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Child AIDS Prevention

One dose. One dollar. One life saved.
Working together to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV/AIDS in Africa

Child AIDS Prevention Project

With a goal of eliminating pediatric AIDS in Africa, The Child AIDS Prevention (CAP) project is designed to encourage Rotarians to work together to raise funds for

• Education and training
• HIV testing
• Counseling
• Life-saving drugs


Each year, over 2 million HIV-infected pregnant women give birth to 700,000 HIV-infected infants.
The life expectancy of infected babies is three years. A single does of nevirapine given to the mother and infant could prevent 350,000 infant infections each year.

How can you help?

Please join our effort to prevent mother-to-chid transmission of HIV/AIDS in Africa and save lives.

Donate to Los Altos Rotary AIDS Project
Give a CAP presentation at your Club
• Make presentations to other Rotary Clubs
• Start a local community project

Hope for the Future

Our goal is to raise enough money to prevent 350,000 infants in Africa from contracting HIV/AIDS

• $50 Provides HIV testing for 25 women
• $100 Provides counseling for 50 women
• $500 Treats 500 HIV-infected pregnant women

Your support will help save lives.

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