Listen to HIV/AIDS public service radio spot (in Shona language)
produced by SAFE featuring world famous singer/song writer Oliver
Mtukudzi from Zimbabwe, which was broadcast on Zimbabwe radio. Oliver
encourages all to get tested for HIV, be faithful and practice safe



Global Spotlight :
AIDS in Africa

In Sub-Saharan Africa, ground zero the AIDS epidemic, an estimated
22.9 million adults and children are now living with HIV/AIDS. That's
over 2/3 of the people with HIV/AIDS worldwide. Last year over one
million men, women and children died of AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa.

In Zimbabwe, 1.2 million people--14% of the population are infected
with HIV. Most are women and children. New infections have started to
decline and medicines are available for many, but access in rural
areas is still sporadic and deaths due to AIDS continue. Every day
brings more AIDS orphans.


n IRS-Approved Public Charity

Saving African Families Enterprise (SAFE) is a US-based, non-profit organization, founded in 2001, to raise funds in order to buy and donate medicine and provide other assistance to African families living with HIV/AIDS. As a 501(c)(3) charity approved by the U.S. Internal Revenue Service, contributions to SAFE are tax deductible in accordance with US tax law. SAFE is an ultra-low overhead organization, led by volunteers, which strives to ensure that over 98% of all donations go directly to benefit people in need in Sub-Saharan Africa.


SAFE's Mission Statement: Saving African Families (SAFE), a very non-profit humanitarian organization, led by volunteers, provides medical and other assistance to mothers, fathers and children living with HIV/AIDS (as well as AIDS orphans) in Africa, and seeks to prevent through public education programs, the spread of HIV/AIDS.


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