What We Do
CDC focuses on effective HIV care and antiretroviral therapy (ART) for adults and children along with the prevention and treatment of opportunistic infections and TB, the prevention of mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT), HIV testing and counseling, laboratory strengthening, HIV surveillance programs, and improving monitoring and evaluation of current HIV programs.
Since the CDC Kenya office launched in 2000, CDC has worked closely with the Kenya Medical Research Institute (KEMRI) to conduct research on TB and TB/HIV. Kisumu, Kenya recently became a research site for the CDC TB Trials Consortium (TBTC).
Discover more about CDC’s work in Kenya by viewing our detailed country profilepdf icon.
- Focus, Partner, Achieve: Using Evidence to Achieve an AIDS-Free Generation in Kenya
- Changing Lives in Kenya’s Kakuma Refugee Camp
- Kenya Exceeds Goals to Address TB and HIV Coinfection
More information about TB in Kenya is available online at WHO’s TB Country Profilesexternal icon.
More information about CDC TB Trials Consortium (TBTC) is available online CDC’s TBTC .
More information about CDC’s global health work in Kenya is available online at CDC in Kenya.