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Worldwide Orphanage Statistics
2001 Total Numbers:
65 million orphans in Asia out of 993 million children
34 million orphans in Sub-Saharan Africa out of 288 million children
8 million orphans  in Latin America and the Caribbean out of 162 million children (UNICEF, UNAIDS et al, Children on the Brink 2002).

2001 Percentage figures:
12% of all children in Sub-Saharan Africa were orphans,
6.5% in Asia were orphans
5% in Latin America and the Caribbean were orphans ....More

Who is an orphan?
UNAIDS defines an orphan as a child under the age of 18 who has lost at least one parent. UNICEF puts the age at 15 and below. A child whose mother has died is known as a maternal orphan; a child whose father has died is a paternal orphan. A child who has lost both parents is a double orphan......More

Consequences of AIDS
A. Consequences on orphan Children
B. Consequences on Families
C. Consequences on Communities and Society....More

Tips on supporting charities

Orphanage budget example on basic necessities

Solutions to the orphanage crisis
The orphanage crisis is encircled by its root causes -poverty, disease, AIDS, war and famine. There are therefore many strategies in combing the crisis. The orphanage burden generally requires sustained action at all levels from world governments, regional, national and local institutions and individuals...More

Current annual global charity meets less than half of required donations
$12 billion (US) per year would be needed worldwide to combat HIV/AIDS and its effects (including orphan support). Current annual global spending is less than half of the US$ 12 billion needed by 2005, and less than one-quarter of the US$19 billion needed in 2007. (UNAIDS, UNICEF et al: 2004 Report on the Global AIDS Epidemic). Most aid and charitable donations are from developed nations on national, institutional and individual levels....More

Charity giving statistics in USA. US as an example in charitable donations
According to The NonProfit Times, Americans donated $240.92 billion to charity during 2002, up 1% from 2001. Total donations represented 2.3 percent of the nation’s gross domestic product (GDP).  They have remained above 2 percent since 1999....More

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