Transform health in a Kenyan slum with just $26


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People With Hiv/aids Can Be Helped Through Health Education

By a female, 31-45 years old, in Bugiri, Uganda
Map of PEOPLE WITH HIV/AIDS  CAN BE HELPED THROUGH HEALTH EDUCATION In 2009, there was a family (man and wife) which happened to be HIV/positive. These people stayed a miserable life until when they visited a health worker who tried to talk to them. This health worker was trained by an organisation called mildmay Uganda. it is an organisation which helps people living WITH hiv/aids BY OFFERING COUNSELLING, treatment, positive prevention, Health educating communities... In 2010, this family was counselled and started on treatment (seprine) and currently they are living a happy life. Read more.
Related to project keywords: health education, living hiv/aids, started, treatment, prevention
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Carolina for Kibera, Inc.

Chapel Hill, North Carolina, United States

Project Leader

Leann Bankoski

Executive Director
Chapel Hill, NC United States

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