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Kibaki to Launch Ministry Campaign Against HIV/Aids

Sunday Nation Reporter
Nairobi

President Mwai Kibaki will today launch a major HIV/Aids campaign.

The campaign, dubbed Total War on HIV/Aids and spearheaded by the Ministry of Health, aims at influencing Kenyans to change their sexual behaviour. It targets religious organisations, the youth, people in the transport industry and teachers.

The launch today heralds five days of conferences by religious organisations in the country.

The conferences, from tomorrow up to Friday, will draw 500 participants involved in the fight against HIV/Aids. More than two million people have died from Aids in Kenya since it was first diagnosed two decade ago.

 

The campaign starts tomorrow with a conference by the Kenya Catholic Secretariat in Karen. The Anglicans will have theirs on Tuesday at the Limuru Conference Centre and the Methodists at the Methodist Guest House on Wednesday.

The Supreme Council of Kenya Muslims will have a seminar at Bounty Hotel on Thursday and the Presbyterian Church of East Africa will have theirs at their Lay Training Centre at Zambezi.