News From Anova

6th Jul 2021
United States, Western Cape Department of Health provide convenient “Collect & Go” e-lockers for chronic medication collection

The U.S. government, through the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and implemented by USAID, and the Western Cape Department of Health are giving patients a safer, more convenient option for medication collection by installing “Collect & Go” e-lockers at health facilities across the Western Cape. 

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6th Jul 2021
All about the PWID JabSmart program

Nkosinathi Zuma, Project Manager at Anova Health Institute, gives more insight on what the program is about, what it has achieved so far and the program's future plans. What is Anova Health Institute role in this program? Anova provides specialized healthcare services for PWIDs in the Johannesburg Health District and Sedibeng District. Anova collaborates with […]

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12th May 2021
Celebrating International Nurses’ Day with Anova Health Institute Nurses

International Nurses' Day takes place each year on the 12th of May to mark the anniversary of Florence Nightingale’s birth and to celebrate the nursing profession. In the peak of the Covid-19 pandemic, nurses all over the world were in the frontline and are still continuing to save our communities. As we celebrate this year’s […]

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6th May 2021
“The process was both amazing and unbelievable.” Susan Kekana talks about her experience with the COVID–19 vaccine.

COVID-19 has taken the world by storm and changed everyone’s life but with the new vaccine being rolled out, there seems to be a light at the end of the tunnel. Amanda Ndlangisa recently spoke to Anova Health Institute’s Susan Kekana, Executive Director Government Relations, who recently got vaccinated. Kekana shares her experience. How did the […]

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Latest Vacancies

23rd Jul 2021
Human Resources Administrator - FS/00050/21

City of Cape Town - Permanent: We are looking for a dynamic Human Resources Administrator who will provide effective administration to the HR Department in Cape Town.

23rd Jul 2021
Operations Manager - Permanent

Johannesburg - Permanent: The Operations Manager is responsible for leading and managing operational support aspects of the organisation including Procurement, Travel, Fleet, Facilities and Legal, to ensure efficient and effective business operations.

23rd Jul 2021
Management Accountant - FM/00074/21

Johannesburg - Permanent : We are looking for an experienced Management Accountant who will be responsible for the accounting functions and adhering to the organisation financial policies and procedures.

"Sometimes when we talk about public health we divorce it from the people that the health system is really helping. So we look at numbers and drugs and clinics, but in the end it’s about affecting the life of a mother and a baby; it’s about affecting the life of a young gay teenager who is scared to go into a clinic… That’s what Anova’s work is really about and that’s what our teams are doing so well."
~ Prof James McIntyre, CEO of Anova

Projects & Programmes

Anova has developed various projects in different parts of South Africa in an effort to bring their expertise to the community. A leading partner to the Department of Health, Anova has a reputation for innovative responses, thought leadership and research in HIV.
  • Yellow Dot Doctor

    The Yellow Dot Doctor campaign is an innovative approach of reaching doctors in private practice with education, sensitisation and awareness of MSM health information. The goal of the campaign is to ensure the uptake of services of MSM patients and ensure that doctors are appropriately screening, diagnosing and retaining MSM patients in care. The campaign is also on an awareness drive to inform MSM that these Yellow Dot Doctors exist, that can cater to their specific needs.

  • MyFutureFirst

    MyFutureFirst is a campaign that is part of the Anova / APACE program.

    The MyFutureFirst project aims to promote the sexual reproductive health and rights (SRHR) of AGYW, by offering SRHR literacy and administering contraception in aid of the reduction of unplanned pregnancies and further STI including HIV infection and transmission. These interventions include HIV testing for AGYW and their male sex partners and cover issues of gender-based violence.

    The project markets the services of health facilities as well as encourages youth to pledge to put their future first – this is done through dialogues with youth and engagement with the MyFutureFirst communication channels. There is media coverage; live activations at ground level and online two-way engagement with the youth via the #MyFutureFirst Facebook page.

  • Health4Men

    The AnovaApace Program offers personal and confidential environments, designed to encourage the discussion of men’s most sensitive health issues, which are generally more complex than a simple check-up. This is a collaborative effort among specialists, health care workers, nurses, WBOT's and counsellors from a wide range of practices — all of them experienced in male-specific conditions.

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Our Funders and Partners
Anova Health Institute receives funds from a variety of agencies. Currently the major funder is the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), through USAID  (United States Agency for International Development).
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