Since 2005, The Egmont Trust has committed over £6 million to more than 80 partner organisations in Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, Tanzania, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Across the region, 25.5 million people are infected with HIV. Millions more are affected.
Our staff draw on extensive local networks and contacts to find inspirational grassroots organisations in that are able to deliver tangible results in improving the lives of children affected by HIV & AIDS.
Here are three things that make us different
Our Patrons & Trustees cover all our operating costs in the UK and Africa enabling 100% of your donations to go directly to projects making a difference to AIDS affected families.
We believe that the people most affected by AIDS in Africa are best at understanding, planning and implementing projects to alleviate the impact that the epidemic has on children and their families.
Value for Money
We rigorously select projects that are run by locally driven organisations. We look for partners that are having real impact in innovative and efficient ways, delivering value for money for your donations.
We know where scarce resources can have the most impact.
The AIDS epidemic has illustrated the immense resilience of people across Africa, their ability to find a way forward often led by individuals with integrity, inspiration and unshakeable determination. By directing small scale aid to grassroots projects, we have been able to achieve sustained improvements in children’s nutrition, education, family income and HIV care and treatment.
Egmont's expertise lies in finding these people, and giving their activities financial and management support.
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Why HIV & AIDS?
Nearly 26 million people in sub-Saharan Africa are infected with HIV. The impact AIDS has on some of the world's poorest children is immeasurable.
How Egmont Helps
1 in 10 people are infected in the countries our partners work in. Almost everyone is affected by someone living with HIV.
Become A Partner
Egmont continues to look for effective organisations to fund. To register your interest, click the link above.