Workshop Report on the Consolidation of our AntiCounterfeiting Position and Development of an Advocacy Strategy on AntiCounterfeiting and Access to medicines

On the 27th and 28th November 2013, AIDS Law Project in conjunction with NEPHAK and KELIN conducted a successful CSOs Workshop. The workshop was supported by UNAIDS and UNDP. The theme of the workshop was ‘To Consolidate our Anti-Counterfeiting Position and Develop an Advocacy Strategy on Anti-Counterfeiting and Access to … Continue reading

East African Community Regional Pharmaceutical Manufacturing Plan of Action (2012 – 2016)

Objective: Development of a regional roadmap to guide the East African Community towards evolving an efficient and effective regional pharmaceutical manufacturing industry that can supply national, regional and international markets with efficacious and quality medicines. Attached herewith is the Plan of Action for your ease of reference as provided by … Continue reading

JOINT PRESS STATEMENT FROM COALITION ON ACCESS TO MEDICINES REGARDING THE ANTI-COUNTERFEIT ACT

Joint press statement -FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Health activists to engage government for review of the Anti-Counterfeit Act   NAIROBI, Kenya, 25th September 2013                                                     Health rights activists will today, 25 September 2013, submit proposals to the Anti-Counterfeit Agency in a meeting that will take place at Utali Hotel starting from … Continue reading

HIV/AIDS prevention and control act(HAPCA) booklet

HIV/AIDS prevention and control act (HAPCA) booklet is available online,You can now download it from Aids law project website link.The booklet has been distributed to various human rights partners and to the society.A community radio will be used to educate and pass the information to the public about the act,Aids Law project is to establish networks within radio stations. Continue reading

PLHIVs Rights to Marry

In this article we highlight the marriage statutes in Kenya and outline their basic requirements for a person to ‘qualify’ to marry. Section 8 of the Marriage Act states that whenever any persons desires to marry, one of the parties to the intended marriage shall sign and give to the registrar a notice of intention to marry. Continue reading