The Keep A Child Alive program in Kenya has served over 1,600 patients.
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 provides state-of-the-art medical and support services to children and families living with HIV. The program is dedicated to helping the community affected by HIV/AIDS continue to live healthy, fulfilling lives.
The success of the program demonstrates that keeping a child alive is not only a moral imperative, but is entirely feasible.
Donate now to help children and families living with HIV/AIDS.