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RE-ISSUE: Terms of Reference for the development of comprehensive HIV treatment literacy Toolkit for people living with HIV.

1.0 About NEPHAK.
The National Empowerment Network of People living with HIV/AIDS in Kenya (NEPHAK) is
a national ‘Network’ that unites people living with, at risk of and those affected by HIV and
related co-infections and comorbidities through community-based organizations. Operating
within the confines of the NGOs Coordination Act of 1990, NEPHAK aspires for a nation
where people living with, at risk of and affected by HIV are at the forefront and meaningfully
involved in the interventions geared towards an ‘improved health and well-being of
communities’ and where their rights are recognized and respected. The networks works to
compliment the government efforts towards the acceleration of the implementation of the
fast track plan targets and the achievement of universal health coverage goals.

1.2. Description of the project
Kenya is currently working on the acceleration of the delivery of the 90.90.90 HIV treatment
targets with the aim of getting people living with HIV to achieve and sustain virtual viral
suppression. In the context of Undetectable Equals Untransmittable (U=U), the hope is that
the sustained viral suppression will help eliminate chances of HIV transmission and put Kenya
in the path to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030………..

Click to View Full Document:  Terms of Reference for HIV Treatment Literacy TA – NEPHAK


Previous Updates: !!!

6th Replenishment of the Global Fund

Kenya is a beneficiary of the Global Fund for HIV, TB, and malaria. Since 2003, the Fund has disbursed over USD 1.4 billion to defeat the three diseases and for health systems strengthening.

This year, as the international community gathers in France in October, for the 6th replenishment of the Global Fund; and as we thank you for your unwavering support to the Fund, we ask that:

  1. Kenya increases its contribution to USD10,000,000 for the 6th replenishment of The Global Fund
  2. Your Excellency Sir attend The Global Fund replenishment conference in Lyons France on 9 October and speak about Kenya’s commitment and plans around increased domestic resources for health.