HIV new infection in Kenya are on rise ,The country needs to develop strategic plans and efforts in HIV prevention are already focusing their efforts in these top five high prevalence counties more attention needs to be paid to the counties that have an emerging epidemic as evidenced by the consistent rise in their HIV burden. These counties include Turkana at 6.8% and Kisii at 6.1% prevalence.
Since 2004, the U.S. government, Has invested nearly 700 billion Kenyan shillings into the HIV response. After a decade of successful scale up of HIV prevention, care and treatment efforts in Kenya, Kenya education system should enables evaluate accomplishments and better understand the impact of HIV programs and investments to refine Kenya’s response to the epidemic.The keyans express there concern and they call that they should be no more stigma.
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