Daily Oral PrEP, Event-Driven PrEP, PrEP Ring, and CAB PrEP Template Guidelines (French)
The intent of this document is to provide adaptable guidelines to support the development and adoption of national guidelines that align with World Health Organization (WHO) pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) recommendations and guidance, including those for tenofovir disoproxil fumarate (TDF)-based daily and event-driven oral PrEP, the monthly dapivirine vaginal ring (“PrEP ring” or “the ring”), and injectable cabotegravir (CAB PrEP). The document includes prompts for national-level consideration during the guideline adaptation process.
This is the French version of the guidelines. For the English version, please click here.
Normative Guidance/Policies, Service Delivery, Vertical Transmission
Elimination of vertical transmission of HIV will require expanded access to HIV prevention strategies, such as PrEP, for pregnant and breastfeeding people. Guidance from the World Health Organization (WHO) supports provision of HIV pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) to pregnant and breastfeeding people (PBFP) who are at continuing substantial risk of HIV infection. Evidence has shown that…
Nigeria HIV Oral PrEP Job Aids & SOPs
See these job aids and SOPs for flow charts explaining the stages that PrEP clients go through, the role of a provider in this process, information on which documents will most smoothly allow providers to register patients on PrEP, guidance on vital service delivery points, and how to assess risk stratification of potential PrEP clients.
Injectable PrEP Factsheet for MSM Advocates and Community Members in the Asia-Pacific Region
Value Chain Situation Analysis for CAB PrEP – Interview Guide
The interview question bank is designed to help identify questions to ask stakeholders in interviews to inform a situation analysis for CAB PrEP.
Value Chain Situation Analysis for CAB PrEP – Overview Guide
This tool can be used by policymakers or others supporting policy development for CAB PrEP (e.g., nongovernmental organizations, donors) to conduct an analysis to assess the existing situation for the introduction of the new product. The guide facilitates a structured process in three steps to support initial planning for CAB PrEP introduction: data collection, stakeholder…
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.
ICAP PrEP Package
The PrEP Package was developed by ICAP at Columbia University to support the implementation of PrEP. The training curriculum and tools, including tools for monitoring and evaluation, were designed to enable clinical providers to attain the skills required to provide PrEP to appropriate candidates in an effective and safe manner. The training materials serve as…
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…
Feasibility of Long Acting Injectable Cabotegravir PrEP Initiation and Administration by Community Health Workers and Early Aspects of the PrEP Injection Care Continuum in a Primary Care Center in Washington, D.C.
This poster presentation, delivered at IAS 2023 by the Whitman-Walker Institute, describes the integration of long acting injectable cabotegravir for PrEP, administered by community health workers, or non medically licensed staff, in a primary health clinic in Washington, D.C., USA.
Shaping and Coordinating the Implementation Science Agenda for Injectable Cabotegravir for PrEP: The role of the Biomedical Prevention Implementation Collaborative (BioPIC)
This article from JIAS describes the coordinated approach taken by the Biomedical Prevention Implementation Collaborative (BioPIC) to ensure questions regarding delivery of cabotegravir (CAB) for PrEP are addressed so that CAB can be introduced in low- and middle-income countries in timely, acceptable and effective ways.