In one of the most remote places on the planet, you’ll find a small clinic with cutting-edge technology for treating HIV/AIDS and other ailments. The Tumaini Medical Center was built in Marsabit, northern Kenya–a region also known in Kenya as the Northern Forgotten District–in 2009.
It was the product of a unique collaboration between Blood:Water Mission, the band Jars of Clay, theUniversity of Washington, the Anglican Church of Kenya, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control, USAID, and Food for the Hungry.
In the past two years, physical lives have been spared, and people have discovered their ability to “live positively” with the disease, “without any stress and without any fear.”
Enjoy this video created by our friends at Blood:Water Mission!
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