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In Sub-Saharan Africa a child is orphaned every 14 seconds.  In the wake of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, there are over 15,000,000 orphans living there.Our Work

In the small Southern African kingdom of Swaziland, HIV/AIDS infects more than one in four people, making it the country with the highest HIV/AIDS prevalence rate in the world.  The result is an exploding number of households headed by children, some as young as eight or nine years old.

Saving Orphans through Healthcare and Outreach and Outreach (SOHO) is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that exists to improve the quality of life and life expectancy of orphans and vulnerable children (OVCs), especially child-headed households, living in communities deeply affected by HIV/AIDS.

SOHO engages with an international network of collaborators and volunteers to provide programs and services that work to heal, educate, feed, parent and nurture orphans and vulnerable children.

From the Blog

Send a Child to Camp

  When school breaks in Swaziland, the risk of abuse increases for school children. The meal they receive at school is no longer available, and the protection of a school environment is no longer there.  SOHO will use this opportunity … Continue reading

Farewell to Lorraine Hope

When SOHO Co-Founder, Cynthia Prime visited Swaziland for the first time eight years ago, among the volunteers who joined her was Lorraine Hope, a mission nurse from New Zealand.  Lorraine and her friend Edna Geelan from Australia remained dedicated volunteers … Continue reading


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