CaptionAids and prostitution are growing problems in Kenya. Despite government information campaigns, some 230,000 Kenyans are expected to succumb to aids by the year 2000. Calculations show a total of 1.6 million HIV carriers at that time, including 100,000 children. Currently 40 percent of all HIV-infected mothers pass the disease on to their offspring. The demand for prostitutes created by the increasing number of sex tourists lures many young girls to Nairobi and Mombasa.