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Programmes
Home Based Care
This program delivers, via 4 (currently 3) visiting nurses, high quality palliative care for terminally ill patients and their families in their homes. Traveling to the 4 regions of Swaziland, our nurses provide care, which includes pain control and distressing symptom management to an estimated 500 patients each region per month. Read more...

Information, Education and Communication (IEC)
The IEC program provides training for health care workers, civic organizations and other members of the community on HIV/AIDS, caring for the sick, home based care and palliative care. Read more...

Clinic
The clinic provides patients and their families with much needed medical care during the day. A patient can receive treatment for the following: dehydration, pain control, symptom management, HIV counseling and testing, CD4 counts, and preparation for ARV initiation, adherence, and bereavement counseling for family members. Read more...

Voluntary Testing and Counseling (VCT)
Designed to promote the culture of voluntary testing, VCT encourages current and potential new clients to participate in pre-testing/post-testing and on going counseling on the HIV rapid test. Counseling involves the promotion of healthy living and preventative measures on not becoming infected with HIV. Read more...

Nursing Support Program
Hospice at Home nurses are the heroes of the organization as they deliver the much needed services including palliative care and counseling. They face many challenges on the field, including the fact that they are only four nurses serving the entire country. Read more...

Outreach
Hospice at Home runs a Soup Kitchen, gives Food Parcels to clients and their families who are in need, Comfort Packs to clients and their family members who are destitute or the families of clients who have died as part of on going care and solicits donations from local businesses for orphans in the area for a fun day in which the orphans and members of the community come to see and then distribute what has been collected for the children. Read more...