Singakwenza Education and Health provides economically disadvantaged communities, primarily in rural areas of KwaZulu Natal, with quality Primary Health Care and Early Childhood Development programmes, in order to reduce the impact of HIV/AIDS and to improve the standard of early education. This is done through:
An HIV intervention programme based on a Peer Education model for rural workers, particularly in the agricultural and forestry sectors.
Mobile Clinic services providing Primary Health Care and counselling for rural workers and their families.
Education and assistance for Caregivers at disadvantaged crèches to implement a sustainable Early Childhood Development programme.