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April 14, 2015

Dear Advocate,

AVAC’s website has lots to explore and is constantly updated. If you haven’t visited recently, here’s a small sample of what you’ve missed:

Views on HIV Prevention from the Frontlines — Blogs, presentations and discussion summaries from AVAC’s fifth annual Advocacy Partners' Forum which brought nearly 90 advocates, largely from sub-Saharan Africa, together for a three day discussion of the state of prevention advocacy. 

An Advocate’s Guide to Influencing PEPFAR Country Operational Plans (COPs) — Want to understand what a PEPFAR COP is, how civil society input can and should change it and why to act now? Click for a range of tools.

Newly Updated Basic Factsheets — Each of our basic, two-page intervention-specific factsheets got an update last month. Check out these user-friendly tools on our intervention-specific pages, where you’ll also find links to “What We’re Reading” and “Featured Resources” for each strategy. 

Details on PrEP Demonstration and Implementation Studies — An up-to-date table detailing planned and ongoing studies that are helping inform PrEP rollout in Africa, Europe, Latin America and the United States. For more in-depth information about PrEP and links to a wide range of resources, please also visit our PrEPWatch site.

Presenting the First GPP Online Training Certificate Recipients — We’re pleased to announce the inaugural group of Certified GPP Implementers! Click to learn more about the course.

Have a tool we should add to our Resource Database? Have a comment on one of our blogs posts? Please be in touch at



April 21: New Frontiers in HIV Prevention, Treatment and CureDr. Sarah Schlesinger, of Rockefeller University, will provide an overview of recent developments in passive immunization including new data published last week. She and other resource people will be on hand to take questions. This webinar is the next in our year-long series of web-based dialogues that is delving into issues raised in our recent AVAC Report, Prevention on the Line. Links to recordings and slides from the other calls in the series are at HIV Prevention the Line.


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