REPSSI (Regional Psychosocial Support Initiative)


+27 11 998 5820
Street Address
Atlas Office Park, 1st Floor, 372A Oak Avenue, Ferndale, Randburg 2125, South Africa
Postal Address
PO Box 1669, Randburg 2125, Johannesburg, South Africa
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REPSSI est une initiative de développement des capacités techniques régionales travaillant dans 13 pays de l'Afrique de l'est et du sud visant à améliorer le soutien psychosocial et les soins des enfants et des jeunes touchés par le VIH/SIDA, la pauvreté et la guerre. Travaille avec les gouvernements et les ONG sur l'ensemble de la région. Les pays couverts sont: Le Mozambique, l'Angola, le Botswana, la Namibie, le Malawi, le Zimbabwe, la Zambie, L'Afrique du Sud, le Lesotho, le Swaziland, l'Ouganda, le Kenya et la Tanzanie. Offre des formations, des conseils et une aide technique et administre des cours sur longue distance dans dix pays.
A regional capacity-building organisation working in 13 countries in east and southern Africa to enhance the provision of psychosocial care and support to children affected by HIV/AIDS, poverty and conflict. Technical partner to the southern African development community, and works through government and NGO partners across the region. The countries are: Mozambique, Angola, Botswana, Namibia, Malawi, Zimbabwe, Zambia, South Africa, Lesotho, Swaziland, Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. Provides training, advice and technical assistance, and runs an accredited distance-learning certificate course in ten countries.
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