PrEP Demonstration Project Tools

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Public dissemination of tools that have been created for existing PrEP demonstration projects aimed at guiding PrEP implementation for different populations can facilitate the development of ongoing and future efforts. They provide a framework upon which project coordinators can model their own programs, generate ideas for educational and marketing materials, and provide key guidance on opportunities and challenges, among a range of other benefits.

These tools are sourced from a variety of projects which differ in geographic and population foci. We have categorized the tools in two ways: first by tool type, and second by demonstration project. This list is updated regularly. To add your projects tools, please contact us.

February 27, 2019
Year of publication
2017
Resource types
Programmatic guidance, Tools
Tags
pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), PrEP, PrEP programs

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