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IAVI Fact Sheets
A vaccine is the world’s best hope to end AIDS. Despite impressive progress in delivering HIV treatment, ending the AIDS pandemic will require new approaches to prevent HIV infection. An effective vaccine would dramatically reduce HIV infections and deaths globally. Without a vaccine, we may actually see increases in infection rates.
An effective HIV vaccine will help to end the AIDS epidemic in the U.S. while reducing the cost of treatment programs domestically and overseas.
An overview of the progress IAVI and partners have made in 2017 toward our pursuit of the development of vaccines and other technologies to prevent HIV infection and AIDS.
Policy & Advocacy Publications
Developed by the East Africa Health Research Commission with support from IAVI, this document outlines strategies to help close the domestic health financing gap in Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Uganda, and Tanzania.
These guidelines have been developed to operationalize the plan specific to key populations identified in Kenya’s Fast Track Plan, namely young women who sell sex, young men who have sex with men, and young people who inject drugs. This document defines these three populations by their HIV risk and vulnerability and identifies optimal strategies that will prevent new infections among the populations.
Ethics review is central to health research activity in the context of timely discoveries and enhanced access to new technologies and interventions. The rapid increase and complexity of inter-disciplinary, multi-partner, cross-border health research currently taking place in East Africa lends urgency to building and strengthening capacity for competent Research Ethics Committees (RECs) in the East African region. The availability of robust ethics review systems both nationally and regionally is ...
Best practices guidance in conducting HIV research with gay, bisexual, and other men who have sex with men (MSM) in rights-constrained environments.