2022 Report on POL's Micro Loans Program
The Power of Love team is grateful for your continued support and dedication to empower vulnerable women, educate children, and alleviate poverty. Your continued support is building a community of empowered and self-reliant women entrepreneursRationale for a Microloans program and the Impact of COVID
2022 Report on POL's Pediatric HIV Care Program
Thank you! The Power of Love team and our Zambian families are grateful for your support for our pediatric HIV care program in Zambia. Your continued support and love over the last several years is building a community of healthy, well-informed children, and families self-reliant in taking care of their health.
March 2023 - Brady Is An Inspiration
Dear Friend: Happy March!
February 2023 - School is Fun
Dear Friend: Happy February!
January 2023 - Sending a Giant Wave of Best Wishes for the Holidays and for 2023
Dear Friend: Happy December!
Equalize Access to Resources on This World AIDS Day
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.
Provision of Credit and Financial Choices Goes a Long Way Towards Women's Empowerment
Impact of COVID, climate change: In the past 3-4 years, more countries are facing growing levels of food insecurity and lack of income opportunities due to COVID, climate change, and conflict. One solution is to provide income generating skills and loans/financing to these families.
Living with HIV is Not a Barrier to Achieving One's Goals
Can we combat climate change and poor health?: Recent studies conclude that the provision of food, clean energy, education, health, water, and sanitation can result in reducing both the impact of climate change and poverty while boosting human well-being.
There is a Continuing Need for Malaria Prevention Efforts
Malaria in Africa: Since 2000, malaria cases and deaths have been declining in Africa due to the provision of insecticide-treated nets (ITNs) and antimalarial drugs. A decrease in access in either or both would lead to potentially catastrophic increases in malaria morbidity and, mortality within Africa.