This primerserves as a brief “how to guide” for providers interested in providing PrEP to their patients. It explains how to identify patients who may be candidates for PrEP, discussing PrEP with patients, and assessing how patients will pay for the treatment.
This flow chart is intended for both consumers and health care providers, and helps them with accessing services and covering medical costs related to PrEP.
This brochure briefly explains what PrEP is, when and how to talk to your doctor aobut whether you are a good candidate for PrEP, and what happens before, during, and after your visit.
This is a series of infrographics directed at the consumer, and providing answers to questions such as
- Are you ready for PrEP?
- How does PrEP work?
- How do I start it?
This page provides answers to many questions about PrEP, including:
This is a fact sheet for consumers, answering some basic questions:
- What is PrEP?
- Is PrEP right for you?
- Visit your doctor
- How can you get help to pay for PrEP?
This is a video meant for consumers, explaining what PrEP does, how it works, and what side effects it may have.
The purpose of this National Action Plan is to foster an environment of prevention in Scotland and to improve the welfare and quality of life of FGM survivors, with a focus on the linked areas of prevention, protecting girls at risk of FGM; and provision of appropriate support and sensitive services for survivors of FGM.
The Saleema Initiative in Sudan provides positive communication tools that support the protection of girls from genital cutting, particularly in the context of efforts to promote collective abandonment of the practice at community level.
A project by Population Media Center includes the production of radio programs in three languages (Amharic, Afar, and Somali):