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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Beyond Engagement: Bringing the Power of Young People to PrEP Research and Programs
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…
Community/Advocacy, Research, Service Delivery
How do People Who Use/Inject Drugs Intersect with PrEP Research and Service Delivery?
Recording / Slides / Resources On Wednesday, September 6, please make plans to join The Choice Agenda (TCA), the International Network of People Who Use Drugs (INPUD) and our wonderful expert speakers to discuss the health and wellness priorities of people who use/inject drugs, and how these communities (“key populations”) intersect across PrEP research, development,…
Community/Advocacy, Research, Service Delivery
A National Vision for PrEP: Financing, Equity, Advocacy
Join national experts to talk about current and emerging strategies in the PrEP funding landscape, including a proposed National PrEP Program, 340B drug pricing, Ready Set PrEP, PrEP Assistance Programs and more. This virtual training will provide: An understanding of the current patchwork of existing financing mechanisms and programs Increased skills to identify and navigate…
Community/Advocacy, Financing & Costing
Making PrEP accessible: Updates on long-acting injectable options
Recording The objective of this webinar, presented by the International AIDS Society is to provide the latest updates on long-acting injectable PrEP, including science and research emerging from recent conferences. Participants will also hear the civil society perspective on the evolving PrEP landscape, as well as on-the-ground approaches to increase access to long-acting PrEP. Moderator:…
Advancing HIV Prevention Research in Pregnant and Lactating People: Think Tank Report & Action Plan
This report is the result of a highly diverse, multi-stakeholder think tank convened by AVAC, as part of the Coalition to Accelerate and Support Prevention Research (CASPR), in collaboration with the PHASES Project, to identify priority advocacy objectives informed by consensus recommendations, and to develop an action plan to help advance the responsible study of…
For Us By Us: PrEP In Black America: A Master Plan for HIV Prevention In Black America
This report, from PrEP4All, sets out a roadmap to drastically scale-up use of PrEP in the Black community in the USA, and covers findings from the PrEP In Black America Summit held in Atlanta, GA on September 13, 2022. The report highlights gross racial inequities in PrEP utilization, while also giving key recommendations to increase…
The Power Of PrEP: Pleasure and Prevention In The Black Community
Recording To address disparities in the utilization of preexposure prophylaxis for HIV prevention (or PrEP) in the Black community, Black HIV prevention advocates from across the U.S. gathered in Atlanta, GA this Fall for the first PrEP In Black America Summit. This follow-up webinar will discuss outcomes of the summit and the need for patient-centered,…
HIV Prevention Ambassador Training Package and Toolkit
The HIV Prevention Ambassador Training Package and Toolkit is designed for community-based organizations and other groups to train HIV Prevention Ambassadors with the goal of promoting the meaningful engagement of communities and potential and current PrEP users in the rollout of oral PrEP for HIV prevention.
Community/Advocacy, Demand Creation/Marketing
Decolonizing Global Public Health – What Will it Take to Dismantle Racism and White Supremacy?
Recording / Slides / Resources / Audio Transcript As noted in The Lancet’s recently published special series on racism, xenophobia, discrimination, and health, “historic systems and structures of power and oppression, and discriminatory ideologies have shaped policy and practice today, and are root causes of racial health inequities.” Global initiatives to end the HIV pandemic…
MOSAIC Gender and Youth Strategy
This Gender and Youth Strategy, developed by the MOSAIC consortium, offers an analysis of the gender- and age-related barriers faced by — and the opportunities that could be leveraged in collaboration with — potential users of PrEP.
Community/Advocacy, Demand Creation/Marketing, Service Delivery