Ending AIDS: IPM's CEO on Investing in Innovative HIV Prevention Tools for Women
How can we end the 35-year-old crisis within the next generation, and also reap the many benefits that will follow for sustainable development? To bring us closer to the end of HIV and AIDS, multiple priorities must be addressed. Stopping its spread among women is one of the most vital — and often overlooked.
Ending AIDS must start with women because they bear the greatest burden. Promising new tools like a monthly vaginal ring and daily oral ARV pills offer new hope for women's HIV prevention. IPM's CEO Zeda Rosenberg highlights how investments in innovation for women's sexual and reproductive health can advance HIV prevention efforts. Read the full piece.