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AVAC tracks global PrEP use by conducting quarterly surveys of ongoing oral PrEP demonstration and implementation projects, and collecting data from manufacturers and government agencies. This graphic shows data on PrEP initiations around the globe....
This infographic provides a comprehensive overview of HIV vaccine and antibody efficacy trials. Over 20 years and 12 trials, only two positive signals have been observed.
In the year ahead, staking out a course that will advance the HIV response and global health equity faces serious headwinds.
The Coalition to Accelerate Access to Long-Acting PrEP brings together leading donors, agencies, and advocates aimed at a practical goal: jointly develop strategies and take coordinated action to identify and overcome access challenges to just-approved and future PrEP options. AVAC serves as the Secretariat.
A new initiative bringing together leading donors, agencies and advocates to ensure an accelerated and equitable approach to making longer-acting PrEP options accessible as quickly and as equitably as possible.
AVAC is thrilled to see the launch of injectable cabotegravir for PrEP (injectable CAB) in Zambia—the first program outside of the US to do so. And the Desmond Tutu Health Foundation in South Africa recently announced “the first jab” of injectable CAB administered in its FASTPrEP study.
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. 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.
AVAC and REACH for the Cure hosted a webinar to discuss how the environment may impact HIV cure strategies.
The Advocacy Navigator program is open to any AVAC Alumni interested in serving as a mentor to emerging HIV prevention advocates currently residing in Southern or Eastern Africa. This is a six month program in HIV prevention advocacy. The mentor...
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