The HIV Prevention Market Manager undertook an effort to map the landscape of ongoing and planned work on bringing HIV prevention to adolescent girls and young women and other populations in sub-Saharan Africa. This document provides a summary and analysis of the end-user projects and studies underway. This information can be used to inform collaborations and identify gaps and next steps in research. Download the analysis below. The project database is also available (updated July 2019). For more information, additions, updates and corrections, please contact [email protected].
Integrated Study Dashboard
This dashboard, produced under the BioPIC project, reflects all currently known activities relating to implementation research, modelling, clinical trials, open label extensions, and landscaping for new late stage biomedical HIV PrEP options, including cabotegravir for PrEP and the dapivirine vaginal ring. To update or add any activities missing from the dashboard, or if you have…
Deep Dive Review of Modelling Long Acting PrEP Meeting Summary
In March 2023, the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation convened modellers looking into the impact, costs, and/or cost effectiveness of cabotegravir (CAB) for PrEP in low and middle income countries. This meeting summary provides an overview of 11 models as well as key insights emerging from the models and knowledge gaps.
The Long-Acting Therapeutics Patents and Licenses Database (LAPaL)
The Long-Acting Therapeutics Patents and Licenses Database (LAPaL) is a free online database that provides information on long-acting therapeutics that could have impact in resource-constrained settings. It includes technical and intellectual property information on these technologies as well as an interactive visualisation tool to navigate the pipeline progress. Click here for a brief overview of…
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…
Perception of PrEP-related Stigma in PrEP Users: Results from the ANRS-PREVENIR cohort
This journal article from HIV Medicine explored how stigma has played a role and been a major barrier in uptake and adherence of oral PrEP.
Clinical Practice Guidelines for Providing the PrEP Ring to Pregnant and Breastfeeding People (French)
These clinical guidelines support implementers to provide the PrEP ring to pregnant and breastfeeding people (PBFP). For the full Clinical Guidelines and Training Package for PrEP for PBFP, click here. This document is in French. For the English version, please click here.
A Randomized Trial of Safety, Acceptability and Adherence of Three Rectal Microbicide Placebo Formulations Among Young Sexual and Gender Minorities Who Engage in Receptive Anal Intercourse (MTN-035)
This journal article from PLOS ONE was a trial seeking to evaluate the safety, acceptability, and adherence to three placebo modalities (insert, suppository, enema) prior to receptive anal intercourse (RAI).
Shaping and Strengthening Markets for a New Era of Choice-based HIV/SRH Programming: Lessons from HIV & FP product introduction Report
This report was from the BioPIC Think Tank, Shaping and Strengthening Markets for a New Era of Choice-based HIV/SRH Programming: Lessons from HIV & FP product introduction. As new HIV prevention products move closer to entering the market, there is an opportunity to design choice-based programs that apply lessons and successes from HIV and FP…
Important Steps for PrEP Uptake Among Adolescent Men Who Have Sex With Men and Transgender Women in Brazil
This journal article from PLOS ONE analyzed the PrEP uptake process and factors associated with daily oral PrEP initiation among adolescent men who have sex with men and transgender women in Brazil.
HIV Care Providers’ Familiarity, Concerns, and Attitudes About HIV PrEP in Colombia: Insights From the PrEP-Col-Study
This journal article from AIDS Care examined PrEP awareness and familiarity, comfort with PrEP-related activities, perceived barriers for PrEP implementation, concerns, and attitudes in Colombia.