Aids Orphan UK Trust
Aids Orphan UK Trust
Aids orphan currently operates in Kenya and India. The charity has trained partner organisations to counsel children who need to be told of their HIV status.
To prevent and relieve the suffering, distress and sickness of children who have been orphaned, infected or otherwise put at risk of infection by HIV/AIDS in all parts of the world but in particular East African countries.
The charities mission is to To advance the education and social; welfare of orphaned children exposed to HIV/AIDS and its effects, and to relieve their medical, social, physical and mental needs by whatsoever means, Including but not limited to the provision of counselling.
Aids Orphan UK Trust aims to:
- Counselling children orphaned by HIV/AIDS, around the area of disclosure ensuring that this is done in a caring and sensitive manner.
- Advancing education to Orphans and vulnerable children affected and infected by HIV/AIDS primarily in East Africa.
- Training local NGO’s to offer counselling to HIV/AIDS orphans and vulnerable children affected and infected, in East Africa, primarily in Kenya. To replicate this model in India.
- Offering shelter to HIV/AIDS orphans and vulnerable children in the Kibera Slum Nairobi, working with local organisations on the ground.
Established: December 2009
Registered Charity Number: 1133364
Board members: 5
Phone number: 020 76243011
Address: PO Box 66308 Bexley DA5 9BSView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website
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