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At the end of 2009, an estimated 2.5 million children were living with HIV, and 2.3 million of these were in sub-Saharan Africa. An estimated 1000 children are newly infected with HIV each day. How do children get HIV? 1.) … Continue reading
Last october the first WEEP (Women Economic Empowerment program) class had their graduation. The WEEP project started in 2007 thanks to HEART which sponsored 5 HIV women who wanted to learn skills to start their own businesses and improve the … Continue reading
This week Living Positive Kenya’s pre-school and daycare closed for holidays and our children said goodbye singing songs and praying. More pictures of the last day on our facebook.
People with HIV/AIDS have increased nutritional requirements for a number of reasons: Their immune system needs energy to fight the HIV infection To protect against opportunistic infections and to shorten the frequency and duration of these infections To enable their … Continue reading
Last summer we filmed in Ngong “Living Positive Kenya documentary”, we hope you enjoy watching it.