Designing an Enriched Home for HIV-Positive Children in India

Designing an Enriched Home for HIV-Positive Children in India

Designed to mimic construction toys, Casa Rana is private housing for 15 HIV-positive children in Tamil Nadu, India

Jason Brick
  • 28 august 2015

Tiruvannamalai, in Tamil Nadu, India has a small home called Casa Rana, to care for 15 HIV-positive children in the community. These homes will assist them throughout their childhood and onward, ensuring their lives will improve with the needed education, medical care and social support. The project leadership plans to create more similar foster homes if this first pilot program succeeds.

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