KETAM is a Kenyan activist movement which aims to advocate and lobby for increased access to treatment, especially the use of anti-retroviral (ARVs) medicines for people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHAs).
Its vision is to see a Kenya where all PLWHAS have equitable access to treatment, care and support.
KETAM advocates and monitors the expansion of quality care and treatment of PLHWAs.
KETAM was founded in 2002 as the Kenya chapter of the broader Pan African Treatment Access Movement. In this regard, KETAM advocates for universal access to treatment, care and support for all people living with HIV (PLHIV) in Kenya.
KETAM aims to advocate and lobby for increased access to treatment, especially the use of anti-retroviral (ARVs) medicines for people living with HIV and AIDS (PLWHAs).KETAM brings together a multidisciplinary group of activists comprised of professionals and experienced HIV treatment advocates from different organizations in Kenya.
KETAM’s advocacy agenda are to promote:
- Access to pediatric antiretroviral treatment (ART)
- Prevention of mother- to- child transmission (PMTCT)
- Treatment of opportunistic infections (OIs).
Kenya Treatment Access Movement
Methodist Ministry Center 2nd wing, 4th floor
Same floor with Social Development Network (SODNET)
Oloitoktok Road, Off Gitanga Road
P.O. Box 24372-00502
Tel: +254 722 886694
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