HIV services provided in the country of Kenya and the percentage of those services provided by the faith-based sector.  This work was carried out as part of a Joint Initiative between the U.S President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS).  Emory’s Interfaith Health Program is working alongside the University of Cape Town (Cape Town, South Africa) and St. Paul’s University (Limuru, Kenya) to form the Academic Consortium of this Joint Initiative.  Together with the Christian Health Association (CHAK), members of the Academic Consortium carried out a secondary analysis of existing HIV health services data. AMREF Health Africa provided ethical clearance for the study. The results of the analysis can be found at the link on the Emory Website