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Empowering the lives of all South Africans, through healthcare solutions and partnerships

Healthcare for all

Because one-third of the world’s population does not have access to quality healthcare solutions, we are committed to exploring ways to ensure patients get the treatments they need and improving their quality of life. We also foster the development of prevention through the company’s integrated care program.

As a health journey partner, we focus on one objective: improving access to healthcare and high-quality medications for underserved populations in our fields of expertise by:
  • Serving the needs of patients with non-communicable diseases
  • Contributing to the eradication, elimination and control of some infectious diseases
  • Fighting against falsified medicines
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Community Engagement

Through our varied initiatives, we are impacting lives by improving access to healthcare, providing support to address critical needs in our communities, and promoting environmental sustainability. As a health journey partner, we focus on one objective: improving access to healthcare and high-quality medications for underserved populations in our Manxili is located 62km away from Nquthu – the nearest town with a health care facility. The population is approximately 13 800. The Manxili community only has access to basic healthcare services through a mobile clinic which come every two weeks. Due to the fact that there is no primary healthcare facility, females give birth to children under trees – while on their way to hospital or waiting for transportation

The Objective of building the Primary Healthcare Facility TB/HIV unit in Manxili

Bring healthcare facility close to the community and stop unnecessary death due to lack of facilities Develop the area of Manxili Create sustainable employment opportunities. Clinic was officially opened and handed over to Government. This project serves as a pilot in line with the National Strategic Plan on HIV, STI’s and TB (NSP) launched by President Jacob Zuma and the Health Minister, Dr. Aaron Motsoaledi.

Services Provided

HIV counselling and Testing

Provision of literacy classes

TB Screening

Initiation of ARV’s.

Initiation of TB Treatment

Condom distribution

Management of Sexually Transmitted Infections

Preparation and conducting Male Medical Circumcision

Follow up clients on TB treatment and ARV’s

PCR testing of babies around six weeks

Rapid testing of children at 18 months

lkhaya Lethu Care Center

Rather than impose our own opinions and westernized views on the village, we asked the village leaders what they wanted, so that we could understand their needs. The Ikhaya Lethu Care Centre was officially opened on 8 October 2010, by the Honorable Minister of Health: Dr A Motsoaledi.

Noordwyk Primary School

Lead by the TEAMWORK Project team, Sanofi spent two full days painting classrooms at the Noordwyk Primary School in Midrand. Over 200 employees participated in this exercise to experience the Madiba spirit. 2018 being the centenary of the birth of Nelson Mandela, this provided a unique opportunity to collaborate and work together and promote Mandela’s legacy. This has been a great success and well done to the TEAMWORK team”, said Thibault. 

“I am so happy with the work that has been done, I couldn’t wait to see the children’s faces when they came back from school on Monday. Everything is just spot on and fresh, our school has been revived and I’m grateful that our school was identified for this wonderful project. On behalf of the Noordwyk Primary school and teachers at the school, I want to thank all Sanofi employees for the wonderful work” said the school principle Mrs. Eloff
“Due to its geographical location the school doesn’t get prioritized. The school currently has a feeding scheme which only supports 22 destitute children. The food parcels, and the R15 000 donated by the employees, will go a long way towards feeding these kids” concludes Mrs Eloff.