Nkamoheleng Mkhwanazi [Data Capturer]

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Nkamoheleng Mkhwanazi

Nkamoheleng Mokhesi joined HE2RO as a Data Capturer in March 2013. Her duties include identifying hardcopies of study files, capturing cleaning and filing of data and capturing on Redcap. Prior to joining HE2RO she worked with Right to Care as an Admin Clerk and Data Capturer. She is working on several projects currently namely, the “Baseline Study”, “Paediatric Orphans Study”, “Breast Condition Study” etc.



  • A Cost Description of HIV Counselling and Testing (HCT) Models in South Africa

    South Africa’s National Strategic Plan for 2011-2016 (NSP) aims to see a halving of HIV incidence over this period, and a realisation of 80% HIV treatment coverage, or 3 million patients on antiretroviral therapy (ART). The realisation of these goals relies on increased and equitable access to and uptake of HIV Counselling and Testing (HCT). Achieving sustained high levels of HCT in turn requires accurate cost data from which budgeting decisions can be extrapolated. Although a number of 
  • An Evaluation of the Acceptability and Feasibility of Booked Appointments in a Large HIV Clinic in Johannesburg, South Africa

    In many resource-limited settings, health care delivery systems face constraints due to increasing need for health expenditure and the large proportion of the population reliant on the public sector. In South Africa, the existing service delivery structure faces additional challenges related to the growing number of HIV-infected South Africans initiating antiretroviral therapy. Long queues, long wait times, and overcrowding are often characteristic of South Africa’s public health care