The 30 for 30 Campaign is an organization dedicated to ensuring the needs of women living with and affected by HIV, including transgender women, are addressed in the national response. The Campaign strives to eliminate health disparities and gaps in the continuum of care by advancing policies that aim to improve health equity. Sex and sexuality education is an integral component of a holistic approach to improving health for women living with and at risk of HIV. Accordingly, the Campaign supports and promotes increased opportunities for HIV testing, incorporating these opportunities with PrEP and PEP education; increasing knowledge and awareness of PrEP and PEP for women. Greater access, accompanied with knowledge, will ensure that women and their providers can decide if PrEP is an appropriate course for HIV prevention. Though, PrEP may not be the preferred avenue of prevention for many women, the 30 for 30 Campaign upholds the right for all women to be well informed on PrEP and PEP.