Thank you for donating to the 30/30 Project Indiegogo campaign! We are pleased to announce that we raised 152K and are well on our way to funding a medical clinic in Malawi and Kenya! We appreciate your support and look forward to updating you on further progress in building more health centers in the future!
In 1984, Juile Lewis gave birth to her first daughter, Teresa. Due to a complicated pregnancy, she needed a blood transfusion and at that moment, was infected with HIV. When she was finally diagnosed, she was given only a few years to live. By that time, she had already given birth to two other children, Laura and Ryan. They each had a 25% chance of being born HIV+, but we were both extremely fortunate (today, the risk of a mother passing HIV to her baby is 2% or less if she is being treated). And thanks to advanced medicine and healthcare available here in the U.S., Julie has survived despite her odds. This year marks the 30th anniversary of Julieís survival, but many are not so
lucky. To honor the thirty years Julie has been a survivor, the Lewis family is raising funds to build health centers worldwide that will stand strong for at least thirty years. They are calling it the 30/30 Project.
Construction for Change is partnering with the 30/30 Project to carry out all construction services. Our local partners on the ground include organizations like Partners in Health, Kizimani, MED25 International and 30/30 Project, want to bring access to quality, affordable healthcare to those who need it most. other non-profit organizations that serve HIV+ women and their families. The Lewis family, through the 30/30 Project, want to bring access to quality, affordable healthcare to those who need it most.