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This is Kibera, a slum in N* kenya, home for about 1 million people. These children play without care, just as it should be. But their reality is grim. They are all orphans, half of them because of Aids. In the last five years, it has gotten worse and we have now more children who are abandoned and who are orphans as the result of HIV Aids. Jorge N* is the national director of SOS children’s villages in Kenya. They fight Aids with community outreach education and family strengthening programs. You realize that up to 60% of the bad occupancy in some of the hospitals at the moment are actually taken up by people what HIV positive. And the entire generation of kenya has died. It is difficult to find anyone who hasn’t been touched. You have friends, but they die. Many, including family members, very many, I lost my sister which is HIV. I have got very good friends of mine, you know. Some are in hospital right now, terminal cases right now. Here base health care is out of reach for many people Aids prevention is just another way to spend money they don’t have. You have to make a choice. You have to * how we * and how we drink * that you forget your probability. In Kenya integrated community self-help program offers a variety of services to those are infected by HIV and Aids. The group has said the kibera records the highest HIV and Aids * in Kenya. Today J* A* is adminstrating test. The man after * might be a dead sentence. The gentleman has been feeling unwell for the last five months. He was having some * there. He is * and feeling weak. Although the * of HIV here to be decreasing in Kenya. People still test positive everyday. And today is no difference. Some people they seem ignore that the infection gives them *. They don’t want to listen like this. They said they *. So it seems that * ignorance. The result, the number of HIV in Kenya is over 1 million. And k* alone has reported 50,000. This place is called Nibian* it is the home and safe region * smallest victims of *. Most of these boys and girls come here directly from the hospital, abandoned because they were HIV positive. Previously two or three children pass away each month, but drug donations have a huge impact of death rate here. These children struggle will be life-long and they are no long waiting to die. They are learning to live. [ 本帖最后由 Ivy5880 于 2008-4-27 13:00 编辑 ]

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This is Kibera,a slum in Nairobi kenya,home to about 1 million people.These children play without  a care ,just as it  should be,but the reality is grim.They are all orphans,half of them because of AIDS.

"In the last five years,it've gotten worse,and we have now more children who were abandoned and were orphaned as a result of HIV AIDS."George Nyakora was the national derictor of SOS children's villages in Kenya.They fight AIDS with community outreach ,education,and family strengthening programes. 

"You reallise that up to 60% of  the bed occupancy in some of  the hospitals at the moment are actually taken by people who are HIV positive." And entire generation of Kenya is dying.It's difficult to find anyone who hasn't been touched.

"Do you have friends that have died?"

"Many,including family members.There are many,I lost my sister,she's a HIV AIDS.I've gotten very close friends of mine,you know,some in hospital right now,you know,terminal cases right now."

 Here, basic health care is out of reach,for many people,AIDS  prevention is just another way to spend money they don't have."You have to make a choice between buying a condom and having a meal or having a drink that's way to not fear of death,so that  you forget your problems that would be."

The Kibera Integrated commuity self-help program offers variety of services to those infected by HIV and AIDS.The group has said  the Kibera records the highest HIV and AIDS prevalence rates in Nairobi.

Today,Jacqueline Dbondo is admistrating tests.This man fears that an intoxicated night with a barmaid would be a death sentence."The gentleman has been feeling unwelll for the last five months,he was having some diarrhea,headache and feeling weak."

Although the adult prevlence of HIV appaears to be decreasing in Kenya,people still test positive  every day,and today is no different."Some people, they still ignore that their education that have given them the condom use .They don't want to listen  that,this is AIDS at all,so it seemed **ignoring." The result, the number of AIDS orphans in Kenya numbers over one million and in Kibera alone they reportedly number 50,000.

This place called NIMborny,It's a home and safe heaven for Kenya's smallest victims of the African AIDS pandemic.Most of these boys and girls come here directly from hospital,abandoned at birth because they were HIV positive.

Previously,2 or 3 children passed away each month.But drug donations have had a huge impact on the death rate here.These children's struggles will last long,but they no longer waiting to die,they are learning to live.

 

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This is Kibera, a slum in Nairobe Kenya, home to about one million people. These children play without a care just as it should be. But their reality is grim. They are all orphans. Half of them because of AIDS.

“In the last 5years, it has gotten worse and will have no more children who are abandoned and who are orphaned as a result of HIV AIDS.”Gorge ** is the international director of SOS children’s in villages in Kenya. They fight AIDS with community outreach education and family strengthen in programs.

“You realize that up to 60 percent the bad occupied in some of our hospitals at the moment are actually taken up by people who are HIV positive.”

 An entire generation of Kenya is dying. It is difficult to find anyone who hasn’t been touched.

----Do you have friends that have died?

 —Many including family members. Very many. I lost my sister who was HIV AIDS. I got very closed friends of mine, you know, some in hospitals right now. Terminal cases right now.”

Here, basic health care is out of reach. For many people, AIDS prevention is just another way to spend money they don’t have. You have to make a choice between buying a condom or having a meal or having a drink that is going to knock dead your ** if you forget your problems that would to be.

The Kibera integrates communities’ self-help programs after a variety of services to those affected by HIV and AIDS. The groups have said that the Keabera records the highest HIV and AIDS prevalent rates in Nairobi.

Today * * is administrating tests. This man fears that intoxicated night with a barmaid will be a death sentence. The gentleman has been feeling unwell for the last 5 months. You are having some diarrhea (腹泻)headache and feeling weak.

Although the * prevalence of HIV appears positive to be decreasing in Kenya, people still test positive everyday. And today it is no different. Some people, they still gnore that their education that would give them the condom use. They don’t want to listen to that these AIDS I want. So it is instinctively but ignoring. The result, the number of infection in Kenya is over one million and Kebera alone, there reported 50,000. This place is called Minnesota. It’s home and safety for Kenya small victims the Africa AIDS pandemic. Most of these boys and girls come here directly from hospital abandoned at birth because they are HIV positive. Previously, two or three children past away each month but drug donations have has a huge impact on the death rate here. These children struggle will be life long but they are no longer waiting to die. They are learning to live.

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This is Kibera, a slum in Nairobi Kenya, home to about 1 million people. These children play without a care, just as it should be, but their reality is grim. They are all orphans, half of them because of AIDS.

 

"In the last five years, it has gotten worse and we have now more children who were abandoned and who were orphaned as a result of HIV/AIDS." George Nyakora was the national director of SOS children's villages in Kenya. They fight AIDS with community outreach, education and family strengthening programs.

 

"You realize that up to 60 percent of the bed occupancy in some of our hospitals at the moment are actually taken up by people who're HIV positive." An entire generation of Kenya is dying; it's difficult to find anyone who hasn't been touched.

 

"Do you have friends that have died?"

 

"Many, including family members, very many, I lost my sister to HIV/AIDS, I've got very close friends of mine, you know, some in hospital right now, you know, terminal cases right now."

 

Here, basic health care is out of reach, for many people, AIDS prevention is just another way to spend money they don't have." You have to make a choice between buying a condom or having a meal or having a drink that's going to knock your death, so that you forget your problems that would be."

 

The Kibera Integrated Community Self-Help Program offers a variety of services to those affected by HIV and AIDS. The group has said that Kibera records the highest HIV and AIDS prevalence rates in Nairobi.

 

Today Jacqueline Dbondo is administrating tests. This man fears / an intoxicated night with a barmaid will be a death sentence. "The gentleman has been feeling unwell for the last five months; he was having some diarrhea, headache and feeling weak."

 

Although the adult prevalence of HIV appears to be decreasing in Kenya, people still test positive every day, and today is no different. "Some people, they still ignore that the education that to give them the condom use. They don't want to listen that, this is AIDS at all, so it seemed that ignorance… but still ignoring. "The result, the number of AIDS orphans in Kenya numbers over 1 million and in Kibera alone they reportedly number 50,000.


This place is called Nimborny, it's a home and safe haven for Kenya's smallest victims of the African AIDS pandemic. Most of these boys and girls come here directly from the hospital, abandoned at birth because they were HIV positive. Previously, two or three children passed away each month, but drug donations have had a huge impact on the death rate here. These children's struggles will be life-long; but they are no longer waiting to die. They are learning to live.

 

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This is Keybera, a slummy in Kenya, home for about 1,000,000 people. These children play without care, just as it should be. But their reality is grim. They are all orphans, half of them because of AIDS.

In the last five years, it’s gotten worse. We have now more children, who are abandoned, who are orphaned as a result of HIV.

Gogero Ara was the national director of SOS children’s villages in Kenya. They fight AIDS with community out reach, education and family struggling programs.

You realize that up to 60% of beds occupying somewhere in hospitals at the moment actually taking up by people with HIV positive.

An entire generation in Guinea is dying; it’s difficult to find anyone who hasn’t been touched.

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Here, basic health care is out of reach. For many people, AIDS prevention is just another way to spend money they don’t have. You have to make a choice between buying a condemn or having a meal or having a drink. It’s go to your diet, you forget your problems they would be.

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The result, the number of AIDS in Kenya numbers over 1 million. And in Kebeara alone, the reported number is 50,000.

This place is called Ninbanina. It’s the home and safe heaven for Kenya’s small victims of the Africa AIDS epidemic. Most of the boys and girls come here directly from the hospital abandoned at birth because of their HIV positive. Previously, two or three children passed away each month, but drug donations had a huge impact on the death rate here. These children’s struggles will be life long, but they are no longer waiting to die, they are learning to live.

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This is Kibera, a slum in Nairobi, Kenya, home to about 1 million people. These children play without a care, just as it should be, but their reality is grim. They are all orphans, half of them because of AIDS. "In the last five years, it has gotten worse and we have now more children who were abandoned and who were orphaned as a result of HIV/AIDS." George Nyakora was the national director of SOS children's villages in Kenya. They fight AIDS with community outreach, education and family strengthening programs. "You realize that up to 60 percent of the bed occupancy in some of our hospitals at the moment are actually taken up by people who're HIV positive." An entire generation of Kenya is dying; it's difficult to find anyone who hasn't been touched. "Do you have friends that have died?" "Many, including family members, very many, I lost my sister to HIV/AIDS, I've got very close friends of mine, you know, some in hospital right now, you know, terminal cases right now." Here, basic health care is out of reach, for many people, AIDS prevention is just another way to spend money they don't have." You have to make a choice between buying a condom or having a meal or having a drink that's going to knock your death, so that you forget your problems that would be." The Kibera Integrated Community Self-Help Program offers a variety of services to those affected by HIV and AIDS. The group has said that Kibera records the highest HIV and AIDS prevalence rates in Nairobi. Today Jacqueline Dbondo is administrating tests. This man fears an intoxicated night with a barmaid will be a death sentence. "The gentleman has been feeling unwell for the last five months; he was having some diarrhea, headache and feeling weak." Although the adult prevalence of HIV appears to be decreasing in Kenya, people still test positive every day, and today is no different. "Some people, they still ignore that their education that to give them the condom use. They don't want to listen that, this is AIDS at all, so it is still the ignorance who are still ignoring." The result, the number of AIDS orphans in Kenya numbers over 1 million and in Kibera alone they reportedly number 50,000. This place is called Nimborny, it's a home and safe haven for Kenya's smallest victims of the African AIDS pandemic. Most of these boys and girls come here directly from a hospital, abandoned at birth because they were HIV positive. Previously, two or three children passed away each month, but drug donations have had a huge impact on the death rate here. These children's struggles will be life-long; but they are no longer waiting to die. They are learning to live.

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This is Kibera,a slum in Nairobi Kenya,home to about 1 million people.These children play without care,just as they should be,but their reality is grim.They are all orphans,half of them because of AIDS. "In the last five years,it has gotten worse and we have now more children who had abandoned and who had orphaned as a result to HIV AIDS."George Nyakora was the national director of SOS children's villages in Kenya.They fight AIDS with community outreach education and family strengthening programs. "You realize that up to 60 percent of the bad occupancy in some of the hospitals and the moments are actually taken up by people what HIV positive."And the entire generation of kenyan is dying,it's difficult to find anyone who hasn't been touched. "Do you have friends that have died?" "Many,including family members,there are many,I lost my sister,which is HIV AIDS,I've got very close friends of mine,you know,some in hospital right now,you know,terminal cases right now." Here,basic health care is out of reach,for many people,AIDS prevention is just another way to spend money they don't have."You have to make a choice between buying a condemn or having a meal or having a drink that's way to knock clear out death that's you forget your probables would be." The Kibera Integrated Community Self-Help Program offers a variety of services to those infected by HIV and AIDS.The group has said the Kibera records the highest HIV and AIDS prevalence rates in Nairobi.Today Jacqueline Dbondo is administrating tests.This man feels an intoxicated night with a barmaid will be a death sentence."The gentleman has been feeling unwell for the last five months,he was having some *,headache and feeling weak." Although the adult prevalence of HIV appears to be decreasing in Kenya,people still test positive every day,and today is no different."Some people * ignored that their * give them the condemn use.They don't want to listen their aids are don't,so it seemed that ...ignoring."The result,the number of AIDS orphans in Kenya numbers over 1 million and Kibera alone their reportedly number 50,000. This place is called Nimborny,it's a home and safe caven for Kenya smallest victims of the African AIDS *.Most of these boys and girls come here directly from the hospital,abandoned their birth because of their HIV positive.Previously,two or three children passed away each month,but drug donations have had a huge impact on the death rate here.These children's stuggles will be life long,but they are no longer waiting to die.They are learning to live.
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This is Kibera, a slum in Nairobi Kenya, home to about 1 million people. These children play without / care, just as it should be, but their reality is grim. They are all orphans, half of them because of AIDS. "In the last five years, it has gotten worse and we have now more children who were abandoned and who were orphaned as a result of HIV AIDS." George Nyakora was the national director of SOS children's villages in Kenya. They fight AIDS with community outreach education and family strengthening programs. "You realize that up to 60 percent of the bed occupancy in some of our hospitals at the moment are actually taken up by people who're HIV positive." an entire generation of Kenya is dying; it's difficult to find anyone who hasn't been touched. "Do you have friends that have died?" "Many, including family members, very many, I lost my sister, she was a HIV AIDS, I've got very close friends of mine, you know, some in hospital right now, you know, terminal cases right now." Here, basic health care is out of reach, for many people, AIDS prevention is just another way to spend money they don't have." You have to make a choice between buying a condom or having a meal or having a drink that's going to knock your death, so that you forget your problems that would be." The Kibera Integrated Community Self-Help Program offers a variety of services to those affected by HIV and AIDS. The group has said the Kibera records the highest HIV and AIDS crate in Nairobi. Today Jacqueline Dbondo is administrating tests. This man fears that an intoxicated night with a barmaid will be a death sentence. "The gentleman has been feeling unwell for the last five months; he was having some diarrhea, headache and feeling weak." Although the adult prevalence of HIV appears to be decreasing in Kenya, people still test positive every day, and today is no different. "Some people, they still ignore that the education that would give them the condem use. They don't want to listen that, this is AIDS at all, so it seemed that… but still ignoring. "The result, the number of AIDS orphans in Kenya numbers over 1 million and in Kibera alone they reportedly number 50,000. This place is called Nimborny, it's a home and safe heaven for Kenya's smallest victims of the African AIDS pandemic. Most of these boys and girls come here directly from the hospital, abandoned at birth because they were HIV positive. Previously, two or three children passed away each month, but drug donations have had a huge impact on the death rate here. These children's struggles will be life-long; but they are no longer waiting to die. They are learning to live.
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This is Kibera, a slum in Nairobi, Kenya, home to about one million people. These children play without a care, just as it should be, but their reality is grim. They are all orphans, half of them because of AIDS.

“In the last five years, it’s gotten worse, and we have now more children who were abandoned and who were orphaned as a result of HIV AIDS.”

George Nyakora was the national director of SOS Children’s villages in Kenya. They fight AIDS with community outreach, education and family strengthening programs.

“You realize that up to 60% of the bed occupancy in our hospitals at the moment are actually taken by people with HIV positive.”

An entire generation of Kenyans is dying. It’s difficult to find anyone who hasn’t been touched.

“Do you have friends that have died?”

“Many, including family members, very many. I lost my sister to HIV AIDS. I’ve got very close friends of mine, you know, some in hospital right now, you know, terminal cases right now.”

Here basic health care is out of rage. For many people, AIDS prevention is just another way to spend money they don’t have.

“You have to make a choice, between buying a condom or having a meal, or having a drink that’s going to knock your death, so that you forget your problems that would be.”

The Kibera integrated Community Self-help Program offers a variety of services to those affected by HIV and AIDS. The group has said that Kibera records the highest HIV and AIDS prevalence rates in Nairobi.

Today Jacqueline Dbondo is administrating tests. This man fears an intoxicated night with a barmaid will be a death sentence.

“The gentleman has been feeling unwell for the last five months. He was having some diarrhea, headache and feeling weak.”

Although the adult prevalence of HIV appears to be decreasing in Kenya, people still test positive everyday. And today is no different.

“Some people they still ignore that, the education that to give them the condom use. They don’t want to listen that there is AIDS X. So it is still the ignorance. They are still ignoring.”

The result, the number of AIDS orphans in Kenya numbers over one million. And in Kibera alone, they reportedly number 50,000.

This place is called Nimborny. It’s a home and safe heaven for Kenya’s smallest victims of the African AIDS pandemic. Most of these boys and girls come here directly from a hospital, abandoned at birth because they were HIV positive. Previously two or three children passed away each month, but drug donations have had a huge impact on the death rate here.

These children’s struggles will be life long. But they are no longer waiting to die, they are learning to live.
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