These reports offer a close look at the microbicides pipeline, microbicides policy and access and how microbicides advance global development. Scroll through or use the Filtered Search bar in the left sidebar to locate reports by keyword, language or year published.

September 2017

Dapivirine Ring: The Case for Action

Women need HIV prevention options they can control. IPM's monthly dapivirine ring is the first discreet, long-acting product designed specifically for women that has been clinically shown to reduce... More »

June 2017

The Dapivirine Ring Design Guide

USAID's Center for Accelerating Innovation and Impact applied a human-centered design approach to better understand how IPM's dapivirine ring and other HIV prevention products could fit into young... More »

May 2016

New Technologies for Women's HIV Prevention: The Payoff for Sustainable Development

New technologies for women that prevent HIV and unintended pregnancy could have an enormous payoff for sustainable development: a future free of AIDS, where women and girls thrive, and their... More »

October 2010

HIV/AIDS and the Millennium Development Goals: Microbicides and the Need for Long-Term Prevention

In 2001, 189 United Nations member states adopted the eight MDGs, a universal framework for development that envisions a better future for all people. The nations set a date of 2015 to meet these... More »

October 2008

IPM Consensus Statement on Resistance

Questions related to the potential for HIV drug resistance have been discussed since the first considerations of ARV-based vaginal microbicides. This document offers insights into the issue as well... More »