there is a relatively better scenario of HIV/AIDS in Kenya. The African country is showing the ray of hope as the HIV prevalence in the country seems to be decreasing considerably over the past few years. The country having some critical HIV services in the recent few years has been able to spread te general awareness and knowledge about HIV transmission.
In the year 2006, more than 760000 adult Kenyans have undergone the HIV test and almost 35% of them needed treatment. Those who were found affected with HIV/AIDS in Kenya has the access to the proper treatment. It was also founds that among the people who were affected with HIV or AIDS and underwent treatment there were 6000 children too. Almost 40% of the pregnant women who went to the antenatal care clinic in the year 2004 got much benefit from th prevention of mother to child HIV transmission service.
The steps are also been taken to create nationwide impact of treatments against AIDS. This has specially improved the condition of orphans and other children who were made vulnerable due to HIV/AIDS in Kenya.
The National Aids Control Council is the sole national coordinating authority on HIV. Not only has it done its works properly but also performed every duty successfully. As a result of the successful execution of plans and policies relating to control of HIV/AIDS in Kenya the percentage of the growth of HIV cases has decreased considerably.. NACC has a good public image as well as credibility.
The welcome change in political environment of the country has given a boost to the inflow of foreign funds for combating HIV/AIDS in Kenya. This has also contributed to the decrease of the growth rate in cases of HIV/AIDS in Kenya. But a lot of improvement and measures are needed to be taken.
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