AVAC Report 2014/15: Prevention on the Line

AVAC Report 2014 2015 Prevention on the Line.pdf

AVAC's 2014-15 report calls for sharper, bolder strategies to end the epidemic. The organisation - tagline: Global Advocacy for HIV prevention - analyses the state of HIV prevention research and implementation, including the targets, strategies and resources needed across the research-to-rollout spectrum.

AVAC Report Prevention on the Line


Of interest across the HIV field, the report is significant for STRIVE because it highlights the importance of structural considerations and a rights-based approach to overcome barriers to population-scale biomedical prevention including Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) and Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision (VMMC).

The report stresses the need to address the needs of all key populations by working for the human rights of men who have sex with men (MSM), female sex-workers (FSW) and intravenous drug users (IDU).

AVAC focuses on targets - why they matter and how to improve their use - a debate of interest to all policymakers, advocates and researchers.

The AVAC resource page includes:

Full report

Executive Summary

A call to action in Vancouver 2015 and Durban 2016

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