AFRICA DISEASE AND POVERTY ERADICATION PROJECT(ADPEPINC),
is a Charitable and Non profit (IRS 501c3) organization that is engaged in
Disease and Poverty reduction in Africa.
we accept donations (tax deductible) in cash, credit cards, bank cards,
Checks, paypal payments and money order etc. for our work in Africa.
                                                            
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AFRICA DISEASE AND POVERTY ERADICATION PROJECT (ADPEPINC)
                            www.adpepinc.org                                       

OUR MISSION
Africa Disease and Poverty Eradication Project
(ADPEPINC), is a registered tax exempt (IRS 501c3)
organization and contributions are tax deductible
under section 170 of IRS code.As a charitable and
Nonprofit organization, we are engaged in Disease
and Poverty reduction in Africa, especially in Sub
Saharan African Countries.Our main aim is to
eradicate the three major diseases (Malaria,
Tuberculosis(TB) and HIV/AIDS) and poverty
targeting Africans, African Immigrants and refugees
coming to America, Europe, Asia etc. and the
population in African countries, by supporting,
educating and empowering the entire population
socially towards eliminating the underlying cause of
these problems through, health education, testing,
screening, prevention, mass communication,
treatment and provision of food and shelter.

WHAT WE DO
Through mass communication and treatment
programs We are working now in sub Saharan
African countries to educate the population by
conducting educational initiative and mass
communication programs to reduce and eradicate
HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, and Malaria. We have field
offices and volunteers who are on ground working
on these projects, from May 2006 till present.

OUR VISION
Our vision is to educate Africans and African
immigrants and refugees coming to America to
supplement efforts of non governmental
organizations (NGO), civil society groups, human
right groups, struggling democracies of Africa and
support the poor and rural dwellers in Africa towns
and villages to educate them on the three major
diseases (Malaria, Tuberculosis (TB) and HIV/AIDS)
that is affecting economic growth and a healthy
population in Africa. We hope to improve the social
well being of the population by empowering and
educating the population to take personal
responsibility for their actions, by eliminating the
root cause of these problems. We will do this by
embracing technology innovation in health care
systems, science and education so as to elevate
their consciousness for healthy life style, self
improvement and their human rights protection.

OUR PRACTICE
(A) We will strive to be credible and deliver quality
goods and services
(B) We will strive to achieve fiscal responsibility and
transparency
(c) We will strive to achieve sound financial
management practice
(D) We will strive to be objective and independent
(E) We will strive to build positive relationships that
will fulfill our goals.































OUR GOALS
Immediately is to raise funds and other resources
and work with other NGOS, private organizations,
schools, churches and others etc. to put a dent on
the problems of disease and poverty in Africa and
among African immigrants and refugees coming to
America, Europe, Asia . We will pinpoint areas that
are at immediate high risk due to wars,
environmental problems, immigration, hash
conditions, civil strife etc. and send in materials,
personal and volunteers to work there.
CHILD AND FAMILY POVERTY RESULTS
"Severe shelter and severe sanitation deprivation
are the problems affecting children in the
developing world, with more than half a billion (34%)
living in dwellings with more than five people per
room or which have mud flooring. Over half a billion
children (31%) have no toilet facilities whatsoever.
Figure 2: Percent of children severely deprived of
basic human needs in developing countries.Almost
half a billion children (25%) lack access to radio,
television, telephone or newspapers at home and
over 20% of children (nearly 376 million) are using
unsafe (open) water sources or have more than a 15
minute walk to fetch water.
In the developing world,over 15% of children under
five years old are severely malnourished and over
half of these (91 million children) are in South Asia.
around 265 million children (15%) have not been
immunised against any diseases or have had a
recent illness causing diarrhoea and have not
received any medical advice or treatment. Lastly,
134 million children aged between 7 and 18 (13%)
are severely educationally deprived - they have
never been to school.There are differences both
between and within regions (see Table 1).
Sub-Saharan Africa has the highest rates of severe
deprivation with respect to four of the seven
indicators - severe shelter, water, educational and
health deprivation. However, within the region,
severe water deprivation ranges from 19% to 90%.
Table 1: Percent of Children Living in Absolute
Poverty and Severe Deprivation, by Region
Percent Absolute Poverty(2+ severe deprivations),
Percent Severely Deprived (1+ severe deprivations),
Percent Severely Shelter Deprived, Percent Severely
Sanitation Deprived, Percent Severely Information,
Deprived Percent Severely, Water Deprived Percent
Severely, Food Deprived Percent Severely, Health
Deprived Percent Severely, Education Deprived
Sereverely.
Sub Saharan Africa 65 83 62 38 39 53 19 27 30
South Asia 59 82 45 61 40 18 27 23 19
Middle East andNorth Africa 40 65 45 26 23 24 12 14 23
Latin America and Caribbean 17 35 23 17 10 7 5 7 3
East Asia and Pacific 7 23 8 5 7 10 5 3 1
Developing World 37 56 34 31 24 21 15 14 13
Child Poverty in the Developing World.
DAVID GORDON1, SHAILEN NANDY1, CHRISTINA
PANTAZIS1, SIMON PEMBERTON1 and PETER
TOWNSEND2 1 Centre for International Poverty
Research, University of Bristol, 8 Priory Road, Bristol
BS8 1TZ2 London School of Economics, London


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