Kariobangi Center

Kariobangi is a low-income residential estate in northeastern Nairobi, Kenya. CARE for AIDS opened their first center in this community in early 2014. Each CARE for AIDS center operates from within a local church, and serves 80 HIV+ clients each year. 

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Medical Counselor: Gladys Amoti Biage 

Gladys grew up in the village.  Life was not easy at the village due to lack of money and food, school fees.  Gladys has been serving with CFA since 2014 because she has a burden for the less fortunate, HIV infected, orphans, and widows, She loves encouraging and praying for her clients.

“I dream of empowering them with new and relevant skills. Seeing them put into practice the skills they learn and improve their living standard.”

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Spiritual Counselor, Marvin Musili Mitau

Marvin is married and has one child.  He has been serving with CFA since 2016.  

“In 1997 my favorite uncle died because he had HIV/AIDS and five years later his wife died. The separation of my family and losing my uncle and having no one to care for me was all very difficult. I feel God made me pass through all this to prepare me for His people. I want to give hope to the hopeless and tell them all is not lost despite their current situation.”

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This center is primarily funded by a group in Cobb County, a Northern suburb of Atlanta, GA. This team of supporters has rallied together through monthly giving and hosting memorable events to support the annual operating costs of this center.

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Donate to the Kariobangi Center

A message from the Kariobangi fundraising team: It costs $25 per month to support an HIV+ client and his or her family thorough the program. Please consider joining our team by giving a one-time donation or committing to a monthly donation (of any amount) to support the clients at the CARE for AIDS center in Kariobangi, Kenya.