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One to One Children’s Fund has worked with traumatised and vulnerable children in Kosovo for more than 17 years, investing over £2.5 million during that time, directly benefitting 8,740 children and parents and indirectly benefitting more than 50,000 family and community members. Our efforts to achieve sustainability have recently borne fruit in two important ways: … Continue reading Leaving a long-term legacy in Kosovo

The decreasing number of refugees coming into Greece appears to be good news. However, this hides the many challenges faced by the over 60,000 refugees, of whom more than half are children, who are still in the country. Many larger charities have been scaling back or pulling out of the region. The thousands of refugees … Continue reading Being there for Refugees in Greece, even when others left

One to One Children’s Fund co-founded PATA in 2005 to act as a knowledge sharing forum for HIV treatment and care providers in clinics across Africa and to effect positive changes in policies and practices. Today, the PATA network extends to almost 400 clinics in 23 sub Saharan African countries. With humble beginnings as an … Continue reading PATA is driving change at national, regional and global levels

The recently concluded Expert Patient Programme, implemented in partnership with the Paediatric-Adolescent Treatment Africa network (PATA), aimed to improve access to, and quality of, treatment and care for 15,000 HIV-positive infants, children and adolescents in Zambia and Zimbabwe over three years. In fact, more than 21,000 beneficiaries were reached over the course of the project, … Continue reading Commendation by DFID for our Expert Patient Programme

Our Enable project seeks to reduce illness and death in under-5s and their mothers by harnessing the resources and creativity of local women who act as ‘Mentor Mothers.’ We are now seeing exciting results starting to come through, including 0% transmission of HIV from mother to child in the project’s targeted households. There has also … Continue reading Brilliant results from Enable: zero new HIV infections amongst babies

Between 30% and 45% of HIV positive women who are not accessing treatment will pass the virus on to their babies.


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