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Our organization believes that sustainable change can only be achieved when the community is empowered at grass root level. We avail the resources that different communities need to enable them to be healthy and wealthy.

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Health Care

Sub-Saharan Africa is especially deficient in areas of reproductive health crucial for meeting MDGs for child and maternal health. Woman of Paradise is working with communities to provide access to family planning services for all who want them, health care during pregnancy and childbirth, treatment and prevention of sexually transmitted infections, such as HIV/AIDS.

We also address gender inequalities that deny women access to services and promote violence against women. During the 1990s, a series of international conferences documented why women make up 70 percent of the world's poorest people. While there are several factors that work together to make that statistic a reality, one of the clear underlying causes of poverty is poor reproductive health among women. Many women in developing countries die of reproductive health illnesses like uterine cancer, breast cancer, fistula complications and HIV/AIDS.

Most of these deaths can be avoided if women received access to gynecological and obstetrician care at early stages of their lives. With access to comprehensive reproductive health services, women are less likely to die in pregnancy or due to reproductive health illnesses. These women are likely to have healthier children and better able focus on other tasks as opposed to dealing with disease in the family. Despite these proven benefits, current spending on reproductive health programs worldwide is little more than half of the $17 billion necessary to adequately address the need. That is why we appeal to you to help us provide reproductive health care to women in developing countries.

A family cannot be economically healthy if it is not physically healthy. Our health projects focus on mothers and children, who often are the most vulnerable to disease and malnutrition. We are particularly interested in increasing the capacity of our Siku Njema Women’s Hospital to deliver quality health services. We are training local health volunteers as counselors, mentors and monitors of community health. We focus on interventions ranging from nutrition and education to birth spacing and clinical services. Our reproductive health projects encompass family planning, prenatal care, labor and delivery services, and the prevention, detection and treatment of STDs, including HIV/AIDS.

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HIV/AIDS

We believe that our HIV/AIDS programs is able to provide information and services to vulnerable groups while addressing the underlying factors that lead people to make choices that put them at risk of infection. Our HIV/AIDS program is properly aligned with our other sectors, including health, education and economic development. Through our HIV/AIDS programs, we are helping communities to care for children orphaned and made vulnerable by HIV/AIDS. We also develop peer education and outreach in communities; and increase access to services such as voluntary counseling and testing, anti-retroviral treatment, and STI prevention and treatment. Advocacy on behalf of vulnerable and marginalized populations is also an important part of our work.  As an organization, we strongly advocate for the best prevention for sexually transmitted diseases.

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Nutrition

We place a special focus on infants and young child feeding. We educate women about the best ways to achieve excellent maternal nutrition practices and care with limited resources. Proper nutrition is vital to a child's healthy development and an adult's ability to work and care for her family. We protect, promote and support optimal growth and development for children under the age of 5 to ensure their best chance for survival. Our projects focus on teaching techniques and practices that help prevent malnutrition, including proper breastfeeding techniques, educating families and communities about how to cultivate and prepare nutritious complementary food and strengthening local health systems.

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Organic Farming

We place a special focus on infants and young child feeding. We educate women about the best ways to achieve excellent maternal nutrition practices and care with limited resources. Proper nutrition is vital to a child's healthy development and an adult's ability to work and care for her family. We protect, promote and support optimal growth and development for children under the age of 5 to ensure their best chance for survival. Our projects focus on teaching techniques and practices that help prevent malnutrition, including proper breastfeeding techniques, educating families and communities about how to cultivate and prepare nutritious complementary food and strengthening local health systems.

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Water

Our officers have always sponsored community clean water projects. We embark on this venture to help communities build and maintain clean water systems and latrines. Both directly and through local organizations, we provide training and subsidize construction. Communities make significant contributions in cash and labor, and pay the cost of operation and maintenance. The goal of these projects is to reduce the health risks of water-related diseases. When clean water is easily accessible to many households, their earning potential is increased because they save a lot of time that would have been spent gathering water. Our team also educates people about good hygiene habits to reduce the risk of illnesses.




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Woman of Paradise is registered and incorporated in the state of Arkansas as a nonprofit organization for purposes that qualify as an exempt organization within the meaning of section 501 (c) 3 of the IRS. EIN Number: 26-4820743
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