Return to Senzani – Saving Infants from the Effects Of AIDS

Return to Senzani – Saving Infants from the Effects Of AIDS At one of the two Community Based Child Care Centers built by Senzani’s HIV/AIDS project. Forty of the 110 children in attendance are orphans. Children sing songs, practice their alphabets and are fed a healthy meal. In December 2001 Marsh and Jon Warren reported in depth on HIV/AIDS in the Senzani ADP, Malawi. In May 2003 they went back, to follow up on the people they had met. The original resources can be seen at N&FP 2002-011. This article is one of the 12 new reports. Anne Chibale is one of the signs of hope in Africa; a community volunteer, ‘just an ordinary person’, who has stepped up to help take care of 110 orphans and vulnerable children in a school that has grown out of a feeding center and village-level community based child-care center (CBCCC). Africa color horizontal