Why "Safe Park"?
Women & Children's Health
Project Mosquito Nets and its Impact
The Power of Love team along with the beneficiary families, would like to say a “big thank you” to you for helping prevent malaria, keeping children healthy, and improving school attendance.
Dear Alka: On this World AIDS day, our mission to prevent new HIV infections, and support children living with HIV has been strengthened. The UN Sustainable Development Goal for health includes ending AIDS by 2030. Our goal is that none of the children under our care ever develop AIDS. Together we can end AIDS in just over a decade.
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy fall! As you may know we partner with Jagruthi, in India to provide high quality health care and education to several hundred children of sex workers. Most children are undernourished, have access to little or no medical care, and live in unsanitary environments in and around Bengaluru, India.
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy October! We would like to thank our friends who donated to the matching campaign with our partner, One Day's Wages.
Thank you for Helping Create a Malaria Free World
You Are Helping End AIDS
We are growing educators and leaders? Over the last 2-3 years, we have been encouraging older children to lead workshops during our weekly educational games and activities program.
Can Malaria be eliminated from Zambia: Zambia has set a lofty goal of eliminating malaria by 2021, even though malaria transmission rates continue to be high in all parts of the country. According to the USAID, this goal is ambitious, but within reach.
We can end AIDS: The UN has set a goal of ending AIDS by 2030. This can be achieved if 80%, (current number is 59%) of all people living with HIV are on treatment.