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Women Fighting AIDS in Kenya (WOFAK) is an NGO founded in August 1993 by a group of women, the majority of whom are HIV positive. WOFAK targets women, who are particularly vulnerable to infection, in the following three regions: Homa Bay (South Nyanza), Kayole in the Eastlands of Nairobi, and Nairobi City Center.
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  • WOFAK carried out training for peer educators under the Afya Jijini program from the 7th of February to 9th February 2018. The peer educators were from 22 government health facilities. The training was in order to conduct refresher training and for the peer educators to be introduced to WOFAK. The main objectives of the three day training were to: familiarize peer educators to WOFAK, make them aware of their roles under WOFAK, and to ensure that the peer educators know and understand the correct tools to use in the facilities. The focus of the first day of training was mainly to familiarize the peer educators to WOFAK and to explain to them their new roles Read more…

  • WOFAK would like to welcome Ludfine Anyango Bunde to the UNAIDS family as the Community Mobilization and Networking Adviser. Ludfine has worked closely with WOFAK having began her career in the AIDS movement as a WOFAK volunteer at Kayole slums, Nairobi, Kenya. She was part of the first support group by and for women living with HIV. Ludfine has 19 years of experience in HIV advocacy, policy and programming and related partnership building. She has extensive expertise in building alliances with civil society organizations (CSOs), including networks of people living with HIV (PLHIV) and key populations, for engagement, consensus building, and capacity development. This is demonstrated by the leadership, she provided in 2009, to revitalize Read more…