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    The Africa DREAMS: Malawi Communities Investing in Education for Child Health and Safety (CIECHS) project focuses on gender and education as critical ways to reduce the incidence of HIV. CIECHS is funded by the DREAMS Innovation Challenge.
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    The Zambia Defense Force HIV Prevention Cross-Cutting project works to strengthen the Zambia Defense Force Medical Services in 47 military facilities.
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    The Zimbabwe HIV Care and Treatment (ZHCT) project will increase the availability and quality of care and treatment services for persons living with HIV and AIDS, primarily through nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) and private-sector channels.
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    The OPTIONS Consortium represents an international, multidisciplinary partnership of global, regional and country experts across the antiretroviral-based HIV prevention research-to-rollout continuum. The consortium’s goal is to provide...
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    Under Envision FP, USAID’s flagship contraceptive technology research award, FHI 360 will develop, introduce and expand understanding of contraceptive technologies to enhance choice and reduce unmet need. 
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    Injectable contraceptives are among the most popular family planning options. They are safe, effective and discreet. But, in many countries, they are not widely available outside clinic settings. 
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    FHI 360 participates in the Sexually Transmitted Infections Clinical Trials Group (STI-CTG), a collaboration of institutions that work together to develop and administer a research program (clinical research and trials) that will contribute to human...
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    Should ongoing clinical trials identify an effective microbicide, the next challenge will be to ensure product access and use. Communication campaigns will play a critical role in generating demand and encouraging correct use.
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    The Building Healthy Communities project is focused on building evidence that integrated, multisector efforts to improve community health are more effective than nonintegrated approaches.
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    The goal of the Contraceptive Technology Innovation (CTI) Initiative is to develop new and strategically important contraceptives, through a strong focus on global partnerships, that ensures wide access to quality, affordable and acceptable products...