PATH’s expertise in woman-controlled methods of preventing HIV will be highlighted this month during a series of events hosted by the Global Health Council.
The Council, a membership organization of individuals and entities working in global health, regularly hosts policy series during which global health professionals gather to discuss and engage policymakers on the issues. The series generally include educational forums for those working in global health, congressional briefings, and dinners where global health professionals and policymakers can further mingle and lay the groundwork for future collaboration.
The theme for the current series is female-controlled methods of preventing HIV, with each individual event focusing on a particular prevention method. Our staff will participate on panel discussions on the female condom (June 14, 2:00 to 3:30 p.m.), cervical barrier methods (June 22, 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.), and microbicides (June 27, 10:00 to 11:30 a.m.).
- Find out more information on these events and the policy series on the Council’s website.
- Read about PATH’s work to develop a woman’s condom for the developing world.
- Read about our work on the Global Campaign for Microbicides and our research on microbicide applicators.