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  p align="left" style="font-family: Arial,Helvetica,sans-serif; font-size: 12pt; color: rgb(102, 102, 102);">Patients who leave home at dawn and wait until late in the day for treatment cannot leave their seats for fear of losing their place. Feeding these patients at the outpatients' clinics themselves not only provides for a basic need but ensures a full stomach on which to take their medication.

With chronic treatments such as HIV/Aids and Tuberculosis (TB), compliance is key. The promise of a nourishing meal at the clinic encourages adherence to lengthy treatment programmes. Statistics by nutritionists at some of our clinics show that in certain areas, over 50% of registered patients are so malnourished that they are classified as marasmic or kwashiorkor. Many treatments are helped if the patient can be supported nutritionally, which is what we as a charity can help with.

We provide soup, bread, peanut butter and vitamin-enriched fruit juice to patients in the waiting rooms, and where possible, additional nutritional support in the form of immune-boosting porridge to take home. We are being partnered in this mission by Blue Ribbon Bread.

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Map of our 14 soup kitchens