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The Stephen Lewis Foundation supports community-based organizations working to turn the tide of HIV/AIDS in Africa.  Since 2003, we have funded more than 300 projects in 15 countries.  These grassroots groups are the lifeline for their communities: they provide counselling and education about HIV care, prevention and treatment; distribute food, medication and other necessities; reach the sick and vulnerable though home-based health care; help orphans and vulnerable children access education and work through their grief; and support grandmothers caring for their orphaned grandchildren.

Stephen Lewis Foundation
260 Spadina Avenue | Suite 501
Toronto, ON  M5T 2E4

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  1. Joseph Mambo permalink
    July 22, 2009 1:01 PM

    Dear Colleagues,
    Pleased to have this opportunity for responding positively to your visit to Africa.
    You are warmly welcome and feel free when you arrive as you have done a lot to assist PLWHAS, orphans and mothers esp. grandmothers in africa whom are real needy and disabled. Myself, i have been an activist to safe guard those whom are affected and infected by the epidemic, i strongly applaud for your ceaseless efforts.
    May i on behalf of my colleagues here in Tanzania give you a big and warm welcome to Africa, where you are going to meet some of the groups, and we are sure you will also remember Tanzania as one of your clients although time factor has hindered you to come and visit us this time. Special thank and a heart of appreciation to our father and friend ,Stephen Lewis and Aissatou diajhate, and the rest.
    With warm regards,
    Dr Joseph Mambo.

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