In recent years, Southern Africa has made notable strides to combat the disease, but there is still immeasurable progress that needs to be achieved. In an effort to advance the fight, Kenya launched its third National AIDS Strategic Plan in January 2010. The UN Joint Program on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) reports that Kenya has made leaps in its HIV response: AIDS related deaths have fallen by one-third since 2002 and “HIV prevalence in the country has consistently declined over the past few years.”

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