AVAC's redesigned website PrEPWatch is a clearinghouse for pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) data, additional research, cost, access and advocacy efforts across the globe. 

Some areas of the site to explore:

  • The Basics — Get simple, straightforward information about what PrEP is, why it’s clear it works and how it’s being used.

  • Country Updates — Visit here for brief updates from around the globe of national updates and in-country partners working for PrEP access.

  • PrEP Access Roadmap — Learn more about access PrEP in your country and/or community.

  • National Polices & Strategies and Guidelines & Tools — Country policies and strategies situate PrEP in specific epidemic contexts.

  • United States Local Programs — A number of local agencies and organizations in the US have programs to provide PrEP access.

October 9, 2015
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pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP), PrEP, HIV prevention, HIV prevention interventions

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