HIV crisis among the youth in Kenya

In the face of HIV, it’s important to “tell the youth that it is okay to delay sexual activity, it’s also important to involve young people when developing HIV programmes for them, and if the youth get friendlier health workers at health facilities, they are more likely to open up about the problems they face.”

That’s the message that Job Akuno, national co-ordinator of Kenya MenEngage (KEMEA), delivered during a panel discussion on Citizen TV, recently.

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