Between July 11 and 16, 1993 a second workshop for the original group, or first generation, of "trained" traditional healers was held in Emaweni (Northern Transvaal) for the purposes of: (1) evaluating the impact of the earlier training; (2) assessing the experience of healers who trained other healers; (3) discussing problems that arose since the first training; and (4) making plans for the future AIDS/STDs prevention activities involving traditional healers in South Africa. As at Tsitsikama, a knowledge, attitudes, and practices (KAP) type of survey was conducted to assess the impact of the earlier training of participating healers. Only nineteen of the original twenty-eight participants of the first workshop were present at the second, for reasons discussed in the second workshop report (Green, Zokwe, and Dupree 1993).