About Madibong CHBC


Reducing the spread of HIV/AIDS and educating the community to improve health status and the provision of basic needs by referring them to relevant institutions.


To hold awareness campaigns, educating our community about prevention of HIV/AIDS and other deseases relating to the epedemic and reporting all cases for those infected and affected by the stigma, and also identify orphans and vulnerable children for social aspect of their life with the assistance of other stakeholders.


The organisation started on 21.02.1998 when two patients of TB who were residing in Madibong Village were discharged from Jane Furse Hospital. These patients had to go to Mamakoko Cafe everyday for their daily treatments. We were motivated by the fact that some of these patients had to travel long distances, so we found it necessary to train volunteers for DOTS and this was the formation of Madibong DOTS, to make it possible for patients to take their treatments at home. In 2003 Madibong DOTS was then changes to Madibong Community Home Based Care because after this juncture we were no longer working with DOTS only but with other diseases and socio-economic problems in the community.

Board of Directors

The organisation is overseen by a Board of Directors, composed of seven members elected biannually by the community in an Annual General Meeting. 
The current BoD: 
 - Patson Phala ( Chairperson)
 - Vickey Tlaka (Deputy Chairperson)
 - Hellen Moshabane (Secretary)
 - Anna Malwa (Deputy Secretary)
 - Jackson Mariri (Treasurer) 
 And two additional members:
 - Patrick Tswaledi
 - Steve Aphane.

Management Team

The management team consists of the
 - Project Manager, Ramogohlo Sekgothe;
 - Co-ordinator, Evelyn Mapanga 
 - Finance & Administration Officer.

Field Staff

The project has field staff of 21 (twenty one) Volunteer Community Home Based Workers servicing the four villages namely Mashishing, Madibong, Dichoeung and Moretsele spread along four Wards of Makhuduthamaga Municipality in Jane Furse.