HOPE Cape Town distributes Cooler Bags
HOPE Cape Town with the generous support of Ein Herz Fur Kinder from Germany, recently distributed cooler bags to young patients at Delft Clinic.
According to Donor Relations Manager, Mr Fahim Docrat, “We have been working in this community for many years now and have identified the need to encourage our patients to take their medication. Our Drs, Dr Jayne Cunningham and Dr Sue Purchase regularly counsel patients on the importance of adherence.”
Program Coordinator, Dr Izane Reyneke added, “With the distribution of these 250 high quality cooler bags, we have now made it that much easier to store and take medication. We are hopeful that we can continue to impact this community and make a difference in people’s lives.”
Supporters are now helping to
HOPE Cape Town needs your help to assist the most vulnerable members of our society: it's children. HOPE Cape Town offers a wide variety of projects to ensure that we make a lasting positive difference in the lives of those we come into contact with. Some of the projects we offer are: - Community Healthcare Workers - HOPE to Home - Ithemba Ward - e-Learning Project - Prevention Programmes …