Pepo La TumainiPepo La Tumaini is a unique community based organisation, providing options for children heading households and families affected by HIV. Since its humble beginnings in 1994, the programme has grown and established itself as the only humanitarian initiative in Isiolo to offer non – discriminatory health care and primary education to those most in need. Every year brings incredible changes and achievements that make real differences to the adults and children that we work with. Pepo La Tumaini has become a centre of preparedness for Isiolo, empowering the poorest communities to become the leaders of their own future.

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Alongside our Mama Tumaini Health Clinic, we operate out of nine community centre points in urban and very rural traditional communities, reaching 7,500 people plus a further 3,000+ local youth each year. We train and empower a network of 45 Community Health Worker Volunteers and Home Based Carers to educate, counsel and monitor sick patients at household level. Between them they are currently taking care of 76 sick patients with HIV in their homes. They also help to make referrals, and inform us of emerging needs and challenges at community level. Without their dedication and your support, our work is impossible! #WorldAIDSDay #endpandemics #endinequalities #EndAIDS ... See MoreSee Less

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For this year's World Aids Day we are working with our centre point communities in their villages to provide platforms of opportunity for the major challenges they are now facing from the impact of COVID. We are working with the groups to prioritise their own needs in their community, such as Campi Ya Juu who are holding a cultural day to address conflict and promote peace. #diversity #healthrights #equality #WorldAIDSDay
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In the run up to this year's World Aids Day on 1st December we are celebrating the efforts of our community health outreach programme to empower marginalised groups of women and young people living with HIV, to advocate for their rights and amplify their voice to initiate change. Every year we spend $25,000 facilitating HIV support services for affected children and families unable to afford and access equitable healthcare services. This year we have engaged over 3000 people across different cultural groups rural and urban, infected and affected by HIV in campaigning against treatment shortages and tackling the fear around accessing services at the hospital. #WorldAIDSDay #endpandemics #EndAIDS #endinequalities ... See MoreSee Less

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Pepo La Tumaini Jangwani has been a keystone of the community in Isiolo for over 25 years. During this time PLTJ has developed our community-led approach, responding to changing needs and prioritising marginalised communities, including pastoralist and nomadic tribes. #community #Nomadictribes #25years #change ... See MoreSee Less

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We rehabilitate and educate children from disadvantaged backgrounds by running a fully supported education programme without school fees. It comprises of an Early Childhood Development Centre (ECD), a Lower Primary School and a bespoke boarding school for children from child-headed households/ living on the streets. We are currently launching our new vocational training centre to meet the needs of young people who through circumstance are left out of education and employment opportunities. #children #childhood #education #centre #development #school #training ... See MoreSee Less

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16 Connaught Place, London, W2 2ED. Pepo La Tumaini is a company limited
by guarantee in England (No. 9515118) and a charity registered in England and Wales (No. 1161928).
Registered office: Greytown House, 221-227 High Street, Orpington, Kent, BR6 0NZ

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