Nutrition-based businesses power lives of HIV-positive Women and Youth

It’s midday in Kibera and on the sides the winding dirt passage ways in the informal settlement , a group of residents stand around two charcoal stoves with large cooking pots (sufurias) of steaming githeri (boiled mixture of beans and maize) and beans stew.

Artisans double earnings as project opens up market opportunities

Kibera, which is one of the largest urban slums in East and Central Africa, has a large population of youth and a high unemployment rate, which contributes to drug and alcohol abuse, prostitution and crime.

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