SCOPE: Reporting on the HIV biomedical prevention pipeline, PrEP implementation issues and interventions to increase awareness and access to HIV combination prevention

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In May and June 2022, EATG organised two community mutual learning and advocacy planning meetings on scaling up awareness and access to combination prevention tools. In this page you will find reports from both meetings in English and Russian. The meetings are part of the SCOPE project, which aims to strengthen the skills and knowledge of community health workers, advocates and researchers in the field of HIV combination prevention.


This report on the e-meeting for community educators and advocates on the HIV Biomedical Prevention Pipeline and PrEP Implementation Issues summarises presentation highlights and key advocacy take away from a community perspective. This meeting was jointly hosted by EATG, Prepster, AIDS Action Europe (AAE), AVAC and Eurasian Coalition on Male Health (ECOM). Click here to see the recording.


This report on the face-to-face workshop with community health workers from across Europe and Central Asia on challenges and good, innovative practices in delivering person-centred HIV prevention services highlights the key learnings from the exchange and outlines advocacy priorities that emerged.



The Strategic Community HIV Prevention Empowerment (SCOPE) Project has been developed by the EATG and was made possible through a grant from ViiV Healthcare Europe Ltd

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