Welcome to the CBAS download center! In order to help support the information sharing and advocacy activities of CBAS members and others who are interested in cervical barriers, CBAS has developed materials and compiled information for the download center. All of these materials can be replicated for use in different contexts.
CBAS encourages you to share any new materials that you develop or new ideas that you implement so that we can all learn and benefit from your experiences. You can contact CBAS at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Download the CBAS poster (pdf).
Downloadable images of cervical barriers are also available.
Fact Sheets & FAQ
- Female-Initiated HIV Prevention Methods: Joint Advocacy Statement, 2010 (pdf)
- FAQ on cervical barriers (pdf)
- FAQ on clinical trials for HIV STI prevention methods (pdf)
- MIRA Key Findings and Publications
- How to use the diaphragm (pdf)
- How to use the cervical cap (pdf)
International Women’s Summit: Women’s Leadership on HIV and AIDS presentations and notes
- HIV Prevention : Why we need more options for women (powerpoint ppt)
- Implementing Male and Female Condom Programmes at the Community Level: Experiences from Nigeria and Zimbabwe (powerpoint ppt)
- HIV Prevention Research and Implementation: Challenges and Opportunities on the Horizon (powerpoint ppt)
Articles and Reference Literature
- RH Reality Check: HIV prevention methods for women
- Microbicide Quarterly article: Clinical trials examining cervical barriers as potential methods for prevention of HIV and other sexually transmitted infections (pdf)
- Women-controlled methods for preventing HIV & other sexually transmitted infections (pdf)
- One choice is no choice: The need for female-controlled HIV prevention tools for women and girls worldwide (pdf)
- The Women’s Health Activist: Cervical barrier methods: a new role for old devices? (pdf)
- Annotated Bibliography from Diaphragm Renaissance 2002 (pdf)
- Outlook Feb 2003 article on cervical barrier methods (pdf)
Copyright © 2003, Program for Appropriate Technology in Health (PATH). All rights reserved. The material in this document may be freely used for educational or noncommercial purposes, provided that the material is accompanied by an acknowledgement line.