While a rich history and beautiful beaches drive Kenya's tourism industry, the majority of its citizens live in abject poverty. Further adding to the tragedy in Kenya is the AIDS crisis affecting more than 1.5 million Kenyans every day. The Keep a Child Alive clinic in Kenya's largest government hospital ... continue reading.
Although the Rwandan government continues to place a great emphasis on HIV/AIDS treatment and care, the need is still overwhelming. The Centreville Clinic fulfills the dreams of women and children in need of medical care, many of whom are survivors of the 1994 genocide. The Keep a Child Alive clinic ... continue reading.
In the slums of South Africa are countless children living in tin shacks, without parents, let alone electricity and running water. Keep a Child Alive works tirelessly to support these children, providing them with the skills and resources they need to help themselves. It is an uphill battle as the ... continue reading.
The Sahara Centre for Residential Care and Rehabilitation, funded by Keep a Child Alive, provides care and support to people in India. who are struggling with substance abuse. Sahara continues to work to counter the debilitating stigma that surrounds both substance abuse and AIDS in India. The underserved HIV+ population ... continue reading.
The debilitating stigma that continues to surround HIV in India renders children orphaned by AIDS to be forcefully driven from their villages and left to fend for themselves. Keep a Child Alive offers a home for abandoned children with HIV/AIDS. The children live in peace and thrive in a beautifully ... continue reading.
In a community plagued by alcohol, drugs, crime and staggering rates of HIV, the Blue Roof Wellness Centre is a state-of-the-art continuum of care center for the treatment of HIV/AIDS. The Blue Roof provides free anti-retroviral medication, home-based care services, nutritional support, psycho-social support and alcohol and drug abuse counseling. ... continue reading.