Our Projects

COMMUNITY WATER PROJECT

  • Social Welfare

The purpose of this project is to provide the Ewodi and Yabassi communities with reliable sources of water that can be effectively managed in a micro scale with great efficiency and less cost of operation, as a means of improving the health standards of the communities.

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MOBILE CLINIC CAMPAIGN

  • Health

In line with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) and recent advances in medical technology, as well as increased use of telemedicine, mobile clinics can be efficiently used to provide health care services in rural communities. The effectiveness of this method of health service delivery is highly reliant on the fact that the clinic must be in the right place to ensure the optimal level of demand is met.

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DIVINE LOVE REHABILITATION AND LITERACY CENTER

  • Social Welfare

Mainstreaming the Orphan, Semi Orphan and Street children in the national building by providing care, support & protection through shelter, food, and education is our mission.

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Wheel Chair donation

  • Social Welfare

One life has been safe with a wheel chair.

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EMPOWERING WOMEN & GIRLS

  • Social Welfare

When we stand up for the rights of girls and women, we create a better future for all of us. Through our Empowering Girls and Women Initiative, Divine Love Association tackles gender-based violence, promotes girls’ education, and supports women in business.

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CLEAN WATER

  • Social Welfare

Water crisis is real, and it’s affecting real people every day in countries all over the world. Lack of access to clean, safe water and proper sanitation harms health and well-being, limits food production as well as access to education, and it ultimately leads to the continuation of the cycle of poverty.

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ORPHANS AND VULNERABLE CHILDREN AFFECTED BY HIV AND AIDS

  • Social Welfare

The number of people living with HIV who receive antiretroviral treatment has more than doubled since 2009. At the end of 2012, 122,000 people were on HIV treatment, or 42 percent of those requiring it. On average in 2012, some 1,400 new patients were starting treatment with anti-retroviral medicines every month.

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Prevention of HIV in children

  • Health

HIV in children is a symptom of the failures of the AIDS response Considering that the prevention of mother-to-child infection is the strongest success story in HIV care, no child today should be born with HIV in the first place.

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How You Can Help

Your donation will go a long way to helping the needy. $1 can save a child

Give Donation

Want to impact the lives of people directly? Join our brave team today...

Become a Volunteer

Children are our leaders tomorrow. A good eduction is needed for them to attain such heights

Give a Scholarship

Bring up a child the way he/she should grow.

Adopt a Child

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for those helpless children who need it