Unjani Clinics NPC

Unjani Clinics NPC is a non-profit company (Reg #2014/089277/08) and registered public benefit organization (PBO #930047735) established to implement and manage the Unjani Clinic Network.

Ownership None. Significant assets None – not for profit motive, with cost recoveries.

GOALS & OBJECTIVES

Our Vision for the Network is to:

  • - To build a SUCCESSFUL NETWORK of nurse owned and operated clinics
  • - To set the benchmark for delivering QUALITY AND AFFORDABLE healthcare services to the people of South Africa
  • - To serve the network with the same PASSIONATE COMMITMENT that they provide to their patients
  • - To provide business mentoring and coaching for SUSTAINABLE ENTERPRISES

 

MISSION STATEMENT

To empower black women, build a sustainable network of nurse owned and operated primary healthcare clinics nationally and create permanent jobs.

Unjani Clinics NPC's Current Team

LYNDA TOUSSAINT
Chief Executive Officer
083 443 0549
ltoussaint@unjani.org

RITA STEELE
Accountant
084 488 4486
rsteele@unjani.org

MIRRIAM MOSALA
Project Co-Ordinator
083 559 7225
mmosala@unjani.org

SUE HOOSAIN
Network General Manager
082 212 9761
shoosain@unjani.org

FREDDAH MABONA
Financial Administrator
073 409 9967
fmabona@unjani.org

ERIC MASEHLA
Driver
082 597 7647

Unjani Clinics NPC’s Board

Dr IAIN BARTON
Director

BERENICE LAWRENCE
Director

TJAART van der WALT
Director

LYNDA TOUSSAINT
CEO, Director

SOURCES of REVENUE

Unjani Clinics NPC is reliant on funding (until we reach 50 Clinics in the Network) from donors such as the Imperial Group, Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer SA, RMA and others in order to expand the Network, in addition a monthly Network Fee is charged to each Clinic in the Network to cover some of the operational expenses of Unjani Clinic NPC.

The Network Fee is governed by a 5 year Enterprise Development Agreement signed by the Professional Nurse.

The main costs associated with the project include:

  1. Infrastructure (converted shipping container) and signage which is donated to the Professional Nurse;
  2. Clinic Equipment, Initial Stock & Internals (furniture, clinic equipment, computer equipment) which is donated to the Professional Nurse;
  3. Operational Donations paid to the Professional Nurse for the first 24 months of trade (in order to assist with working capital requirements until the patient numbers reach break even).

Unjani Clinics NPC support, training and operating costs

When looking at the investment required in a Clinic, we look at it as an investment in the Professional Nurse over the 5-year Enterprise Development period.

Depending on the infrastructure format required (rural, semi-rural or peri-urban) the investment cost is between R1 million and R1.2 million per Professional Nurse and the breakdown of this cost is approximately:

  • - Clinic Infrastructure & Equipment R500 000 to R700 000
  • - Operational Donations R200 000
  • - Unjani Clinics NPC Support Costs R300 000