Cost-Effective Delivery of PrEP to AGYW in South Africa and Kenya
The POWER study developed cost-effective and scalable models for the delivery of PrEP to adolescent girls and young (AGYW) in Cape Town and Johannesburg in South Africa and in Kisumu, Kenya. The study examined factors that encourage or discourage PrEP use among AGYW. Sub-studies explored key questions to address high STI rates, improve access to HIV prevention using HIV self-testing and a differentiated care model, and to develop tools to support AGYW’s decision making related to PrEP.
- AGYW from Kenya and South Africa: The POWER demonstration project
- MyPrEP Decision Support Tool Increases PrEP Persistence in AGYW Attending an Urban Primary Health Care Clinic in South Africa
- AGYW's PrEP-user Journey During an Implementation Science Study in South Africa and Kenya
- A Pilot Evaluation of Expedited Partner Treatment and Partner HIV Self-testing Among Adolescent Girls and Young Women Diagnosed with Chlamydia trachomatis and Neisseria gonorrhoeae in Kisumu, Kenya
- Cost of Pre-exposure Prophylaxis Delivery in Family Planning Clinics to Prevent HIV Acquisition Among AGYW in Kisumu, Kenya
- Uptake and Impact of Facility-based HIV Self-testing on PrEP Delivery: a pilot study among young women in Kisumu, Kenya