In 2019, 108,745 clients accessed 243,694 services at our clinics, around 71,503 clients participated in behavioural change communication sessions, and nearly 39,045 clients participated in additional outreach sessions.
Our health service package is responsive to the specific needs of our different client groups. This includes general health check-ups, treatment for a range of illnesses including sexually transmitted infections, malaria and tuberculosis, counselling and testing for HIV, anti-retroviral treatment, free condoms and information on topics such as tuberculosis, hypertension, diabetes, and positive gender relations. To stay relevant, we constantly assess our services and invest in ways to improve our capacity to deliver them.
STI testing and treatment
HIV counselling and testing
Malaria and tuberculosis
In 2019, we ensured that 64,926 hard-to-reach people had access to the services they need to stay healthy.
Truck drivers and other mobile workers often have difficulty accessing quality health care without losing valuable work time. Simple factors like limited operating hours and distance to health facilities are barriers for people who cannot take time off to seek medical treatment. As a solution, we developed the Roadside Wellness Centre, or Blue Box, concept to extend local health infrastructure and strengthen referral systems to meet the needs of some of Africa’s most hard-to-reach populations, including truck drivers, sex workers, and members of communities situated along transport corridors.
In 2019, 26% of our patients identified as being truck drivers.
In 2019, 34% of our patients identified as being sex workers.
In 2019, 40% of our patients were local community members.