With your support, this project continues to benefit more than 3,500 vulnerable women and their families in Zambia. In 2020, new loans, business training, and education was provided to more than 500 vulnerable women impacted by HIV. In addition, the women received education on COVID prevention, and PPE (masks, hand sanitizers, soap).
Programs for Children
With your support, all 450 HIV+ orphans and vulnerable children under our care are stable in health and attending school.
Dear Friend: Happy November. Your generous support has resulted in a marked improvement in the health and income stability of thousands of vulnerable families.
Dear Friend: Happy November! Thank you for your generosity. Our campaign has been fully funded, and all donations will be matched by our partner, One Day's Wages. Funds raised will provide life saving health care services, food, and medicines to 450 HIV+ orphans and vulnerable children in Zambia.
Dear Friend: Greetings! Our heartfelt thanks to friends who donated to Power of Love's matching campaign. Donations to this campaign will provide life saving health care services, food, and medicines to 450 HIV+ orphans and vulnerable children in Zambia. We need just $2,045 to meet our goal of $31,374. Your donation will be matched 100% by our partner, One Day's Wages.
Dear Friend: Hope you are staying safe. We would like to share that Jagruthi's team is working relentlessly to keep vulnerable families safe from COVID. In partnership with several organizations, we were able to provide food packets, education, hygiene kits, and face masks to families living in difficult conditions in India.
Dear Power of Love Friend, Greetings from our team. We are happy to share that Power of Love and One Day's Wages are working together to provide life saving health care services, food, and medicines to 450 HIV+ orphans and vulnerable children in Zambia. Our goal is to raise a total of $31,374 in the next two months.
Dear Power of Love Friend: Happy Fall! As part of program activities for our clean cooking stoves project, 1000 new stoves were provided to vulnerable women during the winter season in Zambia. Community residents love their new stoves as these keep them warm, cook food faster, and save money on fuel.
“Safe Park” was designed for children from the community to learn and play in a safe environment. Due to COVID, program activities were cancelled for the months of April, May, and June. In July, we resumed “Safe Park” in a new format to provide education and prevent the spread of COVID.
As a result of the generosity of an anonymous donor, we were able to provide clean cooking stoves and education to vulnerable families in Zambia. Over the last four winter months, 1000 families have benefitted from the provision of clean cooking stoves. Family members love their new stoves as these keep them warm, cook food faster, and save money on fuel.