Dr Clive Evian
(KDHSL 1969)

Dr Clive Evian matriculated from King David Linksfield in 1969 and went on to study medicine at the University of the Witwatersrand. He later specialized in Community Health in 1991, and is a registered specialist in this field. Clive was one of the first doctors to begin addressing the epidemic in South Africa. Since then he has worked almost entirely with HIV/AIDS in South Africa and beyond, and was part of the steering team that developed the fist Strategic HIV/AIDS Plan for the new South African government in 1994. His work has involved has involved all aspects of the disease from awareness to treatment .He is widely published. His book entitled PRIMARY HIV/AIDS Clinical Care targeting developing countries which has been widely distributed. Close to 100000 copies have been sold and it is now in its 5th edition. He has authored various other books and scientific publications. His work has taken him into over 16 countries in Africa. He was elected as an Associated of the College of Medicine in Public Health Medicine in 1992 and was featured in the Who’s Who of South Africa in 2009. Currently he is working part-time for Right to Care in the field of Mother to Child HIV transmission. Clive is also an acclaimed photographer.