Kenyan Children United Against AIDS

Standing with Children Affected by HIV

A significant proportion of those we see living with HIV live in Kenya. Our health officers work hard to end the spread of HIV especially among mothers and children in this East African nation, where at least 200,000 children are currently living with HIV. The disease has orphaned another estimated 100,000 under the age of 17
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Choose handwashing, choose health — Global Handwashing Day 2014

In every one of the 847 communities we support in this country, we have installed handwashing stations and toilets. We are teaching the value of cleanliness and have installed handwashing facilities outside each of the toilets so that children learn from a young age the value of washing their hands.
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Livelihoods and community development

How We Make Sure Kids Do Not Get Hungry Again

The fight against childhood hunger isn’t just about stopping kids’ bellies from growling. Feed the Children provides programming to help expand parents’ sources of income—from sales of small livestock, participating in savings groups, and other means—so they can provide their children with food, life essentials, and a future.
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Hunger Headlines Week of September 28, 2014

These are stories catching our eyes this week. Click the headline to read the whole story. Leader’s Corner “The Shame of NGOs Unwilling to Risk” Three reasons why nonprofits avoid the risks of innovation, by Feed the Children President and CEO Kevin Hagan   Poverty “Five Reasons Why We’re Losing the War on Poverty”  Poverty does not […]
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