The National Syndemic Diseases Control Council (NSDCC) is a State Corporation established under Section 3 of the State Corporations Act, Cap 446, through the National AIDS Control Council Order, 1999 as amended by legal notice number 143 of 2022. The Council is mandated to manage the following syndemic diseases; HIV, sexually transmitted infections, malaria, leprosy, tuberculosis and lung disease.

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  • Homabay County: A Beacon of Progress in the HIV Response

    Homabay County has emerged as a beacon of success in the fight against HIV, with a remarkable decline in prevalence, significant drops in new infections and HIV-related deaths, and a robust treatment program contributing to [...]

  • Let’s embrace collective responsibility in the face of climate challenges

    We have valuable lessons from successfully building social movements to address critical issues, such as the four-decade-long movement to combat HIV. We need a similar collective effort, driven by passionate individuals, to galvanize action in [...]

  • 7th Maisha Conference Report

    The 7th Maisha Conference, themed "Ending Epidemics: Leadership, People, Science, and Partnerships," took place from August 29 to 31, 2023, at the Pride Inn Paradise Beach Hotel in Mombasa County. This event brought together policymakers, [...]

  • Agency roots for total market approach to supplement free condom supplies

    The coordinating agency for Kenya's HIV and AIDS response is advocating for the use of low-priced condoms to address the shortage caused by reduced donor funding. Dr. Ruth Laibon-Masha, CEO of the National Syndemic Diseases [...]

HIV Statistics as at 2022

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Maisha Certification systems aims to get all Ministries, Departments and Agencies (MDAs) actively engaged in developing and implementing policies to tackle the prevention and management of HIV and AIDS in Kenya.