#1 To provide people with HIV and vulnerable children with the psychosocial support they need. We believe that first and foremost people need to have hope that life can and will get better. They need to know that someone cares. Without hope, other assistance will fail to make a difference. Psychosocial support is provided through one-on-one counseling, and support group gatherings.
#2 To ensure that people living with HIV and vulnerable children have access to appropriate health care. We assist with the cost of medical care, and training on how to make healthy choices, to ensure a better quality of life.
#3 To provide appropriate education so that people living with HIV can make informed decisions and become life-long learners. We assist with the cost of schooling for children, helping them to achieve their academic goals and to become productive members of society.