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Archive for 2013

December Edition of HIV this Month

31 December 2013

Each month, we bring you the newest edition of the UNAIDS HIV this month newsletter. Welcome to UNAIDS Science now and to the twelfth issue of HIV this month! This month, you might be interested in a commentary in the Lancet  by Anthony Fauci and Hilary Marston on Achieving an […]

“Xmas time is accident time”, by if i could… intern Kyle Hiebert

23 December 2013 Children in a township of Cape Town

Creative Consulting & Development Works internship placement service, if i could…, brings talented international students and graduates to Cape Town to support South African NGOs. On 29 November, if i could… Impumelelo research intern Kyle Heibert wrote wake up call to all South Africans, and especially drivers and the traffic […]

Happy Holidays from CC&DW

20 December 2013 CC&DW Team Photo, December 2013

Happy Holidays! As the Creative Consulting & Development Works office prepares to close for the holidays from 21 December to 6 January, we would like to take this opportunity to thank you all for your support and collaboration in 2013, the anniversary of our 10th year in service of South Africa’s […]

Day of Reconciliation

16 December 2013 Reconciliation Day South Africa graphic

Today, the Day of Reconciliation, marks the 18th celebration of national unity after South Africa’s historic 1994 democratic elections. This year’s commemoration is all the more poignant, following the recent passing of former President Nelson Mandela who lives in the hearts of all South Africans, and in the hearts of […]

Impumelelo Social Innovations Centre: if i could… Host Organisation

10 December 2013 Impumelelo logo

  Creative Consulting & Development Works internship placement service, if i could…, supports South African NGOs (host organisations) by bringing talented international students and graduates to Cape Town as interns. Impumelelo Social Innovations Centre is one of our active host organisations, hosting a number of interns of the past few […]

Tata Mandela

6 December 2013 Nelson Mandela, 92nd birthday official photo

Nelson Rolihlahla Mandela, 18 July 1918 – 5 December 2013 We wish to express our deep sadness for the passing of Tata Mandela, and our heartfelt condolences to Nelson Mandela’s family, both immediate and across the country as a people. As a person of unwavering integrity in the face of […]

November Edition of HIV this Month

2 December 2013

Each month, we bring you the newest edition of the UNAIDS HIV this month newsletter. Welcome to UNAIDS Science now and to the eleventh issue of HIV this month! This month, UNAIDS together with WHO convened a Consultation with sex work networks on the place of PrEP in HIV prevention […]

December 1: World AIDS Day

1 December 2013 World AIDS Day graphic

HIV/AIDS remains one of the world’s most significant public health challenges, particularly in low-and-middle-income countries. This year’s World AIDS Day marks the beginning of a fourth decade living with this global killer. Internationally, there are more than 34 million people living with HIV, and more than 21 million people have […]

365 Days of Activism

28 November 2013 16 Days of Activism graphic 2011

  “No woman or child should be sexually harassed, beaten, raped, stabbed, shot, or attacked in any manner, anywhere in our country.” ~ South African President, Jacob Zuma According to the United Nations Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women Gender-Based Violence (GBV) is described as any act ‘that […]

“Children bear the brunt” by if i could… intern Kyle Hiebert

20 November 2013

Creative Consulting & Development Works internship placement service, if i could…, brings talented international students and graduates to Cape Town to support South African NGOs. On 15 November, Impumelelo intern Kyle Heibert wrote an impassioned call for better education in South Africa, pointing out that South Africa certainly won’t reach […]