PARTNERS IN MALAWI
'Partners in Malawi' is a non-profit organization made up of concerned Southern California citizens seeking to promote awareness of the HIV/AIDS epidemic in Malawi, Africa and support the work of Dr. Perry Jansen who has been working with HIV/AIDS since 2000.
100% of the money raised by Partners in Malawi goes directly to the AIDS work of Dr. Jansen and the Partners in Hope Medical Center project, which he founded.
PARTNERS IN HOPE
'Partners in Hope' was founded in 2001 as a Malawian charity focused on making a difference in the HIV/AIDS epidemic which was ravaging the country. Since that time, it has become a model of a local organization leveraging resources from Malawi and abroad to make a real difference in the lives of individuals, families, and communities.
But the work is far from done. There are many communities which have not been reached and many more services are needed. We want YOU to find out more about what we are doing and how you can help.
- 3,500 HIV Patients in care
- 2,600 patiens on ARVs
- 330 Children in care
- 3,600 patients seen each month
- 40 school with HIV prevention programs
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UCLA TRAINING PARTNERSHIP PIH partners with UCLA in boosting training of their residents as well as Malawain clinicians.