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AIDS 2020 Virtual Conference kicks off!

July 05, 2020
FACES will be presenting on retention in care, assisted partner notification services, differentiated care, and HIV positive pregnant women and viralogic failure risk factors. 

FACES Newsletter

March 26, 2020
Our latest FACES newsletter is out! Please read about our COVID-19 response and feature stories on adolescent health including Clinton's story, a 21-year old, who has been on ART his entire life.   https://mailchi.mp/d1f51cac5207/faces-newsletter-april-2020

UNAIDS: HIV and COVID-19

March 24, 2020
https://www.unaids.org/en/20200317_covid19_hiv

Stay safe & clinics are open

March 20, 2020
Given the rapidly changing environment around COVID-19, we want to let you know that FACES is continuing to work closely the County MOH to provide HIV care and treatment services. Clinics are open and seeing patients. To keep patients safe and help reduce the spread of the COVID-19 we are screening...

Case managers helping patients navigator the tough times

March 13, 2020
FACES case managers help patients navigate through the tough times. This recent case manager training brought staff together to build and share skills in managing patients with complicated health issues for improved viral load suppression and retention.

Adolescent Peer Lead Training

March 13, 2020
Fifteen adolescent peer leads, eight identification and retention assistants, and eight clinicians gathered for psychosocial, adolescent transition, and differentiated care training in Kisumu. Providing adolescents and young adults in care with the knowledge, support, and services they need to lead...

Transform lives on this #GivingTuesday

December 02, 2019
Transform lives on this #GivingTuesday. Click here to donate now. 

Uniting against HIV/AIDS

December 01, 2019

Empowering adolescent peer leads

September 26, 2019
Support from peers is critical to delivering adolescent and youth friendly health services. On September 24th, adolescent peer leads from 8 adolescent centers met to share best practices, skill build on psycho social support, and to strategize on ways to further enhance services and outcomes.

Turning the tide on HIV through novel program and research initiatives in Kisumu County.

September 11, 2019
Our esteemed FACES Director, Dr. Francesca Odhiambo, visiting UCSF Mission Bay from Kenya, presented on the impactful work underway to surpass 90.90.90 and end childhood HIV.

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