About RITSHIDZE

“Ritshidze” — meaning “Saving Our Lives” in TshiVenda — has been developed by people living with HIV and activists to hold the South African government and aid agencies accountable to improve overall HIV and TB service delivery.

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Job advert: Community Monitor 2024

Are you interested in joining our team as a Community Monitor? We are looking for dedicated and enthusiastic people to join our team to help identify challenges public healthcare users experience at clinics, and help find solutions that can be put to duty bearers. The deadline for applications is Sunday 18 February 2024.

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Job advert: District Organiser 2024

Are you interested in joining our team as a District Organiser? We are looking for dedicated and enthusiastic people to manage a team of monitors to identify challenges public healthcare users experience at clinics, and help find solutions that can be put to facility and district level duty bearers. The deadline for applications is Sunday 18 February 2024.

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Job advert: Key Populations Monitor 2024

Are you interested in joining our team as a Key Populations Monitor? We are looking for dedicated and enthusiastic people to join our team to help identify challenges LGBTQIA+ communities, sex workers, and people who use drugs experience at clinics, and help find solutions that can be put to duty bearers. The deadline for applications is Sunday 28 January 2024.

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About RITSHIDZE

“Ritshidze” — meaning “Saving Our Lives” in TshiVenda — has been developed by people living with HIV and activists to hold the South African government and aid agencies accountable to improve overall HIV and TB service delivery.

Partner organisations include the Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), the National Association of People Living with HIV (NAPWA), Positive Action Campaign, Positive Women’s Network (PWN) and the South African Network of Religious Leaders Living with and affected by HIV/AIDS (SANERELA+)—in alliance with Health Global Access Project (Health GAP), the Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR), and Georgetown University’s O’Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law.

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