Robust and resilient health systems are essential for effective response to HIV and other health outcomes. These systems are affected by aspects such as supply chain management and pharmacovigilance; Laboratory management and technology; Human resource for health; Service quality improvements; and HIV services during emergencies, humanitarian settings and climate change. Health actors and institutions will ensure that core functions are maintained in the face of a crisis and re-organize, if required to effectively respond to crises.
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.