Resources

In order to fix the challenges people face at clinics, Ritshidze develops reports to engage duty bearers at clinic, district, provincial, and national levels. Our reports show the analysis of the data collection efforts and our recommended solutions to fix the problems identified.

North West State of Health

The North West State of Health report outlines the key issues found during community-led monitoring in the province and solutions to them.

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Mpumalanga State of Health

The Mpumalanga State of Health report outlines the key issues found during community-led monitoring in the province and solutions to them.

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People’s COP21

The People’s COP21 outlines community priorities for PEPFAR in COP21.

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Gauteng State of Health

The Gauteng State of Health report outlines the key issues found during community-led monitoring in the province and solutions to them.

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Ritshidze Activist Guide 2020

The Ritshidze Activist Guide provides step-by-step instructions on how to conduct community-led clinic monitoring in South Africa.

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People’s COP20

The People’s COP20 outlines community priorities for PEPFAR in COP20.

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People’s COP19

The People’s COP19 outlines community priorities for PEPFAR in COP19.

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People’s COP18

The People’s COP18 outlines community priorities for PEPFAR in COP18.

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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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