GPP Body of Evidence

A clearinghouse of case studies and analyses demonstrating the power of GPP

Since its first draft, the GPP guidelines have been adopted and used in HIV research and far beyond. AVAC has collected this body of evidence for GPP to demonstrate the power of GPP, to show how GPP can be measured and replicated, and to offer GPP training, tools and connection to everyone involved in the research enterprise. Visit here.

engage.avac.org

The Engage platform was created to support stakeholders looking to find community, increase their understanding on a topic or connection with others to create and implement advocacy action around clinical research and implementation.

hivresourcetracking.org

The most up-to-date and comprehensive field-wide estimates for HIV prevention and R&D globally.

In its 16th annual report, the Resource Tracking for HIV Prevention Research & Development Working Group documents research and development spending for the calendar year 2020 and analyzes funding trends spanning twenty years.

PrEPWatch

PrEPWatch is designed to be a clearinghouse for information on PrEP research (ongoing and completed; clinical trials and demonstration projects), data, additional research, cost, access and advocacy efforts across the globe.

Undetectable = Untransmittable Resources

This website from the Prevention Access Campaign is filled with links to the latest information on Undetectable = Untransmittable as well as other pertinent documents and resources.

Illustrated Glossary for Long-Acting Technologies

Language is important and how affected communities become familiarized with the technical aspects in emerging fields, such as nanomedicines to treat HIV, hepatitis C virus, TB and malaria, is an essential part of meaningful, equitable engagement in early stage science. The Illustrated Glossary for Long-Acting Technologies compiles frequent terms and concepts used in the research and development of long-acting technologies. The glossary is a non-exhaustive list and the graphics are artistic renderings meant to spur discussion and assist with community treatment literacy.

The Well Project

Founded in 2002, The Well Project is a non-profit organization whose mission is to change the course of the HIV/AIDS pandemic through a unique and comprehensive focus on women and girls. Their website is a global online resource of information, support and advocacy for women living with HIV and their allies.

Access their resources, additional information and strong partner network at thewellproject.org.