EGPAF conducts a broad clinical and implementation research portfolio of studies focused on optimizing health service delivery, building an evidence base for innovative strategies and novel technologies, and effectively scaling up promising interventions. EGPAF’s Global Research Unit brings expertise in clinical, implementation, community, regulatory, statistical, qualitative and quantitative research – working closely with its country-based staff, ministries of health, and partner organizations to design and conduct rigorous research and evaluation activities across Africa.

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Where We Work

EGPAF supports activities in 19 countries, providing 27 million women with services to prevent the transmission of HIV to their babies.

Making an impact

Over its 30 year existence, EGPAF has helped to achieve dramatic reductions in the number of new HIV infections among children. Our data dashboards provide real-time information on how we're working towards an AIDS-Free Generation.

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