BAPZ Guardian Angel Programme Donates Solar Lamps to Students
Guardian Angel recently donated some rechargeable solar lamps to its Rural Secondary School beneficiaries in Hwange District.
To prevent mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV/AIDS to protect unborn Zimbabwean children from acquiring HIV/AIDS and improve the morbidity and mortality and future of Zimbabwean children with HIV/AIDS.
BAPZ Projects:Young People and HIV Testing: The Untold Fears
Former Junior Parliamentarian Anna Magocha explores the untold fears of HIV testing found among Zimbabwean youth living in Victoria Falls.
BAPZ Projects:HIV Equal in MatetsiTested and photographed 124 villagers.Learn More
BAPZ Projects:How Trocaire is Working to Redefine the Fight Against HIVPut into motion in 1973 by the Irish Catholic Church, Trocaire was initially established with the mission of providing support to aid in the suffering of those living in the poorest countries of the world. Now, more than 40 years later, the organization supports communities in over 20 developing countries across Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa, one of such countries includes the Republic of Zimbabwe. Bekezela Mapanda, Trocaire’s HIV Programme Officer stationed in Zimbabwe explains that the organization has worked on a number of fronts to reduce suffering in the country that has one of the highest HIV rates in the world, and in which over 70-percent of its citizens live below the national povertyLearn More
BAPZ Projects:Top 10 Reasons to Get Tested for HIVIt only takes 20 minutes to know your HIV status. Knowing your status means you took your HIV test and learned you either have been exposed to HIV infection and you are HIV-positive, or have not been exposed to HIV and are HIV-negative. After a simple and almost painless finger stick and a short waiting period of 20 minutes, you will know your HIV status. If you know you have HIV : You can live a long life HIV can cause Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS), which can kill you if you do not take care of yourself. However, we know today that if you are 20 years old when you get HIV, you can live another 40-50 or more years. There are things you must do to live a long life, like taking HIV medicines (also known as antiretroviralLearn More
BAPZ Projects:First HIV Equal in Kanywambizi Dec 2013Tested and photographed over 58 people for the first HIV Equal event in Zimbabwe, December 18 2013.Learn More