Sun, 24 May 2020 11:27 - Updated Sun, 24 May 2020 11:27
Pregnant women, children get basic food baskets
Luanda -First Lady of the Republic of Angola Ana Dias Lourenço and the SAHAM Foundation donated 1000 basic food baskets to support pregnant women and children living with HIV-AIDS in Angola.
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First Lady Ana Dias Lourenço, and SAHAM foundation donate food
This was during a meeting held via online and attended by director general of HIV-positive Friends Association (AAS) and the ambassador of "Born Free to Shine" campaign, Carolina Pinto.
Also witnessed by representatives of the foundation in Angola, the solidarity action is part of the existing partnership between the First Lady Office and SAHAM.
The donated goods will be delivered to beneficiaries by HIV-positive Friends Association (AAS), in view of social situation caused by Covid-19 pandemic.
Born Free to Shine project in partnership with Carmon Reestrutura and the Saham Foundation have been supporting pregnant women and children with HIV.
On May 20 , the First Lady Office and Carmon Reestrutura delivered 489 basic food baskets to Cajueiros Hospital and the Municipal Administration of Cazenga.
Under its operational plan, Born Free to Shine project campaign plans to hold awareness among pregnant women on prenatal consultations and follow-up consultations for children up to 12 months.
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