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LOCAL PARTNERSHIPS: PREPARING TO SUPPORT SUSTAINED ACCESS AND EFFECTIVE USE OF HIV PREVENTION PRODUCTS

The success of efforts to introduce new pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) methods for HIV prevention, such as the PrEP ring and injectable CAB PrEP, will also rely on local partners. That’s why one of MOSAIC’s five strategic objectives is dedicated to strengthening local partner capacity to design and implement high-quality product introduction activities and research.

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CHANGING THE DYNAMIC: HOW THE HIV PREVENTION AMBASSADOR TRAINING PACKAGE IS ENHANCING YOUTH ENGAGEMENT IN ZIMBABWE

The HIV Prevention Ambassador Training Package is designed to support the meaningful engagement of youth “Ambassadors” in helping adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) remain free from HIV. Recognizing young people as full partners in HIV prevention is a key step toward equalizing the response to the epidemic — today’s World AIDS Day theme and call to action.

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PARENTS, PARTNERS, AND PEERS: THE ROLE OF INFLUENCERS IN ADOLESCENT GIRLS’ AND YOUNG WOMEN’S PrEP USE

We know that adolescent girls and young women live complex lives full of important relationships that shape the decisions they make. Yet too often efforts to generate demand for PrEP fail to reach beyond the individual user to her support system—those trusted people in her life who she leans on when making important choices. But demand generation for PrEP is evolving.

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INTRODUCING MOSAIC’S NEXTGEN SQUAD

In this photo story, MOSAIC NextGen Squad representatives introduce themselves through their stories. They share their passions, what led them to work in HIV prevention, their thoughts on MOSAIC, and their hopes and dreams for the future.

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A NEW OPTION TO TRANSFORM HIV PREVENTION

The future of HIV prevention is here. Injectable cabotegravir (CAB) is the most effective, longest-acting option for avoiding the virus. Until now, pre-exposure prophylaxis (or PrEP) medicine taken to prevent HIV has only been available as an oral pill that must be taken daily. CAB needs to be injected only once every two months.

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