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CDC Division of Global HIV & TB country profile : Kenya

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      S T R A T E G I C F O C U S Through the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Kenya works with multiple stakeholders including the Kenya Ministry of Health (MOH) and local and international partners to support and strengthen prevention and control efforts for the HIV and tuberculosis (TB) epidemics. To achieve these goals, CDC Kenya: • Supports the Kenya MOH in the development of strategic policy guidelines through technical and financial support, enabling Kenya to be an early adopter of new scientific evidence in HIV and TB programming. • Provides funding and technical assistance to local and international partners to support both national and county-level efforts in HIV prevention, identification, linkage, treatment, and retention of people living with HIV (PLHIV) with a specific focus on high burden areas and underserved populations - in line with the Kenya AIDS Strategic Framework. • Serves as the leading technical partner to the Kenya MOH in national HIV surveillance and evaluation efforts to ensure program implementation is based on the most recent, relevant, and science-based data. • Provides technical leadership in the implementation of high quality laboratory services in Kenya through laboratory infrastructure improvement, capacity building of health workers, and optimization of the lab-clinical interface. • Supports partners in establishing and maintaining sound financial management systems to ensure transparency, accountability, and compliance with federal regulations.
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