HIV/AIDS: A generation without parents

Over 1,500 children, many orphaned through HIV/AIDS, live on the streets in Freetown, Sierra Leone, making a living from odd jobs.These children become prone to violence and sexual abuse. As young as 5 years old, they are pushed onto the streets to fend for themselves and in some cases, for the entire family. SuhoG, an NGO in Sierra Leone, is working to bring children back into the educational system so children are not exposed to dangers on the streets. SuhoG is running projects in education and healthcare and aims to empower local people to improve their lives. A total of 6000 t-shirts were donated to SuhoG through Global Hand to support their work with vulnerable groups in Sierra Leone, Kenya and Nigeria.

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