Abbreviations

ACT

AIDS

AFUB

ANC

ARV

ART

ASSA

CBR

CD4

CHC

CHW

CP

DHS

DICAG

DPSA

DSM

GNI

GPS

HAART

HBM

HCBC

HCBP

HDI

HEARD

HIV

HR

ICIDH

ICF

IKS

KAP

KZN

MRC

MTCT

NGO

PHC

PAR

RAP

SPHC

STD

TAC

TB

TBA

THP

VTC

WHO

- AIDS Communication Team

- Acquired Immune Deficiency Disorder

- African Union for the Blind

- African National Congress

- Antiretroviral

- Antiretroviral Treatment

- Actuarial Society of South Africa

- Community Based Rehabilitation

- Indicator for the functioning of the Immune system. CD4 cells

are counted in people that suffer from AIDS. A measurement of under 200 CD4 cells indicates the need for ARV treatment

- Community Health Centres

- Community Health Worker

- District Health System

- Disabled Children Action Group

- Disabled People South Africa

- Diagnostic and Statistical Manual on Mental Disorders

- Gross National Income per capita

- Global Positioning System

- Highly Active Antiretroviral Therapy

- Health Belief Models

- Home Community Based Care

- Home Community Based Programmes

- Human Development Index

- Health Economy and HIV/AIDS Research Division

- Human Immunodeficiency Virus

- Human Resources

- International Classification of Impairment, Disability and Handicap

- International Classification of Function, Disability and Health

- Indigenous Knowledge System

- Knowledge, Attitude and Practice (type of assessment)

- KwaZulu-Natal

- Medical Research Council of South Africa

- Mother To Child Transmission Protection

- None Government Organisation

- Primary Health Care

- Participatory Action Research

- Rapid Assessment Procedure

- Selective Primary Health Care

- Sexually Transmitted Disease

- Treatment Action Campaign

- Tuberculosis

- Traditional Birth Attendance

- Traditional Health Practitioner

- Volunteer Testing and Counselling

- World Health Organisation


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