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  • AVAC, IAVI, CASPR partners and stakeholders invite you to the inaugural Africa Health R&D Week, November 8 - 11, a week-long virtual event intended to build on international, continental, and regional advocacy efforts towards increasing domestic financing of research and development as a critical component of health in Africa.

    November 4, 2022
  • In October AVAC’s calendar of webinars took on a range of topics, each crucial for the field, and November’s webinars will be just as rich and diverse. Read on for highlights from October’s discussions and related resources, and be sure to register for webinars and events that are coming up this month, including a Fireside Chat with Tony Fauci!

    November 2, 2022
  • There is lots happening in the world of PrEP, and this update provides news on the first African country to approve injectable CAB for PrEP; a new resource, Cost of Goods Sold Analyses, to understand a key consideration for the introduction of new products; and an upcoming webinar to introduce the new and improved

    October 18, 2022
  • HIV vaccine science is at a crossroads. New science, new findings from recent phase III trials that ended without efficacy, innovations learned from COVID-19 vaccines, and new approaches to trial design are all contributing to a period of innovation and transition in HIV vaccine development. AVAC’s latest blog, An HIV Vaccine: The challenges ahead, frames these issues and draws highlights from a webinar series AVAC convened earlier this year.

    October 6, 2022
  • Join the hundreds of global learners - from more than 20 countries since 2014 - who have benefitted from the Good Participatory Practices (GPP) Course, a unique online learning opportunity about the criticality of stakeholder engagement as part of the research process.

    October 5, 2022
  • Because recent results from major HIV vaccine trials have had disappointments and reframed the questions the field must ask, AVAC hosted a 2022 webinar series on the progress in HIV vaccines in light of a rapidly changing research landscape.

    September 28, 2022
  • This week we are reminded of the importance of sexual and reproductive health and rights as we marked World Contraception Day (Sept. 26) and International Safe Abortion Day (Sept. 28).

    September 28, 2022
    Jeanne Baron
  • The Global Fund’s Seventh Replenishment conference begins this weekend in New York City. Held every three years, these conferences bring governments, philanthropies and the private sector together to pledge their investments to the largest global grant-making source for health systems in low- and moderate-income countries.

    September 16, 2022
  • Models of innovation at the ground-level such as The Global Fund represent essential preparation for future epidemics and pandemics. Human-created borders cannot be allowed to constrain this work.
    September 15, 2022
    John Meade
  • September is a big month for global health, for the HIV response, for pandemic preparedness and equitable access to care around the world.

    September 9, 2022