HIV prevention strategy for the Gates Foundation

Project name:
A new HIV prevention strategy for the Gates Foundation

Behavioural Science


Area of Expertise:
Behavioural sciences

The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation (BMGF)

2015 – ongoing


The HIV prevention field is changing rapidly as treatment becomes widely available and as new prevention technologies reach the market. The BMGF commits significant funding to healthcare and HIV, and needs to decide whether its strategic focus areas are appropriate in this changing landscape.

We are supporting the BMGF by contracting experts worldwide to answer these questions. The Imperial College, London is modelling the impact of various HIV prevention interventions and determining which combinations would have the most impact. The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine has also prepared various reviews and thought pieces to assist the foundation

The Health team has ensured that the approaches and recommendations used in these projects are grounded in the reality of the Southern African HIV epidemic, which is the most severe in the world. Once completed, this work will guide the investments the foundation will make. The resulting papers will also be published and made available to a wide audience of opinion leaders and policy-makers.


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