Kenya is experiencing an HIV epidemic among people who inject drugs, with prevalence recently estimated at 18.3%, and 44% for women. People who inject drugs experience a range of barriers to HIV treatment and care access.
The Kenyan government and civil society partners have sought to develop community oriented HIV care for people who inject drugs to overcome these potential barriers, including through community-based outreach support. We explored people who inject drugs experiences of these services to support their development.
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