PrEP implementation for mothers in antenatal care
John-Stewart et al.
Type of approach
Type of assistance
Vulnerable population: Vulnerable population: pregnant women
UNAIDS HIV prevalence (2017)
0.2 [0.2 - 0.2]
Cluster-randomized clinical trial (RCT) in 20 Maternal Child Health (MCH) clinics in western Kenya (10 clinics per arm, 200 women per clinic, 4000 women overall) to compare 2 models of pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) delivery in pregnancy. Clinics will offer universal availability of PrEP (and women self-select whether to use) or targeted offer of PrEP (i.e., offer to women identified as high-risk through a standardized risk assessment and partner self-testing, and then women identified as high-risk select whether to use). Leveraging the pre-existing MCH clinic visit schedule will enable programmatically relevant assessment of PrEP uptake, use, and HIV incidence.
Summary of findings
Willingness to pay
Willingness to pay details
Linkage to prevention, care and treatment