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Central Africa's Rights & AIDS (CARA) Society, London, United Kingdom

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Address: 18 - 22 Ashwin Street
London, United Kingdom  E8 3DL  
United Kingdom
Fax: +44872 115 8436
Number of Volunteers Serving Nationally: 48
Number of People Being Served: 2300
EIN: 1135610

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Mission Statement


CARA (Charity No. 1135610) is an independent international charity, which main activities include: 1. HIV/AIDS: prevention, care and support for those affected by HIV/AIDS through: * Outreach: We distribute free condoms and sexual health information about HIV/AIDS and other STIs; * Drop-in service: Providing advice on sexual health issues and signposting to the relevant public services; * Campaigns: Working with the communities to reduce the incidence of HIV, STIs and teenage pregnancy; * Support Group/Discussion: Prevention, care and support for those affected by HIV/AIDS and their family; * Workshop/Seminars to empower poor people, especially women, to be in control of their sexual health; 2. Health: striving to reduce childhood death and illness; 3. Education: providing quality basic education for all, especially girls; 4. Water and sanitation: provision of clean water and adequate sanitation; 5. Protection: protection for people affected by conflict, natural disaster and exploitation; 6. Translation & Interpretation Services in French, Portuguese, Somali, Kinyarwanda, Lingala & English; 7. Legal: helping the poor to know, understand and achieve their rights; We rely on our members and the generosity of the public in securing donations and legacies so that we can continue the work we provide in the United Kingdom and Africa.

Description


CARA defends the legal rights of poor people who cannot afford a lawyer and helps them to save their homes, keep their jobs and protect their loved ones. We also provide HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support, striving to reduce premature deaths, providing quality basic education for all (especially girls), water and sanitation. To continue the work that CARA provides in the UK and Africa, we rely on people like you. Please consider helping us with a monthly, or you can make a one-off donation, to our work.

CARA defends the legal rights of poor people who cannot afford a lawyer and helps them to save their homes, keep their jobs and protect their loved ones. We also provide HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support, striving to reduce premature deaths, providing quality basic education for all (especially girls), water and sanitation. To continue the work that CARA provides in the UK and Africa, we rely on people like you. Please consider helping us with a monthly, or you can make a one-off donation, to our work.

Mission Statement: CARA (Charity No. 1135610) is an independent international charity, which main activities include: 1. HIV/AIDS: prevention, care and support for those affected by HIV/AIDS through: * Outreach: We distribute free condoms and sexual health information about HIV/AIDS and other STIs; * Drop-in service: Providing advice on sexual health issues and signposting to the relevant public services; * Campaigns: Working with the communities to reduce the incidence of HIV, STIs and teenage pregnancy; * Support Group/Discussion: Prevention, care and support for those affected by HIV/AIDS and their family; * Workshop/Seminars to empower poor people, especially women, to be in control of their sexual health; 2. Health: striving to reduce childhood death and illness; 3. Education: providing quality basic education for all, especially girls; 4. Water and sanitation: provision of clean water and adequate sanitation; 5. Protection: protection for people affected by conflict, natural disaster and exploitation; 6. Translation & Interpretation Services in French, Portuguese, Somali, Kinyarwanda, Lingala & English; 7. Legal: helping the poor to know, understand and achieve their rights; We rely on our members and the generosity of the public in securing donations and legacies so that we can continue the work we provide in the United Kingdom and Africa.

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