Drug Registration Status
Research, Demonstration and Implementation
8 Completed Projects
Dapivirine Vaginal Ring
2 Planned/Ongoing Projects
1 Planned/Ongoing Projects
Zimbabwe COP, 2022
The goal of Zimbabwe’s 2022 Country Operational Plan is to maintain progress from 2021 in key areas related to health promotion such as refining efforts to eliminate policy barriers, insitutionalizing client- centered services, helping the country achieve 95-95-95, and spotlighting HIV prevention and treatment access for all populations in need.
Zimbabwe National HIV Communications Strategy, 2019-25
Zimbabwe has taken the first step towards integrating health in various different sectors by making this Communications Strategy less program centered and more client centered. With the recognition that people seek various different types of healthcare, this Communication Strategy highlights the needs of various different populations and delivers the tools that programmers, funders, and implementing…
Stakeholder conversations to inform delivery of new HIV prevention methods in Zimbabwe
A readout of conversations with local stakeholders about the dapivirine vaginal ring, looking to gain insight on implementation considerations from providers and potential end-users.
Dapivirine Ring Early Introduction Considerations — Zimbabwe Analysis
The OPTIONS Consortium conducted secondary research and interviews with key stakeholders in several countries to understand questions about the ring that could inform demonstration and processes for introducing new biomedical HIV prevention products. Zimbabwe was prioritized for analysis due to the state of the HIV epidemic in the country and experience with ring trials. (For…
Key Population Manual for Healthcare Providers, 2018
Stigma towards vulnerable populations often leaves them unable to access HIV health messages and services. This training works to raise awareness amongst healthcare providers regarding their own biases as a means to remove barriers to healthcare access for the vulnerable populations.
Health Care Workers’ Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practices Related to Oral PrEP Provision to Adolescent Girls and Young Women in Zimbabwe
Conclusions from the study: knowledge of oral PrEP is high among providers; training should explore providers’ discomfort with certain population groups, such as married adolescent girls and young women; and training should emphasize nonjudgmental services.
PMM Landscape Analysis, Malawi & Zimbabwe (2020)
PMM is advancing planning for future biomedical prevention product introductions, with a focus on CAB-LA, to avoid oral PrEP challenges and reduce time to impact. PMM used quantitative and qualitative methods to identify sub-national geographies, target populations, delivery channels, and prevention networks to prioritize in early introduction activities for CAB-LA.