Combination Prevention Knowledge Base

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As PEPFAR writes in its five-year strategy, "Successful prevention programs require a combination of evidence-based, mutually reinforcing biomedical, behavioral, and structural interventions." This Prevention Knowledge Base topic provides an overview of combination prevention, current peer-reviewed research, programmatic examples, and important tools. 

November 14, 2016
Year of publication
2016
Resource types
Case studies and success stories, Reports and Fact sheets, Tools
Tags
PEPFAR, prevention programs, combination prevention, biomedical interventions, behavioral interventions, structural interventions

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