Living Positive Kenya

About Living Positive Kenya

Living Positive Kenya was established by champion Mary Wanderi to assist underprivileged women, orphans, and their families through HIV AIDS counselling, health education, economic empowerment, and community assimilation and integration. The program helps HIV-positive women escape rejection and poverty through teaching them how to create sustainable livelihoods. The Women’s Economic Empowerment Program (WEEP) teaches the women skills such as tailoring and mat-making and how they can use those skills to develop a business plan. The women gradually become more financially independent until their businesses are fully financially-independent and sustainable.

To help fund their programs, Living Positive Kenya operates an agricultural micro-enterprise that harvests fish, vegetables, and poultry. Your donation will help fund an aquaponics system, a symbiotic system that produces both tilapia and vegetables, which will allow Living Positive to continue operating its life-saving programs.



Living Positive Kenya

About Living Positive Kenya

Living Positive Kenya was established by champion Mary Wanderi to assist underprivileged women, orphans, and their families through HIV AIDS counselling, health education, economic empowerment, and community assimilation and integration. The program helps HIV-positive women escape rejection and poverty through teaching them how to create sustainable livelihoods. The Women’s Economic Empowerment Program (WEEP) teaches the women skills such as tailoring and mat-making and how they can use those skills to develop a business plan. The women gradually become more financially independent until their businesses are fully financially-independent and sustainable.

To help fund their programs, Living Positive Kenya operates an agricultural micro-enterprise that harvests fish, vegetables, and poultry. Your donation will help fund an aquaponics system, a symbiotic system that produces both tilapia and vegetables, which will allow Living Positive to continue operating its life-saving programs.