AIDS has orphaned 1.9 million children in South Africa.
In the slums of South Africa are countless children living in tin shacks, without parents, let alone electricity and running water. Keep a Child Alive works tirelessly to support these children, providing them with the skills and resources they need to help themselves. It is an uphill battle as the AIDS epidemic constantly creates new orphan families in need of the program's support.
Keep a Child Alive is committed to helping these children overcome the tragedy they've experienced while protecting the family unit by ensuring that siblings continue to live together in their homes. Through the provision of basic needs such as food, clothing, transportation, water, electricity, school fees, and healthcare, Keep a Child Alive relieves some of the pressure and despair faced by these young children, who are forced to take on adult roles.
Donate now to help children orphaned by AIDS.