AIDS Initiative, Malaria Intervention Fund, Global Food Crisis, etc.
Those born in poverty live without the most basic necessities. They go without food and clean water. They have no latrines or sanitation systems. And access to medical care is a luxury.
Meeting critical health and medical needs provides a lifeline for the world’s most vulnerable populations. That’s why Compassion addresses such a variety of issues. We deal with malnutrition, malaria and HIV/AIDS. We offer trauma counseling in cases of abuse and violence.
We help with severe medical issues like cancer, heart disease and traumatic injuries. And we make sure children have immunizations and get enough to eat so they’ll have the strength to fight off disease and infection. Because in their deprived conditions, such assistance can mean the difference between life and death.
• HIV/AIDS Initiative
• Malaria Intervention Fund
• Medical Assistance
Urgent and time-critical needs are aided by this fund
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Currently, less than 10 percent of HIV-positive children in need of treatment are being treated. This virus attacks the immune system, leaving children vulnerable to pneumonia and other infections.
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Every 30 seconds, a child dies of malaria. This disease is preventable and treatable, yet more than 1 million people die from malaria every year.
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Cancer, heart disease or a traumatic injury can devastate a family living in poverty. Compassion helps with diagnoses, medical care and needed surgeries.
Read More About Medical Assistance
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