CHAMA works in rural areas where more than 80% and 30% of the population is infected with Malaria and HIV/AIDS respectively. We work with communities to providing peer education and to create culturally acceptably methods to teach youths and young adults about HIV/AIDS and Malaria through workshops. We teach local teachers on early detective signs of Malaria and total abstinence and to mobilize and spread the word to surrounding communities. CHAMA also Promote awareness on scientific research that advances Malaria and HIV/AIDS cure by publishing such Malaria and HIV/AIDS scientific research, organiziging international conferences and workshops and inviting leading researchers and professors to make presentations. Please, donate today to support our Malaria and AIDS projects.

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