The ZTVA model was rolled out by the Population Council (in collaboration with UNHCR and other organisations) in 4 Ugandan refugee camps.
TVEP Data Presented at Int’l AIDS Conference
Data from TVEP’s HIV and SGBV programmes were presented at the 20th International AIDS Conference in Melbourne, Australia.
2010 TVEP Facilitates Vhembe CBO Creation
The Vhembe Civil Society Network is formed, bringing together 30 CBOs in the region.
Inaugural ART Workshops for Children
In collaboration with Vhutshilo Mountain School, TVEP starts the first ART workshops for children.
2005 Zero Tolerance Village Alliance
TVEP’s strategy for encouraging positive changes in behaviour around SGBV was started in eight communities.
Help Desks Established at Local Clinics
Our first 6 help desks open at local clinics, staffed with advisors who provide communities with referrals to a variety of health, trauma, and legal services.
Second 24/7 Trauma Centre Opens
Our second 24/7 Trauma Centre is opened at Donald Fraser Hospital.
Young Perpetrator Programme Piloted
The young perpetrator programme (YPP), for sex offenders under the age of 18 was developed and piloted with the assistance and guidance of Childline and the Teddy Bear Clinic.
TVEP Formally Established
Thohoyandou Victim Empowerment Trust (TVEP) is established and formally registered as a not-for-profit organisation.
Central Office Opens
TVEP secures a house in Sibasa for their central offices.
First 24/7 Trauma Centre Opens
We opened our first 24/7, one-stop trauma centre at Tshilidzini Hospital, in partnership with SAPS and the South Africa Department of Health (DoH).
Thohoyandou VEC Formed
The Thohoyandou Victim Empowerment Committee (VEC) is set up by the Community Policing Forum (CPF) and the South African Police Service (SAPS).
Thohoyandou Victim Empowerment Programme (TVEP) is located in the Limpopo province of South Africa. We focus on providing prevention, empowerment and support services in five thematic areas: HIV/AIDS, child abuse, domestic violence, sexual assault, and LGBTI/ minorities.