Stay Alive Program was created to address the HIV/AIDS pandemic ravaging Africa and growing in virulence in many parts of the world. Stay Alive targets children ages 9-14 and empowers them to make smart choices before they become sexually active. Children learn about HIV/AIDS, what it is, how it is transmitted and how they can protect themselves from contracting it by being abstinent before marriage and faithful in marriage. Stay Alive empowers youth with the knowledge which literally can save their lives.
Since 2001, the Stay Alive Program has been taught in nine different African countries to over a million and a half African Children and their families. Within Kenya alone, over 350,000 children and their families have been taught using the program within schools, community organizations, religious organizations and individual families.