As coverage of male circumcision increases, it becomes more difficult to identify eligible men for this HIV prevention activity. Using triangulated data to generate maps has helped to identify areas of eligible men and thus increased program performance by 200 percent. Through innovative solutions like this one, Tanzania is on-track to reach its target of 90 percent male circumcision coverage among 10-29 year-olds by 2020.
As part of the efforts to scale-up HIV testing services (HTS) and prevention interventions, along with proactive referrals to antiretroviral treatment (ART), PrEP for HIV prevention was formally made available in late 2015. However, there were no data on the acceptability to guide targeting and roll-out. Since PrEP is a relatively new prevention intervention in PEPFAR countries, PEPFAR’s partners will need technical assistance to scale best practices with fidelity and to ensure that implementation addresses the diversity of target populations across varied settings.