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World Vision staff in Nairobi, Kenya, prayed for children living with HIV and AIDS on World AIDS Day in December. World Vision and the Kenya Red Cross are working together to provide psychosocial aid to survivors of the April 2 massacre at a university in northeast Kenya.

Authorities say 148 people, mostly students, were killed in the attack at Garissa University College in Garissa. Another 100 were injured. 

Trained counselors provide emotional support, help survivors to cope with their experiences, and assist them with locating family members.

World Vision also trains teachers, community leaders, and faith leaders in humanitarian practices so that churches, mosques, and schools are better prepared to cope with disasters.

Photo ©2014 Zipporah Kageha/World Vision

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