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Technical Support

Technical Support services

Pillars

Technical Support Unit has been set up within NASCOP to support the Government of Kenya - NASCOP and NACC on Key populations programming. Key Populations include Female Sex Workers (FSW), Male sex workers, Men who have Sex with Men (MSW & MSM) and People who Inject Drugs (PWID)

The project is implemented by the University of Manitoba and is funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF) in partnership with the World Bank. The main objectives of the TSU is to develop technical strategies and guidelines, build capacity and provide implementation support for the scaling up of HIV prevention programs for Key populations in Kenya with the goal being to contribute in reducing HIV incidence in Kenya by improving the scale, quality and impact of HIV prevention programs among Key populations. In addition, the project is supporting National AIDS Control Council (NACC) to develop Key Populations policies and a performance framework for Key Populations programming.

Our Core Values
Integrity

We are honest and transparent in our actions and in what we say. We are trustworthy in our work, in the way we relate with our clients, partners and with one another. We safeguard client information and ensure we are ethical in handling the information entrusted to us.

Team Work

We work together to achieve a common goal. We team up to develop synergy amongst ourselves and promote teamwork in our work with clients and partners. 

Professionalism

We hold high ethical standards in our work. We hold ourselves, our clients and partners with respect. In all that we do we employ professionalism in the pursuit of achieving excellent results.

Accountability

We are accountable for our own work with clients and partners. We are accountable to our funders and key stakeholders. We take responsibility for our actions and decisions even if the results are not positive or favourable to us.

Equity

We ensure that our staff are treated fairly. We ensure fair treatment of other people with whom we relate and we have policies that advocate affirmative action. We work with disadvantaged groups that require fair treatment.