BEHAVIOUR CHANGE STRATEGIES OUTCOME IN HIV AND AIDS PREVENTION AND CONTROL AT PWANI UNI
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Pwani University houses a population of about 4000. The youth from this University are among Kenyans aged 15-24yrs. These groups are among the youth in general who have been identified as particularly vulnerable to HIV, sexually transmitted infections and related health issues in Kenya and other regions of the world. (NCAPD, 2011). Over the past two decades, Kenya’s Ministry of Health has recognized that reproductive health among youth requires specialized attention, and has worked to develop policies that support youth-friendly sexual and reproductive health services. New HIV infections among Kenyan youth continue to be high despite government-led efforts. It still requires further action to improve the socio-economic situation of youth in order to see results on the HIV front.