AIDS

Unless rich nations step up efforts to curb AIDS, the U.N. estimates that the disease will kill 70 million people over the next 20 years. 95% of all people with AIDS or HIV live in developing nations, with the countries of sub-Saharan Africa particularly hard-hit. An estimated 15 million children under age 15 have lost their mothers or both parents as a result of AIDS. See articles.

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    Zambia: Developing and testing innovative
AIDS response models.

South Africa: AIDS awareness taught in schools
and institutions.
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Thailand: Medical supplies, food and clothing
for orphans.
India: Counseling for PLWAs (People Living
with HIV-AIDS).


See also: 
 India | Russia Nepal | Romania Mozambique

Click here to read more on what Family Care Foundation is doing in various countries to combat HIV-AIDS.