Project Mosquito Net
Dear Friend: Happy holidays! Looking back 2020 has been a tough year.
Dear Friend: Happy World AIDS Day! Every year, December 1 is designated to support adults and children living with HIV, and to pledge to continue the fight against HIV and AIDS. We believe that together we can end AIDS. In Zambia, only 59% of all people living with HIV have undetectable viral loads; this number must be increased to 75% for the epidemic to end.
As a result of the generosity of an anonymous donor, we were able to provide clean cooking stoves and education to vulnerable families in Zambia. Over the last four winter months, 1000 families have benefitted from the provision of clean cooking stoves. Family members love their new stoves as these keep them warm, cook food faster, and save money on fuel.
Dear Friend: Hope you are staying safe from Corona virus. This virus has had a disproportionately higher impact on low income populations and countries.
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: 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 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.
The Power of Love team along with the beneficiary families, would like to say a “big thank you”. Your generosity and caring are have resulted in improved health, fewer missed days at school/work and in lowering the incidence of malaria in beneficiary communities in Zambia.