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Orphans and the world at large

Losing a parent is undoubtedly a traumatic experience for any child. It is an experience that will follow that child, likely playing a larg...

Friday, February 21, 2014

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Wednesday, February 19, 2014


“The silence that surrounds children affected by HIV/AIDS and the inaction that results is morally reprehensible and unacceptable. If this situation is not addressed, and not addressed now with increased urgency, millions of children will continue to die, and tens of millions more will be further marginalized, stigmatized, malnourished, uneducated, and psychologically damaged.”
These orphans must not only be fed and provided with health-care; they must also be educated and trained so that they are able to grow and become self-sufficient. This will save the children and benefit their communities and the world.


Education is the most needed tool to help these kids in the future, which is why FOADAC has been pushing for school supplies all year round. last 2 years have been great . Thank you all for your support.
Please continue to send these school items as opfetn as you can. It will change the life of these kids one at a time. !


Monday, February 3, 2014


According to the United Nations Secretary General
“It is now commonplace that Grandmothers are the caregivers for orphans. The Grandmothers are impoverished, their days are numbered, and the decimation of families is so complete that there’s often no one left in the generation coming up behind. We’re all struggling to find a viable response, and there are, of course, some superb projects and initiatives in all countries, but we can’t seem to take them to scale.”
Unfortunately this is true , for I have seen it in my own community. It is also tru that there are some great projects and initiatives in all these countries. But we need to create awareness in order to get these very much needed help to those who can truely benefit from them.
Thanks for your kindness always.

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