Mary "Mum" Wanderi is the Founder and Director of Living Positve Kenya. She is the proud mother of every woman who has walked through the LPK doors.
A profile on Ann, the Community Health Worker for Living Positive Kenya. She was once a member of the LPK support groups herself, but has since gone on to become a symbol of hope and a shoulder to lean on for women with HIV in her community.
Since graduating from LPK's Women Economic Empowerment Program, Tabitha has become a beacon of hope for many of the women of LPK. She works in the LPK office as a receptionist and mentors many of the new women who enter the program bitter about their newfound status.
Naomi has gone from living on the streets to working in a salon and providing for her two daughters, thanks to the work of LPK.
Good fortune graced Carol's life and put her on the path that eventually led her to LPK and a healthy recovery after a good Samaritan offered her shelter, food, and employment.
Beth is a proud mother, owner of her own butchery shop, and an ambassador for HIV and AIDS awareness in her community.
A profile on Anastasia and her sister, Helen. Anastasia has been taking care of Helen and her children since she contracted HIV in June. Anastasia is confident, though, that with LPK's support, she will soon have her sister back.
The third in a series of profiles on the strong women of Living Positive Kenya. This time, we meet Mary--a woman who has overcome stigmatization from her family and Depression and found happiness again in self-love.
A profile on the inspiring Beatrice, a graduate from the Women Economic Empowerment Program at Living Positive Kenya.
Information about the amazing work done by the organization, Living Positive Kenya, to alleviate the suffering of women and their children suffering from HIV and AIDS in Ngong, Kenya.