Responding to the psycho-social needs of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) community

The Gay & Lesbian’s Health Programme co-ordinator, Pierre Buckley, and the health programme assistants, Mfundo Ntombela and Minenhle Nhleko, have been very busy in the Greater Edendale and Imbali areas. They have been handing out commodities such as condoms and water based lubricants, as well as information flyers on the Gay & Lesbian Network, the work we do and the various services that we offer. They also handed out booklets which have critical information about the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) communities, and hate crimes. These booklets, which can be accessed online HERE, discuss hate crimes within the LGBTI context. It also has helpful information about what you should do if you have been a victim of a hate crime, who you can contact as well as some useful definitions.

The following clinics were visited by the Health Programme team today (24 January 2017):

  • Willowfountain Clinic
  • Impilwenhle Clinic
  • Azalea Clinic
  • Caluza Clinic
  • Gateway Clinic
  • Ashdown Clinic
  • Esigodini Clinic

 

Mfundo Ntombela, Sister Dlamini and Pierre Buckley at the Willowfountain Clinic.

Mfundo Ntombela, Sister Dlamini and Pierre Buckley at the Willowfountain Clinic.

Pierre Buckley, Sister Dlamini and Minenhle Nhleko at the Azalea Clinic.

Pierre Buckley, Sister Dlamini and Minenhle Nhleko at the Azalea Clinic.

Minenhle Nhleko, Pierre Buckley, and Sister Dlamini at the Ashdown Clinic.

Minenhle Nhleko, Pierre Buckley, and Sister Dlamini at the Ashdown Clinic.

Pierre Buckley, Sister Amanda and Mfundo Ntombela  at the Esigodini Clinic.

Pierre Buckley, Sister Amanda and Mfundo Ntombela at the Esigodini Clinic.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

If you would like to find out more about our programmes, please call us on (+27) 033 342 6165 or visit our website www.gaylesbian.org.za





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