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HIV/AIDS was declared a national disaster in Kenya in November 1999. This presided rising concern by the communities of Nyahururu and its environs on the increased cases of HIV infections, deaths and stigma against those infected and affected by HIV/AIDS. The reality of the devastating effects of HIV/AIDS necessitated introduction of HIV/AIDS intervention to mitigate its negative effects and cub its spread. This led to the birth of the Community Programme for HIV, Alcohol and Drugs Abuse (CPHAADA) in the year 1999 that in 2012 changed to the Community Programme for Addiction and HIV (CPAHIV) to incorporate alcohol and drug abuse interventions. Later in the year 2018 the programme started a pilot Mental Health project to respond to the needs of the people living with mental health illnesses.





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International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking 2018

IMG 1278June 26 marks the International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking as established in 1987 by the United Nations General Assembly, this day serves as a reminder of the goal agreed to of creating an international society free of drug abuse.

This year’s theme was ‘Listen First - Listening to children and youth is the first step to help them grow healthy and safe’. St. Martin CSA and the Community Programme for Addiction and HIV (CPAHIV) department celebrated this event at Karuga center, Igwamiti Ward, Laikipia with the First Lady Laikipia County HE. Maria Mbeneka, Deputy County Commissioner, officers from across the county, OCPD, NACADA, Recovery Tracks Center, Nyahururu Business Community among other members of the public.IMG 1291

The 2018 anti-drugs campaign targets teenagers, young adults, men and bar owners, a group that is particularly vulnerable to drug abuse and distribution. At this age, peer pressure to try illicit drugs can be strong and self-esteem is often low. Moreover, those who take drugs tend to be either misinformed or insufficiently aware about the health risks involved.

IMG 1500St. Martin’s CPAHIV Department took this opportunity to create awareness and enlighten the people of the various challenges faced by drug users through speeches and testimonials from some of the recovering addicts.

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