working with the poorest rural communities in South Africa to save lives and improve health; to give every child the chance of a quality education; to enable local people to change their own lives

DONALD WOODS FOUNDATION

Donald Woods Foundation

The Donald Woods Foundation is a registered charity which was set up in 2003 to create a living memorial to the life of campaigning journalist and anti-apartheid activist, Donald Woods. The Foundation’s work in health and education began geographically in the area where Donald Woods was born, and has since spread to include 10 000 square km of the deep rural Eastern Cape.

LATEST NEWS

Donald Woods Foundation

DWF TB programme to feature at lung conference

DWF TB programme to feature at lung conference

12 August 2015

The DWF / Lilly partnership to tackle TB in the Eastern Cape will be showcased at an upcoming lung health ... READ MORE

DWF and PLAAS to host rural agri workshop

DWF and PLAAS to host rural agri workshop

10 August 2015

DWF and the Institute for Poverty, Land and Agrarian Studies will host an action-dialogue on communal area agriculture ... READ MORE

KEY HEALTH INTERVENTIONS

Donald Woods Foundation

7 803

Number of households visited by Health in Every Hut Community Health Outreach Workers since June 2013

34 000

Number of people who have been screened as part of the Health in Every Hut programme

8 500

Number of people who have been impacted by the Donald Woods Foundation’s TB and HIV programmes in East London and Mdantsane

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