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Costing HIV Prevention in Kenya

The Kenya AIDS Strategic Framework II [KSAF II] has established ambitious goals to decrease new HIV infections by 75%, reduce AIDS-related mortality by 50%, and bring down HIV-related stigma and discrimination to below 25% by 2025. The framework aims to fulfil the resource requirements for the response by increasing domestic financing to 50%. The analysis of the AIDS Spending Categories (ASC) in the 2022 Kenya National AIDS Spending Assessment (KNASA) report records Kenya’s expenditure on HIV prevention at 9%. The United States Government provided 57% of the funding during the period, followed by GFATM (20%), international NGOs and Foundations (13%) and Kenya Government (8%) of the total expenditure.