Kenya Video project

THE INITIAL DREAM of a handful of Indiana University and Moi University (Kenya) doctors is now shared by thousands around the globe. For nearly 20 years, more than 1,000 Kenyans and Americans have practiced medicine, trained together and conducted valuable research side by side. In this film clip by Michael Jensen, learn more about how this dream is creating change in western Kenya, giving hope to hundreds of thousands of Kenyans living with HIV/AIDS, TB and poverty. Click here to view (7:00).  

The AMPATH Orphan and Vulnerable Children program has served over 1,200 children in the past two years.  AMPATH’s newest initiative is to stem the growing number of orphans in Kenya –- now at 2 million -- with house-by-house testing of men and women for HIV/AIDS to prevent the spread of the virus. Learn more about the OVC program in this film clip by Michael Jensen Productions. (2:30)  

The full 18 minute film by Michael Jensen Productions includes more stories about the Kenyans who have benefited from the partnership between the IU School of Medicine and

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