Is a voluntary non-profit organization working to help mothers and children affected by HIV/AIDS in Africa. We provide self-help. We perform professional activities that they can run themselves, like sewing and running a cafeteria. Our proceeds go to medications and supplements, in addition to paying for the education of children and to help children who have dropped out of school.
Make Aids History works to improve children and women’s lives in countries in Africa where HIV and AIDS is most prevalent. A small organization with a throbbing heart and a passionate commitment to help those who need it the most.
We were established in 2005 by Natalina Wanda. She comes from South Sudan and has lived in Norway since 1991. After working ten years as a self-employed, she decided to devote her time to what she is affectionate about; supporting women and children in the countries in Africa where aids is most prevalent.
The proceeds will be used to supply medicine and to support our long-term goal: building a hospital in Nzara County, Western Equatoria – South Sudan.
Now I, Natalina Wanda, devote all my time to MAKE AIDS HISTORY. On my team I have my supporting family, and I also wish to create a network of companies, institutions and organisations that can help us in the fight againt this dangerous virus.
Make Aids History’s main objective is to build a hospital and to work for the improvement of womens social, economic and political situation and their needs, with an emphasis on the countries in Africa, especially Yambio County and Nzara County in Western Equatoria – South-Sudan.
We work within the following thematic priorites:
- Womens rights and local mobilization
- Economy and education
- Children who drop out of school
- Help women to study for nursing school
- Help women to study for midwives school