Josephine Malala- Fund Raising Director

Josephine Malala is a South African lady with holds a Masters in Anthropology of Development and Social Transformation (ADST). Her dissertation was completed in 2007 Sussex University (United Kingdom) titled Dissertation:   The Role of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) in Dealing with HIV and AIDS Problems in South Africa:

The Case of BP and Anglo American Corporation. She holds an Honours in Social Anthropology from Wits University (South Africa) and Bachelor of Arts (Social sciences) degree Wits University (South Africa).

 Josephine has over 10 years working experience in different environments and with different people, e.g. NGOs, government people communities and people in the business/corporate sector. Her interest is in corporate Social Responsibility or Investment (CSI/CSR): She has extensive experience in research, project evaluation and project management.  Josephine has travelled extensively in South Africa and abroad. Main achievement is winning a The Nelson Mandela Scholarship Award.
 
Josephine has written some of the following PUBLICATIONS, CONFERENCES AND TALKS
 

1. Malala, J. (2008) ‘Community Research and HIV/AIDS’. Presentation delivered at the Ecology of AIDS Symposium at Wits University, Johannesburg
2. Malala,J. (2008) ‘Research Methods in Community Research’ Presentation delivered at the TAC training of coordinators workshop held in Johannesburg.
3. Webster, N. Jewkes, R. Malala, J. Christofides, N. Silo, Z. Penn-Kekana L. and Martin, L. (2002) ‘Researching Medico legal Services for rape survivors in the North West Province’. Presented at the 1st annual SAGBVHI conference.
4. Wojcicki, J.M and Malala, J (2001) ‘Condom Use, Power and HIV/AIDS risk:
5. Malala, J. (2001) ‘Perceptions of the body, disease and illness by sex workers in  Hillbrow’. Presented at the Aids in context international conference
6. Sex workers bargain for survival in Hillbrow/ Joubert Park/ Berea, Johannesburg’. Social Science and Medicine (53) 2001.
7. Malala, J. (2001) ‘The other side of health: The perceptions of Disease, Illness and the Body by Sex-workers’ in Hillbrow, Johannesburg. An unpublished dissertation.

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