Kenya has been one of the hardest hit countries for the HIV/Aids epidemics but there has been some decline in recent years, I am guessing due to more information/better education.
There is still a long way to go though and extreme care and caution should always be exercised - whether in Kenya or anywhere in the world. over 8 years ago
The HIV/aids infection rate has come down from 10% a few years ago to about 6% - that's still epidemic proportions. You need to take extra care in Kenya. obviously I mean sexual contact with locals, but also medical procedures, dentistry, tattooing and anything where the skin is punctured. If you're in a traffic accident in Kenya or injured in some way you'll need to be confident you're getting good quality care, and guess who knows the best and safest places for emergency medical care - yes, your travel insurer's emergency assistance team. over 8 years ago