Community Health Workers

What we do

Basic Education

One of SECTION27′s priority areas is the right to basic education guaranteed by Section 29...

Public Health Care

We are working for better quality and more affordable public and private health care systems...

Private Health Care

We are working for better quality and more affordable and private health care systems...

Rule of Law

We are working to ensure that the conduct of relevant organs of state and of those who exercise...

Our week ahead

SECTION27’s “Our Week Ahead” is an attempt to share with the public, the media and our partners some of our plans and activities for the week – we hope it will give you a glimpse into our world and encourage you to join us on our journey. This week, we take a step back to reflect on what this past week brought for the #Appeal4Vuwani efforts and fundraising to restore learning and teaching in Vuwani, Limpopo.

In 2000, thousands of people from around the world marched together at the International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa. The march was a watershed moment in the global AIDS response. Sixteen years later and the conference is returning, yet the AIDS response is waning.

On Monday 18th July, once again, we will take to the streets of Durban. We are not heading toward an “end to AIDS”, unless there is a change in the current trajectory of the response. Instead, what we see on the ground is that the AIDS response is unravelling.