A Framework for Scaling Up PrEP

A step-by-step framework for planning the introduction of PrEP

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Building a program to introduce PrEP effectively requires action on many levels. Some steps need to be done in sequence, others can be done simultaneously. This framework outlines the steps in this process, from creating the right policies to establishing a reliable supply chain, to measuring program quality.

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Use the links above to get information on each step.

Ready to start introducing PrEP? The OPTIONS team has developed a "Situational Analysis Toolkit" to help you begin planning for PrEP introduction in your context. Click here to download these tools and help get you on your way! (Introduction, Step 1: Data Collection, 2: PrEP Planning, 3: Summary Findings).

Last updated February 9, 2017.

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