HIV / Aids or Community Development

The Ikhala Trust

“Ikhala” is the isiXhosa word for Aloe in English. The Aloe is indigenous to the Eastern Cape. It is hardy, resilient and thrives best in adverse weather conditions. The Aloe plant is also used for medicinal purposes. It was felt that the name was appropriate for a delegated fund in the Eastern Cape Province, as although it was expected that not everything would go smoothly, the initiative would prosper regardless of the adversities it faced.

HIV and AIDS Research

Free Access to Key Topics in HIV/AIDS Research

To coincide with AIDS 2014, the 20th International AIDS Conference our theme for July is HIV/AIDS Research. We’ve made over 150 articles on key research topics free to read online. You can also browse related books, submit your article to a special issue of Sexual and Relationship Therapy on HIV, Sex, and Relationships, and sign up to new issue alerts from our HIV/AIDS Research journals.

South African Institute of Race relations

The IRR is a classically liberal think-tank promoting the ideas and policy solutions necessary to drive the investment and economic growth that will free South Africa’s people from unemployment, dependency, and poverty.

HIV and AIDS Statistics for South Africa (Avert)

AVERT provides a wide range of information to educate people about HIV and AIDS across the world. AVERT’s highly successful website,, provides information on all aspects of HIV and AIDS, as well as having specific areas for young people, interactive quizzes, an extensive photo gallery, and videos. The website is one of the most widely accessed HIV and AIDS websites in the world, reaching more than 200 countries and territories.

Community Development Resource Association

CDRA is a centre for organisational innovation and developmental practice. We value people’s ability to organise, and so shape the world. We foster and promote innovative organisational forms and practices that seek to transform power towards a just world characterised by freedom, inclusion and sufficiency.

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