Kenya: High Court halts HIV+ data collection, upholding dignity & privacyPosted: 31 May, 2017 Filed under: Uncategorized 1 Comment
Many thanks to Professor Ebenezer Durojaye of the Dullah Omar Institute for Constitutional Law, Governance and Human Rights at the University of the Western Cape, for abstracting this significant judgment for REPROHEALTHLAW subscribers. Prof. Durojaye can be reached at ebenezerdurojaye19 at gmail.com
Kenya Legal and Ethical Network on HIV & AIDS (KELIN) & 3 others v Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Health & 4 others  eKLR Petition 250 of 2015. (High Court at Nairobi) Decision online.
This case centres on a directive issued by Kenyan President Kenyatta requesting that the names of school-going HIV positive children, their guardians and HIV-positive pregnant women and their addresses be compiled for the purpose of assisting the government to respond and provide appropriate service and support to the children living with HIV/AIDS. The said information should include the number of children infected with HIV, number of guardians or caregivers infected with HIV, number…
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Interesting read. Thanks!