The Kenya Adolescent HIV Implementation Science Alliance (KAHISA) is a collaboration between various stakeholders working in the field of Adolescent and Young Adult HIV with one purpose of building capacity for Implementation Science. KAHISA is a national alliance between national & county policy makers, implementing partners, researchers, advocacy champions, resource mobilizers, government/political representatives as well as adolescent spokes persons. KAHISA aims to bridge the gap between research, policy formulation and policy implementation for adolescent health. Its core membership is made up of 18 members from different institutions including universities, teaching and referral hospitals and local HIV implementing partners) in Kenya.
To support the formulation and implementation of strategies that have impact in halting the HIV pandemic among Adolescents and Young Adults (AYA) and improving outcome among AYA living with HIV in Kenya
Capacity building support: To support online training of 3 members in implementation science during the financial year 2021-2022.