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  • savannah | GAPA
    Herit Age Event 1 Oct 14 International Older Person s Day Monthly Mobile Clinics at GAPA Primary Health Care in action Snippets from 2014 PRRR Men s Health Event International Older Person s Day Event The Nevergiveups Book launch in USA PRRR Men s Health Event On 22nd November GAPA hosted a Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon Men s Health Event According to the Health Calendar November is the month of

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  • OT-DA GAPA | GAPA | Page 2
    2013 by OT DA GAPA Our GAPA grannies had the privilege of knitting scarves and beanies for the Wonga Winter Warmers Campaign this past month On Thursday July 4th we handed these scarves and beanies over to U Turn www homeless org za where they will be made available Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off May Workshop and Indaba Posted on June 6 2013 by OT DA GAPA The month of May ended off with our customary four day workshop and indaba day In spite of the bitter cold grannies attended with smiles and much excitement As always the workshop was received with positive attitudes and grannies reported Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off Newer posts Recent Posts GAPA Annual Report 2014 Facebook News Highlights In Herit Age Event 1 Oct 14 International Older Person s Day Monthly Mobile Clinics at GAPA Primary Health Care in action Snippets from 2014 PRRR Men s Health Event International Older Person s Day Event The Nevergiveups Book launch in USA PRRR Men s Health Event On 22nd November GAPA hosted a Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon Men s Health Event According to the Health Calendar November is the month of Men s

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  • Uncategorized | GAPA | Page 2
    grannies attended with smiles and much excitement As always the workshop was received with positive attitudes and grannies reported Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off GAPA gratitude to Bristol Myers Squibb Posted on May 29 2012 by boitumelogapa As part of efforts to assist GAPA with strengthening its systems Bristol Myers Squibb s Denise and Eugenia spent 3 days at GAPA providing on site training and introduction to financial management and data tools Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off GAPA celebrates 10 years Posted on October 21 2011 by altheab Photos by Eric Miller permission needed for further publishing The day began with a buzz in the air From the early hours of the morning grandmothers had started preparing for the celebration of the 10th year that their beloved Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off GAPA has a new postal address Posted on August 24 2011 by altheab Please be advised that for future correspondence our address is P O Box 517 Howard Place 7450 South Africa Thank you for cooperation Posted in Uncategorized 1 Comment Grandmother Gogo goodie bags for GAPA 10 year celebration Posted on August 16 2011 by altheab Dear friends and family GAPA Grandmothers Against Poverty and Aids will be celebrating its 10th year This is a very big accomplishment for a grandmother driven project in South Africa In our 10 years we have grown from strength to Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off Photography Exhibit Highlights Grannies in Cape Town Posted on July 26 2011 by savannah Joining the ranks of history the Grandmothers Against Poverty and AIDS G A P A have made their most recent debut in the gallery of the District Six Museum Honored as a focus for women s month seventeen grandmothers volunteered to be part of Continue reading

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  • News | GAPA | Grandmothers Against Poverty & AIDS | Page 4
    Media invite Media Invite GAPA hosts International Day of Action for Women s Health Posted on May 19 2009 by gapa MEDIA ADVISORY International Day of Action for Women s Health Day for Grandmother s Health Promotion Khayelitsha May 29 2009 On May 29 a large number grandmothers will gather at GAPA centre Khayelitsha to discuss and learn about various topics related to their health They will do this to draw attention health issues such as HIV AIDS cervical cancer adherence to treatment and health and well being Amongst the Grandmothers at GAPA is has been established that a majority of them manage chronic diseases of lifestyle such as hypertension and arthritis while also caring for households which experience the ravaging effects of HIV AIDS WHO GAPA Grandmothers Against Poverty and AIDS www gapa org za WHEN 09h00 13h00 WHERE J415 Qabaka Cresent J Section Khayelitsha Directions to GAPA Take the N2 out of Cape Town towards Somerset West After Mew Rd look for the next exit This is exit No 29 Spine Road Take this exit off the highway Turn right over the highway towards Khayelitsha Proceed round the small circle to the first intersection This is Lansdown Rd Turn right and then 400 m along turn left at Lawulo Rd The back of the GAPA centre will now be visible Turn first left and then left again into Qabaka Cres to access the main gate of the GAPA centre PROGRAMME Program Director Ms R Hoza Opening and welcome Mrs Dlulani Morning Devotion Mrs Shishuba Cervical Screening on site Department of Health Education on use of medication Department of Health Nia Dance GAPA Grandmothers and Gillian Warren Brown Oral Hygiene Dr K Nojilana Michael Mapongwana Day hospital Keynote Address Professor Bette Dickerson American University GAPA song GAPA Grandmothers Motivational Speaker Professor Jennifer Fish Old Dominion University Announcements Lunch Closure WHY GAPA is a voluntary organization that implements programmes to support grandmothers affected by HIV AIDS in urban and rural communities to continue with their lives and to cope better as providers of care and support for their infected children Programmes include support groups and cooperatives educational workshops Aftercare facilties Pre school bursary schemes Note to Journalists The action will begin at 09h00 a m sharp Media should arrive early to set up for photos Media Contact Vivienne Budaza nolulu telkomsa net tel 021 364 3138 Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off GAPA in the news Cape Times Posted on May 13 2009 by gapa Jo anne Smetherham Journalist and Eric Miller Photographer wrote a wonderful article about the Grandmothers at GAPA in a March edition of Cape Times Please look up the link to read more http www highbeam com doc 1G1 196814734 html Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off Monwabisi Beach Outing with Aftercare Posted on May 12 2009 by gapa Monwabisi beach is just on the border to Khayelitsha within False Bay Many of the children and grandmothers hardly have the time or the means to make use of

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  • Amatsha Ntliziyo exhibition | GAPA
    In Herit Age Event 1 Oct 14 International Older Person s Day Monthly Mobile Clinics at GAPA Primary Health Care in action Snippets from 2014 PRRR Men s Health Event International Older Person s Day Event The Nevergiveups Book launch in USA PRRR Men s Health Event On 22nd November GAPA hosted a Pink Ribbon Red Ribbon Men s Health Event According to the Health Calendar November is the month

    Original URL path: http://www.gapa.org.za/2011/07/26/amatsha-ntliziyo-exhibition/ (2015-12-05)
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  • ‘thenevergiveups’ photo launch Khayelitsha | GAPA
    from friends like but not limited to Professor s Jennifer Fish Old Dominion University and Bette Dickerson American University and MA student Savannah Eck Old Dominion University from abroad has given expression to the hardships these Grandmothers have faced in their lives Poverty illness and disease death and separation from loved ones the steps that these Grannies have taken in the walks of their lives have been defined by these struggles But here at GAPA the Grandmothers have taken the initiative to turn their lives circumstances into means for activism and community building Thelma Nkone is one of the 17 Grandmothers featured in the exhibit I think that when they hear the stories they will be glad because the stories encourage other people I would like some Grannies outside to join GAPA Most of the people are sick people they must know about HIV its not a stigma anymore Grannies are looking after the young ones sons grandchildren that are sick They need to know how to treat them Most of the people will come to join GAPA support groups when they see how GAPA does for us The Supergrannies Photo Exhibit which is going to be on display in Cape Town s wonderful District 6 Museum is the culmination of the story sharing graciously given by the Grannies the listening and compassion offered by the community and the creative angle contributed by Eric Miller This entry was posted in Uncategorized Bookmark the permalink Amatsha Ntliziyo the never give ups Amatsha Ntliziyo exhibition Comments are closed Recent Posts GAPA Annual Report 2014 Facebook News Highlights In Herit Age Event 1 Oct 14 International Older Person s Day Monthly Mobile Clinics at GAPA Primary Health Care in action Snippets from 2014 PRRR Men s Health Event International Older Person s Day

    Original URL path: http://www.gapa.org.za/2011/07/22/thenevergiveups-photo-launch-khayelitsha/ (2015-12-05)
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  • Amatsha Ntliziyo -“the never-give-ups’ | GAPA
    but also celebrates their enormous power and strength in their communities as both carers and activists GAPA has taught thousands of grannies skills from parenting to first aid vegetable gardening and income generation through handcrafts In helping to keep each other going these grandmothers are helping to keep many orphans fed and educated My sisters at GAPA counsel me they comfort me Without them I would be dead by now says Mrs Mdaka a GAPA co founder The grannies at GAPA say the organization has changed their lives Visitors see that this is true When the grannies get together to sing and dance they raise the roof They even get together at bus stops to hand out condoms to educate the passers by about safe sex singing and dancing as they do so Our Long Term Goals Our ultimate goal is to raise global awareness and a sense of social responsibility while generating ongoing support for GAPA We intend to continue supporting the organization in its current activities and as well as with similar initiatives in other areas of South Africa and in other African countries GAPA has already begun this work helping grandmothers to set up similar projects in other provinces of South Africa as well as in Tanzania Authored by Eric Miller http thenevergiveups wordpress com This entry was posted in Amatsha Ntliziyo and tagged awareness raising Photo exhibition Bookmark the permalink New Website May 2010 thenevergiveups photo launch Khayelitsha 3 Responses to Amatsha Ntliziyo the never give ups Conyers says July 25 2011 at 4 29 am Heckuva good job I sure apprectiae it lucinda says July 26 2011 at 8 55 am Where is the exhibition Would like to review it altheab says July 26 2011 at 9 37 am Thank you for your interest Lucinda

    Original URL path: http://www.gapa.org.za/2011/07/02/amatsha-ntliziyo-the-never-give-ups/ (2015-12-05)
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  • gapa | GAPA
    we were wishing Vivienne happy birthday and taking stock of all our achievements for the year Their arrival was an added celebration Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off Secure the Future Feature Posted on December 3 2009 by gapa Read an article written by BMShttp www bms com news features 2009 Pages stf anniversary aspx GAPAGrandmothers Against Poverty and AIDS Tel fax 021 364 3138www gapa org za Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off Posted on November 19 2009 by gapa Visit to Tanzania by GAPA granny and staff In November three people from GAPA visited their sister organisation in Kibaha outside Dar es Salaam Twelve months ago the GAPA model of support was explained to grandmothers and representatives from KICODET Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off In loving memory of Mrs Mavilo Posted on October 19 2009 by gapa Mrs Mavilo Mrs Mavilo was a wonderful friend teacher mother and grandmother She passed away suddenly this weekend due to cardiac arrest Here are some of the things that we loved about her She was very friendly with children She Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off August at GAPA Posted on September 5 2009 by gapa GAPA has been very busy in August The month started off with a visit to Cedar House a school in Kenilworth CapeTown The occasion was the celebration of the end of a year long involvement between the learners and grandmothers Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off Posted on September 5 2009 by gapa Community Outreach programme by the SRC of Cape Peninsular University of Technology Bellville campus On Sat 29th August 135 children from the Aftercare at GAPA and 14 grandmothers were treated to a day of fun at the campus of CPUT There Continue reading Posted in Uncategorized Comments Off

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