Friends, I feel like I have been away for years but looking at the last post I wrote, It’s only been two months.
Let’s talk about what I’ve been up to some other time…but I will tell you this, I am ready to move to France as a full time tourist. Anyone know if there’s an opening for paid tourist/tourism?
Today’s post is about Alive Medical Services (AMS) and HIV/AIDS, a cause that is so dear to me and one that I wholeheartedly believe in. Remember, many moons ago I wrote a post highlighting the work of Alive medical Services, Africa vs Aids campaign and, what inspires change? Now that we are all on the same page, AMS is celebrating 10 years on 7th July, 2017 and we would like for you to join us as we celebrate 10 years of service.
Fact: AMS is open 24hours a day, 7 days a week and provides ALL services to clients free of charge.
AMS provides services to thousands of clients and adequate resources are needed for this service delivery. ‘Over the recent years, AMS has experienced incremental budget cuts while client volume continues to increase by approximately 1000 new clients each year. This of course places pressure on AMS to increase the supply of their services in order to meet the demand.
With that knowledge, you and I come into action. We need to join forces and support the work of AMS in order for the patients to enjoy and have access to these free services. To be part of this amazing cause and to show your support, please spread this message as far as you can. Any help is deeply appreciated.
Date: 7th July, 2017.
Venue: Kampala Serena Hotel (shout out to Serena for donating a space for this event).
200,000UGX or $55.55 an individual – provides a year of comprehensive care and treatment to 1 vulnerable widow, enabling her to be alive, productive, and take care of her child.
350,000UGX or $97.22 couple – Prevent 4 babies and 14 adults from being infected by HIV, protecting entire families from HIV.
2 million UGX or $555.55 table – Provide a month os nutritional treatment for 30 severely malnourished vulnerable HIV-positive clients, saving them from death.
For more info contact;
Dr. Pasquine Ogunsanya, MD, MPH, +256774704646
Dr. Adebiyi Ogunsanya, MD, +256772490823
I hope to see you there. 🙂