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.

News Spotlight

  • PrEPcost.org Launches

    November 8, 2017

    This site matches individuals who are interested in PrEP to eligible health plans and provides comparative pricing. PrEPcost.org is designed for both PrEP users and health care providers to make it easy to navigate the insurance options and find the best plans available.

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  • Health Dept to Place New HIV Prevention at Uni

    September 26, 2017

    iafrica.com reports on a decision by South Africa’s Department of Health to roll out PrEP to its university system. An initiative of the Higher Education and Training HIV/AIDS Programme (HEAIDS) is making PrEP available to students for the first time. PrEP will be available in 11 clinics at seven universities. Up to now, government programs have been aimed at reaching sex workers and men who have sex with men.

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