A snapshot of PrEP scale-up, registration and resources for Mozambique.

  • 600-700
    Estimated Number of Current PrEP Users

    Aggregates numbers reported from demonstration projects, PEPFAR dashboard and program/country reports where available. This is presented as a range due to difficulty in tracking precise numbers and possible double reporting.

  • 200-400
    Aggregate Target Number of PrEP Users from All Projects (Planned & Ongoing)

    Sum of the targets available at the quarterly data review. National targets put forward by governments may be aspirational and/or indicative of estimated need; or they may be low or non-existent if PrEP is solely available via demonstration projects. For this reason, a calculation of current PrEP users as a percentage of aggregate target will not accurately reflect progress. Additionally, some programs set targets on an annual basis while targets from other programs may extend over multiple years.

Data Updated: April 16, 2018

Drug Registration Status

  • Gilead's Truvada (TDF/FTC) registration
    Under review
  • Generic versions of TDF/FTC for prevention
    Under review

Types of Delivery Projects

  • Demonstration projects, which road-test the use of new options in real-world settings—not in a trial site. They have a formal evaluation component that is designed to address specific elements of introduction such as infrastructure needs and ways individuals can integrate it into daily activities.
  • Implementation project

Research, Demonstration and Implementation Projects


  • The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Resources for Mozambique

  • Click for the latest information from the Mozambique Ministry of Health.
  • Columbia University ICAP – A research center working in Gaza Province to provide health services and seasonal PrEP to migrant miners and their families.
  • MSF Corridor Project – A project focusing on the “Corridor,” a busy trade route used by truckers hauling goods throughout southern Africa. Based in Mozambique and Malawi (with extensions into Zimbabwe), it delivers PrEP to sex workers, truck drivers and men who have sex with men at high risk for HIV.
  • A Framework for Scaling Up PrEP can help implementers, government and advocates begin planning for and implementing PrEP programs.