Public Education and Advocacy is one of the major strategies to increase awareness, behavior change and promote leadership, commitment and accountability to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030. The HIV epidemic is still one of the greatest development challenges in Kenya. Education is a fundamental tool to empower individuals, communities, and state actors to address HIV. The NACC acknowledges the intersection of social injustice, discrimination, and health care disparities to access HIV services. The council calls out for commitment at all levels to eliminate inequalities that undermine progress in the HIV response.