The REACH Study (MTN-034)













REACH (Reversing the Epidemic in Africa with Choices in HIV prevention), or MTN-034, is a Phase IIa study that seeks to understand the HIV prevention needs and preferences of adolescent girls and young women, who are among the most vulnerable to HIV in sub-Saharan Africa. Specifically, REACH will evaluate how adolescent girls and young women use the monthly dapivirine vaginal ring and Truvada® as daily pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) and their preferences for either or both approaches. The study will also collect much needed information on the safety of these approaches in young women.


New study aims to empower teen girls and young women with choices in HIV prevention



About the REACH Study (MTN-034)



Dapivirine Ring Studies in adolescent girls and young women Q&A



Explainer Video About Reach



See Also

MTN-034 Study Protocol


MTN-034 Study Page


HIV prevention dapivirine vaginal ring found safe and acceptable in US adolescent girls



Meeting Report: Stakeholders consultation on REACH (MTN-034)



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