gHAI is targeted at improving the prevailing deplorable condition of living for those living with the virus in our society
YOU CAN BE A GHAI PARTNER!
Christmas is just two months away.
We celebrate the joy of our salvation and share gifts with friends and family.
But out there, are thousands of orphan and vulnerable children (OVC), who wait 365 days for your show of love just to make a difference in their lives.
This Christmas, the excess clothes in your wardrobe can make a difference to a number of children and families.
A meal or raw foodstuffs can meet their much awaited expectation.
A Christmas gift to spare can make that difference.
Make this Christmas count for a child!
WHAT WE DO
GHAI serves hundreds of children and their families by providing: Healthy food, Pediatric medical and dental care support
Give the Gift of LOVE!
Your gift could transform the life of a child living in poverty today. Together, we can PRESERVE THE NEXT GENERATION, one child at a time!
Back to School
When families struggle financially, school supplies just can't be a priority. In our 10 years, we have supported 20,000 children with supplies.
Many children in NIGERIA suffer from hunger and even one meal a day could save their lives.
Build the Library
Access to information and knowledge is a great equalizer. It enriches lives, informs choices, and prepares people for meaningful employment and contribution to their communities.
Christmas parties for children living with HIV/AIDS
Every year, GHAI is dedicated to providing economical and emotional support to low-income families living with HIV/AIDS and hosts a Christmas party for more than 250 children living with or affected by AIDS.
Computer training for the youth
The main objective of this project is to give good quality informal computer education for FREE to poor children. It is mainly offered to the children of poor families. It is open to all children
Support and empowerment of women and children living with HIV/AIDS
One of the key areas that Ghai seeks to further influence the reduction of new cases of HIV/ AIDS is through information and enlightenment.