Miritini Center

Health Counselor: Clare Nabwire Shieunda  Spiritual Counselor: Solomon Katumo Kyengo

The CARE for AIDS center in the Miritini community (a suburb of Mombasa)  launched in 2017. The center is hosted in the Kenya Assemblies of God Church of Miritini. The Miritini community is in the Changamwe Sub-County, which is the Sub-County ranked second in HIV-prevalence in Mombasa. There are approximately 30,000 people living in the Miritini community, many of whom live in informal settlements and work day laborer jobs in the various Export Processing Zones near the neighborhood. 

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"I finally believe it is possible to send [my] children to University." - Betty, CARE for AIDS client at Miritini Center

Mathare Center

Mathare is the second largest slum in Nairobi. It is a densely populated community notorious for crime and gang activity. During one scout trip to this area, a community member told us that many residents raise their children in the Islam tradition because in Kenyan culture a Christian funeral is too expensive, and most children are killed or die during their teenage years because of the violence in this community. CARE for AIDS began working in Mathare in October of 2016. 


Spiritual Counselor: Jude Machiri

Health Counselor: Joan Waithereo