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National AIDS Control Council
Landmark Plaza, 9th Floor, Argwings Kodhek Road
P.O. Box 61307 - 00200 Nairobi, Kenya
Tel: 254 (020) 2896000, 2711261 ; Fax: 254 (020) 2711231, 2711072

Welcome to National AIDS Control Council

The National AIDS Control Council (NACC) was established under Section 3 of the State Corporations Act Cap 446 through the National AIDS Control Council Order, 1999 published vide Legal Notice No. 170 of 1999.  NACC is a non-commercial organization whose mission is to:


“Provide policy and a 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”.



The Kenya AIDS Strategic Framework (KASF) 2014/15-2018/19, is the Strategic guide for thecountry’s response to HIV at both national and county levels. The framework addresses the driversof the HIV epidemic and builds on achievements of the previous country strategic plans to achieve its goal of contributing to the country’s Vision 2030 through universal access to comprehensive HIV prevention, treatment and care.Click the attachment below to download the KASF Document.



The National AIDs Control Council as the coordinating body for the AIDS response is charged with the responsibility of coordinating the national AIDS response. In order to effectively support County governments and facilitate their planning, implmentation and monitoring of the repsonse, the NACC has profiled the status of the HIV epidemic in each county.

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Kenya has developed the National Prevention Revolution Road Map which is a pace setter;and will optimize the countrys efficiency in dealing with HIV.The Road Map is an important tool to unify national and county level Planning,Financing and Implementation of HIV Prevention Interventions.Click the attachment below to read more



The aim of the 2012 Kenya AIDS Indicator Survey(KAIS 2012) was to evaluate HIV care,treatment,and prevention programmes to inform new strategies for responding to the HIV epidemic.Carried out from October 2012-February 2013,this was the second such survey by the Government of Kenya.Click the attachment below for the final report

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