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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Changes in Relationships, HIV Risk, and Feelings towards PrEP: Findings from a qualitative explanatory study among participants in the CHARISMA intervention trial
This article from BMC Women’s Health explores women’s experiences with the CHARISMA randomized controlled trial, which tested whether the CHARISMA intervention mitigated relationship-based challenges to PrEP use, such as intimate partner violence, and looks into why the trial showed null results. Click here for more information on CHARISMA.
Research, Service Delivery
Development of a Relationship Counselling Website to Identify and Mitigate Risk of Intimate Partner Violence in the Context of Women’s PrEP Use
This article from PLOS Digital Health discusses the results of beta-testing CHARISMA mobile, a digital resource to support lay counsellors help women access PrEP safely and and effectively by addressing dynamics of their relationships with male partners, including exposure to intimate partner violence. Click here for more information on CHARISMA.
Research, Service Delivery
Dual Prevention Pill: Market Preparation and Introduction Strategy
This strategy, updated in August 2023, is intended for donors, governments, implementing partners and civil society to inform priorities and planning for DPP rollout. The strategy describes activities required to build a cohesive body of evidence and recommends an approach to DPP introduction to focus efforts. Where possible, activities will be embedded into existing programs…
Demand Creation/Marketing, Financing & Costing, Normative Guidance/Policies, Research, Supply Chain Management
V Branding Campaign
“V” is a branding campaign developed in South Africa as part of Project Emotion, awarded in 2015, to support increased uptake and adherence to oral PrEP among adolescent girls and young women. View the research and background and campaign overview briefs for more information. Zimbabwe adaptations In 2020, the V Campaign, originally conceptualized in South…
GBV in PrEP Services SOP Guidance & Job Aid
This slide deck provides an overview of the GBV in PrEP Services SOP Guidance and Job Aid, as well as an overview of the context for screening and responding to GBV in PrEP services and detail on counseling messages related to PrEP choice in the context of GBV, PrEP disclosure decision-making, discreet PrEP use, and…
A Scoping Review of Oral Pre-exposure Prophylaxis for Cisgender and Transgender Adolescent Girls and Young Women: What Works and Where Do We Go from Here?
This journal article from AIDS and Behavior explored results from interventions along the PrEP continuum for adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) to inform research and programs.
Cost-Effectiveness of the Dual Prevention Pill for Contraception and HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis
This journal article from Frontiers in Reproductive Health explored what populations and in what use cases the DPP (dual prevention pill) would be cost-effective.
Financing & Costing
Equipping Providers To Offer Novel MPTs: Developing Counseling Messages for the Dual Prevention Pill in Clinical Studies and Beyond
This journal article from Frontiers in Reproductive Health shares results from mapping counseling messages from COC and oral PrEP guidance and provider training materials. This was studied by a working group of eight HIV and FP experts.
Global Healthcare Provider Training Package for the Dapivirine Vaginal Ring
This training manual was developed by the International Partnership for Microbicides and can be adapted for contexts where the dapivirine vaginal ring is being offered. To help us understand who is using these materials, so we can ensure they remain as relevant and helpful as possible, we kindly ask anyone downloading the materials to complete…
Uptake and Continuation of HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Among Women of Reproductive Age in Two Health Facilities in Kisumu County, Kenya
This article from Journal of the International AIDS Society follows the uptake and continuation of oral PrEP among women 15–49 years in two health facilities in Kisumu County, Kenya.
Monitoring & Evaluation