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Rural Couple‚??s Love Stands the Test of HIV Ravages


Wednesday, 05 Jan 2011

A story of Samuel Mugo and his wife Miriam Wanjiku who after 14 years in marriage test HIV positive. The couple has s remained   devoted to each other even though rocked by struggles as they raise their three young child

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Kenyans Don‚??t Know How to Use Condoms Well-Nascop


Wednesday, 05 Jan 2011

According to a study carried out by the National AIDS and STI Control Programme, only 30% of men know how to use a condom, with Dr Nicholas Muraguri, head of NASCOP stating that the rate of condom use is high but skills on how to

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Straight Talk: Inmates Speak Out on Sex and HIV, AIDS in Prisons


Tuesday, 04 Jan 2011

Studies by the Centre For Disease Control in Nairobi reveal that Tuberculosis and AIDS combined account for 40.2 percent deaths in prisons and are the leading causes of preventable prison deaths in Kenya.     &

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Gays Beaten at New Year‚??s Dance Party in Mombasa


Tuesday, 04 Jan 2011

A group of self declared men who have sex with men (MSMs) in Mombasa were attacked at the Coast Car Park Night Club where they had gone to join revelers on New Year’s Eve.

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Study Raises Alarm on HIV and Marriages


Monday, 03 Jan 2011

A study carried out by the African Population and Health Research Centre together with the discordant association of Kenya is sounding warning bells to married or cohabiting couples saying most new HIV infections in sub Saharan Af

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HIV Positive Kids Get By With a Little Help from Their Friends


Monday, 03 Jan 2011

A support group part of Zingatia Maisha, is helping fill a large gap in the care of children living with HIV nationally with the Kenya National AIDS/STI Control Programme saying there are just 1,800 trained health workers caring f

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HIV Positive Kids Get By With a Little Help from Their Friends


Monday, 03 Jan 2011

A support group part of Zingatia Maisha, is helping fill a large gap in the care of children living with HIV nationally with the Kenya National AIDS/STI Control Programme saying there are just 1,800 trained health workers caring f

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Kapsowar Barmaids March Into New Year HIV Tests


Monday, 03 Jan 2011

More than 200 barmaids in Marakwet West take a bold move of undergoing HIV/AIDS test at Cheptongei and Kapsowar trading centers in Marakwet West. The women later held a procession vowing to help respond to the spread of the diseas

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