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World AIDS Day, first held in 1998, is December 1, 2014. As the first global health day ever held, Word AIDS Day commemorates those who have died and allows many to bring awareness and support to those living with HIV.  The the universal symbol of HIV awareness is the red ribbon.

Fomukong Health Foundation - Increase Awareness of HIV/AIDS with the red ribbon.

Globally, there is an estimated 34 million that have HIV and, in 2012, it was estimated that approximately 25 million people were living with HIV in Sub-Saharan Africa - still accounting for nearly 70 percent of the world's total!  As of 2012, South Africa has the highest HIV prevalence, with rates of averaging 26 percent.  Cameroon had a 4.5 percent HIV prevalence.

FHF Programs

Fomukong Health Foundation Project H.E.A.L.

In many underserved and underdeveloped communities, the procurement and supply of medicines and medical products needs to be streamlined in order to reduce shortages.  Importantly, many of these populations need better and focused education to prevent these populations from developing chronic diseases in the first place.

Through its efforts, FHF, Inc. strives on empowering local communities to have more control over healthcare resources and helping to shift healthcare delivery from a ‘treat and cure’ model to a preventive care one. FHF needs to:

      • Create & distribute printable and electronic health fact sheets to community clinics and village elders
      • Distribute condoms
      • Propagating health fact sheets using email and social media networks


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2355 Westwood Blvd #332
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