Welcome to the Anglican Aids & Healthcare Trust
The Anglican Aids and Healthcare Trust (AAHT) is a provincial organisation under the authority of the Anglican Archbishop, The Most Reverend Dr Thabo Makgoba. The Trust is responsible for and administers HIV prevention and AIDS support programmes throughout South Africa and other five countries in the Province (Mozambique, Swaziland, Lesotho, Namibia and Angola).
Though AAHT, is under the leadership of the Anglican Church, its programme are inclusive and are composed of people of all faiths, races and persuasions.
Since 2003, AAHT is and has implemented a variety of programmes to assist and support orphans and vulnerable children; to protect our youth by “vaccinating” them with information and skills to safeguard their lives; to generate income/improve nutrition; to provide home-based care support and to prepare parents and caregivers to talk with their 9 – 12 year old children about sex (as they reach puberty and have lots of questions) and to share their own, related values with their children.
AAHT has implemented donor-supported programmes for USAID/PEPFAR, CDC/PEPFAR; the UK Department for International Development (DFID); the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA); the Global Fund and others. AAHT enjoys partnerships with other local like-minded organisations.