Basecamp Foundation

Care

“HIV & AIDs is the new Maasai lion”.  Our Care Program endeavours to reduce the rate of HIV/AIDs infection and to support healthier living for those infected in Koiyaki Division in the Masai Mara area. Additionally we strive to provide clean water and improve access to medical facilities and information in order to improve general community health. The objective of the Care Program is to make affordable health care service accessible to members of these communities.

Our care program works through these projects:

  • Workplace HIV policy
  • Health information
  • Nutritional supplements for HIV/AIDS patients
  • Construction of health facilities
  • Support to health facilities
  • Provision of clean water through boreholes

So far, we have been able to record these achievements

  • An active workplace program at Basecamp Foundation
  • Health information outreach program reaches 4,000 people annually
  • One new clinic at was constructed Olesere to ease pressure on Talek and to improve health services access to more than 2,000 people
  • Our Voluntary counselling and testing at market places initiative has served 202 people in 2011
  • Moonlight and door to door counselling
  • Nutritional supplements project for 5 people living with Aids (PLWAs)

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