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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Decolonizing Global Public Health – What Will it Take to Dismantle Racism and White Supremacy?
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 will never be achieved without vast improvements and…
HIV Prevention for the Next Decade: Appropriate, person-centred, prioritised, effective, combination prevention
In light of the development of new HIV prevention technologies, this article from PLOS Medicine proposes a new approach to HIV prevention, that emphasises appropriate, person-centred, prioritised, effective, combination HIV prevention within a framework that reduces existing barriers to services and acknowledges heterogeneity, autonomy, and choice.
Community/Advocacy, Monitoring & Evaluation, Research, Service Delivery
Rapid Assessment on Access to PrEP in EU/EEA Countries
This report by AIDS Action Europe summarizes the results of a survey of member organizations and partners based in EU Member States on various aspects of availability, accessibility, affordability, and acceptability of PrEP in their national context. In addition to the main findings, it includes country profiles and recommendations for the European Union and its…
Trans Inclusion: Charting HIV Research into the Future: A Manifesto and Scorecard for Advocates and Researchers
Trans and gender diverse folx are here! We are more and more visible in our lives, the media, the world, and the lives of people in our communities. And, after years of omission from HIV trials, people are beginning to awaken to the reality that trans-inclusive and trans-centered research is necessary to address matters specific…
Increasing Trans Inclusion in HIV/AIDS National Strategic Planning: Learnings from community advocacy in five countries
This report is based on a year-long project by amfAR and Global Action for Trans Equity (GATE) which aimed to increase trans inclusion in National Strategic Plans (NSP) by building the capacity of five trans-led community organizations to engage in NSP-focused advocacy and shape trans-specific programming. The report identifies factors that could facilitate trans inclusion…
Community/Advocacy, Normative Guidance/Policies
Building Community Acceptance for PrEP Use among Adolescent Girls and Young Women in Sub-Saharan Africa
MOSAIC held an Action Tank in 2022 which sought to determine which community influencers impact PrEP use among adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) and the behavioral determinants that influence their support of AGYW PrEP use, as well as to identify promising community acceptance interventions that directly address these determinants for adaptation and evaluation under…
Community/Advocacy, Demand Creation/Marketing
Dangerous Inequalities: UNAIDS’ World AIDS Day Report 2022
This report from UNAIDS, which marks World AIDS Day 2022, unpacks the impact that gender inequalities, inequalities faced by key populations, and inequalities between children and adults have had on the AIDS response, including on PrEP access.
Community/Advocacy, Service Delivery
Long-acting Injectable Cabotegravir (CAB for PrEP) for HIV Prevention: Community perspectives
During this 90-minute webinar, speakers will discuss community acceptability of and preferences for different PrEP options, including CAB for PrEP, barriers to implementation of CAB for PrEP, and engagement with communities as CAB for PrEP projects are being planned. This webinar is presented by the Global PrEP Network, a WHO-led forum designed to facilitate global…
Community/Advocacy, Service Delivery
MATRIX Project Overview
This factsheet provides an overview of USAID’s Microbicide Research and Development to Advance HIV Prevention Technologies through Responsive Innovations and Excellence (MATRIX) project.
PEP needs some pep! Addressing PEP Neglect in HIV Prevention Research, Programming and Uptake
Recording / Slides / Resources PEP, post-exposure-prophylaxis, is an HIV prevention intervention marked by both great promise and profound neglect. It is useful in both occupational and non-occupational contexts – yet uptake, especially in non-occupational contexts – is poor in most places on the planet. Our panel will unpack the issues and offer research, policy,…