Power of Love's pediatric HIV care program provides a suite of services to children living with HIV so they can live close to normal or normal lives. With improved health, 95% of school age children are in school. Second, all children (or their caregivers) receive monitoring and training in adherence to medication.
Project Mosquito Net
Power of Love's micro loans program provides training in entrepreneurial skills, multiple loans, and ongoing support to women in Zambia. In addition to training and loans, program activities focus on the provision of information on how to open a bank account, save regularly, build assets, and teach financial literacy.
Malaria continues to be the leading cause of child mortality globally and deaths due to malaria continue to be unacceptably high.
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy July!
Malaria continues to be the leading cause of child mortality globally and deaths due to malaria continue to be unacceptably high. It can destroy livelihoods and weaken already fragile health systems. However, there is good news on the malaria prevention front.
Dear Friend: Happy April! We are happy to share that Power of Love launched a Clean Water project on World Water Day, March 25. This project provides training and safe water filtration systems to families who do not have access to clean water. Access to clean water will prevent water borne diseases, such as typhoid, cholera, dysentery, Hepatitis A etc.
Dear Power of Love Friend: Greetings! On this World AIDS Day, UNAIDS is urging each of us to reduce the inequalities which are slowing progress in ending AIDS. Over the last 40 years of HIV response, vulnerable populations have not had equal access to testing, treatment, and new technologies.