AIDSTAR-One and the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) developed this resource tool to define and describe various aspects of structural prevention interventions, particularly in generalized epidemic contexts.

The toolkit was developed as part of a larger project that included a series of five position papers commissioned by STRIVE and AIDSTAR-One. These were launched at a panel presentation hosted by PEPFAR in Washington, DC on 11 September 2013. You can download the papers and a selected presentations from the launch event here.

In order to guide users to operationalise structural programming for HIV prevention, the toolkit comprises:

  • a framework of key concepts and definitions for understanding structural interventions and drivers
  • a stepwise approach
  • examples of successful country examples

The toolkit is designed to guide

  • U.S. Government teams
  • decision makers who set funding priorities for interventions
  • national HIV programmes and planners

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