In 2013, an estimated 69% of men who have sex with men reported using a condom the last time they had anal sex, up from 55% in 2011.9 Homosexuality is "largely considered to be taboo and repugnant to [the] cultural values and morality" of Kenya.10 The act of sodomy is illegal in Kenya and can carry a prison sentence of up to 14 years.11These legal and social attitudes lead to high levels of stigma and discrimination towards men who have sex with men as well as other members of the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) community, deterring many people from seeking the HIV services they need.By 2013, this had increased to 6.4 million.30 Although annual testing rates have nearly doubled since 2008/2009, there remains a significant disparity between men and women.
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This is found across all groups and across all geographic areas, from young female sex workers and young women who inject drugs to young women in discordant couples and young women in and out of school.24 As in many parts of sub-Saharan Africa, women and girls in Kenya face discrimination in terms of access to education, employment and healthcare.
In 2011, an estimated 29.3% of female sex workers were living with HIV.19 By comparison, 2011 findings from the Sex Workers Outreach Project showed an HIV prevalence of 30% among female sex workers and 40% among male sex workers.20.