Groote Schuur Hospital was where One to One Children’s Fund started its pioneering work to deliver life-saving ART to children at the height of the AIDS epidemic in South Africa. In January 2018, we returned to Groote Schuur Hospital supporting a project working with teenagers living with HIV.
Every day our Mentor Mothers are out in the community providing healthcare in the homes of the most vulnerable mothers and children. We wanted to show them what a difference they were making to the lives of the families they support.
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
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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