This paper examines the myriad of public health, sociological, political, and theological issues that are at play when faith-based organizations (FBOs) provide HIV prevention, treatment, and support services to adolescents. The paper offers a case study of these issues as they play out among adolescents living in informal settlements across Nairobi.

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