Esnart’s advocacy for differentiated PrEP services played out through social and traditional media. As Zambia moved PrEP out of ART clinics into more youth-friendly spaces, she saw an unfulfilled need to let young women know about PrEP and where to find it. Thus, she spread the word and built demand via social media.
She also took to the airwaves and print to let the general public know about PrEP as well as forthcoming HIV prevention like the PrEP ring and injectable. And not least, Esnart drafted a policy brief Too Little for Far Too Long: A Gap Analysis for Adolescent Girls and Young Women, which continues to be employed as an advocacy tool today.
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- PrEP Gaps Exposed, Zambia Daily Mail Limited
- How To Reduce Young Women’s HIV Risk: Go where they go, Zambia Daily Mail
- HIV Vaccines: Are You Aware?, Daily Mail Limited
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