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The Project Support Association Southern Africa (PSASA) is a non-profit organization established in 1998 and in 2002 and 2003 got registered as a separate legal entity under section 21 (registration number 2002/026808/08) and non-for-profit company (registration number 008-290-NPO). It commenced as a single peer education project based in Kriel, Mpumalanga, the “Kriel Project” soon became one of the growing number of peer education projects in the province and the umbrella organization for these projects took on the name Mpumalanga Project Support Association (MPSA). In late 1998, the National Department of Health (NDOH) released information indicating that with rising rates of HIV amongst the general population, the traditional healthcare system would be unable to provide generalized care to all of those affected and alternate forms of care would be necessary. MPSA’s community-based response to prevention was well positioned as an inlet for Home Based Care projects. MPSA’s peer education and home based care projects expanded throughout the region during the late 1990’s. With expanding projects and coverage around the region, the organization changed its name to Project Support Association Southern Africa (PSASA), and capacity building of these community-based projects became an integral component of PSASA’s work. Over the following years, Orphan and Vulnerable Children (OVC) programme was integrated into the Home Based Care projects.

Vision and Mission
To support community-based HIV/AIDS prevention and care approaches through carefully trained and supported community volunteers to deliver services.
To see Southern Africa communities equipped with skills enabling them to respond to the effects of the HIV/AIDS pandemic which is only possible when trusting God and be obedient to his will.

Board Members
PSASA board includes experts in the field of health, economics and religion in addressing human development challenges.
Sibusiso Zondo

Elias Mokoena

Vice Chairman
Connie Masina
Boyseen Mthethwa
Thogo Mtsweni
Executive Member

The organizations that provide funding to PSASA to carry out its mission.


Mpumalanga Department of Health




Centre of Disease Control





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