This Strategic Framework focuses on leadership in the HIV response. It emphasises an equitable HIV response that ensures no one is left behind. This is a priority for Kenya to achieve her goals. It promotes calibration of our efforts through effective prioritisation of interventions. It focuses on effective evidence-based investments, which target priority populations while ensuring that all Kenyans are reached and stigma and discrimination are reduced for improved health outcomes. This Strategic Framework is aligned to the Constitution of Kenya, the Vision 2030, and the African Union goals on HIV control. It recognizes the centrality of a multi-sectoral response to HIV and outlines roles and expected actions from different sectors and actors. A co-ordination and governance structure, led by the NACC, takes cognisance of Devolution and functions of different levels of Government, roles of other Government Ministries and Agencies and the need for strengthened stakeholder accountability for results. The Kenya AIDS Strategic Framework (KASF) 2014/15-2018/19, is the Strategic guide for the country’s response to HIV at both national and county levels. The framework addresses the drivers of the HIV epidemic and builds on achievements of the previous country strategic plans to achieve its goal of contributing to the country’s Vision 2030 through universal access to comprehensive HIV prevention, treatment and care.