Case Study Report – Impact on Access to HIV Care by UN Plus Kenya
this study which looks at the impact on access to HIV care by UN Plus Kenya,
the researcher interviewed 41 staff members living with HIV. The interviews
took place in one of the UN Plus meetings. For those who were unavailable at
the meeting/non UN Plus members, the researcher sought for appointments with
individual members while keeping confidentially during the process. The literature
review revealed a similarity in the outcome of viral load suppression. The data
revealed some few staff members who were not doing as well as the others and
who may have to be followed up for further care.
time is required to give more attention and better analysis of all the results
from this study.
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