ACCESS PrEP blog series: Oral PrEP health providers have their say - opinions, thoughts and experiences
Girls and women are at the centre of the AIDS response. Factors including age, ethnicity, gender inequities, disability, sexual orientation, profession and socioeconomic status compound to influence girls’ and women’s ability to protect themselves from HIV. Programming efforts must recognize the complexity of the everyday lives of girls and women as they mature and grow and build the response around their needs.
Global, regional, and national incidence, prevalence, and mortality of HIV, 1980-2017, and forecasts to 2030, for 195 countries and territories: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries, and Risk Factors Study 2017
Engaging study participants in interpreting results: Lessons from the TRIO study in Kenya and South Africa
There’s power in OPTIONS: Recent developments from the project that is optimizing HIV prevention technology introduction on schedule
“We know that life-changing HIV prevention solutions are available, but it’s critical to think strategically about how an innovation like PrEP is meaningful to our priority users. By understanding who our user is, what is important to them, and how PrEP can be positioned as useful and beneficial, we can help create an enabling environment for PrEP uptake.” - Briana Ferrigno, McCann Health
Oral pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) is a new HIV prevention method that offers more than 90 percent protection when taken correctly. The OPTIONS Consortium, in collaboration with the South African National Department of Health, created five short, powerful videos that encourage PrEP as an acceptable HIV prevention method for adolescent girls and young women.