The National Empowerment Network of People living with HIV/AIDS in Kenya (NEPHAK) is a national network that unites people living with HIV (PLHIV) and those affected by TB and AIDS through community based organizations such as post-test clubs, support groups, men’s associations, carers associations, women groups, youth groups and non -governmental organizations including PLHIV networks. NEPHAK works in partnership with relevant government of Kenya institutions and structures.
I can say we have come of age. Thank you for the continuous good work that you are doing.
Contrary to popular opinion, or otherwise presumed, I personally would want GALCK to get back on its feet. Albeit, with greater community participation, accountability and honesty. However, the ball now lies with the different groups, within and without GALCK, including indigenous donors, whose own financial skeletons are crying to high Heaven. Take This into account. We are watching. Deign that your efforts to get a good GM/ED are fruitful. Now, what can one buy with 25M? Wait, one can build a residential plot in Roysambu.
In the year 2012, GALCK went through its most trying period. It experienced a multitude of programmatic and administrative changes and was faced with numerous financial upheavals and allegations of malpractice. During the General Meeting Process in the same year, the constituents of GALCK made it clear that an overall evaluation and re-organizing was in order. The recommended processes were initiated by the Transitioning Team from September – December 2012, and taken forward by the GALCK Reloaded Taskforce (GRT) from January 2013 to date.