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News and Event

World AIDS day event

December 1,2014

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Mkhaya Migrants Awards

Now we have created a Dance group named SIYABAVUSA to help fundraising for our projects.


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    Thank you very much to those who have started contributing for this project 



We acknowledge the support of KINGDOM LIVING EXPERIENCE INTERNANTIONAL MINISTRY with Gerard Jackson.

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Support for AIDS Orphans in soweto

Establishing a job training center and a unique school for AIDS orphans!

 AULDA will engage in the construction of school and will put  into order an environment in which children can safely receive an elementary education. Also, in connection with these construction activities, through collaboration to enrich AIDS education at the school and through AIDS enlightenment workshops in the region, we are making an effort to put the brakes on the fundamental issues of AIDS orphans and of AIDS itself by making correct information regarding HIV/AIDS widely known, and by attempting to end discrimination against HIV/AIDS and AIDS orphans

Domestic Projects

AULDA is  engaged in domestic activities with the purpose of educating as many people as possible about the current condition of AIDS orphans and of the necessity of giving them our support.

World AIDS Orphans Day Campaign

In order to help people recognize the issue of AIDS orphans and to encourage them into action, AULDA has carried out various events, including photo exhibitions, film works, special installation websites, and lectures.


 We hold lectures on the current state of AIDS orphans.

Research Activities

As a means of providing weekly news, recent news stories related to HIV/AIDS and AIDS Orphans from around the world. This information is updated weekly on Wednesday. Information related to AIDS orphans is also provided via a newsletter and database. 

Event and Information Meetings

We hold project reports, study, and cultural exchange meetings, displaying events related to all kinds of international cooperation as well as Africa.