PrEP Watch is a clearinghouse for PrEP data, research, cost, access, implementation and advocacy efforts across the globe.
Countries are at varying stages of introducing daily oral PrEP using TDF/FTC, which is now recommended by WHO as an option for people at substantial risk of HIV. Some countries have national programs; others have smaller-scale programs; others aren’t offering PrEP at all.
In this map, yellow countries have some form of PrEP programming; blue countries do not. Check back for regular updates!
September 17, 2018
The CHARISMA intervention pilot—embedded in the MTN HOPE study—addressed intimate partner violence and relationship skills among women using microbicides in Johannesburg, South Africa. View the photo story to learn about the pilot through the eyes of CHARISMA clinic and community staff.
July 24, 2018
Not a single gay man who took two HIV prevention pills before and after sex had contracted HIV within a year thereafter, new research has found.
June 30, 2018
Public health officials are expanding efforts to get the HIV prevention pill into the hands of those at risk, in a nationwide effort to curb infections. But the officials are hitting roadblocks — the drug's price tag, which has surged in recent years, and changes in insurance coverage that put a heftier financial burden on patients.