The number of HIV infections across the world in recent years has drastically reduced but in Kenya the infection rate among girls between the age of 15-24 years, is on the rise.
Betty Adera, Chief of Party at Global Communities in charge of a program called DREAMS- whose objective is to help reduce the number of HIV infections in Kenya, attributes the rise in HIV infections, largely to Gender Based violence – GBV.
Gladys Gachanja spoke to Betty about her journey as a GBV survivor and how she is now helping young girls speak up against it, in this week’s Women and Power.
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