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Learning that you are HIV positive can be the most difficult experience one can go through in life.  You may get scared, angry or even sad but that is all normal as it is a way of coping with something that can be life-changing.

Being HIV positive does not stop one from living a normal happy life, especially if one follows the treatment regimen prescribed by the doctor. This is a life experience of Janet*, a female sex worker operating in Nairobi.

“At one time I got very sick and could not leave the house. My neighbors used to talk behind my back saying that I will die until one brave woman approached me and told me to go to the hospital,” Reckons 40-year-old Janet*.

Dressed in a red sweater, a short black skirt and lip glossed lips, Janet explains that when she got to the hospital the doctor advised her to get an HIV test which she voluntarily agreed.

“Here is where the truth that I was running away from became a reality. The test confirmed that I was HIV positive and I was suffering from Herpes zoster,” she says with her eyes filled with tears.

At this point, she saw the whole world crumbling down, shock, fear, and gloom flooded her in rapid succession consequently burying herself into alcoholism.

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A total of 221 adolescents girls and young women were reached with HIV prevention messages at BHESP’s exhibition at the Colour Purple concert at Uhuru Gardens.

The event that was graced by Nairobi’s first lady Primrose Mbuvi and Ugandan businesswoman Zari Hassan saw 167 young people receiving HIV testing services while 12 received Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis {PrEP}.

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