Health
 Togo
Project #2359

Provide Medicine to Children Living with AIDS

by Hope Through Health
Vetted

Summary

This project will provide necessary medication and doctor visits for 130 children living with HIV/AIDS in the impoverished northern region of Togo, West Africa.
$3,620
total raised
93
donors
0
monthly donors
7
years active

Challenge

Raising a child with HIV/AIDS demands a tremendous amount of resources. Often the families and caretakers of children living with HIV/AIDS suffer from extreme poverty. Many can barely meet their basic needs let alone afford the cost of additional medicine and doctors visits for children living with HIV/AIDS.

Solution

This program will pay for doctors visits and medicine to treat opportunistic infections for children living with HIV/AIDS. It will also provide necessary vitamins and nutritional support.

Long-Term Impact

130 children will stay healthier thereby reducing the financial burden on their families.

Additional Documentation

This project has provided additional documentation in a Microsoft Word file (projdoc.doc).

Resources

http:/​/​hthglobal.org
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Organization Information

Hope Through Health

Location: Medway, MA - USA
Website: http:/​/​hthglobal.org
Project Leader:
Jennifer Schechter
Volunteer
Medway, MA United States

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