The Consortium aims to foster a better understanding of poverty-related infectious diseases and to demonstrate innovative solutions to adaptive care and treatment for the targeted communities in Kenya in preventing and treating poverty-related infectious diseases. The Consortium will focus on HIV-related care and treatment as sub-Saharan Africa is one of the hardest hit regions. Although evidence suggests that the epidemic has been stable and, in some instances, declining, emerging data indicate that the Covid-19 pandemic is gradually reversing the gains made, directly and indirectly. There is an urgency to ensure not only that the reversal of efforts is contained, but also achieve rapid progress and impact. The Consortium will work on developing a new, low-cost, easy-to-implement solutions for improved delivery of medical interventions for vulnerable targeted population. When the concept is successfully demonstrated, it will be rolled out to other parts of Kenya and to neighbouring countries.