The CrisisIn Lesotho (a small country within Africa), an unprecedented number of adults have died from AIDS leaving behind children who must fend for themselves. Even more children are impacted and left vulnerable.
Children who are orphaned or made vulnerable by HIV and AIDS often suffer from social, economic, and psychological problems. Many of them drop out of school to care for younger children and cannot access health services or find adequate food. In Sekameng, Lesotho there are currently 324 orphans.The Solution
Become a Sekameng, Lesotho Community Partner. Your gift will enable caregivers to provide things like education, health care, nutrition and counseling to orphans and vulnerable children.
Help the city of Tacoma and Greater Pierce County reach it’s goal of $50,000 to provide care to 324 orphans in Sekameng, Lesotho and potable water to their community. In addition, seeds, tools and training will be provided to 905 households to make a sustainable difference in children’s lives.Learn more about the community of Sekameng
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