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Childrens Aids Art Program Donate Today! Facebook Twitter LinkedIn GooglePlus Home Art Therapy Outings Galleries Children’s Self Portraits 2010 Contemporary Beethoven Pastels Our Impression of the Impressionists Children’s Glow Paintings Calendar of Children’s Self Portraits Blog Donate Now Contact CAAP Testimonials Home Art Therapy -Outings Galleries -Children’s Self Portraits 2010 -Contemporary Beethoven Pastels -Our Impression of the Impressionists -Children’s Glow Paintings -Calendar of Children’s Self Portraits Blog Donate Now Contact CAAP Testimonials South Africa is currently experiencing one of the most severe HIV epidemics in the world. In less than two decades, the infection rate has increased from 1% to 17% leaving a trail of infection, illness and buried loved one in its wake. With over 800 deaths occurring in the country everyday, thousands of children are being destitute and alone, orphaned by illness that in most cases is already beginning to consume them as well. These children, often no more than infants, have lost not only the heads of their household, but also their sole providers of food and support. They wander homeless, plunged into poverty, often HIV+ themselves and suffering from a number of debilitating afflictions including rare types of tuberculosis, foetal alcohol syndrome, Down’s syndrome and epilepsy while also falling prey to rape and abuse on the unforgiving streets. A vision for a brighter future In the face of such great adversity, it is sometimes difficult to have faith and see beyond the suffering. Yet despite this bleak situation, there are those who still strive to paint a picture of hope and create a brighter future for these children. Through various initiatives and endless hours of selfless volunteer work, many lives have been changed and much suffering alleviated. Mary Miyata, founder of the Children’s Aids Art Programme (CAAP), left California in 2002 to follow her dream to Africa, where she has made a marked difference to the plight of countless AIDS infected/affected and abused orphans over the past five years. Developing a Worldwide Community of Support Watch Mary Miyata talk about CAAP with Dr. Robert A. Schuller on the Hour of Power from the Crystal Cathedral. Learn about CAAP’s beginnings, achievements and future goals. Watch now. Please watch another great video on the Children’s story here : Donate Please donate to this worthy Cause and make a Difference Friends Iziko Museums Manfredk Website Design SAPPHIRE DAWN Follow us on Twitter Tweets by @aidsartprogram Facebook Latest Blog Posts Support A Worthy Cause : The Children’s Aids Art Programme Children’s AIDS Art Programme (CAAP) Farewell to Madiba Download our Annual Updates CAAPUpdate_2011 CAAPUpdate_2012 About Us Children’s AIDS Art Programme Corporation is a 501(c)3 chartiable organization. Our Tax I.D #26-0118652 CAAP USA is 100 South Street, Suite #110, Sausalito, CA 94965 USA. CAAP, a South Africa Trust, #097-451-NPO and PBO #930040687 CAAP, a South Africa Trust is 11 Buitengracht Street, Cape Town, 8001 Subscribe Name Email Address* Web Design sponsored by manfredk.com | Social Media by Chanel