January 31, 2020
AVAC’s Anabel Gomez and Shawn Malone have contributed a chapter, “Understanding HIV prevention in high-risk adolescent girls and young women in two South African provinces”, in the 22nd edition of the South African Health Review (SAHR).
These findings are part of a research project Breaking the Cycle of Transmission, conducted under AVAC and CHAI’s HIV Prevention Market Manager (PMM). Funded by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, PMM is applying behavioral research and human-centered design to better understand and reach young women in South Africa with effective HIV prevention.
For more information:
- This webinar on the quantitative phase of the research explores the findings from a survey of almost 2,000 adolescent girls and young women on the factors that influence their decisions and behaviors along a sexual and reproductive health journey.
- This webinar presented qualitative findings with a discussion on the implications of emerging insights.
- The PrEP Virtual Learning Network provides tools, resources and opportunities to learn from other efforts scaling-up PrEP.