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.
Dear Friend: Happy September! Power of Love's partner organization in India, Jagruthi, works with more than 600 vulnerable children in and around Bengaluru.
Key Program Activities and Impact in 2017
Over the last ten years, this program has grown, matured, and continues to provide a comprehensive package of lifesaving health care services to 350 HIV+ children and their families in Zambia. Key program activities completed in 2017 are given below:
Thanks as always for your support for our work in the area of women's empowerment and community strengthening in Zambia. As you know our goal is to empower women by teaching them marketable skills so they can take better care of their families, keep their children in school, and become role model for others in the community.
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
Meet Two Children who are Working Hard in School to Realize their Dreams of Joining the Medical Profession
Power of Love's pediatric HIV care program continues to improve the lives of several hundred children and families impacted by HIV, AIDS, and malaria in Zambia. The vision behind this program is to strengthen women and grandmothers so they can take care of their HIV+ children and sick family members at home.