The National AIDS Control Council was established through an executive order as a State Corporations under Act Cap 446 published vide Legal Notice No. 170 of 1999. The NACC is mandated to:

  1. Develop policies, strategies and guidelines to address all the aspects of the HIV response
  2. Mobilize resources and provide grants to implementing partners for the HIV response
  3. Coordinate and supervise the implementation of the HIV programmes in the country
  4. Identify and address sector-specific training needs and devise appropriate manpower development strategies
  5. Facilitate the setting up of effective sectoral programmes for the management and control of HIV
  6. Mobilize stakeholders including state and non-state actors to participate in the prevention and management of the HIV response
  7. Develop national management information systems for the HIV response
  8. Develop appropriate mechanisms for the monitoring and evaluation of the HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections programmes
  9. Lead in the advocacy and public relations for the HIV response
  10. Collaborate with the local and international agencies which work in the HIV response

Vision

To be a responsive authority in the multi-sectoral coordination of the national HIV and AIDS response.

Mission

To provide Policy and Strategic Framework for mobilizing and coordinating resources for the prevention of HIV transmission and provision of care and support to the infected and affected people in Kenya.

Management

The entity’s day-to-day management is under the following key organs:

NACC Board of Directors

NACC Secretariat