What we believe
To be a leader in empowering communities to be healthy and free of TB and HIV
To empower and care for communities by supporting primary health care services to:
- Prevent TB, HIV and other major diseases
- Improve diagnosis, treatment, care and adherence support for people infected and affected by TB, HIV and other major diseases
- Build the capacity of individuals and organisations to provide optimal comprehensive primary health care including TB and HIV services
- Participate in operational research, monitoring and evaluation to improve comprehensive primary health care
Acting, at all times, in a way that reflects the vision, mission, and values of the organisation.
Identifying, providing and accessing opportunities for all staff for ongoing professional and personal development, and developing a healthy work-home balance.
Providing positive and consistent acknowledgement of the good work done by our staff and managers.
Treating all people – internally and externally – in the same way you wish to be treated, and showing how we value the uniqueness and diversity that each person brings to the organisation.
TB HIV Care aims to create an organisational culture in which diversity is encouraged and valued. As enshrined in section nine of the South African Constitution, we condemn unfair discrimination, directly or indirectly, against anyone on the basis of on one or more grounds, including race, gender, sex, pregnancy, marital status, ethnic or social origin, colour, sexual orientation, age, disability, religion, conscience, belief, culture, language and birth.
TB HIV Care cultivates shared values of professionalism, empowerment, appreciation and respect.
TB HIV Care has an employment equity committee made up of employees from all occupational levels. The committee is responsible for the monitoring of employment equity in the organisation and the adoption of appropriate initiatives and policies to achieve representation, including affirmative action.
As of August 2018, TB HIV Care’s workforce was 80% African, 18% coloured, 1% Indian and 2% white. The staff is 20% male, and 80% female.