*Prevention is better than cure*
Aids Relief Programme (ARP) organization based in Nairobi, Kenya with an active registration has taken up counseling and guidance on HIV/AIDS victims and drug rehabilitation to the drug abusers within Kenya. It is estimated that six millions of people who live with HIV/AIDS are in need of Anti-Retroviral (ARV) vaccines in the developing countries and at least 60% of the people living in the Sub-Saharan Africa are AIDS victims.
1. To provide guidelines for employers, workers and the Government on prevention, management as well as mitigation of the impact of HIV/AIDS within the world of work.
2. To provide guidelines for employers, workers and the Government in order to eliminate stigma and discrimination on the basis of perceived or real HIV status within the world of work.
3. To provide a framework for monitoring and evaluating the impact of HIV/AIDS within the world of work.
4. To promote care, treatment and support for people living with HIV/AIDS within the world of work.
All children need access to affordable health care, we are in the mission of helping thousands of kids get their education and basic needs.
There's no vaccine to prevent HIV infection and no cure for AIDS. But it's possible to protect yourself and others from infection. That means educating yourself about HIV and avoiding any behavior that allows HIV-infected fluids — blood, semen, vaginal secretions.
1. Use a new condom every time you have sex. If you don't know the HIV status of your partner, use a new condom every time you have anal or vaginal sex. Women can use a female condom. Use only water-based lubricants. Oil-based lubricants can weaken condoms and cause them to break. During oral sex use a nonlubricated, cut-open condom or a dental dam — a piece of medical-grade latex.
2. Tell your sexual partners if you have HIV. It's important to tell anyone with whom you've had sex that you're HIV-positive. Your partners need to be tested and to receive medical care if they have the virus. They also need to know their HIV status so that they don't infect others.
3. Tell your sexual partners if you have HIV. It's important to tell anyone with whom you've had sex that you're HIV-positive. Your partners need to be tested and to receive medical care if they have the virus. They also need to know their HIV status so that they don't infect others.
If you use alcohol or drugs, be very careful. Being under the influence can make you careless about practicing safer sex.
And never share intravenous (IV) needles, syringes, cookers, cotton, cocaine spoons, or eyedroppers with others if you use drugs.
You should start taking HIV treatment as soon as you're diagnosed. Until recently, people living with HIV were advised to start treatment before their CD4 count dropped to 350 or below.
The British HIV Association (BHIVA) now recommends that anyone with HIV who is ready to commit to treatment should start taking it regardless of CD4 count.
Those changes reflect the findings of the START study. It found that people who delayed treatment until their CD4 count dropped to 350 had a significantly higher chance of developing AIDS-related illnesses such as cancers.
Once your viral load is undetectable, you cannot pass on HIV to partners. (It might take up to six months on treatment to become undetectable.)
1.You may have less illness, if HIV has been making you ill.
2.The treatment will stop HIV from reproducing in your body.
3.Your immune system will get stronger.
Aids Relief Programme (ARP) introduced the Youth Entrepreneurship Program as a standards-based business ownership and skills program. The purpose of this program is to cultivate the Entrepreneurial spirit in minority youth. It provides, low-achieving teens training in and exposure to entrepreneurship, business ownership, opportunities, responsibilities, and authority that goes along with these. It will give them a reason to learn, build self-confidence and inspire ambition and achievement.
• Teach the concepts of entrepreneurship and business ownership Teach a variety of business concepts, including business ethics
• Encourage students to continue their formal education
• Inspire and motivate youth to follow a legitimate business career
• Help parents develop entrepreneurial talents in their children
• Provide youth with a practical outlet for their creative talents
Phone: +256785669815, +256704388491
P.O Box 49298-00100 Nairobi Kenya GPO
Location: Nairobi, Kenya
We are in the move to fight against HIV/AIDS spread in Kenya, you are all requested to join and support the AIDS RELIEF PROGRAMME organization (ARP). We need your help to spread this message to people in kenya your support is highly appericated in terms of stationaries, finance, clothing, volunteering.
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