Supporting People with HIV/AIDS in Kenya

 
$3,304
$38,348
Raised
Remaining
May 3, 2013

Planning the next stage

Thank you again to everyone who has donated to this project- we are now seeing this stage as complete. We have been able to use your donations to train and support Living Well facilitators in the Coastal Region of Kenya, improving the quality of life of people living with HIV and AIDS. We also ran a stigma workshop which has had a major effect on changing people's attitudes towards people living with HIV and AIDS.

Recently Living Well trainers from Kenya attended a meeting in Mbale, Uganda to share experiences with Ugandan colleagues, to look at the context of the communities they are working in and to explore how they can best combine local activities with cross-country support and learning. These ideas will now be developed into a larger funding proposal, building on the impact made by projects such as the one you supported.

Thank you again for your help- and watch out for other opportunities to support ICA's work in Africa through Globalgiving!

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Organization

ICA:UK

Manchester, United Kingdom
http://www.ica-uk.org.uk/

Project Leader

Jonathan Dudding

London, United Kingdom

Where is this project located?

Map of Supporting People with HIV/AIDS in Kenya