of publication
2018
Resource types
Programmatic guidance, Tools
Countries
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Health Systems Trust, 90-90-90 targets, community health workers (CHWs), caregivers, community-based organizations, Faith-Based Organizations

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This first volume of the 90-90-90 Compendium is targeted at a wide range of readers in South Africa, including community members and/or politicians with no medical background.

Ukuba sempilweni lilungelo lethu singabantu. Zininzi izinto esingazenza singabantu kwakunye nabahlali ukuzigcina sisempilweni kangangoko. Oku kuya kuqinisekisa ukuba singakwazi ukuphila impilo ende enolonwabo kwaye sinakekele abo sibathandayo.

The purpose of this guide is to provide a resource for clinicians on the ground who manage HIV and TB clients on a daily basis.

This volume of Health Systems Trust’s 90-90-90 Compendium offers a handy resource for community health workers and caregivers, community-based and faith-based organisations, and other networked associations, to share with community members about their role in combating the HIV epidemic.

Ukuba nempilo kuyilungelo lethu njengabantu. Kunezinto eziningi esingazenza njengabantu ngabodwana kanye nemiphakathi ukuze sihlale siphile ngendlela esingakwazi ukuthi senze ngayo.

This guide is one of a series of good practice guides, and contains information, strategies and resources to help HIV programmers implement HIV programming for adolescents.

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