Kibabii University joined the world on 1st December 2018 in celebrating the World Aids Day at Mateka Primary School, Bumula Sub County where Bungoma County marked World Aids Day to create awareness in the society. Theme of the day was “Know your HIV Status: Mwanaume Jipime Jijue

Kibabii University students were given an opportunity to make presentations at the event which was graced by CEC Health Bungoma County Dr. Anthony Walela who encouraged the men in the society to be the champions in making sure they are tested and know their status for a healthy society.

Statistics place women aged between 15 and 24 years with the highest risk of contracting HIV besides being a group that constitutes the bulk of new infections. The Kenya HIV 2018 estimates report released by the National Government demonstrates a gradual decline in HIV prevalence, with much remain to be done to halt and reverse HIV infection

Kibabii University Mark 2018 World Aids Day

Kibabii University Mark 2018 World Aids Day

Kibabii University Mark 2018 World Aids Day

Kibabii University Mark 2018 World Aids Day

Kibabii University Mark 2018 World Aids Day