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Join us at CROI 2024!

The 31st annual Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections (CROI) kicks off this weekend, and runs from March 3-6 in Denver, Colorado. CROI is the go-to forum for groundbreaking science in the HIV field, and this years’ program is full of exciting new research.

March 2024


Sexually Transmitted Infections

As overall sexually transmitted infections (STI) rates continue to rise globally, STI diagnostic and vaccine research and development (R&D) investments remain underfunded and neglected compared to other infectious diseases, a new...

February 2024


Tell Congress to Reject Cuts and #SaveHIVFunding

Last October when an unprecedented proposal to cut $767 million in federal funding for domestic US HIV programs was put forward in the Congress, AVAC joined PrEP4All, HIVMA, PrEP In Black America, NASTAD, the HIV+Hepatitis Policy...

February 2024


Decolonizing Global Health in 2024 and Beyond

In the year ahead, staking out a course that will advance the HIV response and global health equity faces serious headwinds.

February 2024


What is PrEP Access Right Now and What’s Next in 2024?

AVAC is thrilled to see the launch last week of injectable cabotegravir for PrEP (injectable CAB) in Zambia—the first program outside of the US to do so. And earlier this week the Desmond Tutu Health Foundation in South Africa also announced “the first jab” of injectable CAB administered in its FASTPrEP study.

February 2024


What You Should Know About the FAPP, GAPP and PEPFAR Reauthorization

Engaging the US government is vital to advocacy for HIV prevention, as one of the world’s largest contributors to implementation and research and development. The reach and scale of US funded global health programs have profound impact on the lives and health of people in the US and around the world. Two coalitions, founded by advocates, make it their central mission to inform and influence the US federal government to advance funding and policies to end the HIV epidemic.

February 2024


Webinars to Look Out for in February!

2024 is off and running and a slew of webinars are on the calendar. This selection of topics is both broad and deep, providing updates on the pipeline from cure to vaccines, insights on critical advocacy, a conversation with the new director of NIAID, and opportunities for you to engage. Scroll down for what’s coming up and recordings of webinars from December and January that you may have missed.

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February 2024


Now accepting applications for the 2024 Advocacy Navigator program

Following a successful 2023 program, AVAC is delighted to launch the 2024 Advocacy Navigator program and invites applications from emerging advocates from Eastern and Southern Africa interested in strengthening their skills in HIV prevention advocacy. Applications for the Advocacy Navigator program are now being accepted through 8 March 2024. 

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February 2024


Even a baseline level of meaningful civil society engagement within international for a will do

We have seen in the 40 years of HIV/AIDS that meaningful engagement really turns the tide where biomedical interventions have plateaued in their usefulness. Preventing, preparing, and responding to disease outbreaks necessitates population trust,...

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January 2024


New issue of POSITIVELY AWARE points the way towards a more equitable future

In many ways the world is entering an era of HIV prevention that many of us have spent the last 40 years fighting for— there now exists multiple options for preventing HIV that are safe, highly effective and easy to use. 2012 saw the introduction of the first ARV-based prevention option—daily oral PrEP.

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January 2024


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