Are you passionate about women’s health, and need MPT-related images, slides, talking points, or other collateral to include in your communications and advocacy efforts?
The IMPT’s template PowerPoint slide deck, fact sheets, and other collateral are available to download below for your use. Check out these resources or contact us for more information on how you can get involved.
MPTs & the IMPT Platform
The MPTs & the IMPT Platform is a PowerPoint presentation created by the IMPT Secretariat at CAMI Health to help our colleagues integrate MPTs into their talks and presentations. Please email IMPT@cami-health.org with any feedback on how you used this information.
Word on the Street: Women Share Their Reproductive Health Stories
View the full Word on the Street collection featuring Word on the Street: South Africa (2022) and Word on the Street: Kenya (2023).
HIV, other sexually transmitted infections (STIs), and unmet need for contraception are significant health risks for women globally. Adolescent girls and young women (AGYW) in sub-Saharan Africa (SSA) are disproportionately affected by these interlinked risks, as are women in many other regions of the world.
However, data alone tell an incomplete story. Word on the Street is a collection of interactive StoryMaps that bring the reproductive health data to life through digital storytelling. These StoryMaps amplify the voices of women around their reproductive health concerns, desires, and quality of life. These StoryMaps emphasize the game-changing potential of multipurpose prevention technologies (MPTs) to improve the health of women & their communities in SSA.
Word on the Street was built in collaboration between CAMI Health, partners in SSA and the US using Esri’s ArcGIS platform. Filming was conducted in South Africa and Kenya in areas identified as “hotspots” for multipurpose prevention technologies (MPTs) based on the MPT Target Population Mapping Tool, created by CAMI Health. Hotspots are the sub-national areas in SSA where the total addressable market for contraception (TAMC) and high HIV prevalence overlap.
Word on the Street: South Africa reflects stories collected from Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town in South Africa, Kampala in Uganda, and Harare in Zimbabwe and documented as part of a collaboration between CAMI Health, Wits RHI, and FHI 360. It was made possible by the generous support of the American people through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) and the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) through the terms of cooperative agreement AID-OAA-A-15-00045.
Word on the Street: Kenya reflects stories collected from Kisumu and Nairobi in Kenya and documented as part of a collaboration between CAMI Health, KEMRI, and Union Movie Works supported by a ViiV Healthcare Positive Action Programme grant.
MPT Target Population Identification Mapping Tool
This interactive map illustrates the overlap in HIV prevalence in women and the total addressable market for contraception (women currently using a modern method as well as those who plan to use contraception in the future) to illustrate the hot spots where an MPT that combines HIV prevention and contraception might have the greatest impact. This map focuses on Sub-Saharan African women aged 15 to 24, and was updated in May 2019 to include the contraceptive method mix.
Infographic – MPTs Combine Prevention
Support MPTs on the International Day of Action for Women’s Health
The promise of MPTs
An overview of field-wide priorities and gaps the IMPT identified in consultation with multidisciplinary stakeholders were presented at the NICHD Contraceptive Development Meeting. These technical consultations led to the prioritization of identifying strategic actions for combining hormonal contraceptives and antiretrovirals. While this activity focuses on female-initiated approaches, it is also expected to inform male-initiated approaches.
Critical actions to achieve the value potential of MPTs for prevention of HIV, other STIs, and unintended pregnancies among young women
Held at the 2018 International AIDS Conference, this interactive workshop involved a panel of influential interdisciplinary leaders and experts who discussed the current status of the MPT field and the priorities of funding organizations. It also included an energetic dialogue about ways to encourage the exploration of the funding landscape to further accelerate the growth of the field.
MPT Investment Case Slide Deck
This slide deck is intended to be used by product developers, current MPT funders, and others working in the MPT space to “make the case” for investing in MPTs. The slides can be used as a complete presentation or select slides can be used within presentations being developed for different audiences. Please credit source as IMPT Secretariat or www.theIMPT.org.
Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (MPTs): Innovation to Protect Women’s Reproductive Health in South Africa.
This downloadable fact sheet and supporting messaging framework were developed to support advocates in South Africa as they raise awareness and build support for multipurpose prevention technologies (MPTs) for sexual and reproductive health in South Africa. These companion documents were designed specifically for use with national and regional government stakeholders, the research and scientific communities, and nongovernmental organizations. MPT advocates in South Africa should view the following messages as a menu of options. Each message is designed to be a complete thought that can be used by itself or as part of a longer narrative. MPT advocates can, therefore, choose individual messages or a series of messages to be used for a particular communication or advocacy effort depending on the audience and purpose to help advance support for MPTs in South Africa.
MPTs for Reproductive Health
This downloadable factsheet was developed to provide an engaging and concise tool to support MPT advocacy and communication efforts. This factsheet on Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (MPTs) for Reproductive Health provides information on the need for MPTs and describes MPT products currently in development.