Circle of Love-Medical tests for HIV+ Cameroonians

Nov 19, 2012

People w/ HIV need protection from malaria today

Greetings dear supporters of Circle of Love, 

This September, Northern Cameroon was adversely affected by heavy flooding throughout the Logone and Shari division, including the communities where EFA supports HIV-affected families. The flooding and excess standing water has helped to breed many mosquito in an already malaria-endemic zone, and resulted in many cases of cholera.

For an HIV-positive person, it is extremely important to protect oneself from opportunistic infections, especially malaria and cholera. Through Circle of Love, EFA helps HIV-positive individuals to access malaria prevention and treatment, as well as clean drinking water to prevent cholera. 

We have added a new level of support to this project: $20 -- so that you can directly and immediately help EFA's network prevent opportunistic infections.

Many thanks for your generous support!

On est ensemble! (We are together!)


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Combined with other sources of funding, this project raised enough money to fund the outlined activities and is no longer accepting donations.

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Project Leader

Caitlyn Bradburn

Washington, DC Cameroon

Where is this project located?

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