How access to antiretrovirals is building the future by Dr. Rachel Musoke, paediatrician in Nyumbani

 


From a predictable end to a new beginning – how access to antiretrovirals is building the future.

Dr. Rachel Musoke is a paediatrician who, for the last 15 years, has devoted her care to Nyumbani Children’s Home, a refuge for children living with HIV in Kenya. From an inevitable death to a life full of dreams, Dr. Musoke explains how the slow but real access to HIV treatment made a vital difference to the children of Nyumbani, and how she works with these young people, so they grow into responsible adults.

15 April 2021

 


From a predictable end to a new beginning – how access to antiretrovirals is building the future.

Dr. Rachel Musoke is a paediatrician who, for the last 15 years, has devoted her care to Nyumbani Children’s Home, a refuge for children living with HIV in Kenya. From an inevitable death to a life full of dreams, Dr. Musoke explains how the slow but real access to HIV treatment made a vital difference to the children of Nyumbani, and how she works with these young people, so they grow into responsible adults.

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