Category Archives: UNFPA

  1. Positive Feedback from Anti-HIV Gel Research

    From The Standard, by Kudzai Chimhangwa The success of tests into the effectiveness of anti-HIV gels to be used by women before engaging in sex has presented Zimbabwe with another chance of further reducing the rapid transmission of the virus. According to various presentations made at a feedback workshop organised by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) Read More >>

    Africa, Microbicides, Tenofovir, UNFPA, Zimbabwe
  2. Funding for rectal microbicides has DECREASED in two years

    According to the latest report just released by the HIV Vaccines and Microbicides Resource Tracking Working Group, funding for rectal microbicides research has decreased significantly in the past 2 years. When IRMA last tracked resources dedicated to RM research in 2006, we estimated that US$7.2 million was spent globally. According to the report Adapting to Realities: Trends Read More >>

    amfAR, Australia, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Canada, Europe, European Commission, funding, rectal microbicide, Rockefeller Foundation, UNFPA, United States, World Bank