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Expanding access to and uptake of PrEP products among young people, especially adolescent girls and young women, will be key to ending the HIV epidemic. But how do we ensure HIV prevention efforts resonate with and are effective for young millennials and Gen Z? What does meaningful youth engagement in PrEP delivery really mean? In this webinar, we will hear from young people at the forefront of HIV prevention research, advocacy, and programs in East and Southern Africa and the United States. Representatives from MOSAIC’s NextGen Squad and the Chicago-based PrEP4Teens project will describe how they are contributing to PrEP projects in their communities and share promising practices for harnessing the power of young people to shape HIV prevention efforts intended for them.


  • Saiqa Mullick, Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute, South Africa
  • Amogelang “Sasha” Kekana, Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute, South Africa

Speakers and Panelists

  • Nts’ebo Lerotholi, Jhpiego, Lesotho
  • Luwi Katoka, FHI 360, Zambia
  • Mashadi Kekana, Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute, South Africa
  • Havana Mtetwa, Pangaea Zimbabwe Aids Trust, Zimbabwe
  • Rubuna Nagai, FHI 360, Uganda
  • Marie Merci Niyibeshaho, LVCT Health, Kenya
  • Adaobi Olisa, FHI 360, Nigeria
  • Sadia Haidari, PrEP4Teens, United States
  • Leo Martinez, PrEP4Teens, United States
  • Jim Pickett, The Choice Agenda, PrEP4Teens, United States

This webinar is part of the Global PrEP Learning Network webinar series hosted by the PEPFAR– and USAID–supported MOSAIC project.