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Achieving
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End of AIDS

Achieving
the
End of
AIDS

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The world is talking about ending AIDS. AVAC’s advocacy is dedicated to realizing that vision. To get there we must:

  • Deliver proven tools for immediate impacts.
  • Demonstrate and roll out new HIV prevention tools.
  • Develop long-term solutions to end the epidemic.

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Spotlight

  • April 26, 2017

    In this webinar, we were joined by Dr. James Kiarie, coordinator of the Human Reproduction Team at the World Health Organization. Dr. Kiarie presented new guidance from WHO on hormonal contraceptive eligibility for women at high risk of HIV.

  • April 20, 2017

    This year will mark the 20th anniversary of HIV Vaccine Awareness Day (HVAD). On this May 18, as HIV prevention advocates we find ourselves in new terrain when it comes to vaccine research—both in terms of scientific progress and the challenging political environment. And read on for a range of HVAD tools and resources for the day and for year-round vaccine advocacy.

  • April 20, 2017

    In April, countries across Africa review and finalize their annual PEPFAR-supported HIV programs. AVAC joined Health Gap and MSMGF to support and prepare MSM advocates attending the reviews.

  • April 4, 2017

    How many doses of oral PrEP must be taken to build up protective levels of drug in the blood? In a webinar, representatives from the CDC and WHO will review their respective guidance development processes and the role, use, contexts and audience for guidance documents. Recording now available.

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What We Do

AVAC uses education, policy analysis, advocacy, community mobilization and a network of global collaborations to accelerate ethical development and global delivery of biomedical HIV prevention options. Read more

Px Methods

AVAC advocates for a comprehensive response to the epidemic, involving smart use of every proven HIV prevention option available today and sustained research into many new strategies.