Creating Policies, Plans and Budgets

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


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For PrEP to have impact, programs need to be well designed and resourced. The first step involves answering questions such as: who is at highest risk for HIV infection and to whom will PrEP be targeted? How much will this cost? Where will resources for prevention investments come from? Then, this information can shape national guidelines and policies on PrEP.

Identify priority populations
Estimate resource needs
Establish a Technical Working Group (TWG)
Create an implementation plan and timeline
Develop policies and guidelines

Last updated on November 15, 2017.

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