Oral pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) clients may choose to stop and restart oral PrEP due to factors such as changes in perceived personal exposure to HIV, the behaviors of a sexual or injecting drug partner, the burden of taking a daily pill, side effects, and mobility. Oral PrEP programs should counsel patients on how to safely stop oral PrEP as well as how to restart. This document outlines what oral PrEP programs could offer those who choose to stop and restart.
PANCAP PrEP Knowledge Suite
The Pan Caribbean Partnership Against HIV/AIDS (PANCAP) Coordinating Unit and Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) have developed a collection of knowledge resources for PrEP. The suite consists of social media content, digital brochures, technical guidelines, training and capacity-building materials, and more.
Daily Oral PrEP, Event-Driven PrEP, and PrEP Ring Template Guidelines
These adaptable guidelines can be used to support the development and adoption of national guidelines that align with WHO PrEP guidance, including recommendations for daily and event-driven oral PrEP and the monthly PrEP ring. The document includes prompts for national-level consideration during the guideline adaptation process.
An implementation model for scaling up oral pre-exposure prophylaxis in Kenya: Jilinde project
In this article, the authors describe the conceptual design of the Jilinde project, which implemented oral PrEP as a routine service at a public health scale in Kenya. The authors describe the overlapping domains of supply, demand, and government and community ownership, which combine to produce a learning laboratory environment to explore the scale-up of…
Getting Rollout Right: Lessons from Oral PrEP
Insights from a decade of experience with oral PrEP programs offer key lessons for developing and delivering HIV prevention products so that they reach those who could most benefit. The Prevention Market Manager project has developed a suite of resources to frame these insights and explore their implications. It’s vital that the field learns from…
Guidance for Providing Informed-choice Counseling on Sexual Health for Women Interested in Pre-exposure Prophylaxis
This guidance is focused on Kenya and South Africa. Its purpose is to promote informed decisionmaking on sexual health for women who have expressed interest in using PrEP as part of their HIV risk-reduction strategy.
Zambia Ending AIDS Campaign Materials
JSI’s USAID DISCOVER-Health Project contributes towards HIV epidemic control in Zambia and has produced a number of PrEP campaign materials. See below! Tools PrEP Your Client for Protection in 5 Easy Steps Be Ready with PrEP Fact Sheet Be Ready with PrEP Frequently Asked Questions Zambia Ending AIDS Posters Videos Introduction to Zambia Ending AIDS…