A Message from Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake

FOADAC Anniversary Gala 2015

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Hollywood celebrities support FOADAC in a telethon to benefit HIV/AIDS orphaned African children

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Making A Difference In Africa

Why This Ebola Epidemic Won’t Become the ‘Black Death’ of the 21st Century A new CDC report warns that, without intervention, Ebola cases in West Africa could double every 20 days. But basic improvements in medical infrastructure can — and will — be able to stop the bleeding. The ongoing outbreak of Ebola in a […]

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Orphans, abuse and the world’s most vulnerable children: Recent research

Few problems deserve attention more than stopping the abuse of vulnerable children, yet this area remains in great need of more reliable data. For example,

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South African Billionaire Patrice Motsepe Gives $10 Million To Fight HIV/AIDS In Africa

South African billionaire Patrice Motsepe has given a shot in the arm to the global fight against HIV/AIDS.

On Thursday last week during the World Economic Forum

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Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Supports FOADAC

It is my pleasure to welcome you to the 5th Anniversary Gala of the Foundation for Orphaned, Abandoned, and Disabled African Children (FOADAC).

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It is estimated there are between 143 million and 210 million orphans worldwide (recent UNICEF report.) The UNICEF orphan numbers DON’T include abandonment (millions of children) as well as sold and/or trafficked children.

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