Continuation of the work of MKI in South Africa by Health[e]Foundation

17 January 2014

The board of Health[e]Foundation and the board of the Medical Knowledge Institute (MKI) decided to work on a common plan in which Health[e]Foundation will continue the work of Stichting MKI in South Africa. With funding of € 250.000 the activities of Health[e]Foundation were focused on provision of training for teachers on health-related topics for communities, a training program dedicated to inform South African youth on Health[e]Living.

Twelve to sixteen year olds are educated in nutrition, gender roles, safe sex, contraception and safe abortion, addiction, healthy body and life skills. Like all programs of Health[e]Foundation the program followed the concept of blended learning, a combination of on-site and online training, in order for teachers to be able to reach out to as many youngsters as possible.

From 2014-2016, together with the Desmond Tutu HIV foundation and Ndlovu Care Group a total number of 250 educators and community workers were trained in South Africa. They educated over 7,000 adolescents.

If you want to read more about the start of the project and MKI, you can open the documents in PDF format on the right side of this page.

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