Partnerships

Living positive Kenya has many partners that have offered many precious and appreciable supports from money to interns so that living positive Kenya can develop well and be sustainable so far. To express our gratefulness to our helpful and generous partners, introductions of them will be published in the home page of partnership and you can enter their website link by pressing their logos.(P.S: the order of the introductions of the partners is based on the alphabetical order.)


AIESEC has 60 years of experience in developing high-potential youth into globally minded responsible leaders.

Present in over 110 countries and territories and with over 60,000 members, AIESEC is the world’s largest youth-run organization. Focused on providing a platform for youth leadership development, AIESEC offers young people the opportunity to participate in international internships, experience leadership and participate in a global learning environment. What makes AIESEC unique is the youth driven impactful experience that it offers to its members. AIESEC is run by young people for young people, enabling a strong experience to all its stakeholders.

Global Youth Network – Canada

Global Youth Network is an international, grass-roots organization working to educate and mobilize young people towards making positive change.

The philosophy embodies the understanding that relationships are the foundation to faith, justice and community. It is through the development of reciprocal, empowering relationships that we work in solidarity with communities to develop and execute unique initiatives and provide experiential education. These are the initiatives that our Canadian volunteers are able to learn from and contribute to. Through these experiences, it aims to empower young people and communities in Canada and abroad.

The four areas of focus are: Homelessness & Displacement, Health & Well-being, Indigenous Solidarity, and Human Trafficking & Modern Day Slavery.

As of 2010, Global Youth Network became an international non-governmental organization (NGO), gaining official status in Brazil!

 

Heart and health resource team

It aims to empowering the people of Africa to survive the HIV/AIDS Pandemic.

HEART and its partners are empowering current and future generations of Kenyan people through disease prevention education and economic development. This is accomplished through Christian compassion, health interventions and resources as we promote physical, spiritual and emotional health.



Stephen Lewis Foundation – Canada

The Stephen Lewis Foundation (SLF) supports community-level organizations that are turning the tide of HIV/AIDS in Africa by providing care and support to women, orphans, grandmothers and people living with HIV and AIDS. Since 2003, it has funded more than 700 initiatives with 300 community-based organizations in the 15 African countries hardest hit by the pandemic.

These grassroots groups are the lifeline for their communities: they provide counselling and education about HIV prevention, care and treatment; distribute food, medication and other necessities; reach the sick and vulnerable through home-based health care; help orphans and vulnerable children access education and work through their grief; and support grandmothers caring for their orphaned grandchildren.


APHIA PLUS (Nairobi Region)

Aphia Plus is a new comprehensive health care project to improve the health of the residents of Kenya’s Rift Valley region from USAID. PHIAplus strength the country’s ability to improve the lives of mothers, children and their families in the areas of HIV/AIDS, malaria, family planning, reproductive health, and tuberculosis with quality health services.

One Horizon Africa

One Horizon is a non-denominational, apolitical organization. Its focus is on helping some of the most vulnerable in society. One Horizon’s projects are aimed at developing the skills of indigenous people’s. Our ethos is that by developing skills and broadening people’s education, poverty will be overcome. To that end, One Horizon’s projects are essentially based around the needs of impoverished, neglected, ill and abused children, youth, women and aged people.

CAAC (Constituency Aids Control Council)

Provide Policy and a Strategic framework for mobilizing and coordinating resources for prevention of HIV transmission and provision of care and support to the infected and affected people in Kenya.

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