High variability in the measurement of HIV primary prevention activities and outcomes: the need for consensus in global HIV prevention indicators

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Read CIGH Director Dr. Charles Holmes and Senior Programs Manager Anna Carter’s recently published article in the Journal of the International AIDS Society discussing the need to refocus attention on achieving greater consensus on a global measurement framework for HIV prevention. Along with colleagues across the HIV prevention space, they analyzed hundreds of primary prevention indicators across twenty-six countries’ National Strategic Plans and global stakeholder documents. Their analysis reveals a lack of consensus both between and within countries’ and global stakeholders’ measurement of HIV prevention. They found a large need for greater consensus on global HIV prevention indicators to accurately measure and achieve quality prevention. Read the full article here: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/jia2.25645