KITUI ASSOCIATION FOR HIV/AIDS (KAHA)

About us

Who Are We?

Kitui Association for HIV/AIDs (KAHA) is an organization within the family of Disability Discovery Association of Kenya (DDAK). It is a community based organization established in 2012. KAHA is hosted within DDAK offices. The vision is to attain the ultimate dignified and timely responses to the plight of persons living and affected by HIV/AIDs in Kitui County. The mission is to identify the persons living and affected by HIV/AIDS, enhance solidarity, cultivate unity and purpose in improved lifestyles, promote care for one another and those who are not living or affected by HIV/AIDS and improve participation in nation building from the lowest level upwards. It is envisaged that this shall be possible only through letting the persons living/affected by HIV/AIDS form a unity of purpose; s ensitize them around social and economic improvement towards self-sustenance; networking with similar organizations, government agencies/departments and friends; and resources mobilization to facilitate the Association’s mission.

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Our Mission

Concern about Our Mission

Identify the persons living and affected by HIV/AIDS, Enhance solidarity, Cultivate unity and purpose in improved lifestyles, Promote care for one another and those who are not living or affected by HIV/AIDS and improve participation in nation building from the lowest level upwards.

Ultimate dignified and timely responses to the plight of persons living and affected by HIV/AIDs in Kitui County.

Sharing in life for better results

KAHA is not a political organization

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Guiding Philosophy

A hope in creating and owning wealth is God’s gift to men and women of all themes and character. It is a concentric variable within the continuum of the calling to live life! It is oriented within practices of goal and objective to subdue barriers to one’s full expression in life.


Our Strategy

1.-Letting the persons living/affected by HIV/AIDS form a unity of purpose.

2.–Sensitizing for awareness and knowledge around social and economic improvement towards self-sustenance.

3.–Networking with similar organizations, government agencies/departments and friends.

4.–Resources mobilization to facilitate the Association’s mission.