The Kenya Coordinating Mechanism (KCM) mandate is to attract funds from The Global Fund for the HIV and AIDS, TB and Malaria programmes and coordinate, monitor, evaluate and support the implementation of the Global Fund grants. It is responsible for ensuring that the Global Fund proposal is country owned and implementation is country driven.
Kenya has severe, generalized HIV epidemic, but in recent years, the country has experienced a notable decline in HIV prevalence, attributed in part to significant behavioral change and increased access to ART (antiretroviral drugs).
A broad range of preventive measures tailored to local needs have resulted in major progress against malaria
Tuberculosis remains a major cause of morbidity and mortality in Kenya. It affects all age groups, but has its greatest toll in the most productive age group of 15 to 44 years. The major factor responsible for the large TB disease burden in Kenya is the concurrent HIV epidemic.
FBO’s Final Workplan 2015/2016 Formal Private Sector Constituency Feedback Plan 2015/2016 Informal Private Sector Workplan 2015/2016 KAPs Constituency Workplan 2015/ 2016
The Public Private Mix Model is one of the initiative to be supported through the Current GF TB Grant -2018 to 2021 , aimed at finding missing TB Cases.
Attached is Kenya Coordinating Mechanism Calender of activities from July 2018 - June 2019