Using the power of soccer to fight HIV/AIDS

Aug 5, 2008

Reaching to the diabled

Despite the distribution exercise, CASL got down to its normal outreach activities by conducting its HIV/AIDS to even the vulnerable and most under valued population. A total of 60 students from Jacaranda special school gathered together for the teachings of HIV/AIDS awareness conducted by 4 CASL’s peer educators. The students went through various awareness activities including ‘FIND THE BALL’ who main logic is to advise people to visit VCT to know their HIV status. As CASL is implementing these activities even to the most forgotten society, it would like to appeal for more donors to make this a reality.


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Project Leader

Nancy Waweru

Nairobi, Kenya

Where is this project located?

Kenya   Sport
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