Our Aims & Objectives
Inform and educate communities, families and individuals affected and infected of their rights and promote dignity by providing advice and counselling services to HIV/AIDS patients who come in contact with our organisation
Discuss openly and accurately the basic facts about the HIV and AIDS together with information about the effective means of prevention through educational and community based activities.
Provide practical help to HIV patients e.g. medication, nutritious food and clothing and help and support via the facilitation of short courses, seminars and workshops.
Create highly specialised locally based village clinics to help eliminate the root causes of HIV and AIDS pandemic by encouraging those affected to participate directly in community based activities undertaking peer-to-peer mentoring, promote the general acceptance of voluntary counselling and testing of HIV and safer practices.
Overcome the silence, stigma, discrimination, denial and fear by empowering people through the distribution of all relevant factual information.
Reject the negative statements by some cultures and religious beliefs that AIDS is a form of divine punishment or retribution.