Contacts for Kenya Pediatric HIV Project

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Contacts for Kenya Pediatric HIV Project
Organizations funded for 2008
ICODEI/Volunteer Kenya- $2000
Contacts: Hank Selke: [email protected]; Joe Manning:
[email protected]
We have a 2-year history with this group, supplying $2000 each year to support
EMPOWER, a HIV/AIDS peer education program, as well as local orphanages. Our
money goes to $150/1 week session, and sponsoring and HIV orphan at the school
connected to the program ($200/yr).
Rotary Safe Water Project- $2000
Contact: ALIE ELEVELD [[email protected]]
We have a 2-year history w this group, supplying them w $4000 grants in 2006 and 2007,
We support a Children’s Club, a side project of the group, providing blankets, shoes,
flour, mosquito nets, uniforms, mattresses etc. They need funds to pay for child
counselors($50/month) as well. It is the best funded group we support, but this side
project is not funded by others.
KAIPPG – $1000
Contact: James Onyango: kaippg [[email protected]]; [email protected]
This NGO supports HIV positive communities by providing them with medical care,
information, and working with a sustainable development model. They work with groups
from 2-10 years, and eventually remove their support when the groups are financially
self-efficient. Our funds would help develop programs, and would specifically go toward
their orphans and vulnerable children project, buying uniforms and school supplies for
children, as well as supporting other basic needs.
Furaha Orphanage – $2000
Had been supporting 23 orphans without any funding source. Our funds support basic
goods like bedding, food, as well as school fees, etc.
Shikokho Women’s Group/Solid Rock Youth Group- $1000
Contact: peter ingosi [[email protected]]; Peter English:
[email protected]
Group is loosely sponsored by Foundation for Sustainable Development, our money goes
to support the youth group. The youth group currently supports 110HIV/AIDS orphans at
the local primary/secondary school through this program by providing them w medical
care at the clinic, feeding them breakfast and lunch, and providing them uniforms and
school supplies. By helping to defray their costs we help free up more money for the
clinic and nurse salaries
Louise G. White(woman at a church in DC that works w the program)
[email protected]
202-362-0541
301-404-6843 (cell)
5908 Nevada Ave. NW
Washington DC 20015
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