In every country around the world, children and youth, particularly adolescent girls, experience sexual violence at unacceptable rates. In Kenya, the 2019 Violence Against Children and Youth Survey (VACS) found that 16 percent of girls and 6 percent of boys experience sexual violence before the age of 18. However, we know it doesn’t have to be this way. The 2019 Kenya VACS also shows that in the past decade, coordinated response to the VACS results by partners, individuals, and data-driven action, led Kenya to make great strides in preventing sexual violence against children. Over 10 years – from the 2010 to the 2019 Kenya VACS – the surveys showed substantial reductions in sexual violence against children.