Tebogo Konkobe

Tebogo Konkobe is a Project Coordinator for Project Khuluma that is looking to improve the mental health and wellbeing needs of HIV positive adolescents in South Africa. Tebogo oversees the peer-mentor programme that provides the mentors with the knowledge, skills and capabilities to facilitate support groups for HIV positive adolescents via mobile phone. The programme also provides them with the support so that they can develop their plans for the future.

Tebogo has considerable counselling experience, she has volunteered for the Department of Correctional Services in South Africa working with inmates who are attending anger management classes and also with adolescents.

Tebogo has obtained a BA degree (Health and Social Services) in Psychological Counselling from the University of South Africa.

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The SHM Foundation works globally to bring about positive social change through projects in the areas of learning and citizenship, health and the arts.

The Foundation was set up in 2008 by Professor Maurice Biriotti and Professor Henrietta Moore, who co-founded the strategy and insight consultancy SHM Productions, based in central London, in 1996.

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