Improving HIV prevention and sexual and reproductive health care in high risk women in Rwanda using lessons learned from previous Rinda Ubuzima projects

Project Details


The purpose of this project is to use the HIV prevention and SRH capacity that RU has built during the first 10 years of its existence to:1) formalize its role as an HIV prevention/SRH research and training centre in Rwanda2) demonstrate to and with stakeholders that it is feasible and affordable to improve SRH services in high rsik women using results from previous RU studies3) engage the stakeholders in discussions about potential adaptations of the Rwanda STI treatment guidelines, potential opportunities for better integration of vertical HIV and SRH programs and potential roll-out of novel vaginal microbides and multipurpose prevention technologies for HIV and pregnancy prevention as soon as efficacious products become available
Effective start/end date1/01/1630/06/18


  • The European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership : €24,103.75


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