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“Are you going to die, Mom?” Research shows that talking to your young children about your HIV status helps them cope better New scientific research from South Africa strengthens international evidence that children whose parents have a life-threatening disease such as HIV can benefit from their parents communicating with them about their illness and possible death. South Africa has high rates of HIV and recent estimates from 23 Sub-Saharan African countries show that up to 30% of children... Read More
“Are you going to die, Mom?” Research shows that talking to your young children about your HIV status helps them cope better
AHRI secures DST funding Yesterday the South African Minister of Science and Technology, Naledi Pandor, launched the country’s new research infrastructure roadmap. AHRI is partnering with Wits and the University of Limpopo on one of these 13 DST-funded projects - a national network of health and demographic surveillance sites. ... Read More About the Africa Health Research Institute The KwaZulu-Natal Research Institute for TB-HIV and Africa Centre for Population Health have joined to form an... Read More
AHRI secures DST funding
TWO RESEARCH GIANTS IN KWAZULU-NATAL (KZN) ARE JOINING FORCES TO FORM A GROUND-BREAKING NEW INTERDISCIPLINARY INSTITUTE TO FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS (TB), HIV The new organisation, the "Africa Health Research Institute", is located at the heart of South Africa’s TB and HIV co-epidemic. It combines the renowned Africa Centre for Population Health’s detailed population data from over 100 000 participants, with the KwaZulu-Natal Research Institute for TB-HIV’s (K-RITH’s) basic science, experimental... Read More
TWO RESEARCH GIANTS IN KWAZULU-NATAL (KZN) ARE JOINING FORCES TO FORM A GROUND-BREAKING NEW INTERDISCIPLINARY INSTITUTE TO FIGHT TUBERCULOSIS (TB), HIV