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Mobilizing AIDS Widows and Orphans of Kasavai, Kenya toward Self-sufficiency through HIV/AIDS Awareness, Prevention, and Management, Small Business Enterprise, Education, and Nutrition... and Clean Water

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The Widows
Since its inception in early 2006, CLOUT Cares has directly assisted many "Watafutaji"  HIV/AIDS  widows of Kasavai in their quest for self-sufficiency.  The Watafutaji widows group has remained at about 50 women, with some occasionally leaving due to remarriage, non-participation, or death.  Others enter the group along the way, keeping the group around the same size.  We were saddened by the death of two widows (Mary Mugalu and Fridah) due to complications of AIDS in 2012.  Fortunately, none died in 2013 or 2014.  The brief bios that follow were current as of 2015.
The Watafutaji widows invited five new widows to join their ranks in January 2011, bringing their number to 47. The Watafutaji benefit from their fresh ideas, energy, and camraderie. Among them was Rose, our play school Head Teacher. She was at death's door when she joined the group but is now getting treatment and is doing well both physically and socially.
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