170,000 people are living with HIV in Rwanda.
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 in Rwanada currently serves 2,306 patients through comprehensive HIV care that includes medicine, food, mental health services and skills training. Their commitment to the patients goes beyond the medical care they need to survive. They are dedicated to life beyond the pills - to helping our patients attain self-sufficiency and the ability to care for their families that they all desire. The program also supports their patients in the women's cooperative, started by patients as a source of personal empowerment and economic development.
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