AFSA will strive to save lives, to enhance the quality of life and to reduce the cost of healthcare in South Africans suffering from allergic disorders and primary immune deficiencies.
The foundation was established to create awareness, to advise and educate patients, to promote responsible care, to assist with advocacy and to raise funds for professional development.
What We Do
We achieve our mission through a variety of projects and activities. These include: Alliances with patient organisation groups, fund raising for the training of healthcare professionals and new research, training academy for health care professionals, endorsement of products etc.
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On the 6th February 2017, Western Cape Education Department sent out a circular to all Western Cape Schools supporting our ‘Allergy in Schools Policy’. We hope for the national roll out to follow soon. Many schools have been enquiring about training and actions plans. Action Plans and Discussion documents relating to the circular can be found here.