Dear Friend: Happy June!
Dear Friend: Hope you and your loved ones are staying safe from the COVID-19 virus. As many of us continue to work from the safety of our homes, we are reminded that it's a privilege to have a safe shelter, ample food, and good health care. However, this is not true for most families we work with in Zambia and India.
Dear Power of Love Friend: Hope you and your family are keeping safe from the virus. I wanted to let you know that Power of Love is taking aggressive steps to keep our staff and beneficiary families safe from COVID-19. We are monitoring the situation continuously in both Zambia and India where are programs are located.
Dear Power of Love Friend: We hope this finds you well as we face the uncertainties posed by COVID-19. As always, the poor and vulnerable will be hardest hit by this global pandemic, and the implications for our partners, women and children are huge. We will remain by their sides, support one another, and face challenges. We're all in this together.
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy March! We wanted to share news that will warm the cockles of your heart. One of our goals is that all children under our care have access to education. However, most children enrolled in our pediatric HIV care program live with single parents, grandparents or extended family members.
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy February! The world's first malaria vaccine is being tested in Malawi, Kenya and Ghana. According to the World Health Organization, this vaccine is a "complementary malaria control tool" to be used in addition to insecticide treated bed nets, indoor spraying and prompt treatment.
Dear Alka: Happy 2020! As we enter the new year, we want to give a shout out to community groups that are making a real difference in HIV prevention and care. People living with HIV, especially from marginalized communities such as women and youth