24th International AIDS Conference

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Canada

O’Neill experts and initiatives will attend and share their work at the 24th International AIDS Conference (IAC) in Montreal, Canada, from July 29 to August 2, 2022. Below, you’ll find information about the sessions, events, and posters the following initiatives will be participating in:

Center for Innovation in Global Health (CIGH)

Global Health Policy and Politics Initiative (GHPP)


Center for Innovation in Global Health

SessionThe Blantyre Prevention Strategy: A New Way of Doing Business in HIV Prevention
Organized by CIGH. Remarks by Charles Holmes and Sara Allinder
Sunday, July 31, 17:45 to 19:15, Room 510 / Channel 8
Code: SA078

Symposium: Ensuring an ethical future for HIV surveillance
Organized by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation. Remarks by Charles Holmes
Tuesday, August 2, 11:45 to 12:45, Room 511 / Channel 7

Posters:

Prepping for PrEP: a readiness assessment among health facilities in Blantyre, Malawi (e-poster). A. Majamanda, M. Enock, J. Tambala, et al.

Engaging city councillors to address social and structural drivers of HIV in Blantyre City: a formative study (e-poster). E. Bosire, V. Mwapasa, S. Allinder, et al.

PrEP Up! A quality improvement collaborative (QIC) to scale-up PrEP in health centers in Blantyre, Malawi (e-poster). M. Enock, A. Majamanda, J. Tambala, et al.

‘We should have access to information at our fingertips’ results of a mixed methods study of data availability and use by decision makers for HIV programs in Blantyre, Malawi (e-poster). M. de Almada, R. Haggard, P. Khomani, et al.

The first multi-sectoral, user-driven data pipeline to adaptively manage HIV prevention programs in Malawi (e-poster). T. Smith, D. Green, M. Moszczynski, et al.

Fine-resolution estimates of HIV prevalence in Blantyre, Malawi: a Bayesian modelling analysis of survey, health facility, and household testing data (e-poster). R.M. Burke, M. Khundi, K. Lam, et al.

Global Health Policy and Politics Initiative

HIV Policy Lab

HIV Policy Lab analyses include a cost-benefit findings from a scoping review on community responses to sexual and reproductive health and where the world is on social enabler policies and their co-occurrences.

Satellite: The Road to Zero: successes, learnings, and the work ahead to end advanced HIV disease-related mortality
Organized by CHAI. Remarks by Sharonann Lynch
Friday, July 29, 13:00 to 14:30, Room 518 / Channel 10

Satellite: Protecting and expanding political commitments on rights-based responses to HIV/AIDS in the UN System
Organized by Aidsfonds and GNP+. Presentation by Juliette McHardy
Friday, July 29, 13:00 to 14:30, Room 516 / Channel 6

Session: AIDS Still Kills: Addressing lack of access to treatment for a major killer of PLHIV
Organized by Fight AIDS Coalition, TAC, and MSF. Presentation by Sharonann Lynch
Monday, August 1, 10:30 to 11:15, Global Village PLHIV Networking ZoneBooth GVE081

Session: The Language Compendium on HIV and human rights
Organized by Aidsfonds and GNP+. Presentation by Juliette McHardy
Sunday, July 31, 16:00 to 17:00 TBC, Global Village PLHIV Networking Zone

Session: Global mapping of criminalisation laws and practical action to enforce change 
Organized by GNP+. Presentation by Alice Kayongo and Juliette McHardy
Monday, August 1, 10:00 to 10:45, Global Village PLHIV Networking Zone

Session: Using country data for accountability
Organized by PEPFAR Watch, GHPP, amfAR, HEPS Uganda.
Saturday, July 30, 14:00 to 16:00 AND Sunday, July 31 9:00 to 11:00 (training repeats same content on both days), Embassy Suites by Hilton, 208 Rue Saint-Antoine O

Posters: 

Where the World Stands on the ‘10-10-10’ Enabling Policies: Mapping and Analyzing Progress and Gaps (in-person poster) J.R. Moon, J. McHardyS. Light et al.
Saturday, July 30, 15:30 to 16:15

Costs and Benefits of Community Responses for Sexual and Reproductive Health and the Societal Enablers: A Scoping Review (e-poster) J. McHardy, M. Clayton, S. Lynch, et al.

‘I always imagined my future only here’ – How the HIV residence ban affects international migrants in the Russian Federation (e-poster) D. Kashnitsky, K. Barskiy, Y. Kalancha, et al.

Community-Led Monitoring (CLM)

CLM is an important tool for building accountability and improving the quality of health services through community-led, routine data collection, and evidence-based advocacy.

Posters: 

Evaluation of Ritshidze community-led monitoring programme in South Africa (in-person poster) A. Yawa, N. Rambau, B. Setshogelo, et al.
Monday, August 1, 15:30 to 16:15

Lessons learned in community-led monitoring: early evidence from global study of the implementation landscape (e-poster) A. Sharp, N. Mpofu, C. Mashoko, et al.

Lifting up Key Populations Voices and increasing quality of HIV services in Malawi: Using Community Led Monitoring to strengthen services for KPs and People Living with HIV (e-poster) M. Mikaya, S. Bulla, Y. Antonio, et al.

Uniting civil society to improve accountability and accessibility of HIV and TB service delivery: Lessons learned from year one of community-led monitoring implementation in Uganda (e-poster) B. Ajonye, H. Mutabarura, K. Mwehonge, et al

Barriers impeding care for people living with HIV: early findings from Community-Led Monitoring in Haiti (e-poster) S. Policar, I. Hyppolite, E. Steide, et al.

CSS Walked so CLM Could Run: Examining the Community Led Monitoring structure for Improved HIV service delivery (e-poster) N. EronduK. Makofane, A. Yawa, et al.

Fulcrum Access Project

We look for opportunities for policy changes needed to better ensure equitable access to medical innovation.

Symposium: Antibodies for HIV prevention: The path forward
Organized by IAS and IAVI. Remarks by Sharonann Lynch
Sunday, July 31, 14:15 to 15:15, Room 517b / Channel 4

Event: Do More by 2024: TB Launch Event
Organized by TAG, PIH, and MSF. Presentation by Sharonann Lynch
Sunday, July 31, 16:00 to 18:00, Hôtel Monville, 1041 Rue De Bleury Montréal 

Issues

HIV/AIDS

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