Sister Emmah Karanja. Tackling HIV/AIDS at community level

Posted on August 31, 2007. Filed under: All Entries, Kenya, Popular Magazines, Religion, Women |

Karanja, Emmah. “Sister Emmah Karanja. Tackling HIV/AIDS at community level” Interview by Mwaura Muigana. Parents, no. 247 (January 2007):30-32.

Sister Karanja is a Catholic nun, also a nurse, who promotes HIV / AIDS awareness, training of community health workers, and providing vocational training for HIV / AIDS orphans. She works in the Thika area. 

Parents is a monthly magazine published by Stellan Consult Ltd. in Nairobi, Kenya.


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