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“ Mosamaria held its AGM on Saturday the 20th of May 2017. The Cathedral Hall was full with our 140 staff members. It was a very happy gathering, chaired by Mme Ellen Blekie in a most charming and gracious way. Each of our project managers gave a report on what they had achieved in 2016. […]
Photos from our TBSAP outreach event at Khayelitsha informal settlement
Some photos from our New Start Welkom branch busy with various outreach programmes
Mosamaria supported the provincial TB commemoration day on the 31st March at Hoffman Square in the center of Bloemfontein where the gathering of people was addressed by the Honorable Cyril Ramaphosa, Deputy President of the Republic of South Africa, and the Minister of Health, Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi where universal TB screening and referral was done. […]
Some pictures of our Welkom New Start Molisers, during the mobilization while they do activities with beneficiaries using tools and their skills. This is called toolkit when they sensitize clients to access the services that New Start offer. This is a recruitment strategy.
Baeto and Trudie attended a NACOSA workshop on organisational sustainability last month and Thapelo and Trudie attended a workshop on organisational governance. As a sequal to this, the Board will have training on its roles and responsibilities on 3 March. The staff will also have a workshop on anger and conflict management that day facilitated […]
Mosamaria │ News Update From the Coordinator │ Trudie Harrison “ Mosamaria is delighted to announce that it is running ART adherence clubs in 21 clinics in Mangaung, Botshabelo and Thaba Nchu. Nomathemba Nkabi, our Project Coordinator, has hired a whole group of new adherence club facilitators who were all trained last December. The Senior […]
We have changed our head office telephone number to 051 430 1715 We apologies for any inconvenience.
“ Drug-resistant TB (DRTB) is a very frightening disease to contract. Although new better treatment has just started to be available in the public health system, we are still using the old regimens for our patients. This entails having an antibiotic injection every day together with taking many tablets, for 6 months which is called […]