The DR EVE brand stands for sexual health, sexuality and relationships. Set within a Sexual Rights, Responsibilities, Rewards framework the brand utilizes cutting edge evidence based research. The intention is to inform, educate and counsel people. And activate people into more pleasurable and satisfying sexual health, sexuality and relationships. The DR EVE brand undertakes to reach a diversity of people, be globally relevant and culturally competent. To this end the DR EVE brand is digitally devoted to social media, radio and blogging to provoke people into critical thinking and learning.
The DR EVE SEXUAL HEALTH STORE embodies the principles of the DR EVE brand : the right of adults to sexual health information, education and counseling within the context of a sexual health store. The DR EVE brand stands committed to a personalized educational shopping experience. Situated within the professional rooms of the Sexual Health Center it serves as a stand alone enterprise and as an adjunct to the core professional clinical services. All services and enterprises weave together to sustain the DR EVE brand, a household name in South Africa.
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