in east Africa, HIV has historically been a death-sentence

Imagine you have lost your job. Your spouse has left you. Your family and friends have disowned you... all because you have contracted a disease for which there is no known cure. In East Africa, stigma cuts people off from society and prevents them from receiving life-saving care. There are currently 19.4 million people living with HIV in Sub Saharan Africa. This is the most vulnerable population in the modern world.

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 life beyond AIDS

HIV doesn’t have to be a death sentence. CARE for AIDS exists to empower people to live a life beyond AIDS. We do this through facilitating transformation physically, emotionally, socially, economically, and spiritually for our clients over the course of a nine-month program.  Meet some of our graduates below:   

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If I was asked to write down all that I’ve learned from CARE for AIDS, 200 pages would not even be enough.
— Fred, August 2018 CARE for AIDS Graduate
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My life was completely transformed!
— Alice (pictured with her sister, Ann), 2018 CARE for AIDS Graduate
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This program has opened my eyes in more ways than one.
— Millicent, October 2018 CARE for AIDS Graduate
 
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We are many, and I am encouraged knowing that I am not alone and that we have CARE for AIDS behind us.
— Beatrice, 2018 CARE for AIDS Graduate
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When I first came to CARE for AIDS, nothing in my life made sense. But over the last nine months, I’ve realized that HIV does not define me.
— Christine, 2018 CARE for AIDS Graduate
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When we started this program, everyone was reserved, but now we would all say the same thing: we thank God for this program and all we’ve learned!
— Jacinta, 2018 CARE for AIDS Graduate

 OUR IMPACT SO FAR

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