Nutrition and peer support for HIV+ patients

 
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Helping Hiv Positive Kids

By a female, 16-21 years old, in Nairobi, Kenyan
Map of HELPING HIV POSITIVE KIDS Kenya networking women with AIDS (KENWA)m has been helping children who are HIV+ in the slum of mathare the kids as their own support group where by they share their feelings and how they have been cooping with their status yet they are young.their traineers having being telling them on how to use their ARV'S regularly because ARV'S regularly will boost their immune system in other words they encourage them to use Medicine in the right monor.They also encourages them to do some exercises also the kids are even told about nutrition. Read more.
Related to project keywords: hiv+, nutrition, status, share, support group
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Organization

Project Leader

Anne De Groot

Founder and Scientific Director
Providence, RI United States

Where is this project located?

Mali   Health
Map of Nutrition and peer support for HIV+ patients