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Reaching out to communities,
     one life at a time.
JIFAHAMU KENYA FOUNDATION

     COMBINATION PROFILE
JIFAHAMU KENYA FOUNDATION

     COMBINATION PROFILE
These people are
  infected and
  desperate for
      help.
Muthoni is the JKF
 coordinator in the
Embu area. She is a
 strong community
 worker and needs
      $6 a day.
Rhoda, an elderly
woman, is infected
and earns her living
    by weaving
  handicrafts. She
 needs $180 to buy
  more mate...
Linda Mutenderi
has lost all of her
  family to HIV.
    Now her
   grandson is
infected as well.
Mrs. Kirimi
needs $4 a day
for medication
   and food.
Kabaraga needs
 $4 per day for
   support.
These women
 living with AIDS
 are among those
     helped by
  Jifahamu. They
need your help to
invest in business
      ...
Alerato Muteka
is living with HIV
 and needs help
     paying for
    medication.
Larieta is infected
by HIV and needs
  $3 per day for
     support.
Infected women
 at a counseling
     session.
Beatrice tells
    of her
  experience
with HIV/AIDS
 as a mother.
Loice is a
  community care
giver who supports
  women infected
   with HIV/AIDS.
Muthoni speaks
to members of
     JKF.
An elder speaks
 before being
    tested.
Tarana has been
infected with HIV
  for five years.
Charles lives
     with HIV.
He needs $3 a day
 for support and
       care.
Mrs. Aruka and
her daughter are
  infected with
HIV. Jifahamu is
 their only hope
        for
medicine, food, a
   nd supp...
Alloyce and his
  wife are both
infected. JKF has
  helped them
open a beverage
      shop.
With JKF’s
  support, this
infected couple
 has opened a
    business.
These women are
  infected with
HIV/AIDS, but JKF
gives them hope.
Agnes and Nduru
  are infected
   and need
 your support.
Mushili is
infected and JKF
 has helped her
 open a beauty
      shop.
JKF can reach out
to communities
with your help.
Pledge a monthly
donation through
STAP to help this
woman, or any of
   the affected
people Jifahamu
    supports.
Isac gives a school
  uniform to Sarah.
  She has lost both
 parents, and needs
   $3 per day for
food, education and
    ...
Chi
 Diana receives
    her school
  uniform. Her
parents have died
of HIV/AIDS. She
needs $2 per day
   for support.
Lucy is infected
with HIV. She has
  also lost both
parents, and now
  lives with her
  grandmother.
They need $4 per
    ...
Ruth was
 abandoned and
has never known
her parents; she
lives with a care
  giver. She was
 diagnosed with
HIV and needs ...
Desperate
  orphans with
HIV/AIDS waiting
   for help in
    Amagoro.
Sad children in
 need of your
     help.
Juma has little
 hope after losing
  his parents. He
    lives with a
    caregiver in
   Emuhaya. He
 needs $1 per day
fo...
Little Kuya is an
 HIV/AIDS orphan.
    Both parents
committed suicide
 after discovering
  that they were
infected. He ne...
Opuya has lost
both parents this
   year to HIV.
Opuya lives with
 a caregiver and
needs $3 per day
   for support.
This is Tina, who is
   infected with
  HIV/AIDS. She
 needs $2 per day
         for
food, medication,
  and education.
Zila is HIV
positive and lives
in Esaalu. He has
 no parents and
needs $4 per day
   for care and
     support.
Otieno is an
HIV/AIDS orphan.
He needs $1 a day
  for food and
   education.
Melisa was
 thrown away by
her parents after
they learned that
    they were
  infected. She
needs $4 per day
    to survi...
Agwela and Agie
 are sisters who
lost their single
  mom to HIV.
 Together they
need $5 per day.
Isac gives hope to
 Jack and Ismael,
     HIV/AIDS
     orphans.
They need hope.
Many children live
  in abandoned
  homes. Their
parents have died
     from HIV.
We can salvage
this generation.
You can partner with the
       Jifahamu Kenya
Foundation through STAP,
  to give hope to children
who have lost parents t...
“It takes one man to spot an elephant but
it takes men to bring it down, so even
though we’ve spotted it, without your hel...
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The Southern Tier AIDS Program held a World AIDS Day event to benefit Jifahamu Kenya Foundation. This was the slide show presentation created for the event.

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  1. 1. Reaching out to communities, one life at a time.
  2. 2. JIFAHAMU KENYA FOUNDATION COMBINATION PROFILE
  3. 3. JIFAHAMU KENYA FOUNDATION COMBINATION PROFILE
  4. 4. These people are infected and desperate for help.
  5. 5. Muthoni is the JKF coordinator in the Embu area. She is a strong community worker and needs $6 a day.
  6. 6. Rhoda, an elderly woman, is infected and earns her living by weaving handicrafts. She needs $180 to buy more materials.
  7. 7. Linda Mutenderi has lost all of her family to HIV. Now her grandson is infected as well.
  8. 8. Mrs. Kirimi needs $4 a day for medication and food.
  9. 9. Kabaraga needs $4 per day for support.
  10. 10. These women living with AIDS are among those helped by Jifahamu. They need your help to invest in business ventures.
  11. 11. Alerato Muteka is living with HIV and needs help paying for medication.
  12. 12. Larieta is infected by HIV and needs $3 per day for support.
  13. 13. Infected women at a counseling session.
  14. 14. Beatrice tells of her experience with HIV/AIDS as a mother.
  15. 15. Loice is a community care giver who supports women infected with HIV/AIDS.
  16. 16. Muthoni speaks to members of JKF.
  17. 17. An elder speaks before being tested.
  18. 18. Tarana has been infected with HIV for five years.
  19. 19. Charles lives with HIV. He needs $3 a day for support and care.
  20. 20. Mrs. Aruka and her daughter are infected with HIV. Jifahamu is their only hope for medicine, food, a nd support.
  21. 21. Alloyce and his wife are both infected. JKF has helped them open a beverage shop.
  22. 22. With JKF’s support, this infected couple has opened a business.
  23. 23. These women are infected with HIV/AIDS, but JKF gives them hope.
  24. 24. Agnes and Nduru are infected and need your support.
  25. 25. Mushili is infected and JKF has helped her open a beauty shop.
  26. 26. JKF can reach out to communities with your help.
  27. 27. Pledge a monthly donation through STAP to help this woman, or any of the affected people Jifahamu supports.
  28. 28. Isac gives a school uniform to Sarah. She has lost both parents, and needs $3 per day for food, education and shelter.
  29. 29. Chi Diana receives her school uniform. Her parents have died of HIV/AIDS. She needs $2 per day for support.
  30. 30. Lucy is infected with HIV. She has also lost both parents, and now lives with her grandmother. They need $4 per day.
  31. 31. Ruth was abandoned and has never known her parents; she lives with a care giver. She was diagnosed with HIV and needs $5 per day for care.
  32. 32. Desperate orphans with HIV/AIDS waiting for help in Amagoro.
  33. 33. Sad children in need of your help.
  34. 34. Juma has little hope after losing his parents. He lives with a caregiver in Emuhaya. He needs $1 per day for care and food.
  35. 35. Little Kuya is an HIV/AIDS orphan. Both parents committed suicide after discovering that they were infected. He needs $4 per day.
  36. 36. Opuya has lost both parents this year to HIV. Opuya lives with a caregiver and needs $3 per day for support.
  37. 37. This is Tina, who is infected with HIV/AIDS. She needs $2 per day for food, medication, and education.
  38. 38. Zila is HIV positive and lives in Esaalu. He has no parents and needs $4 per day for care and support.
  39. 39. Otieno is an HIV/AIDS orphan. He needs $1 a day for food and education.
  40. 40. Melisa was thrown away by her parents after they learned that they were infected. She needs $4 per day to survive.
  41. 41. Agwela and Agie are sisters who lost their single mom to HIV. Together they need $5 per day.
  42. 42. Isac gives hope to Jack and Ismael, HIV/AIDS orphans.
  43. 43. They need hope.
  44. 44. Many children live in abandoned homes. Their parents have died from HIV.
  45. 45. We can salvage this generation.
  46. 46. You can partner with the Jifahamu Kenya Foundation through STAP, to give hope to children who have lost parents to HIV/AIDS. We appreciate this partnership because you have become a voice for African children. Ask for a child's name and details, and we will send you the information. We have many children who need your help.
  47. 47. “It takes one man to spot an elephant but it takes men to bring it down, so even though we’ve spotted it, without your help there is nothing we can do. Jifahamu Kenya Foundation strives to combat HIV/AIDS in Kenya one step at a time by the year 2030, and with your help it is possible. May the good Lord bless you all for being a voice to the voiceless.” -Isac Odinga Founder, Jifahamu Kenya Foundation
  48. 48. A PRODUCTION © 2009 ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
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