Kheth’Impilo is supporting the North of eThekwini with community services to ensure the reduction of new infections, provide support for those on treatment, keep negative mothers negative, capacitate primary care givers with good parenting skills, and strengthen nutritional activities through different community interventions.
Ntombenhle Hlongwane holds a BA degree in social work, a Project Management certificate, and a Management and Leadership special programme and Facilitator certificate. She has experience working in both the governmental and NGO sectors. She has worked for the DOH in a hospital setting as a social worker and at the EThekwini District as a project manager for EU Partnership for the Delivery of Primary Health Care project. She has also worked with many NGOs in the field of HIV and AIDS.