Global Aid Against Poverty

  • WA

Address

3703 S. Edmunds St Suite 122
Seattle
WA
98118
United States

About Us

The mission of Global Aid against Poverty is to insure that every human being has an access to safe drinking water, sanitation, health service and improve hygiene education in rural areas, particularly to women and children. Global Aid against Poverty also supports local communities that can plan, implement, and maintain greater levels of health, safety, and self-sufficiency.

(GAAP ) Global Aid against Poverty has been operating in Somalia, Kenya, Ethiopia, and the surrounding countries to provide economic, health, food, and emergency relief and promote rehabilitation and community development to eliminate poverty and especially meet the needs of orphans and vulnerable children [OVC] and families affected by HIV/AIDS and other humanitarian problems. GAAP has been operating and collaborating with relief agencies in the US and Africa to provide programs and services to reduce the negative health, poverty, economic, and social impact which is causing HIV/AIDS among children, women, and families. Acquiring this will provide a solid basis for future program expansion and services to orphans and vulnerable children and adults living with HIV/AIDS in Africa.

GAAP is registered with the Washington State Secretary of State as a Charitable Organization and has held status as a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization. The mission of GAAP is to ensure that every human being has access to safe drinking water, sanitation, health services and hygiene education and to help communities in East Africa to plan, implement, and maintain greater levels of health, safety, and self-sufficiency. To achieve that mission, GAAP’s goals are, through programs and services,

[1] to improve hygiene education in rural areas of Africa, particularly for women and children;

[2] to expand equitable, effective, and high-quality programs that provide education, psychosocial support (PSS), and home-based care for orphans and vulnerable children [OVC] and families affected by HIV and AIDS;

[3] to scale up such existing programs through rapid expansion and sustainability funding; and

[4] thus, to reduce the negative health, economic and social impact of HIV/AIDS among targeted persons in Africa .


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