HPTN 082

The goal of this study is to evaluate whether HIV-uninfected sub-Saharan African women ages 16-25 who are at high risk for HIV infection will initiate PrEP and achieve sufficient adherence using scalable adherence support interventions to achieve HIV prevention benefits from this promising biomedical prevention intervention.

[Please note: these tools are for a research study with a focus on adherence to PrEP among AGYW, and sociobehavioral factors that may influence PrEP uptake and adherence. The questionnaires therefore may be longer than those needed for implementation-focused demo projects.]