Who we are

A committed grassroots indigenous partner with a strong passion for strengthening of rural public health systems towards improved clinical outcomes. The organization started from humble beginnings distributing food parcels for the Department of Social Development under the leadership of Mr. Darren Gough in 2003. We have since acquired extensive international donor grant management experience under various grants from Children’s Aids Fund (CAF), the United States President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through US Centers for Disease Control, kfW Development Bank, DGMT, GIZ and the National Lottery. READ MORE

This is what we do

Our dedicated teams have been implementing HIV, TB, STI prevention, treatment care and support programmes to all populations of the supported districts. Through donor funding our dedicated teams have reached adults, children, pregnant women, orphans and vulnerable children, female sex workers, adolescent and young women, men who have sex with men, men in incarceration, and healthcare workers. We are strengthening health and community service delivery systems at all levels of health care, developing clinical competence, training and mentoring, providing technical support to improve the district’s facility response to providing HIV/TB care, treatment, and laboratory & prevention services and support transition that supports Re-engineering of Primary Health Care (rPHC) and National Health Insurance (NHI). READ MORE


NACOSA, AFSA and Beyond Zero seek the services of a qualified service provider to develop and implement a comprehensive biometric-based information management system for the monitoring & evaluation (M&E) of the AGYW Programme funded by the Global Fund.
The AGYW programme seeks to provide a comprehensive package of health, psychosocial and structural interventions to AGYW aged 15 to 24 years. The M&E system will be implemented across 12 sub-districts by all partners in order to collect data and track beneficiaries across all interventions offered by the programme.
The service provider must provide ongoing support throughout the three-year grant (July 2019 – May 2022).


Beyond Zero Global Fund Award

Beyond Zero is one of the 4 nominated Principal Recipient (PRs) in South Africa to lead and provide strategic management, oversight, monitoring and evaluation on the implementation of the Global Fund grant for the period April 2019 until March 2022.
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