Help Lesotho and Botswana’s children build a better future.

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CHANGE THE WAY THOSE WITH HIV ARE UNDERSTOOD AND TREATED

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SEE HOW THE RIPPLES OF ONE GOOD ACT CAN MAKE LASTING CHANGE

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GIVE GENEROUSLY – EVEN A SMALL AMOUNT OF HELP GOES A LONG WAY

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support vulnerable children where no other help exists

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Sentebale supports orphans and vulnerable children, many of whom are affected by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Through education, psychosocial support, and care we give them the tools they need to lead healthy and productive lives.


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