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HIV is the best thing that happened to our marriahe

HIV is the best thing that happened to our marriahe

The news could not have come at a worse time. She was just about to give birth to her third child when she learnt that she was HIV-positive. To make… Read more »

African Primitive Wisdom Protects The Immune System

African Primitive Wisdom Protects The Immune System

Dr. Price studies thirty tribes ranging from Northern Africa to the Southern tip of Kenya. Dr. Price entered Africa traveling the Red Sea to the Indian Ocean studying the costal… Read more »

International Day of Persons with Disabilities

International Day of Persons with Disabilities

3 December 2010 Around 10% of the world’s population, or 650 million people, live with disabilities. People are often unaware of the great number of persons living with disabilities around… Read more »

Giraffe will host gathering to aid African women

Giraffe will host gathering to aid African women

By SUSAN RIEMER Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber Reporter Nov 30 2010, 12:50 PM Islanders who would like to help improve the health and lives of many women in Africa can do… Read more »

Ten years that show HIV is not a death sentence

Ten years that show HIV is not a death sentence

As one prepares to have the much dreaded HIV test, many seek comfort in the counsellor’s common phrase: “HIV is not a death sentence”. Paul Gwada took those words seriously…. Read more »

The law alone will not stop FGM

The law alone will not stop FGM

Adapted from New Vision. Thursday, 2nd December, 2010 SABINY women are flocking to Kenya to be circumcised. They are doing this because the Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) Act that was… Read more »

EU trade talks may deal blow to Aids fight

EU trade talks may deal blow to Aids fight

Adapted From Daily Nation By NATION correspondent in London Posted Thursday, December 2 2010 at 22:09 Fears have been raised that cheap life-saving anti-retroviral drugs may no longer be available… Read more »

Many Mothers, Children Still Can’t Access HIV Medicine

Many Mothers, Children Still Can’t Access HIV Medicine

Adapred from:by Tom Henderson Dec 1st 2010 12:44PM More than 1,000 babies are born with HIV every day, according to United Nations statistics. Half of them will die before their… Read more »

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