6.7% of the population in Kenya suffers from HIV/AIDS.
Kabale and her children are alive and healthy because of the Blood: Water Mission clinic in her village.
Four years ago, Kabale's husband died of AIDS. Kabale didn't know what caused his death until she became ill as well. At the time, she was 32 years old with five young children who depended on her for survival. When she arrived at the clinic, Kabale weighed less than 65 pounds. After receiving the ARV medication and support she needed, Kabale was able to become healthy again.
Her youngest son was born while she was HIV+, but because of prenatal care, he is HIV-. She uses her own children as a demonstration to others that even though they might be sick, if they are treated, they can work to save their children.
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