Kigali Hope Association (KHA) is a civil society network of young people living with HIV in Rwanda.
The organization was founded in 2007 by university students living with HIV as a support network. Since its inception, Kigali Hope Association has expanded to a national reach with 535 members and over 20,000 beneficiaries. The focus is on youth between the ages of 15-24 which is a critical transition period to adulthood during which people become sexually active
Through awareness campaigns, trainings, peer to peer counseling as well as various programs and projects, Kigali Hope Association engages young people and empowers them to positively contribute to national awareness of HIV, reduction and support.