This is Misozi Ledson of Kawere Village, located in Mchinji District, Malawi. She is 23-years-old women, and a mother of two. Whenever she or her children are in need of medical assistance, Misozi walks 12 kilometers from Kawere to Tongozala, where Our AIM’s medical centers are located. She does so with her two babies strapped to her.Misozi lives in a grass thatched house with her family of five. She walks this long distance usually on an empty stomach, as her family rarely has enough food to go around. However, thanks to Our AIM, she is able to receive free medical care, free meals for her and her children, and when she can, she also attends our trade school for women, where she learns valuable skills that can provide her with new career options down the road, and help her achieve financial empowerment.
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Health Care ProgramHealth directly translates into happiness which is one of our core values. Creating a healthy society is not just about providing treatment, it is also about creating an environment that prevents disease. Our health program is designed with the understanding that this is a complex issue that requires intervention on many fronts.Edit Content
Water & Sanitation Program
In developing nations, contaminated water is among the main reasons for high chid mortality rate. Water-borne diseases are largely preventable. Our Aim Foundation is running programs to provide clean water.Edit Content
Women Empowerment Program
Our Aim works with partners to provide women with education, skills, and the means to start their own businesses while addressing their healthcare and psychological needs.Edit Content
Hunger Prevention ProgramFood insecurity continues to plague most developing countries. According to the UN, around 700 million people face malnutrition around the world. We have distributed 380,000+ meals and distributed food rations in disaster-hit areas.