APRECOM is committed to supporting people living with HIV and AIDS.

APRECOM’s work is expanding to meet the needs of disabled children.

APRECOM staff and volunteers coordinate weekly support groups for parents, and home-based care and counselling for people in need. APRECOM’s Inshuti Nziza¬†clubs cater to the unique needs¬†of children affected by HIV/AIDS; combining fun, faith and counselling to enable children to face the future with hope. 100 children regularly attend the club in Gatsata alone.

Young people over 15 are invited to join the Inshuti Nziza Troop who, despite being deeply affected by HIV, volunteer at support groups for adults with HIV and visit the sick in hospital.

Alongside this, APRECOM is committed to mobilising local churches to be proactive in responding to HIV and to ensure that children in their communities are enabled to thrive.

APRECOM runs parenting workshops, dramatically improving relationships within families, and teaches job skills such as tailoring, which give young people the chance of a career.

Most recently, APRECOM’s work has expanded to meet the needs of¬†children living with disabilities. This includes home visits to families with disabled children, and support for a specialist school.¬†It’s an exciting new dimension to APRECOM’s work, and we’re delighted to be advising and resourcing them in it.

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£8 will pay for a teenager to attend an Inshuti Nziza discipleship and life skills seminar.
£25 will purchase seeds and cuttings for sustainable gardening and agriculture projects.
Please give to APRECOM’s work today.