Fingerprints Across Africa exists to help at risk women and children in Malawi, Zambia, and Zimbabwe, Africa, through facilitating sustainable development. These women and children live in extreme poverty and are impacted by little education, poor medical care, and diseases such as malaria, tuberculosis, and HIV/AIDS. This development includes empowering the widows by teaching and implementing economic stability on a local level through microenterprise. In addition, Fingerprints Across Africa is involved in building schools and drop in day-care centers for orphans, implementing life skills training for widows and orphans, and establishing homes that house up to 10 orphans in a family setting.
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