Brown Journal of World Affairs. Spring/Summer2016, Vol. 22 Issue 2, p25-38. 14p.
PUBLIC health, HIV infections, THERAPEUTICS, AIDS in adolescence, HIV prevention, and NONPROFIT organizations
The article discusses a study on theological, public health and sociological issues related to the provision of human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) treatment, protection and support for adolescents by faith-based organizations (FBOs). Topics include Nairobi, Kenya adolescent health and HIV prevention programs by Kenyan FBOs and Kenyan non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Conclusions indicated that FBOs are not well equipped in addressing various challenges due to conflicting moral views.