Sinai is a slum located in Nairobi- it is most famous for a tragic community wide fire caused by an oil spill in 2011. It is a densely populated area with a high HIV infection rate. CARE for AIDS began operation of a center in the Sinai community in 2014. Matthew Mbatha and Maureen Shididi serve as the Spiritual and Health Counselors (pictured below).
DONATE TO THE CARE FOR AIDS CENTER IN SINAI
Jon and Kylie White have gathered their community to support the CARE for AIDS center in the Sinai Community. Sinai is an extension of the larger Eastleigh slums of Nairobi, which has a population of about 1 million people. This particular community has about 300,000 residents and there is a very high HIV infection rate in the area.
Through the CARE for AIDS center, 80 HIV+ community members per year will be empowered to take control of their disease through medical counseling, spiritual counseling, economic empowerment and social support.