ORPHANAGE AND CLINIC
Founded in 2008, New Hope Orphanage and Clinic provides healthcare, education and housing to HIV affected children and the greater community. New Hope, under the guidance of A.I.N.A. (The Italian Association of Nomads of Love), is home to over 100 HIV positive children. In partnership with the non-profit organization DREAM, New Hope provides outpatient care to residents and over 300 individuals in the local community. A.I.N.A.-Paolo Academy, New Hope’s primary school, serves our children and an additional 150 students from the community.
Working in collaboration with A.I.N.A. and DREAM, March to the Top provides financial and operational support to New Hope. Since 2008 we have assisted in the growth and development of New Hope. As the second largest such home for HIV affected children in Kenya, we seek to empower youth with the knowledge, skill sets and medical care necessary to become happy, healthy, productive members of their communities.
WHY IT MATTERS
Every year an average of 89,000 adults and about 11,000 children are infected by HIV in Kenya. Many HIV affected children have been abandoned by their families and communities and have nowhere else to go. In serving both these children and the community, New Hope continues to reduce the stigma associated with HIV/AIDS while providing a safe and productive environment for these deserving kids.
“I took my children to visit the New Hope Orphanage in Kenya and it touched our hearts. March to the Top does incredible work, with love and transparency.”
– Brian Grazer
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