Amcare is an association created in 2001 to fight against the spread of sexually transmitted diseases in South Africa, in particular through the creation of circumcision centers. The association also provides support for HIV positive parents.
The association has already built a clinic specializing in circumcision; the Injabulo clinic. This clinic avoids circumcisions being carried out in schools - as is customary – which are performed without medical precautions. The Injabulo clinic already has three rooms equipped for performing operations. However, there is no waiting room or consultation room for post-operative check-ups.
The project, therefore, consists in creating a post-operative ward for the Injabulo clinic
The extension of the clinic will make it possible to conduct post-operative check-ups 48 hours and 7 days after the operation, in better hygiene conditions, thereby reducing the risk of infection.
The Foundation's donation is being used to build post-operative waiting and consultation rooms.