Maternal and child health projects

Supporting organisations with a history of success in the field of maternal and infant care either through direct service delivery or supporting recruitment, training, and placement of appropriate healthcare professionals.

Alexandra Health Care and University Clinic

This is a primary healthcare centre that has served the Alexandra community for over 70 years. Read more

Witkoppen Health and Welfare Centre

This centre has been serving the surrounding communities of Diepsloot, Kya Sands, Lion Park and Cosmo City since 1946. Read more

Charlotte Maxeke Johannesburg Academic Hospital

This hospital falls under the Wits Health Consortium, supported by the Discovery Fund. It is the main teaching hospital for students within the Health Sciences faculty of the University of the Witwatersrand. Read more

Lehurutshe Wits Centre for Rural Health

This educational campus is one of the training centres used for study towards a Clinical Medicine Practice degree in the North West province. Read more

Umthombo Youth Development

This was previously known as the Friends of Mosvold Trust, established in 1995. This foundation focuses on the growing shortage of healthcare professionals working in rural areas. Read more

Philani Child Health and Nutrition Trust

This foundation was set up in 1997 to improve the health and nutritional needs of children and their caregivers through health education and capacity building interventions. Read more

Foundation for Alcohol related Research

This foundation was established in 1997 following the findings of a team of medical personnel who investigated possible causes for the alarming amounts of learning disabilities among pre-school children. Read more

Africa School of Missions

This is a non-denominational Christian training college in Mpumalanga that equips its students with healthcare skills to service rural communities. Read more

Refilwe Community Project

Situated in Lanseria on the Lindley Farm was initiated 21 years ago with the vision of assisting the poor and needy and breaking the poverty cycle in the community. Read more



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