Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Hekima Place for AIDS Orphans in Kenya

Kate Fletcher taught sociology at Duquesne University for twenty years and lived in Mt. Lebanon. Now she runs Hekima Place, a home for girls orphaned by the AIDS epidemic in Kenya, where the World Health Organization estimates one in twenty people is infected. She spoke to DUQ's Charlee Song on her annual fund-raising visit. Listen to the full-length story here.

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