Social Science Research
This database lists social science research related to AIDS vaccine development conducted with IAVI’s support.
|AIDS vaccine research participation in Kenya: understanding gender-related barriers and social impact||Completed||Kenya||Equitable numbers of men and women, past and current AIDS vaccine trial participants and participants of an epidemiological study||104|
|Barriers and opportunities for involving MSM and transgender (TG) communities in HIV-prevention research in four cities in India||Completed||India||Men who have sex with men (MSM) and transgender (TG) populations in four cities in the three high prevalence states of India – Mumbai in Maharashtra, Hyderabad in Andhra Pradesh and Chennai and Madurai in Tamil Nadu.||0|
|New vaccine introduction in Tamil Nadu: a case study of the HPV vaccine||Completed||India||Key policy makers and other influential stakeholders including medical professionals, government officers, and representatives from non-governmental organizations (NGOs), religious organizations, and international development agencies||27|
|Ensuring quality of services in HIV-prevention research settings: findings from a multi-center quality improvement pilot in East Africa||Completed||Uganda
|Volunteers at 3 IAVI-sponsored research centers in Kenya & Uganda||0|
|An exploratory study of fishing communities in Uganda to determine suitability as candidate populations for HIV-prevention trials||Completed||Uganda||Two fishing communities along the shores of Lake Victoria in Kampala and Wakiso districts, Uganda||0|