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WELCOME Show Me Your Number (SMYN) seeks to reduce new HIV and TB infections, eradicate stigma and discrimination and contribute towards social cohesion by using the platform of sport, arts & culture as a vehicle to raise awareness through training, community engagement and edutainment. SMYN also uses the power of sports, arts and culture for demand creation for HIV and TB counselling, testing and prevention. SMYN was formally established in 2010 as a registered NPO and NPC, prior to which, it was a project of the South African Players Football Union (SAFPU). Vision SMYN works to create a healthy society that is AIDS and TB free through using human rights approaches. Mission SMYN exists to eradicate HIV and TB infections by using sports, arts and culture as a vehicle for advocacy and raising awareness driven by respect for human rights for all. Values Innovation Openness Commitment Integrity Collaboration Sustainability Objectives To USE sport, arts & culture platforms to contribute towards eradication of HIV and TB. To PROMOTE sport, arts & culture as tools for social cohesion. To RAISE consciousness of healthy living and increase the number of men undergoing HIV Counseling and Testing and Male Medical Circumcision. To PROMOTE AND SHOWCASE the public commitment of sport, arts & culture personalities, managers and platforms in the fight against HIV and TB. To ADVOCATE for sport, arts & culture as a vehicle for promotion of human rights principles.
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Different Methods of Contraceptives Written by Berlina Lerutoane (Advocacy Officer) Our young people in South Africa are not educated about the various forms of Prevention methods they can access in their local health facilities, hence we come across young people complaining about the high rate of teenage pregnancy they encounter in their communities in our various districts of implementation. Click here to read more… Sexual Reproduction Health, Pregnancy Test and Termination Of Pregnancy Written by Berlina Lerutoane Sexual Reproduction Health (SRH) is a very personal subject; Good sexual and reproductive health means having a safe and fulfilling sex life, with the freedom to decide whether or not you want to reproduce and at what time in your life. Click here to read more… Mental Illness Awareness and Psychological Support Written by Ash-Leigh “Lex” LaFoy (BSocSci Psych. Phil) We as South African’s have a long-winded relationship with Psychology and Mental Health. This blog has been written to encourage your mental well being. Click here to read more… Reducing gender inequality and gender based violence Written by Khanyisile Ngema In the last decade, the issues of gender inequality has always been the issue of discussion. During the Covid19 pandemic gender based violence escalating greatly and affecting more South Africans. To understand the issue of gender, it is very important to understand the definition of gender and gender equity. Click here to read more…
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Statement on the passing on of Andrew Mosane Johannesburg, Friday, 15 January 2020 He had an infectious smile, he was loud, he was an activist par excellence. He is no more, gone to rest. He has played his part in this earth in the fight for access to HIV and TB treatment. In his words, in him you saw all the SANAC CSF Sectors because he embodied them. When all is said and done, Andrew Mosane was a humanist. We have lost a gallant fighter, an educator, an activist, a friend. According to Mabalane Mfundisi, Executive Director of Show Me Your Number “Whilst Andrew was currently an employee of Show Me Your Number, he was in fact an employee for the whole SANAC CSF sectors. A leader par excellence. Go well Andrew, go rest. As the saying goes - WHEN A TREE FALLS, SO SHALL IT LIE”. Steve Letsike, Chairperson of SANAC CSF and Co- Chairperson of SANAC says of Andrew Mosane “He made his presence felt. His contributions were incisive. He was a dependable activist ready and able to champion the cause of People Living with HIV and TB and he carried all sectors with him. He was an educator-par-excellence. Tsela tshweu Druza, until we meet again” We will share further details once the family has finalised the funeral arrangements. #ENDS# Issued by Show Me Your Number and SANAC CSF If you need more information, contact Greer Schoeman on greer@sanaccsf.org.za or Sthembile Mthanti on sthembile@showmeyournumber.org.za NOTICE TO SPORT, ARTS & CULTURE SECTOR ORGANISATIONS Invitation to register on the database of civil society organisations responding to HIV, TB & STI’s as part of SANAC Civil Society Forum (CSF): If you are an organisation in the sector of sports, arts and culture, we want to hear from you. Pleased register your organisation on the link below to provide your organisation’s details. Closing date to register has now been extended to Friday, 22 January 2021 LINK: INVITATION TO REGISTER ON THE DATABASE OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS RESPONDING TO HIV, TB & STIS AS PART OF SANAC CIVIL SOCIETY FORUM (CSF): SPORTS, ARTS AND CULTURE If you need more information, contact Greer Schoeman on greer@sanaccsf.org.za or Thabo Majuja on thabo@showmeyournumber.org.za NOTICE TO LAW & HUMAN RIGHTS SECTOR ORGANISATION Invitation to register on the database of civil society organisations responding to HIV, TB & STI’s as part of SANAC Civil Society Forum (CSF): If you are an organisation in the sector of Law & Human Rights, we want to hear from you. Pleased register your organisation on the link below to provide your organisation’s details. Closing date to register has now been extended to Friday, 22 January 2021 Invitation to register on the database of civil society organisations responding to HIV, TB & STI’s as part of SANAC Civil Society Forum (CSF): If you are an organisation in the sector of Law & Human Rights, we want to hear from you. Pleased register your organisation on the link below to provide your organisation’s details. LINK: INVITATION TO REGISTER ON THE DATABASE OF CIVIL SOCIETY ORGANISATIONS RESPONDING TO HIV, TB & STIS AS PART OF SANAC CIVIL SOCIETY FORUM (CSF): LAW & HUMAN RIGHTS SECTOR If you need more information, contact Greer Schoeman on greer@sanaccsf.org.za or Thabo Majuja on thabo@showmeyournumber.org.za
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Traditional Leaders Launch the Communities Matter Survey in 20 Districts Johannesburg, Monday, 30 November 2020 Traditional Leaders sector launched the Communities Matter Survey in 20 Districts, supported by the South African National AIDS Council Civil Society Forum (SANAC CSF) by 25 sector leaders approached the UN Agencies through the Office of the South African UN Resident Coordinator for support of the Community Based Measures Strategy for COVID-19. The Traditional Leaders sector with its Chiefs mobilised 50 mobilisers in all 9 provinces and operational in 20 districts. The objective is to implement Advocacy, Social Mobilisation and Communications & Public Awareness aspects of the Community Based Measures Strategy for COVID-19. To view this and other Press Releases, click here… Lethukhukhanaya Health Instititution address Human Rights Violations by Sex Workers as contribution to end HIV & AIDS Johannesburg, Monday, 30 November 2020 Human Rights Implementing Partner Organisation IPO Lethukhukhanaya Health Institution is one of four host organisation in City of Johannesburg in the World Aids Day 2020 Policy in Action activity programme. Their role is to reduce Stigma and Discrimination in response to HIV, Aids and TB as stipulated by the 90-90-90 strategy and the NSP 2017 to 2022 at district level. The Deputy President of South Africa, David Dabede Mabuza, is the current Chairperson of the South African National AIDS Council (SANAC). The Deputy President will visit community project as part of the POLICY IN ACTION to see how the World AIDS Day 2020 theme “WE’RE IN THIS TOGETHER, CHEKA IMPILO” is finding expression through implementation of by civil society organisations. To view this and other Press Releases, click here… TLD (Tenofovir + Lamivudine + Dolutegravir) regiment is the best solution for people living with TB, HIV 22 May 2020 SANAC Civil Society Forum, a constituent member of the Community Constituency Covid19 Front (CCCF) in responding to the statement by the Gauteng Health Department on Tuesday, 19 May 2020 that over 11 thousand of TB and HIV-positive patients have failed to collect their medication since the start of the lockdown on 27 March 2020 is an issue that requires a combination of treatment literacy and ongoing social mobilisation for those infected, their families and communities. Adherence to treatment is the bedrock of gains made in South Africa’s response to HIV and TB as outlined in the National Strategic Plan on HIV, TB & STIs. To view this and other Press Releases, click here…
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