American Foundation For Children With Aids, Inc.

Rating: 4.96 stars   46 reviews

Nonprofit Issues:

Food, Health


6221 Blue Grass Avenue Harrisburg PA 17112 USA


AFCA is a non-profit organization that helps HIV+/AIDS children and their guardians in sub-Saharan Africa who have no other access to aid. AFCA is an efficient and highly effective grass roots organization that acts primarily as a conduit between the extreme needs of accredited partners in Sub-Saharan Africa and the vast resources of the western world. AFCA provides readily available, life-saving anti-retroviral medicine, medical equipment and supplies, nutritional supplements, and emergency supplies that are requested by our partners for the prevention and treatment of HIV/AIDS so that the afflicted, at-risk children can have hope to grow up free of the devastating effects of this disease. Currently, AFCA is working in the Democratic Republic of Congo, Kenya, Uganda and Zimbabwe.

Target demographics:

Children from pre-birth to they turn 19 years old

Geographic areas served:

Kenya, Democratic Republic of Congo, Zimbabwe, Uganda


We provide anti-retroviral and other life-saving medicines to HIV+ children and their guardians; medical supplies and equipment; nutritional support; school fees; livestock and seeds for livelihoods projects; train doctors and midwives

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Rating: 5 stars  

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Strong leadership, good corporate governance, financial transparency, a focused initiative, and a strong history of mission fulfillment makes this one of the most noteworthy charities serving the global HIV/AIDS effort.

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Rating: 5 stars  

It was my pleasure to work with Sister Veronica Wanjiru Mwaura and Nurse Lucy Nyaga from the Mombasa CBHC & AIDS Relief Project in Kenya (partners with AFCA) in educating our local congregation on the needs of clients in Africa. Their passion and dedication were clear not only in their presentation, but also in the way they have kept faithful contact with us, allowing us even greater opportunities to be involved in their mission. We look forward to participating in projects on a continuing basis with AFCA.

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