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Our mission

To support the empowerment of people living with HIV/AIDS to lead healthy and productive lives

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our projects

Our Projects aim to  increase informed decision making and choice,reduce stigma and discrimination and reduce poverty





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Workshop for Faith Leaders - 4th September 10am to 12pm

Support your congregation with current information on available HIV/AIDS testing & treatment. Also challenge the myths & misconceptions about HIV/AIDS.

Facilitator Dr. Micheal Rayment (Chelsea & Westmister Hospital)










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News Feed

14 Sep 2014

KwaAfrica is delighted to announce the start of a new project in Eastern Uganda. This project was made possible with the funding from the Uk's Department for International Development (DFID). Working with our partners, Kadama Widows Association, this project will help 10,000 girls complete primary education.



22 Aug 2014

Thank you for checking our website and for your interest in our work. 

Our current vacancies are listed below;
  Project Officer


  Hours:                                   Part-time, to be negotiated

  Length of contract:                Three years, fixed term

  Salary:                                   £21,000 - £24,000 pro rata

Place of Work:               Office 5 White City Community Centre, India Way, London W12 7QT

                                                                      Closing Date  5th September 2014

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Please note, when applying for one of our advertised vacancies, you must complete and submit the relevant application form. Completed applications must be received by the stated closing date. 





UK Volunteering

Volunteers are essential to the work and development of KwaAfrica, bringing new skills, qualities and perspectives to develop the services we provide.   Whether it's administration, fundraising, as a trustee or providing support at our meetings, contributing your skills and time will make a difference to our wor

International Volunteering

KwaAfrica has coordinated and supervised successful trips of young and older British citizens to Uganda. You can spend up to three weeks volunteering with one of our projects in Kadama and Soroti and have the opportunity to choose from a variety of activities and offer your expertise to help us empower the world's poorest people, in particular children and families affected by HIV/AIDS to lead better quality lives

For more details and how to apply


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