Why we do

HIV/AIDS is leading cause of deaths among young people aged 10-24 in Africa, Tanzania and second globally. Sadly despite of long term global collaborative efforts to fight HIV disease key young people from vulnerable communities are disproportionately affected and hardly hit by the virus. In Sub Saharan Africa region 84% of all Young people with HIV live here.Young people remain the only drives of all economies and development, leaving this valuable generation to be weak, poor and ill affects our move of sustainable development 2030.  HIV results in increased susceptibility to a wide range of infections, cancers and other diseases that young people with healthy immune systems can fight off.

POVERTY AND DISEASES

Poverty and Diseases are inextricably linked, Together are deadly

PREVENTABLE MORTALITY

In poor families preventable illnesses are leading cause of mortality

LIMITED RESOURCES

Around 2.4 billion people currently have no access to basic health facility