Baby formula for HIV+ teen mothers in Lima, Peru

 
$3,235
$11,765
Raised
Remaining
Jun 11, 2010

Summer Update for the HIV+ Teen Moms in Lima, Peru

Mother and child in the clinic plaza
Mother and child in the clinic plaza

Thank you for wonderful support of this micro project helping HIV+ young mothers feed their newborns. The work of the clinic is all volunteer and the financial support makes a huge difference. This clinic support is one of 94 micro-clinics supported throughout Peru that VIDA provides medical supplies to on an ongoing basis.

The San Camilo Home (HSC), a non-profit founded in1995 n the largest cloister of an old convent of the Camillus Monks, for the purposes of accommodating, accompanying and attending to people with HIV/AIDS living in extreme poverty, encouraging a path to health where the value of life is given the greatest priority.

We are grateful to all the donors. If you could share this project with one friend we can get closer to our project goal.

Gracias!

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Project Leader

Patti Mangan

Board of Directors Member
Emeryville, CA United States

Where is this project located?

Peru   Health
Map of Baby formula for HIV+ teen mothers in Lima, Peru