When is the right time to pull out of a project? Where is our support most needed? Where can we pull out because existing structures have grown strong enough to persist without our support? Are there settings where HIV/Aids is no longer a threat to the children infected or affected? Or
Aids & Child cares for sustainability in its engagements and therefore carefully prepares any pullout. After all, we are supporting children living under very precarious circumstances – and we would hate to see them going back to hunger, bad health and drop out of their education. That is why we look into sustainability and if need be – we decide to stay as long as it takes to turn the situation around. We are however happy to terminate engagements once they unfold the effects as intended.
Rangwe is a poor, small and rural village in the southern part of Western Kenya close to the border with […]
The slums of the industrial areas in East London, Eastern Cape Province are hit hardest by the estimated HIV/Aids-prevalence of […]
Aids orphans from poor families in Mumias mostly lack perspective. They drop out of school early and during primary in order […]
In Mumias, Western Kenya poverty, sugar cane processing plants and long distance truck drivers are abundantly present and responsible for […]
The Children’s Home Vumilia close to the Kakamega Natural Reserve has been supported by Aids & Child since 2006. Vumilia […]
Goal Swift relief of infected or affected children and their families in financial troubles living in Switzerland.