The PrEPWatch Resource Database offers a wide range of material on the status of PrEP as an option for biomedical HIV prevention around the world. Search this database to find step-by-step guidance for rolling out PrEP, summaries of the research to date on safety, efficacy and implementation, tools to assist planning and roll out, country updates on PrEP policy and access, and lessons learned from those efforts.
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Zambia PrEP Ring Stakeholder Consultations Summary
This country-level analysis from Zambia shares key stakeholder perceptions of the ring and is the product of consultations led by WHO, IPM, and MOSAIC during the period December 2021 – March 2022.
Zambia Adolescent HIV Care and Treatment Training Curriculum
Presented by Zambia’s Ministry of Health, and building on lessons learned delivering HIV care and treatment to adolescents, this curriculum empowers multidisciplinary health workers to have the confidence and skills to provide comprehensive, youth-friendly HIV services that support adolescents’ holistic health development. The training curriculum includes a 15-module Trainer Manual, a Participant Manual, and accompanying…
Zambia’s COP 2021
The goal of Zambia’s 2021 Country Operational Plan is to maintain progress from 2020 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.
Zambia Private Health Sector Analysis SRH & HIV, 2019
The Government of the Republic of Zambia seeks to foster private sector development in health, with a focus on sexual reproductive health (SRH) and HIV. This analysis lays out the opportunities and recommendations regarding how private sector can be leveraged to offer equitable, sustainable, and accessible care through a healthy total market.
Zambia HIV Prevention Volunteer AGYW Training Manual, 2017
Zambia’s HIV Prevention Volunteer AGYW Training Manual is primarily designed to train USAID Zambia Community HIV Prevention Project (USAID-CHPP) HIV Prevention volunteers. This training will guide volunteers on how to collect necessary information from their communities about where HIV care is needed and how best to make such care accessible.
Zambia National HIV/AIDS Communication & Advocacy Strategy, 2019-23
With the Government of the Republic of Zambia embarking on a program for health promotion, a National HIV/AIDS Communication & Advocacy Strategy will serve to target different populations through methods most effective in reaching them. This Strategy will also work with key implementing stakeholders in designing effective social and behavioral programs for comprehensive HIV care…
Zambia Ending AIDS Campaign Materials
JSI’s USAID DISCOVER-Health Project contributes towards HIV epidemic control in Zambia and has produced a number of PrEP campaign materials. See below! Tools PrEP Your Client for Protection in 5 Easy Steps Be Ready with PrEP Fact Sheet Be Ready with PrEP Frequently Asked Questions Zambia Ending AIDS Posters Videos Introduction to Zambia Ending AIDS…
Demand creation/marketing, Service Delivery
Healthcare Worker Guide to Providing PrEP
Calling all healthcare providers! This video is for you, as we outline some top tips and guidance on prescribing PrEP. We want to empower you with the information you need about PrEP, inform you on how best to counsel your client on what’s right for them, and support them in a non-judgmental manner. This is…
Community/Advocacy, Demand creation/marketing
Barriers to Provision HIV Biomedical Prevention Services in sub-Saharan Africa
AIDS 2020 poster arguing that national policies related to age of consent for PrEP are often not aligned with age of consent policies for HIV testing services and contraceptives. Aligning age of consent policies for family planning and PrEP may facilitate increased access and integrated service delivery.
Implementation Research, Normative Guidance/Policies
Digital Health Landscaping Report
This landscape analysis aimed to identify common virtual channels used in several countries, estimate the number of users of each channel, and categorize countries into one of three groups based on potential for interventions to use virtual channels to succeed. Users were defined as adolescent girls and young women (aged 15–24), pregnant or breastfeeding people…
Demand creation/marketing, Service Delivery