Health Programmes

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Condoms Manufacturing and Distribution

SAADA condoms are manufactured with 100% natural, high quality latex and available in a wide range of textures, flavors and colors.

The studded/dotted and ribbed textures provide extra sensation in both partners. All of our branded condoms feature a teat-ended design, and we also provide condoms with lubricant/warming lubricant for user comfort.

The condom comes in a stylish and attractive packaging including raised lettering and they are SABS approved

Condom Features:

  • 100%  natural and high quality latex
  • Different colours and flavors

HIV/AIDs and Related Life Skills

The HIV/AIDS handbook is of great assistance to any person, caretaker or volunteer who deals with HIV/AIDS on daily basis or is infected or affected by HIV/AIDS. This handbook provides a basic knowledge on treatment, coping with the virus and how healthy people to and to treat infected people. It also insights into the challenges of building the confidence that is fulfilling life after HIV/AIDS

This handbook was developed to answer most of the frequently asked questions about HIV/AIDS and can be used on communities or societies

We also do the posters for the following:

  • Teenage Pregnancy Awareness
  • Drug and Alcohol Abuse Awareness
  • TB Awareness
  • HIV/AIDS Awareness

TB Programmes

When is tuberculosis likely to be present? The most common symptoms of pulmonary tuberculosis are: A patient presenting with these symptoms who is, or was in contact with a person with infectious tuberculosis is more likely to be suffering from tuberculosis

Symptoms of extra-pulmonary tuberculosis depend on the organ involved. Chest pain from tuberculosis pleurisy, enlarged lymph nodes and sharp angular deformity of the spine are the most frequent signs of extra-pulmonary tuberculosis. How is diagnosis of Tuberculosis Confirmed?

What is the value of bacteriology? In all instances, individuals identified as tuberculosis patients must have an examination of their sputum performed to determine whether or not they are infectious cases of tuberculosis, prior to the commencement of their treatment


Malaria in Africa

Malaria – the disease

Malaria – the mosquito vector

Preventative measures for residents in malaria areas

Awareness and assessment of malaria risk

Additional preventive measures for residents and visitors to malaria areas

Use of anti-malarial agents for chemoprophylaxis

Indications for chemoprophylaxis

Measures to ensure effective and safe use of chemoprophylaxis

Efficacy and adverse reactions of recommended prophylactic regimens

Alternatives not recommended for prophylaxis

Patient-specific prescribing problems

Partial immunity (semi-immunity)

Stand-by emergency treatment

Ensuring early diagnosis



Nutritional Programmes

Nutrition: Refers to the process of utilization and assimilation of food

Nutrients: chemical ingredients in food needed by the body


The food we eat evolved through the years, having been chosen by our ancestors as either edible and also to be eaten raw, thus affecting as either original nutritional value


Overall Goal of this chapter is to contribute towards better understanding of the role of nutrition in the children’s lives

Specific objectives

Upon successful completion of this chapter you should be able to:

  • Describe the basic facts about nutrition
  • Explain the functions of the digestive tract