[Above: Alie displays her Award from The Royal Netherlands Ambassador to Kenya His Excellency Joost Reintje].Safe Water & Aids Program Director Alie Eleveld has been awarded the Royal Decoration from the Dutch Queen as a Knight in the Order of Orange Nassau. This is due to her selfless dedication and devotion to the cause of improving the health and socio-economic status of Kenyan people through disease prevention and socio-economic empowerment.[see photos]

The Safe Water and AIDS Project (SWAP) is a non-governmental organization based in Western Kenya that engages Community Health Promoters to promote health and door to door sales of health and hygiene products.Safe Water and AIDS Project (SWAP) was started in 2005 through support from Rotary Atlanta. It was officially registered in Kenya as a non-governmental organization (NGO) in June 2006, with a Board of directors. SWAP aims to improve the health and socio-economic status of Kenyan people through disease prevention and socio-economic empowerment of the target population.
VISION
A healthy and empowered community where everyone enjoys high quality of life.
MISSION
To improve the quality of life of the vulnerable in community by building their capacities and supporting them to develop profitable health oriented micro- enterprises

 

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