The Children's AIDs Fund International serves families, children and orphans all over the world through HIV Care and Treatment and Prevention, helping Orphans and vulnerable children and much more. The Children's AIDs Fund has specific program focus' in Malawi, South Africa, Russia, Uganda, the United States, and Zambia. Get information about each Program Focus, Key Needs, and find ways that you can help.
Despite the amazing progress that scientific treatment and care programs have made in HIV/AIDS over the past 30 years, issues remain that we have yet to effectively address. Even now, with treatment programs scaled up around the world and experts heralding the dawn of an HIV-free generation, every day, more than 700 children will be infected with HIV and 500 children will die. Read more about the State of Children's HIV
Without your help many of the most needy and vulnerable children in the world will die. There is no end to the creative ways anyone – young or old – can help limit suffering of children and families impacted by HIV. CAFI’s work to change and save lives is supported by people like you. As you think about how you can be part of the global solution to HIV/AIDS, please consider some ways that you can help.
Just one week to go until Giving Tuesday, on Tuesday, December 1, 2015 join the Children’s AIDS Fund International and the worldwide community as we celebrate generosity. Join CAFI and be a part of a new global tradition of generosity. Then tell everyone you can about how you are giving. It’s a simple idea and […]
You are always the focus of the Children’s AIDS Fund International’s (CAFI) gratitude. Your compassion for HIV impacted children and families. Your concern about and willingness to help people you will never meet. Your sacrifice to change lives for the better. This message of gratitude and hope from the clients of the Family Hope Centre […]
On Tuesday, December 1, 2015 join the Children’s AIDS Fund International and the worldwide community for one common purpose: to celebrate generosity and to give. It’s a simple idea. Just find a way for your family, your community, your company or your organization to come together to give something more. Then tell everyone you can […]
Today 600 children around the world will be born with HIV/AIDS. That will happen again tomorrow and every day until we have both the resources and the will to end pediatric AIDS. These children need our help! Through the support from the US government and other international donors 1 million babies have been born HIV […]
While most Americans believe that HIV/AIDS is no longer an issue in the United States, the data tell a different story. Young adults face the highest rates of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) in the United States. And HIV is an STD. According to the US Centers for Disease Control: – Young adults aged 15 to […]
The Children’s AIDS Fund International (CAFI) was one of ten charities invited to attend the Farm Credit Administration’s (FCA) Kick-Off event for the National Capital Area, Combined Federal Campaign Celebration (CFC) in McLean, VA. This was the first time CAFI has been invited to attend the FCA’S Charity Kick-off event. This year’s CFC campaign slogan […]
Fall has arrived and so, too, have the Federal and State employee charity campaigns. These campaigns allow federal and state employees to donate to their favorite charities and are an important source of revenue for the Children’s AIDS Fund International (CAFI). This year CAFI’S ongoing involvement in these critical campaigns began on September 21, 2015 […]
Fall heralds the beginning of 2015 State Employee giving campaigns. Similar to the Combined Federal Campaign run by the US government, State campaigns ask employees to donate to one or more organizations on their list of approved charities. Approved organizations are selected based on a variety of program and finance criteria that varies from state […]
If your family is anything like ours, you understand and have survived the back-to-school daze. Purchasing new backpacks, paper, pencils, composition books, notebooks, calculators, plus the unique items on each child’s “required” list—which often takes multiple shopping trips as stores run low on special supplies. Walking younger children to the bus stop to be sure […]
Just this week we learned that Tuberculosis (TB) was the leading cause of death among South African youth in 2013. Released on Monday, The Morbidity and Mortality Patterns Among the Youth of South Africa Report found that natural causes account for 70% of youth mortality, with TB and HIV topping the list of communicable diseases […]