Aid the Children is a 501C3 non-profit organization that assists other religious and non-profit organizations in saving the lives of children and parents who are infected with HIV. We believe that INNOCENT children should NOT have to suffer and die because of AIDS. With the nutrients contained in our all natural supplement, now called Ocean Treasure, these children and their parents are making remarkable recoveries, and are finding a new lease on life. In our first double blind study, after 6 months all of the 90 children who took our nutritional supplements were looking very healthy. We consider this a wonderful accomplishment.
On October 12, 2011 Aid the Children launched a placebo controlled double blind clinical study with over 250 HIV positive children and adults in Kenya. The government of Kenya was heavily involved in overseeing this study, with over 20 officials attending the study launch, and numerous officials attending the close of the study on March 10, 2012.
This was our first placebo controlled study. We believe that this study has demonstrated the benefits of our special nutrients for those living with HIV.
By the way, at the end of our study, those who had received a placebo were given our supplement.
Our President, Paul Schneider Jr., went to Kenya to help wrap up the study, and to gather the results. As you will see in the second video above, within a month or two of beginning our supplement, HIV symptoms disappeared, people started gaining weight, and weak and bed-ridden people were out of bed and feeling good. HIV meds work so much better with proper nutrition! By God’s grace, we anticipate that these results will help to open doors for Aid the Children to help many more children!
Jesus Christ is THE answer for all of humanity. It isn't enough just to help children win the fight against HIV. They need to know our Savior.
Aid the Children works with Christian organizations. By helping an HIV positive child back to health, our partners have a wonderful opportunity to share with them about the One who died to save them.