GALLERY Previous Programmes & Projects The workshop brought together various role players to discuss service delivery matters at the Sisonke District. Our Achievements PPHC is fully accredited as a training provider. Our programme is suited to both individuals and organisations/institutions. Through our training programme, we have developed a substantial track record in skills development and capacity building in the KwaZulu-Natal Province. Special Events The aim of the campaign was to lobby and advocate for children’s rights in the community. This was aimed at raising awareness on the abuse and child neglect especially those that concerned OVCs. The issue of responsibilities was also highlighted to the children, so that they understand that rights come with responsibilities. HWSETA Funded Learnerships PPHC has since 2004 been involved in a learnership programme in alignment with the National Skills Development Strategy to bridge skills gaps in different employment levels including employed and unemployed categories. Stepmore ProjectVeg Garden Handed over to Community Development Bank of Southern Africa (DBSA) Jobs Fund PPHC partnered with DBSA to train 200 Pharmacy Assistants over a period of three years. Eighty (80) of the 200 Basic Pharmacy Assistants will proceed to Learner Post-Basic Level. Home Based Health Care Skills Programme Home Community Based Carers (HCBC) programme helped Community Health Workers (CHWs) develop their skills, created employment, contributed to poverty alleviation and encouraged self-employment in order for people to sustain themselves. Home and Community Based Care Programme (HCBCP) PPHC also offered monitoring and support following training to ensure that the skills and capacity gained during at the training are effectively and appropriately applied.