are rapid developments in the field of HIV prevention. Treatment as prevention
(TAP) is one emerging issue that is causing great debate. The International
HIV/AIDS Alliance has conducted a partnership-wide consultation on the topic in
order to inform its own programming and advocacy messages. This briefing draws
on the results of that consultation and on an extensive desk review of the
briefing paper highlights some of the key questions that communities most affected
by HIV and the organisations that support them are currently discussing, and
outlines our eight points to remember to make TAP work.