HIV Vaccine Research: An Update

AVAC

A quick, colorful and comprehensive overview of HIV vaccine research. Four pages, five top-line updates, this is a speedy read, designed to give a sense of the momentum and major issues coming up in the year to come.

November 28, 2016
Year of publication
2016
Resource types
Reports and Fact sheets
Tags
HIV vaccine research, HIV vaccine

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To determine the HIV prevalence and extent of engagement with HIV prevention and care among a representative sample of Zimbabwean sex workers working in Victoria Falls, Hwange and Mutare.

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Virtually no African country provides HIV prevention services in sex work settings with an adequate scale and intensity. Uncertainty remains about the optimal set of interventions and mode of delivery.

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