K2 Foundation works in partnership with the Nancholi Youth Organization (NAYO), the District Environmental Health Officer and the Ministry of Health to provide high quality HIV prevention and treatment services in the Nancholi area in Malawi. Our catchment area includes 22 villages with a total population for 32,000 people. We have a team of 175 Malawian volunteers and 90 foreign volunteers who help with our outreach efforts. K2 Foundation and NAYO has recently completed the construction of an HIV treatment facility, the first of its kind, in the area. It is scheduled to open to the public in January 2015.
To expand the availability of HIV/AIDS and TB prevention services, counseling and testing, procurement of ART drugs to rural community members through outreach programs.
To provide agricultural supplies to families living with HIV.
To improve access to education by supporting orphans and vulnerable children with school supplies and fees.
To strengthen post-test clubs, outreach campaigns, support groups and linkages with the health care system to increase referrals for treatment.
To develop the infrastructure to support high quality HIV testing and treatment.