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HIV/AIDS is still a stigma in Africa. In spite of the amount of awareness that has been raised about the existence and killer effects of the disease over the years by local and international organizations, most Africans still live in complete denial. Some people in Africa, for instance, still attribute the cause of death to witchcraft in spite of overwhelming medical evidence attributing the cause of the death in question to HIV/AIDS. African families are tearing apart on suspicions of witchcraft and poisoning as the cause of death in cases where somebody has died of HIV/AIDS. People still find it unthinkable to do HIV/AIDS screening, especially before marriage. Africa is among the hardest hit continents by HIV/AIDS. Poverty has made matters worse. And because soccer is the greatest crowd puller in Africa, our Foundation, the America For Africa Soccer, Inc, is on a mission to construct the first HIV/AIDS Soccer Stadium in the world. Be part of history. Join us by donating to the construction of the HIV/AIDS Soccer Stadium in Bali Nyonga, Cameroon, Africa. As you can see from the pictures below, construction work has begun on the historic HIV/AIDS stadium. HIV/AIDS must be defeated.

We currently run two soccer programs in Africa: Rush FC Bali & America For Africa Rush Football Club. We also run a radio station, Rush FM 98.2 Bali, Cameroon. Upon completion, both teams will use the HIV/AIDS Soccer Stadium for their home games. These matches will be covered live by our radio station, Rush FM 98.2 Bali. During the homes of these two teams on the HIV/AIDS Soccer Stadium, we intend to bring some of the best experts on HIV/AIDS to teach the local population on ways to prevent the killer disease. We will use these games to screen for HIV/AIDS. Because soccer is like a religion in Africa, these home games will be heavily attended. Lectures will take place before games, at half time and after games. To reach even a wider audience, the games and lectures by these experts will be broadcast live by Rush FM Radio. To make sure that the local people actually understand these live saving HIV preventive measures, these soccer games and the HIV/AIDS lectures will be rebroadcast several times on Rush FM Bali 98.2. The long term result will be that thanks to the games that will be played on the HIV/AIDS Soccer Stadium and the awareness that will be generated during soccer games, the local population will be better armed to fight HIV/AIDS.

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5% Raised, $1,000 to go