Kenya has made significant progress on scaling up prevention services for key populations and adolescent girls and young women, especially the provision of biomedical prevention
Prevention advocates also welcome the increase in funding for key populations within the new Global Fund grant, as well as the PEPFAR community grants.
However, progress remains painfully slow when it comes to addressing legal and policy barriers that restrict sex workers, gay men, transgender people, people who use drugs, and adolescent girls and young women from accessing services. Lack of coordination between National AIDS Control Council and the National AIDS and STI Control Programme also weakens the national prevention response at county and district level.
Read more about the Kenya HIV prevention shadow report 2020