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The Red Ribbon is the global symbol for solidarity with HIV positive and people living with AIDS and it unites the people in the common fight against this disease
- Red like love, as a symbol of passion and tolerance towards those affected.
- Red like blood, representing the pain caused by the many people that died of AIDS.
- Red like the anger about the helplessness by which we are facing a disease for which there is still no chance for a cure.
- Red as a sign of warning not to carelessly ignore one of the biggest problems of our time.
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WOFA Hosts HIV - AIDS Conference in Accra
Participants from Over 32 African Countries
PHILANTHROPISTS TOUCH THE HEARTS OF HIV/AIDS INFECTED CHILDREN
Moved by the plight of these infected and affected children a number of philanthropist lead by Mr. Figali presented a number of toys and e-learning tools to
help them in their cognitive development and ease boredom.
There is a way we can all help to bring a smile on the faces of the millions of suffering people around the world. And that is why the Woyome Foundation for Africa (WOFA) has together with other partners launched a campaign to raise funds to support the provision of anti-retroviral drugs, boosters and nutritional support for the tens of thousands of HIV infected children in Ghana
With the right support and encouragement, these children will be saved from emotional neglect and helped to discover, develop and deplore their potential. It costs only GH˘60 to provide anti-retroviral drugs for an infected child for a whole year, in addition to GH˘40 for nutritional supplements & support. We can together therefore help keep these children alive.
The WOFA initiated One-for-One Campaign is intended to bring public attention to the issue of child infections, educate the public on preventing child infections and also raising funds to support the children. Join us today by donating to the WOFA One-for-One Campaign. Your Donations make a difference.
School Outreach Programme
To broaden the scope of outreach to Basic, Junior High and High schools within the country, a debut program has been drawn to concentrate on selected schools within the Accra Metropolis. This has become necessary due to the alarming youth prevalence of 30% of the current national rate. The need is urgent because of available statistics that indicate that for one child on Antiretroviral Therapy, six were infected and if critical easures are not taken, there will be a probable increase of 20% or more by 2015.
Black Stars Defender John Mensah Donates Branded Jerseys to HIV Infected Kids at WOFA
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Thank you for logging unto our website today. We invite you to join a community of people committed to halting the spread of HIV/AIDS in Africa and providing Care and Support to the millions who are already infected and are living with the virus.
The Africa Life Aid Projectis the project implementing arm of the Woyome Foundatiofor Africa (WOFA), is a Charity Foundation dedicated to providing support for various intervention efforts across the continent aimed at fighting the HIV/AIDS pandemic.
Michael Essien in collaboration with WOFA visits children infected with HIV AIDS at the Ridge Hiospital, Accra
RED EXPRESSIONS ART EXHIBITION OPENS
The Art Exhibition dubbed Red Expressions opened this Afternoon at the premises of WOFA at Adabraka, Accra Ghana. The exhibition, which will be a week long event is showcasing paintings from children infected with HIV/AIDS. This event is an annual one under WOFA’s One-for-One project.
Proceeds from the exhibition will be used to support the antiretroviral and nutritional supplements for the children. You can be a part of this by visiting the exhibition ground at Adabraka or by making a donation to the One-for-One SG-SSB Account No: 0142010059190. Give us a call on 233-21-252758 for details on how you can acquire a painting in support of the children. This Event was partly sponsored by
KAMA Health Services Supports HIV/AIDS children at Ridge Hospital, Accra
Ridge Hospital, Accra – Friday, January 23, KAMA Health Services made a presentation of medical items to Children Infected with HIV-AIDS. This was in response to the call for action by WOFA, a non-profit organisation, in conjunction with their One-for-One campaign. The One-for-One campaign seeks solicit support from individuals as well as corporate bodies for children in Ghana plagued with HIV/AIDS.
Shell Ghana Sponsors ART for Over 100 Kids