Providing Urgently Needed Care for Those Suffering from AIDS and HIV
Unless rich nations step up their efforts to curb AIDS, the U.N. estimates that the disease will kill 70 million people over the next 20 years. 95% of all people with AIDS or HIV live in developing nations, with the countries of sub-Saharan Africa particularly hard-hit. An estimated 15 million children under age 15 have lost their mothers or both parents as a result of AIDS. See articles.

Zambia: Developing and testing innovative AIDS response models. South Africa: AIDS awareness taught in schools & institutions. India: Counseling for PLWAs (people living with HIV-AIDS).
Nigeria:Free consultation, HIV/AIDS screening and awareness. Thailand: Medical supplies, food and clothing for orphans. Mozambique: AIDS awareness seminars.
See also: Tanzania | India | Russia | Kenya | Nepal | Romania

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