Manyatta AIC

community profile


Manyatta is the second largest informal settlement in Kisumu, Kenya.  A majority of the residents in the community are experiencing extreme poverty- 77% of residents have to walk a considerable distance to access clean water and only 30% of households have access to electricity. The HIV infection rate is high, and CARE for AIDS has been working in the community since 2013. 

 

center staff


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Spiritual Counselor, Timon Elisha Kai

Pastor Timon has been serving with CFA since 2014 and wants to be a pillar of hope to people living with HIV/AIDS in my community and beyond.

”Pastor Timon tells us, “I lost my 4 brothers to HIV/AIDS and my family was greatly affected. I got inspired to pursue more knowledge in HIV related studies and a passion to serve people living with HIV/AIDS.”

center history


YEAR GRADUATES FAITH-DECISIONS ORPHANS PREVENTED

2013-2014 70 36 204

2014-2015 73 36 237

2015-2016 68 29 228

2016-2017 76 31 262

2017-2018 78 30 298

2018-2019 TBD TBD TBD

graduate profiles


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Evelyne, 2016 Manyatta AIC Graduate:

Evelyne graduated from the CARE for AIDS program in Manyatta in April of 2016. After the seminars on money management and business skills, she felt like she was prepared to start a small business, so she began by saving money - something she learned about in the program. When she had enough capital, she built a small grocer stall in front of her house, and bought some produce to begin selling. Almost a year after her graduation, she is still going strong. She says business goes up and down, but in general, it’s going well and she is able to take care of herself and her family.