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Gender-related Barriers to HIV Prevention Methods: A Review of Post-exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) Policies for Sexual Assault

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This report reviews Post-exposure Prophylaxis (PEP) policies for sexual assault. Institutions and programs should consider the gender barriers explored in this review when creating new PEP guidelines and, where current guidelines do exist, they should implement protocols and procedures to ensure that they address such barriers. By doing so, PEPFAR focus countries will be better positioned to increase access to high-quality PEP services for sexual assault survivors.

Document Type: Technical Reports: Global
No. of Pages:  
Country: Global 
Keywords: Gender, GBV, Prevention 

Last Updated 3/3/10

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