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Case Study

Data from a 2009 modeling exercise suggested that Rwanda has a mixed HIV epidemic, meaning that transmission occurs within both most-at-risk popula

Prompted by a growing knowledge of the complexity of HIV transmission, many countries are reassessing the nature of their HIV epidemics. "Mixed" ep

HIV Prevention Knowledge Base Entry

Structural approaches reduce an individual’s vulnerability to HIV by creating the conditions in which people can adopt safer behaviors. For example

Combination prevention is based on the idea that there is an optimal mix of interventions that will provide the greatest impact. Combination approa

Pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) aims to prevent acquisition of HIV through use of antiretroviral (ARV) agents before potential exposure to HIV. Sev

Due to the complexity of HIV prevention, both programmatic and policy-related interven

HIV programs generally define abstinence as not engaging in sexual intercourse, delaying sexual debut, or, for those who have already been sexually

Mass media interventions aim to prevent HIV by increasing knowledge, improving risk perception, changing sexual behaviors, and questioning potentia

Technical Consultation Material

February 2011, Ghana - Seventy participants from 11 countries with mixed epidemics in sub-Saharan Africa, members of the PEPFAR Technical

February 2009, India - This meeting centered on a discussion of essential program dimensions that must be part of any effort to reach MARP

Report

This program review is a direct response to the urgent need to strengthen and expand HIV prevention for men who have sex with men and sex workers

 

This document provides key findings for guiding programming for most-at-risk populations in mixed epidemic settings.