The following is a selection of recent fact sheets and policy guidance documents produced by IAVI in partnership with key stakeholders. These include:

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For global statistics on HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, and infectious diseases, please visit the WHO and UNAIDS websites.


IAVI Fact Sheets

About IAVI

IAVI is a nonprofit organization dedicated to developing vaccines and antibodies for HIV, tuberculosis, emerging infectious diseases, and neglected diseases. Our mission is to translate scientific discoveries into...Download

The world needs an HIV vaccine

The only way to end HIV/AIDS as a public health problem of global importance is with a vaccine. IAVI remains committed to developing a safe, effective, globally useful one.Download

The urgent need for a TB vaccine

A vaccine is necessary to end the TB epidemic. IAVI and partners continue to make strides to reach this goal.Download

Emerging infectious diseases vaccines

IAVI is applying its vaccine development expertise and working with a group of expert international partners to develop vaccines to prevent emerging infectious diseases.Download

Antibodies for HIV prevention

IAVI and partners are applying their expertise gained from HIV vaccine research to produce what could be a breakthrough in the fight against HIV/AIDS: an injection of bnAbs to prevent HIV infection.Download

Snakebite: The world's biggest hidden health crisis

Snakebite is a potentially life-threatening neglected tropical disease that is responsible for immense suffering. IAVI is working in a consortium of expert partners to develop next-generation snakebite treatments.Download


ADVANCE (Accelerate the Development of Vaccines and New Technologies to Combat the AIDS Epidemic) is a 10-year cooperative agreement with the U.S. Agency for International Development, through PEPFAR.Download

IAVI Design and Development Lab

The IAVI Vaccine Design and Development Lab generates and develops innovative HIV and emerging infectious diseases vaccine candidates to address global public health needs.Download




IAVI 2019 Annual Report

An overview of the progress IAVI and partners made in 2019 toward our pursuit to translate scientific discoveries into affordable, globally accessible public health solutions.Download

IAVI 2018 Annual Report

An overview of the progress IAVI and partners made in 2018 toward our pursuit to translate scientific discoveries into affordable, globally accessible public health solutions.Download



Advocacy & Policy Publications

Evolving access pathways for long-acting HIV prevention products (2021)

This report explores potential bottlenecks and provides recommendations to accelerate access to future HIV prevention products.Download

Expanding access to monoclonal antibody-based products: A global call to action

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Factors which Contribute to or Inhibit Women in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics in Africa (2020)

Insights to the challenges in pursuing and succeeding at STEM careers faced by women in Africa.Download

Health Research and Innovation Strategy for Africa (2019)

Facilitating coordinated, sustainable, and responsive health research and innovation to provide effective interventions for health in AfricaDownload

Innovative Domestic Financing for Health Research in the East African Community (2018)

This document outlines strategies to help close the domestic health financing gap in Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, and Tanzania.Download

National Implementation Guidelines for HIV and STI Programming Among Young Key Populations (2018)

Guidelines to operationalize the plan specific to KPs in Kenya’s Fast Track Plan: young women who sell sex, young MSM, and young injection drug users.Download

The Path towards Harmonization of Ethics Review Frameworks in East Africa: Policy Brief (2018)

IAVI advocates for the alignment of research ethics committees across East Africa to accelerate and enhance the region's scientific research outputs.Download

National Violence Prevention and Response Protocol - Kenya (2017)

Guidance on responding to and preventing violence against key populations in Kenya, and to increase their access to HIV prevention and care services.Download

Respect, Protect, Fulfill: MSM Research Guidance 2015-English

Best practices guidance in conducting HIV research with gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men in rights-constrained environments.Download



Community Engagement Resources

Volunteer Introduction to TB Vaccine Clinical Research


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