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On Monday, April 8, Dutch couturier Ronald Kolk presented the first copy of a scarf he specially designed for the mission of the Health Promoters to H.H. Princess Anita of Oranje-Nassau-Van Vollenhoven. The 50th anniversary of Dr. h.c. Harold Robles’s humanitarian activities, co-founder of Health Promotion South Africa Trust (HPSA) was also remembered and celebrated....

The International Papillomavirus Society (IPVS) is a globally respected professional society devoted to research on HPV and HPV-related disease, international education, public awareness and improved HPV prevention and management strategies. IPVS serves as the organizational structure for biomedical scientists and physicians engaged in all manner of papillomavirus research....

For some years we have been supporting various social projects in South Africa. In the context of our new African Wines and the resulting collaboration with Health Promoters, we visited a number of projects in January this year. Workshop in Khayelitsha First we visited the township Khayelitsha together with CEO of Health Promotion South Africa Trust (HPSA) George...

I’m finally used to the South African life. Nowadays I’m used to the 50 cent lunches in the townships. For that little amount of money you get a lot of food! One of the things I’m now used to is the sun and the wind… the wind! During my time in the townships I’ve been...

My third week as a volunteer at Health Promoters is already over. And what an adventure it was! The differences between my home and South Africa are huge. It all starts with the fact that South Africans hug way more than Dutch people. Where we greet with a handshake when we meet someone for the...

My third week as a volunteer at Health Promoters is already over. And what an adventure it was! The differences between my home and South Africa are huge. It all starts with the fact that South Africans hug way more than Dutch people. Where we greet with a handshake when we meet someone for the...