SASH Fellow 2016-2017
Tebogo Mokganyetji is a PhD candidate in Public Health, at the University of Cape Town. She has a background and experience in Rural and Youth Development. She is interested in understanding the link (meeting point) between HIV and community members lived experiences with the disease. She would like to research on the intersection between child disclosure of HIV and social contexts that affect/influence that process and how the child and their caregivers process that information. She will learn and follow an MSF caregiver-led child disclosure program implemented in Khayelitsha to unpack the social contexts that influence the process of HIV disclosure.
Tentative Research Topic
“Intersections between caregiver led child disclosure of HIV and social aspects that affect/influence the process”.