The National HIV Prevention Strategy (2015-2020) has adopted a results based management approach with clear activities leading to outputs and outcomes which directly lead to the desired impacts. The strategy is aligned with the revised National Strategic Plan for HIV and AIDS (NSP) 2015-2020 and the 90-90-90 treatment targets. The HIV prevention strategy embraces a combination prevention approach for primary and secondary HIV prevention. It also presents cross-cutting contextual factors and determinants that facilitate new HIV infections including gender, human rights, culture, law/legislation, and capacity building. In order to achieve maximum impact, partners in the national response will implement HIV prevention interventions at the national, district and community levels in line with packages contained in the strategy document.