Meet Mr. Peter Mosoma, a resilient single parent facing the challenges of raising his children in the wake of adversity. With his
wife lost to HIV and AIDS, Mr. Mosoma became the sole caregiver to his 14-year-old son, Happy, who also battles HIV and copes
with a hearing and speech impediment. With no steady income and limited support, the family's situation seemed daunting.


Fortunately, Future Families stepped in with unwavering support. Led by our dedicated Linkage Officer, Penny Masiya, and
Social Worker, Zama Mkhashwa, we devised on a comprehensive care plan tailored to the unique needs of the Mosoma household. Collaborating closely with local facilities, we have ensured Happy's access to essential medications and medical care, guiding Mr. Mosoma every step of the way.

In 2021, we facilitated Happy's enrolment in audio and speech therapy, addressing his communication challenges. We have also
navigated the bureaucratic maze to secure a care dependency grant for Happy, easing the family's financial burden. With our
assistance, Happy was enrolled in a specialized school, providing him with the education and support he deserves.


Today, we celebrate the remarkable transformation of the Mosoma family.
Happy's viral load is now undetectable, a testament to his adherence to treatment and the effectiveness of his new
medication regimen. Thriving in his new school environment, Happy is embracing his potential and finding joy in
learning. Meanwhile, Mr. Mosoma's financial situation has improved significantly, thanks to the care dependency grant.

This success story is a testament to the power of partnership and persistence. With your continued support, we can
replicate these life-changing interventions for more families like the Mosomas, ensuring a brighter, healthier future for
vulnerable children and their caregivers.

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