Operating from the Grahamstown Container and the rural clinics, which involves the daily cooking of soup and the receiving of bread from Monday to Friday.
Receiving of soup powder from suppliers and its safe storage by the Feeding Scheme Co-ordinator.
Punctual cooking of the soup and the filling of the flasks by the volunteer. The loading of flasks and bread into the crates.
Punctual delivery by the Feeding Scheme Co-ordinator of the soup and bread to the eight feeding stations in Grahamstown and his ongoing evaluation of the CHWs’ performance with respect to punctuality, hygiene of the feeding equipment, and the DOTS process (the patients taking their prescribed TB medication under observation).
Supervision by the Feeding Scheme Co-ordinator of the rural clinics’ CHWs to ensure that the cooking process takes place satisfactorily and that all equipment is cleaned according to hygienic standards.
Supervising the supply of bread, soup powder and cleaning materials to the rural feeding points by the staff member.
Evaluating the rural feeding points in terms of punctuality, hygiene regarding the cooking and feeding equipment, quantity and quality of the food, the DOTS process (the patients taking their prescribed TB medication under observation).
Maintaining a good relationship with the municipal clinics, both urban and rural, and the regular gathering of the required statistics for the Grahamstown TB Care Society.