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This scenario has become common place. The face of AIDS has changed. Women have shifted from those least affected by the the disease in the early 1980s, to those among whom the disease is spreading most rapidly.

 
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I was a very sick widow, had no food or clothes. If I had not come to this place, I’d be dead. I often did not think I would live until the next day. I have gained some weight and grown in appetite since I came here. Now, I have accepted Christ and his love. Now, I smile all the time!
— PROGRAM PARTICIPANT AT HOMECARE
 

OUR WORK ENDING HIV/AIDS

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KENYA

Through a three-year skills training and holistic health program, 30 HIV+ widows living in the Kibera Slum of Nairobi receive emotional, physical, spiritual and psychological support. 

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ETHIOPIA

Over the course of 10 months, women on the Entoto Mountain near Addis Ababa are equipped with income-generating skills and seed capital that revolutionizes their lives, families, and communities.

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INDIA

Our partner Nireekshana ACET (AIDS Care, Education, and Training) provides holistic clinical and social care to the poor living with HIV in central India, where they see over 1,000 patients each month.

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MYANMAR

Tirzah Myanmar brings much needed medical care to remote villages, treating patients' physical and spiritual needs. 

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BRAZIL

Tirzah’s leaders in Latin America work in schools to educate teens about HIV/AIDS. 


 
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ONE WOMAN

IS INFECTED WITH HIV EVERY MINUTE.

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HIV/AIDS IS THE #1 CAUSE OF DEATH

AMONG WOMEN OF CHILD-BEARING AGE.


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