HIV and AIDS Awareness

Since 2001 Yabonga has trained over 1000 women living with HIV to be peer educators and lay counsellors. We have presented HIV education at community clinics, taxi ranks, schools, and other public places. Home visits are a critical part of the support. We believe in rebuilding the families who have been affected by HIV.

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With your help, we can keep expanding our programmes, educating more women, feeding more children and continuing to educate and break the stigma of HIV/AIDS. Your contribution will make a difference in a child’s life, and could change the course of their destiny.