Projects

PROJECTS LIKE;-

Remove children from the streets

Rehabilitate children and resettle them back with their closest family members

Provide material support in the form of basic necessities like shelter, food, medical care and education

Provide fun activities such as soccer, basketball, dance, drama, singing, acrobatics, etc..

Increase awareness about the life of vulnerable and street children through social media outreach

Project Hope for African understands the vast difficulty in responding to the HIV/AIDS crisis and thus has joined hands with others to fight this war. We invite you to be an active participant in this battle by supporting our programs and community outreach work. Together we can make the difference and give the youth of Africa a true change for a future.

While eradication of HIV transcends the reach of any single program, or organization reducing the threat and the consequences of the virus so the future of younger generations are no longer overshadowed by this threat is the vision guiding all our efforts. PHA believes that supporting these young people in their successful transition into productive and engaged adulthood can have a big impact on the countries’ progress and growth. Furthermore, our programs incorporate the building of a tolerant and caring society for those, today and tomorrow, already infected or affected by HIV/AIDS.

The HIV/AIDS pandemic is one of the greatest global threats in the world today. Africa is the epicenter of this crisis – home to just over 10% of the world’s population, but nearly two-thirds of those living with HIV/AID worldwide. In 2006 alone, more than 2 million Africans died of AIDS. Since the beginning of the pandemic, over 20 million Africans have died of AIDS.

SODAC is deeply concerned with the increasing number of street children and our primary objective is to instill happiness and hope to vulnerable and street children.

Our activities include Educating them, giving the shelter, teaching them how to sing dance, acrobatics and other activities that  we can participate in as a family and across African Countries. Currently there are 16 boys who live and sleep in the home.

Our activities include Educating them, giving the shelter, teaching them how to sing dance, acrobatics and other activities that  we can participate in as a family and across African Countries. Currently there are 16 boys who live and sleep in the home.

 

 

 

 

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