Global Campaign for Microbicides

Index of articles from Global Campaign for Microbicides

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The Global Campaign for Microbicides is a broad-based, international effort to build support among policymakers, opinion leaders, and the general public for increased investment into microbicides and other user-controlled prevention methods. Through advocacy, policy analysis, and social science research, the Campaign's diverse network of over 300 NGOs works to accelerate product development, facilitate widespread access and use, and protect the needs and interests of users, especially women.

Specifically, the goals of the Campaign are to:

  • Raise awareness and mobilise political support for increased funding for microbicide research, female condom and cervical barrier methods;

  • Create a supportive policy environment for the timely development, introduction and use of new prevention technologies; and

  • Ensure that as science proceeds, the public interest is protected and the rights and interests of trial participants, users, and communities are fully represented and respected.

The Global Campaign pursues its work through a small core staff and by funding partner organisations to pursue activities that directly advance the Campaign goals and objectives. The Campaign Secretariat is housed at PATH, an international, nonprofit organisation that improves the health of people around the world.

Global Campaign for Microbicides
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Washington D.C. 20006
Tel: (202) 822-0033
Fax: (202) 457-1466



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