Our Zambian sisters would like to thank you for your continued caring and dedication to support them as they learn entrepreneurship skills and take steps toward self-reliance.
Meet Our Heroes
With your support, 500 children living with HIV receive a comprehensive package of health care services, 230 children received funds for school expenses for 2022, and recently 75 family members of new children enrolled received training in basic nursing and hygiene.
June 2022 - COVID Continues to Impact Vulnerable Communities
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy June!
May 2022 - Wishing Moms and Grandmoms a Happy Mother's Day
Dear Power of Love Friend: Greetings! As Mother's day draws near, we are thinking of mothers/grandmas/ aunts in Africa who are finding it difficult to buy food and medicines due to higher prices and loss of livelihood due to COVID. Most women in vulnerable communities, are taking care of multiple children/grandchildren, have no access to credit, and few opportunities to earn an income.
April 2022 - 2022 is off to a great start
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy April! In Zambia, malaria season runs from October to May.
March 2022 - A conversation & reflection about Power of Love's work
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy (almost) Spring!
February 2022 - Children Living with HIV Need More Support
Dear Friend: Happy February! Hope you and your loved ones are safe.
Stories of Children and Families Who Use Nets Regularly and Are Malaria Free
Mercy (not her real name) and her grandmother, share their new insecticide treated bed net. Sleeping under an insecticide treated net every day during malaria season has kept Mercy and her grandma malaria free. Mercy is not scared of falling sick with malaria anymore as she has a bed net. Since receiving nets, no one in the family has been sick from malaria.
Project Mosquito Nets Program in Zambia: Activities and Impact in 2021
Thank you! The Power of Love team along with the beneficiary families, would like to say a “big thank you” for your continued support. Your support has resulted in lowering the incidence of malaria, improved health, higher school attendance, and economic stability in high transmission communities in Zambia.
These Women are Heroes
Sarah (name changed, picture on left), the sole caregiver for her six children was facing challenges providing for her family. She wanted to change her circumstances so she could pay for school fees and purchase necessities such as mealie meal and cooking oil.