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Help Support Children in Makindu Living with HIV

by Makindu Children's Program
Help Support Children in Makindu Living with HIV
Aug 30, 2019

Increased Prices of Unimix Affects HIV Patients

Food Service
Food Service

Thankfully we have many kids that will be going to high school and vocational school this fall, however, to continue their studies with full attention and ease, they must have a well balanced diet. One of the food options we offer at the Centre is a very nutrient dense food called unimix which has recently increased in price. To continue giving the kids and their families these meals we will need major donations. We will not cut portions or turn anyone away, but we do need to be able to provide full meals to all who are in need. We currently serve 46 kids and 66 guardians with HIV who are in extra need of this highly nutrient rich food. The need for them to have this nutrition for their immune system is incredibly important so that their antiretrovirals can work properly and efficiently. Thank you so much for your continued support of Makindu Children's Program. Asante. 

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Makindu Children's Program

Location: Eugene, OR - USA
Facebook: Facebook Page
Twitter: @MCPkenya
Project Leader:
Diana Richardson
Eugene, OR United States

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