The National Empowerment Network of People living with HIV/AIDS in Kenya (NEPHAK) is a national Network that unites people living with HIV and those affected by TB and HIV/AIDS through post test clubs, support groups, community based organizations, non-governmental organizations and networks.
The ideas that would later on lead to the formation of the National Empowerment Network of people living with HIV/AIDS in Kenya (NEPHAK) can be traced to the mid 1990s. This was after it was realized that such a network was needed to unite the then existing support groups and networks of PLHAs in Kenya.
The month of October was for NEPHAK to first look at its internal systems. This was done through active follow up with the NGOs Coordination Board to make sure that the new office bearers elected at an Annual General in Nakuru were accepted by the board and letter issued. This was achieved.