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.
HEALTH COUNSELOR, CLARE SHIEUNDA:
Clare joined the CARE for AIDS team in 2017. She is passionate about her work in the Miritini community and loves working with the clients.
"I love working at CARE for AIDS because it enables me to reach out and help the community.
SPIRITUAL COUNSELOR, SOLOMON KYENGO:
Solomon joined the CARE for AIDS team in 2017 and has faithfully served clients in Miritini as the center's spiritual counselor. In the most recent graduating class, Solomon was honored to lead 20 clients to faith.
"I finally believe it is possible to send [my] children to University." - Betty, CARE for AIDS client at Miritini Center