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Wola Nani was established in 1994 as a non-profit organization to help bring relief to the communities hardest hit by the HIV crisis. Wola Nani means “we embrace and develop one another” in Xhosa. South Africa has the largest rate of HIV infection in sub-Saharan Africa, and Wola Nani works to improve the quality of life of people living with HIV and AIDS.

Wola Nani’s mission is to care through counseling and testing; ARV (Antiretroviral drug) adherence counseling and support; after school programs for vulnerable children; and income generation opportunities for persons with HIV and AIDS.

Wola Nani’s crafters produce recycled papier-mâché bowls, designer light bulbs, beadwork, recycled magazine mirrors, recycled paper jewelry, recycled paper lampshades and tea light candle holders.