South Africa’s public health system continues to face many challenges, including TB, HIV/AIds, poor maternal health, adequate immunisation coverage, shortage of resources and infrastructure backlogs.
In an effort to strengthen the country’s public healthcare system, funding is provided to meet the most urgent needs.
These include: the training of medical specialists, placement of doctors in rural hospitals, building of community clinics, providing medical services by air to remote locations and extensive provision of primary healthcare to rural communities.
The hospice ethos – the sick and dying deserve high-quality palliative care and the treatment of clinical, social, ethical and spiritual symptoms – is flourishing in South Africa. On implementation in this country in 2006, South Africa became one of only 35 countries offering its citizens comprehensive hospice and palliative care. Support provided by Tshikululu’s clients for this valued service is the highest among the country’s private sector contributors.
We establish trusts, manage them, provide secretarial support and manage the risk and compliance components
Manage investment in educational infrastructure
Ensure effective financial management across trusts
Design and implementation of skills development programmes, and bursaries under management
Ensure effective knowledge capturing, management and sharing internally and externally
Manage grantee and service provider relationships; drive implementation
We design social investment strategies that are aligned to clients’ business and societal imperatives
We conduct comprehensive stakeholder engagement for efficient and cost effective social investment
We deliver end-to-end monitoring, evaluation and reporting throughout the implementation of the strategy