Keeping the promise
for children living with HIV

Ripples International’s HIV interventions came to be in response to the devastating effects of the HIV pandemic and this has continued to be one of the main programs since 2003. Over 9,000 children and guardians have been reached directly and indirectly through diverse HIV initiatives.

Your support has helped salvage lives that were once hopeless but now living in great optimism facing the future with confidence. Children who were once toddlers condemned to die at age 5 are now teenagers, and teenagers have turned into young adults who are self-aware and leading their own destinies.

This work is not about to end soon. Ripples International continues to carry on these initiatives for as long as there is still no cure for HIV.

Many communities in Africa still have high levels of ignorance, lack access to treatment and economic opportunities.


Imarisha supports Orphaned and Vulnerable Children to access quality education, health, nutrition, psychosocial support, shelter and protection.


Jijenge is a HIV/AIDS intervention project that serves children either infected or affected by HIV/AIDS in Meru County. The project also involves HIV/AIDS awareness to community members.

Imarisha Emergency Response

Imarisha Emergency Response enables children and the community to survive life threatening situations. It involves immediate relief mainly through health, food and shelter support.