Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy April! Today we would like you to meet Alex who enrolled in our pediatric HIV care program last year. Alex inspires us with his cheerful attitude and love for learning amidst difficult circumstances. Both his parents are HIV+ and he was suffering from fever, lack of appetite, weight loss, and diarrhea since he was a baby.
Dear Power of Love friend: March brings good news from Zambia; we are seeing a lower incidence of malaria in our community! With your support, we were able to provide 2000 nets and education on malaria prevention last year.
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy February! Today we would like you to meet one of the amazing women in our micro loans program. Betsy, the sole caregiver for five children, successfully completed business training and received a small loan last April.
Dear Power of Love Friend: The Power of Love team extends a personal and heartfelt thank you for your dedication to prevent the spread of HIV, take care of children living with HIV, and empower women to become first-time entrepreneurs. 2016 was an extraordinary year; with your help, we provided a broader set of services to a large and growing number of families in Zambia and India.
Dear Power of Love Friend: We have much to be thankful for in this season of gratitude. Here are our top four reasons:
Dear Power of Love Friend: Hope you are doing well. Today we would like to share the achievements of women enrolled in our micro loans program. These first time entrepreneurs are gaining confidence in running businesses, and making the community stronger by teaching others the value of self-reliance.
Dear Power of Love Friend: Today we would like you to meet the youngest member of our team, Sameeran Das. Sameeran, a sophomore in high school, has been volunteering with us for the last three summers. In Sameeran's own words, "since it was my third summer in Matero, it was rewarding to see the progress made by children in the area of health, and the financial progress made by the women running
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy September! Today we want you to meet an amazing young lady. Her name is Hayley Smalley and for her Senior Project, she decided to raise funds to prevent malaria in Zambia. To keep Zambian children malaria free, Hayley organized several events in Columbus, IN including a soup dinner at her Church.