The United States Agency for International Development is the lead U.S. Government agency that works to end extreme global poverty and enable resilient, democratic societies to realize their potential.
USAID’s health program in Kenya is one of the Agency’s largest in the world focusing on leadership, governance and capacity building of the Kenyan health system for greater sustainability.
To reduce the spread and impact of HIV/AIDS nationwide, it integrates prevention and treatment of other diseases, especially malaria and tuberculosis.
It is through this focus that USAID is supporting Kenya’s National TB Programme through the CHS led Tuberculosis Accelerated Response and Care (TB ARC) activity and the Abt Associates led AfyaInfo project that seeks to develop a strong, unified National Health Information System (NHIS). More about USAID