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Accelerate Product Innovation & Availability

Bringing effective prevention options to those who need them most

Innovative biomedical prevention products recently approved, or within the development pipeline, have the potential to provide prevention options that give people greater self-determination. Daily oral PrEP is the pioneer of these innovations and demand is growing. The lessons we learn from the rollout of daily oral PrEP will lead the way as we develop and roll out new interventions.

We work in support of:
  • Timely, efficient, effective and affordable prevention options
  • Getting products faster to market and to scale
We focus on:
  • Understanding the products’ users
  • Compiling and analyzing market data
  • Sharing information
  • Bringing effective prevention options to those who need them

Projects

OPTIONS Consortium — Coordinate programs and funding within USAID to bring oral PrEP and dapirivine vaginal ring to the people who need it. Core partners: FHI 360, WITS RHI

Prevention Market Manager – Work with partners across the prevention research-to-rollout spectrum to expand the portfolio of options and ensure products are available, accessible and used by those who need them most. Core partner: CHAI



Breaking the Cycle of Transmission - A two-year collaboration using human-centered design and behavioral economics to learn how best to reach adolescent girls and young women with HIV prevention products and programs. Core partners: Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Final Mile, Upstream, Ask AfriKa and the Surgo Foundation

Resources

At PrEPwatch.org find and share practical tools and resources for governments and implementing partners to build on experience and roll out a faster, smarter scale up of PrEP and other biomedical prevention.

Visit PrEPWatch.org for a step-by-step framework for planning the introduction of PrEP.

And there is a lot of talk these days about the use of design in health For an in-depth look at what this is all about, check out DesignforHealth.org and its resource, Value of Design, that promotes the appropriate use and value of design as an approach to help global health practitioners achieve even more impact.