Huruma Center

Huruma is an urban slum community located in Northeast Nairobi. The community borders the Kariobangi slum, which has been home to a CARE for AIDS center since early 2014. Huruma was made famous in May of 2016 due to a tragic building collapse which killed 13 community members. The community has a high HIV infection rate and its residents live in extreme poverty.

The CARE for AIDS center in Huruma operates in partnership with the Kenya Assemblies of God Huruma Church (pictured) under the leadership of Reverend Geoffrey Kimai. 

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Spiritual Counselor, Janepher Mukunya   

Janeph grew up in a rural area, in a humble family. She now lives with her adopted teenage daughter.  When asked why she chose to work with CFA, Janeph says she has witnessed family members affected by HIV and she wanted to help others survive while infected with HIV/AIDS. 

"It’s my prayer my clients may give their lives to Christ. Through the skills the learn, may their lives be totally transformed.”

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Medial Counselor, Jacob Kinyanjui  

Jacob grew up in the upcountry of Nakuru.  Today he is married to Teresiah and they have one child.  Jacob has been employed with CFA for 2 years and prays for his clients to stabilize in their family so that they can be self-reliant.

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