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End-User Acceptability (D2D Pillar 1)

As one of two Pillars of the Design to Delivery Hub, End-User Acceptability have an overall goal of generating and collating insights on the acceptability of and preferences for HIV prevention products from end-users, i.e., women in local communities with high rates of HIV, and key influencers, such as male partners, healthcare providers and religious leaders. Activities intend to generate rapid feedback about different products and product classes about their acceptability of different attributes and overall interest in using these products to inform product-specific decisions related to target product profiles and to identify research and development needs and priorities. 

Key contacts

Betsy Tolley
Kenneth Ngure
Thesla Palanee-Phillips