MPii Projects’ Technical Presence at AIDS 2018

MPii Projects’ Technical Presence at AIDS 2018

Three MPii projects showcased their evidence-based work at AIDS 2018 in Amsterdam, from July 21 – 27, 2018. Here’s an overview of what was presented:


Insight to Impact: Driving Demand Creation for HIV Prevention.”

Oral Abstract Session
“Factors influencing initiation, continuation & discontinuation of oral PrEP at selected facilities in South Africa.”
Part of the session, PrEP: Work in progress

Poster Exhibitions
“Modeling the potential impact of the dapivirine ring for HIV prevention.”
“Private sector opportunities to deliver oral PrEP to women”


Oral Abstract Session
“Should I take PrEP? A mental models assessment of young African women’s motivations for and barriers to PrEP initiation and adherence.”
Part of the session, Time for a youthquake in HIV prevention and treatment

Poster Exhibitions
“Sexual behaviour and PrEP uptake among young African women in a demonstration project about PrEP delivery.”
“High prevalence of curable STIs among young women initiating PrEP in Kenya and South Africa.”
“A comparative study of risk among adolescent girls and young women who accept or decline PrEP uptake from a community-based mobile clinic.”


Poster Exhibitions
“Effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of condomless sex-targeted PrEP in KwaZulu Natal, South Africa: Influence of HIV testing frequency and 1st line ART regimen.”
“Monitoring strategies for HIV drug resistance in PrEP rollout settings.”

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