The HIV and AIDS Response in Kenya remains a critical developmental, social and economic agenda. In order to consolidate the gains made thus far in the HIV and AIDS Response, the Institution charged with its coordination requires continuous strengthening, if it were to succeed in its mandate. This requires focus and a clear roadmap to its requisite destination.With the launch of the First NACC Strategic Plan 2015-2019, it is envisioned that the response will be more structured and aligned to the National Development Agenda. The Constitution of Kenya 2010 dispensation presents a major paradigm shift in conducting public business, including the HIV and AIDS Response.
Both County a National Governments have a shared responsibility of owning the HIV and AIDS response in terms of prioritizing and allocating resources to the plans. Partners and stakeholders remain critical to NACC’s overall functioning and delivery of desired results.