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Project SOAR: robust evidence to improve the global HIV response
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Recent advances in the global HIV response hold great promise for ending the epidemic. Project SOAR implementation science research generates insights to inform and improve the provision of life-saving HIV prevention and treatment. This Special Collection presents SOAR research that evaluates innovative service delivery approaches, models cost and impact, and elucidates social barriers to care.
Image Credit: Kate Gannett Merrill, Johns Hopkins University
May 6, 2020Melissa A. Stockton, Michael Udedi, Kazione Kulisewa, Mina C. Hosseinipour, Bradley N. Gaynes, Steven M. Mphonda, Joanna Maselko, Audrey E. Pettifor, Ruth Verhey, Dixon Chibanda, Ilana Lapidos-Salaiz, Brian W. Pence
April 2, 2020Julie A. Denison, Virginia M. Burke, Sam Miti, Bareng A. S. Nonyane, Christiana Frimpong, Katherine G. Merrill, Elizabeth A. Abrams, Jonathan K. Mwansa
Led by the Population Council in partnership with Avenir Health, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, Johns Hopkins University, Palladium, and The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Project SOAR (Supporting Operational AIDS Research) is a six-year initiative that consists of more than 70 research activities in 24 countries.
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Project SOAR (Cooperative Agreement AID-OAA-A-14-00060) is made possible by the generous support of the American people through the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief and the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).