• Presidential Award for outstanding contribution to humanitarian or community service projects.

    Acknowledging the efforts of Kenya Neem Clinic in customer service.

    Best Practices Presidential Award to Kenya Neem Foundation

    Kenya Neem award ceremony

  • Important Notice

    We've made great strides in HIV treatment and the info you will learn here will be really incredible. HIV is treatable but not through the conventional or allopathic anti-retro viral treatment but through PROVEN alternative Natural therapy medical system. This is the only one way to get rid of HIV completely & save one’s life from certain death as we have found in our foundation.Treatment is convenient and currently affordable and takes 2 to 9 months depending on viral load or how long the person has been infected.

    Modern scientist has discovered treatments that can slow down the rate at which HIV weakens the immune system. These are called ART (anti-retro viral therapy.)

    They slow the progression of HIV to AIDS by decreasing the amount of virus in a person's body. As HIV reproduces, it damages the body's immune system and the body becomes week. It destroys blood cells called CD4+ T cells, which are crucial to the normal function of the human immune system. HIV itself does not make one sick, the damages it does to the immune system allows for HIV progression to AIDS. This is where Anti-retro viral drugs comes in handy. They slow down multiplication of the HIV and subsequent progression to AIDS. They can prevent or treat some of the illnesses associated with AIDS, but they DO NOT CURE HIV itself.

    We are happy to introduce to you the latest developments in HIV cure. We hope you will be happy to know the truth.

    HIV is transmitted from person to person through the exchange of body fluids such as blood, semen, breast milk and vaginal secretions. Sexual contact is the most common way to spread HIV, but it can also be transmitted by sharing needles when injecting drugs, or during childbirth and breastfeeding.
    The discovery

    By Anonymous on 02 May 2011