IPM Receives €10 Million Award from German Government
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 IPM Receives €10 Million Award from German Government to Accelerate Promising HIV Prevention Technologies for Women

We are pleased to announce that IPM has received a €10 million award over five years from the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research through the KfW Development Bank to advance safe and effective microbicides to prevent HIV among women in developing countries most affected by the epidemic.
The competitive award will support the regulatory submission process for IPM products, including our monthly dapivirine vaginal ring, shown in clinical trials this year to safely help prevent HIV, and help finance the development of other promising microbicides that would build on IPM’s recent progress and potentially advance them along the regulatory pathway. Learn more in our release.
World AIDS Day may have passed, but women still urgently need a range of prevention tools. Don't miss this video on the dapivirine ring and IPM's next steps for the potential new option.
Improving women's HIV prevention can help advance sustainable development. See how in this blog post by IPM's CEO Zeda Rosenberg in Huffington Post Canada.
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