The low-cost Practical Approach to Care Kit, or Pack, which allows healthcare workers to diagnose and manage a range of common ailments, is now being rolled out by South Africa's University of Cape Town.
Doctors, nurses, activists and policy makers have all been vital to Africa's HIV programmes, but supporting them every step of the way has been an army of dedicated community health workers and volunteers who care for people living with the disease.
• Board game makes Aids education fun
The South African government’s HIV/Aids mission is to get as many people tested for the virus as possible. Doctors Without Borders hopes to relieve some of the pressure by encouraging a testing culture in the small town of Eshowe in KZN.
• New centres to help fight HIV in KZN
A crew of highly skilled professionals has been put together to roll out Fifa’s 2010 World Cup medical plan, ensuring that healthcare on and off the field is dealt with effectively.