Alice is one of our goat project beneficiaries. Alice cares for her five grandchildren. All they have is each other and they have experienced horrible pain, loss, hunger and illness. If not for the young children, Alice would have given up long ago. However, this beautiful family was given a second chance. And they are thriving! The goat project has given them many opportunities to provide their own food, medicine and fees for school.
Alice is very happy with Baylor Uganda for supporting her family under the AFCA project. She tells us, "I was supported with seeds and given goats as well. My livestock project is doing well and I am also getting manure for my farming. Great thanks to Baylor Uganda for selecting me and for supporting my family."
Everyone here at the American Foundation for Children with AIDS, and our partners in Africa, thank you for your continued support of this important project. If you would like to learn even more about this project and others, please contact Tanya Weaver at tweaver@AFCAids.org.
Donna is HIV+ and so is her husband, Ralph. Donna is thrilled with Baylor Uganda for supporting her family within the AFCA projects. She was supported in both the livestock and agriculture programs.
Ralph and Donna were given seeds and goats. They started a small banana plantation. Farming produce allowed them to buy two additional goats to boost their livestock project. And the livestock project is currently giving them manue to improve their banana plantation. Donna thanks Baylor Uganda and AFCA for supporting her family and her community in general.
Everyone here at the American Foundation for Children with AIDS, and our partners in Africa. thank you for your continued support of this important project. If you would like to learn even more about this project and others, please contact Tanya Weaver at tweaver@AFCAids.org.
Katelyn is one of the beneficiaries of the AFCA project in Karusandara. She is an HIV+ caregiver and a widow who takes care of her three children. She has also benefited from the three trainings of crop production, animal production and village saving and loaning associations. Katelyn is very happy with this AFCA project because of the great things she has achieved from the project.
Katelyn tell us, “The AFCA project has done great things in my life. I was given knowledge in the form of trainings in both crop and animal production which has greatly improved my farming and rearing practices. The village loaning and saving association in which we trained and started is also doing well! I was given some goats and my animal project is also doing very well. The goats have produced and I have been able to sell some to solve some other emergencies. I have bought cement, sand and gravel to use in the building of my home. I hope to complete the house after this harvesting season."
The team here at the American Foundation for Children with AIDS thanks you for supporting this project and the work we do for the children in Africa. As you start to make decisions regarding your end of year giving, please keep us in mind so we can continue our good work into 2020 and beyond. We wish you a new year full of many blessings and as much hope as you have shared with us. If you would like to learn even more about what we do or how you can meet some of the children you have helped, please contact Tanya Weaver at tweaver@AFCAids.org.
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