UNAIDS estimates that 1.6 million new infections occurred among adults globally in 2016, a 10% decrease compared to 2010 (UNAIDS). Similarly, new infections in Kenya have declined from 101,000 in 2013 to 62,000 in 2016 (National AIDS Control Council) missing the targets set in the Kenya AIDS Strategic Framework (KASF). The slow decline in new infections threatens the progress against the fight against HIV/AIDS and the overall development plan as set out in Kenya’s Vision 2030. Every new infection increases the burden on already constrained HIV care and treatment programmes. This further heightens the impact of AIDS related deaths on children, families and society’s productivity.