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Party to help kids

The Nyumbani HIV charity is holding a charity evening on January 23 in aid of its orphanage in Nairobi, Kenya.

The orphanage cares for babies of HIV mothers who are abandoned at birth. Those who are then found not to be infected are adopted or cared for by traditional social services agencies while children found to be HIV-positive are cared for at Nyumbani.

The event, which is being supported by Insight and Rothschild Asset Management, takes place at Wicked, 4 Tooley Street, London SE1.

Tickets are £15 each and can be obtained by sending a cheque to Nyumbani UK to Andrea Sander-Williams, c/o Rothschild Asset Management, 1 King William Street,London EC4N 7AR

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