PEPFAR Support Helps Kenyan Clinic Provide HIV/AIDS Care To Children, Adolescents

USAID’s “ImpactBlog”: Witnessing Hope and Health for Kenyan Orphans and Vulnerable Children
Pediatrician Rachel Golin; Teresa Simiyu, a technical adviser with HJFMRI; and S. Katherine Farnsworth, a population, health and nutrition officer at USAID, discuss a visit to the Lea Toto Clinic in Kawangware, Kenya, operated by the Children of God Relief Institute (COGRI), as well as Nyumbani, a sister facility that houses COGRI’s laboratory. U.S. support “helps COGRI staff manage the [Lea Toto Clinic] and evaluate the project’s aim — to deliver high quality, high impact pediatric and adolescent HIV care” (5/8).

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