Project #3724

Support AIDS-Affected Households with Food

by Rakai Community Based AIDS Organization
Dec 17, 2012

Local leadership appreciates RACOBAO

Women receiving there food
Women receiving there food

Local leadership appreciates RACOBAO for the support of food to people living with HIV.

 RACOBAO in its efforts to support people living with HIV is partnering with Global giving to support mothers with HIV on treatment to enable them adhere to their treatment.   The chairperson local council V of Lyantonde district Mr. Fred Muhangi after learning of this great work he decided to preside over the giving of food support to mothers. In his speech he thanked RACOBAO and partners for giving such support to vulnerable people and he encouraged them to grow their food. This came at a time when 2000kgs were distributed to 20 mothers at the world AIDS day.

Thanks to global giving for enabling RACOBAO to reach such people.


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Organization Information

Rakai Community Based AIDS Organization

Location: Lyantonde, NA - Uganda
Project Leader:
Stephen Ssenkima
Lyantonde, Uganda

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