Eliminating the transmission of HIV from pregnant mothers to children is no small task but that is Beatrice’s ambition for Aboke. As the midwife in charge of the maternity ward at the Aboke Health Centre, Anna has the potential to
Margaret Ogola is a busy woman, tending to her new goats, running her new hair salon business, and raising her three HIV-infected children. Even though Margaret is busy, her life is less stressful than before. As an HIV positive woman,
The youth in Aboke had an idea about how to help their community stop the spread of HIV/AIDS, but they could not find the support to turn their vision into a reality. Twenty-two youth established themselves as the Aboke Drama
This post by our Executive Director, Claire Holloway Wadhwani, was featured on the Huffington Post – Read it Here World AIDS Day – a time for us to celebrate the amazing progress being made in the global struggle against HIV/AIDS
Sarah Acuda – Saving other moms from the fear of passing HIV to their children Sarah Acuda is a widow and mother in Boro Boro, Uganda. After her husband died in 2007, she was persuaded by neighbours to be tested
TEN. FIVE. Amazing! Thanks to the participation of riders and their sponsors, the 2014 AIDS Ride for Africa bike-athons raised $33,000. Funds are being disbursed to ten community-based projects in five African countries! In Ethiopia: Funds are supporting KMG Ethiopia’s
Eunice Achieng – an HIV nurse reaching more patients thanks to her new bike! Achieng Eunice has devoted her life to helping people living with HIV/AIDS, recognizing their struggles not only with the disease, but just to access health care.