Dear Power of Love Friend: As Zambia enters the early summer months and temperatures start to rise, power cuts have become normal and economic conditions remain challenging. The dearth of rainfall has restrained agricultural and hydro power output since the beginning of 2019, and pushed up inflation to a near three-year high.
Dear friend: Happy September! Today we would like you to meet Amy, who inspires us every day with her can-do attitude and her willingness to work hard. Amy is the sole caregiver for five children and four other family members. She enrolled in our micro loans program in 2018 when she received business training and a loan.
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy June! Last month, we held a malaria prevention event in our community. Malaria is still a public health challenge in Zambia as it is endemic across all ten provinces and more than 16 million or 88% of the population is at risk. The event was attended by representatives from churches, community organizations, government health clinics, and residents.
Dear Friend: Today we have a special piece of information to share. Power of Love and internationally renowned Flutist Sri Raman Kalyan, have collaborated to create soul enriching music. Sri Raman Kalyan generously donated worldwide distribution rights of this music to POL.
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy Spring! Today we would like you to meet Jane who inspires us with her cheerful attitude and love for learning. Jane lives with her parents and three siblings in a home with no electricity or running water. Her parents are on treatment for HIV and barely able to pay for basic necessities.
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy March! We work closely with our partner organization, Jagruthi, that provides high quality health care and education to several hundred vulnerable children of sex workers.
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy February!
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy new year! Here is a wonderful piece of news to kick start 2019; people living with HIV may never develop AIDS. Researchers have found pathways to permanently suppress HIV infections, said Benni E. Vargas, at the University of Pittsburgh, School of Medicine.