PZAT SARSYC Presentations in Malawi

PZAT Programme Officer, Cleopatra Makura, presented on the Progress on biomedical HIV prevention interventions for young women in Southern Africa: Giving women the choice and options […]

HIV Vaccine Awareness Day

HIV Vaccine Awareness (HVA) Day is commemorated every year on the 18th of May. It is internationally recognized as a day of raising awareness of the […]

“…PrEp saved me from getting HIV…” – Experiences of an oral prep user.

Four years into using Oral PrEP, one user shared his testimony to encourage adherence among young men who were recently initiated on Oral PrEP. This was […]

Accepted Abstracts

CONGRATULATIONS to our talented authors from the MOSAIC and Zim-TTECH projects on the acceptance of their abstracts as e-poster presentations for the 24th International AIDS Conference, […]

KEY POPULATION HOT SPOT MAPPING: THE GENESIS

Key Populations (KPs) are still at the highest risk of getting HIV infections. Facility level stigma, discrimination and negative values are some of the challenges that […]

South Africa approves the Dapirivine Ring for use

South Africa has approved of the Dapirivine Ring as a HIV prevention option for women. Click the links below for more information:  https://avac.org/blog/avac-applauds-south-africa-approval-dapivirine-vaginal-ring-hiv-prevention-option-women… https://ipmglobal.org/content/south-africa-approves-dapivirine-vaginal-ring-use-women 

Happy No Smoking Day

Quitting smoking does not have to be stressful Pangaea Zimbabwe envisions an environment in which all people live healthy, productive, and quality lives. With this vision […]

Pangaea Zimbabwe’s consultations on the PrEP Ring and CAB-PrEP.

As Zimbabwe thinks ahead in expanding HIV prevention options, the country is in the process of adapting the WHO guidance on the dapivirine vaginal ring (PrEP […]

Social Media Messaging for HIV Testing in Zimbabwe

                   Through a National Institutes of Health (NIH) funded research project, in partnership with the Centre for AIDS […]

Importance of psychosocial-support for Key Population

Psycho-education is regarded as one of the best forms of educating patients about treatment. PZAT through the ZIMTTECH (Zimbabwe Technical Assistance, Training and Education for Health) […]