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The “who” informs the “what”: Identifying the target population in Sub-Saharan Africa to design impactful multipurpose prevention technologies

The “who” informs the “what”: Identifying the target population in Sub-Saharan Africa to design impactful multipurpose prevention technologies
05-06 May 2019
San Francisco, CA, USA

At the 2019 YTH Live Conference, the epidemiological assessment of young women in Sub-Saharan Africa with high unmet need for contraception and HIV prevention was presented with the goal of identifying and characterizing the target population for which MPT development should be focused.

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Christopher, E.
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Health Risk(s):
  • HIV
  • STI / STD
  • Unintended Pregnancy
  • Region(s):
  • Africa
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