Free healthcare services to all migrant pregnant and lactating women and children under the age of 6 – Updated Policy

Good news to all migrant, refugee, and asylum seeker pregnant and lactating women and children under the age of 6. You can now access free healthcare services at government hospitals regardless of your nationality and documentation status….document or no document!   Read the updated Policy in the link below: Patient Administration and Revenue Policy

Social Cohesion Dialogue – White City Jabavu , Soweto, Gauteng Province

We hosted and facilitated a collaborative Dialogue with the Centre for the Study of Violence and Reconciliation on social cohesion and resilience in South African communities, in Soweto, White City Jabavu, with participants from various communities including youth. The objective was to promote unity in diversity among youths and other participants from various backgrounds and

Community Dialogue on the South African Public Health System (Gauteng and North west Provinces)

CoRMSA coordinated and facilitated a Community Dialogue on health rights and the effectiveness of South African Public Health systems in Johannesburg, Gauteng Province and Lehurutshe in North West Province. The Dialogue focused on Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR) and social determinants of health including the positives and negatives of our health systems. Various participants from

Heritage Month Commemorations

CoRMSA, in partnership with Tshwane Leadership Foundation (TLF), commemorated the diverse cultures in South Africa including asylum seekers, refugees, and migrant cultures where various cultures showcased their cultural dances, music and poetry in honour of the Heritage Month. The objective was to promote social cohesion among different communities.