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SUSS01   Special Session         Faith in Action on the Margins                       03.08.2008
         Opening                 Opening Ceremony                                     03.08.2008
MOPL01   Plenary                                                                      04.08.2008
                                 Plenary Session: Panel Discussion on the State of the Epidemic
MOAB02   Oral Abstract Session   Outcomes of ART                                      04.08.2008
MOAE01   Oral Abstract Session   Listen To Us! Effective Advocacy Strategies          04.08.2008
MOAA01   Oral Abstract Session   Animal and Cellular Models of HIV Pathogenesis 04.08.2008
MOAC02   Oral Abstract Session                                                        04.08.2008
                                 HIV Prevention for Women and Girls: Changing Gender Norms
MOAC01   Oral Abstract Session                                                        04.08.2008
                                 Responding to the HIV Epidemics among Men who Have Sex with Men
MOAB01   Oral Abstract Session                                                        04.08.2008
                                 Clinical Issues in HIV-Infected Children and those Exposed to ARV in Utero
MOSY01   Symposium               Vaccines and Microbicides: Where Do We go from Here? 04.08.2008
MOSY03   Symposium                                                                    04.08.2008
                                 Watchdogging Scale-Up: Monitoring Progress, Driving Change
MOSY02   Symposium               Is Religion a Barrier to HIV Prevention?             04.08.2008
MOBS01   Bridging Session                                                             04.08.2008
                                 Community Participation in HIV Related Clinical Research
MOSY04   Symposium               Regional Sub-Saharan Africa Session                  04.08.2008
MOSS01   Special Session                                                              04.08.2008
                                 Learning by Doing: Scaling up HIV Operations Research in Resource-Limited Settings
MOSS02   Special Session                                                              04.08.2008
                                 Antiretroviral Therapy in 2008: Current Issues and Controversies in Optimal Antiretrov
MOAX02   Oral Abstract Session   The Hidden Side of Stigma and Discrimination         04.08.2008
MOAX01   Oral Abstract Session                                                        04.08.2008
                                 Predictors of Successful Treatment of AIDS and Opportunistic Diseases
MOAA02   Oral Abstract Session   Molecular Epidemiology of HIV Diversity              04.08.2008
MOAB03   Oral Abstract Session   BCG, Tuberculosis and HAART                          04.08.2008
MOAC03   Oral Abstract Session                                                        HIV/AIDS
                                 Meeting the Prevention Needs of People Living with 04.08.2008
MOAD01   Oral Abstract Session                                                        04.08.2008
                                 Rethinking Structure: Prevention in Challenging Settings
MOAD02   Oral Abstract Session   Reproductive Health: Sexuality, Fertility and Desire 04.08.2008
MOAE02   Oral Abstract Session                                                        04.08.2008
                                 Global Monies: International Assistance and Funding Mechanisms
MOSY05   Symposium                                                                    04.08.2008
                                 Methods to Understand and Track Epidemics and Measure Results
MOSY06   Symposium               New Insights into HIV Transmission and Pathogenesis  04.08.2008
MOSY07   Symposium               Reaching Millions - Youth, AIDS and the Digital Age04.08.2008
MOAX03   Oral Abstract Session   HIV Vaccine Research: Cross-Cutting Issues           04.08.2008
MOAX05   Oral Abstract Session                                                        04.08.2008
                                 Pursuing Desire: Sexual and Reproductive Health and HIV Prevention Integration
MOAX06   Oral Abstract Session                                                         Settings
                                 Combating Stigma and Discrimination in Healthcare04.08.2008
MOAX04   Oral Abstract Session   Children and Youth Facing HIV/AIDS                   04.08.2008
MOSY08   Symposium               Where Are We In Achieving UNGASS Targets?            04.08.2008
MOAD03   Oral Abstract Session                                                        Vulnerabilities
                                 Male and Transgender Sex Workers: Identities and 04.08.2008
MOAA03   Oral Abstract Session                                                        04.08.2008
                                 Viral and Molecular Determinants of Transmission and Pathogenesis
MOSY10   Symposium               Regional Session on Asia-Pacific                     04.08.2008
MOBS03   Bridging Session        Mobile Populations and Globalization                 04.08.2008
MOBS02   Bridging Session        Sex and Relationship Education and HIV               04.08.2008
MOSY09   Symposium               Innovations in Human Resources for Health for HIV 04.08.2008
MOSS03   Special Session                                                              04.08.2008
                                 War and Peace Between Microbes: Co-Pathogens as Determinants of HIV
TUPL01   Plenary                 Plenary Session, Day 2                               05.08.2008
TUAA01   Oral Abstract Session   Immunopathogenesis of HIV Infection                  05.08.2008
TUAC02   Oral Abstract Session                                                        05.08.2008
                                 Measuring HIV-Transmission Dynamics: How and Where are New Infections Occuring
TUAE01   Oral Abstract Session                                                         05.08.2008
                                 Show Me the Money: Accountability, Transparency and Resources
TUAB01   Oral Abstract Session   Newer Antiretroviral Agents                           05.08.2008
TUSY03   Symposium                                                                     05.08.2008
                                 Research-Based Public Policy: Why is it Not the Golden Standard?
TUSY02   Symposium               HIV Drug Resistance                                   05.08.2008
TUSY01   Symposium               Positive Prevention                                   05.08.2008
TUBS01   Bridging Session                                                              05.08.2008
                                 Indigenous People, First Nations and Afrodescendants Confronting HIV/AIDS: Breakin
TUSY04   Symposium                                                                     05.08.2008
                                 Women's Rights Equal Women's Lives: Violence Against Women and HIV
TUAC01   Oral Abstract Session   Prevention Programs with Female Sex Workers           05.08.2008
TUAX01   Oral Abstract Session                                                         Use
                                 Global and Local Policy Initiatives on Injecting Drug 05.08.2008
TUSS02   Special Session         The Lancet Series on HIV Prevention                   05.08.2008
TUSS04   Special Session                                                               05.08.2008
                                 Travel Restrictions on People Living with HIV: Going Against the Grain of Human Righ
TUSS03   Special Session         Reclaiming our Lives – Developing Accountability for Positive (PLHIV)Leadership and
                                                                                       05.08.2008
TUSS01   Special Session         Global Financial Architecture                         05.08.2008
TUAC04   Oral Abstract Session                                                         05.08.2008
                                 Trends in HIV in Different Geographical Regions: Estimates and Risk Factors
TUAA02   Oral Abstract Session   Drug Resistance Surveillance of Transmitted HIV 05.08.2008
TUAB02   Oral Abstract Session   Retention in Care/ART and Loss to Follow-Up           05.08.2008
TUAC03   Oral Abstract Session                                                         05.08.2008
                                 Male Circumcision: Addressing Implementation Challenges and Demonstrating Impac
TUAE02   Oral Abstract Session   Detention, Oppression: Legal Enforcement and Drug Use 05.08.2008
TUAD01   Oral Abstract Session   Access to HIV Care: Equity Challenges                 05.08.2008
TUAD02   Oral Abstract Session                                                         05.08.2008
                                 "Se Fue al Gabacho": Mexico-US Migration and Vulnerability to HIV and AIDS
TUSY07   Symposium                                                                     05.08.2008
                                 Addressing the Gap: Commitments, Funding, and Youth Engagement
TUSY05   Symposium                                                                     05.08.2008
                                 Scaling-up HIV Testing and Counseling: A Human Rights and Public Health Imperativ
TUSY06   Symposium                                                                     05.08.2008
                                 Injecting Drug Use and Infectious Diseases: Implications for the Global HIV/AIDS Res
TUAD04   Oral Abstract Session   Vulnerability and Poverty: How They Drive the Epidemic05.08.2008
TUAD03   Oral Abstract Session                                                         05.08.2008
                                 Reaching Diverse Populations of Men who Have Sex with Men in Lower and Middle In
TUAA03   Oral Abstract Session   Drug Resistance Surveillance in Treatment Experiences 05.08.2008
TUAB03   Oral Abstract Session   Access and Coverage in Resource Limited Settings 05.08.2008
TUSY10   Symposium               Regional Session on Latin America                     05.08.2008
TUSY08   Symposium               New Frontiers in HIV Prevention Sciences              05.08.2008
TUSY09   Symposium                                                                     05.08.2008
                                 Who is Right and Who is Wrong- Putting the Right Back into Sexual and Reproductive
TUAX03   Oral Abstract Session   Detained: Reducing Vulnerability in Prisons           05.08.2008
TUAX02   Oral Abstract Session                                                         05.08.2008
                                 Global Health Initiatives: The Impact of Vertical Funding on Health Systems and Comm
TUAX04   Oral Abstract Session   Operation Change via Public Policies                  05.08.2008
TUAX05   Oral Abstract Session   Taking Charge: Leadership and Rights Among PWHA       05.08.2008
WEPL01   Plenary                 Plenary Session, Day 3                                06.08.2008
WEAA01   Oral Abstract Session                                                         06.08.2008
                                 Host Genetic Factors in HIV Transmission and Disease Progression
WEAC01   Oral Abstract Session   Optimizing HIV Testing Interventions                  06.08.2008
WEAE01   Oral Abstract Session                                                         06.08.2008
                                 To Transmit or not to Transmit: Is that Really the Question? Criminalization of HIV Tra
WEAD01   Oral Abstract Session   Psychological Wellbeing and Mental Health of Children 06.08.2008
WEAB01   Oral Abstract Session                                                         06.08.2008
                                 The Inflammatory Debate: Is it the Virus, the Drugs or the Host?
WESY02   Symposium                                                                     06.08.2008
                                 Impact of AIDS on Human Development: Reproduction in the Social Context
WESY01   Symposium                                                                     06.08.2008
                                 In From the Margins, the Leadership of Vulnerable Populations in the AIDS Response
WESY03   Symposium                                                                     06.08.2008
                                 From Risk to Vulnerability: Caribbean and Global Perspectives
WESY04   Symposium               Regional Session on Eastern Europe and Central Asia   06.08.2008
WEAX01   Oral Abstract Session                                                      06.08.2008
                                 Models of Care for HIV-Treatment: Task Shifting and Service Integration to Enhance A
WEAX02   Oral Abstract Session   Gender and HIV: Emerging Issues                    06.08.2008
WESS03   Special Session                                                            06.08.2008
                                 Moving from Promises to Actions: Building Global and National Commitment for Evide
WESS04   Special Session         Financing for Sustainable National Health Care     06.08.2008
WESS02   Special Session                                                            06.08.2008
                                 Family Acceptance: A Family and Community Approach to Prevention, Wellness and
WESS01   Special Session                                                            06.08.2008
                                 Looking to the Future--The Epidemic in 2031 and New Directions in AIDS Research
WEAA02   Oral Abstract Session   Innate and Adaptive Immunity                       06.08.2008
WEAB02   Oral Abstract Session   Task Shifting and Decentralising Care              06.08.2008
WEAE02   Oral Abstract Session   Women Take the Lead                                06.08.2008
WEAD03   Oral Abstract Session                                                      06.08.2008
                                 Rhetoric or Reality: Disclosure in Treatment and Testing
WEAC02   Oral Abstract Session   Implementing Novel Prevention Programs             06.08.2008
WEAD02   Oral Abstract Session   Beyond Barriers: Disabilities and AIDS             06.08.2008
WEAE03   Oral Abstract Session   HIV on the Job: Policies                           06.08.2008
WEBS01   Bridging Session        HIV and Children : Key Issues and Challenges       06.08.2008
WESY06   Symposium               The New Frontiers of Harm Reduction                06.08.2008
WESY05   Symposium                                                                  06.08.2008
                                 Forgotten Truths, Hidden Realities: Addressing the Dynamics of HIV and MSM in Unfa
WESY07   Symposium               Human Security and HIV                             06.08.2008
WEAE04   Oral Abstract Session                                                      06.08.2008
                                 Fighting AIDS Under Fire: HIV Programming in Conflict and Post-Conflict Settings
WEAE05   Oral Abstract Session   From Evidence to Implementation                    06.08.2008
WEAB03   Oral Abstract Session   Adherence and Medicines (ARVs) Management          06.08.2008
WEAA03   Oral Abstract Session                                                       Vaccines
                                 Preclinical Development and Animal Models for HIV06.08.2008
WESY08   Symposium                                                                  0
                                 The AIDS Care Economy and the Burden on Women6.08.2008
WEBS03   Bridging Session                                                           06.08.2008
                                 Globalization, Development and Free Trade Agreements (FTAs)
WEBS02   Bridging Session        Universal ARV Scale Up: Delivering the Second Wave 06.08.2008
WESY10   Symposium                                                                   Women’s Human Rights?
                                 In the AIDS Response, Where is the Leadership for 06.08.2008
WESY09   Symposium                                                                  06.08.2008
                                 Criminalization: Why, Where and What are the Alternatives?
WEAX03   Oral Abstract Session                                                      06.08.2008
                                 Indigenous People: Rights, Vulnerability and Responses
WEAC03   Oral Abstract Session   The USA HIV Epidemic in 2008                       06.08.2008
THPL01   Plenary                 Plenary Session, Day 4                             07.08.2008
THAA01   Oral Abstract Session   HIV Viral Entry and Tropism                        07.08.2008
THAB02   Oral Abstract Session   Hepatitis C/HIV Co-Infection                       07.08.2008
THAC01   Oral Abstract Session   Innovations in HIV Surveillance                    07.08.2008
THAB01   Oral Abstract Session                                                      07.08.2008
                                 Where are We with the Scale-Up of ARV's in Children?
THAE01   Oral Abstract Session   Getting our Voices Heard: Shaping Public Policy    07.08.2008
THSY01   Symposium               Universal Access/Universal Crises/Universal Prices 07.08.2008
THSY04   Symposium               Human Rights, HIV and Sex Work Policy              07.08.2008
THBS01   Bridging Session        Male Circumcision: To Cut or Not to Cut            07.08.2008
THSY03   Symposium                                                                  07.08.2008
                                 Regional Session on the Caribbean - Creative Caribbean Approaches to the HIV Epid
THAX01   Oral Abstract Session                                                      07.08.2008
                                 The Aftermath of War: Women, Children and Displaced Populations
THSY02   Symposium               Palliative Care                                    07.08.2008
THAB03   Oral Abstract Session   Late Breaker Track B Place Holder                  07.08.2008
THSS02   Special Session                                                            07.08.2008
                                 Strengthening Health Systems Through the AIDS Response
THSS03   Special Session         AIDS Ambassadors                                   07.08.2008
THSS01   Special Session         A Writer's Perspective                             07.08.2008
THAA02   Oral Abstract Session   Elite Controllers and Long Term Non Progressors 07.08.2008
THAC02   Oral Abstract Session                                                       among Injection Drug Users
                                 The Needle and the Damage Done: Addressing HIV07.08.2008
THAE02   Oral Abstract Session                                                      07.08.2008
                                 And You Thought There Was Nothing Sexy About NGO Capacity Building
THAD01   Oral Abstract Session   Late Breaker Track D                               07.08.2008
THAD02   Oral Abstract Session   Mitigating HIV in the Workplace                    07.08.2008
THAA03   Oral Abstract Session   Late Breaker Track A                               07.08.2008
THAB04   Oral Abstract Session   Late Breaker Track B                               07.08.2008
THSY05   Symposium                                                                  07.08.2008
                                 The Role of Human Rights in HIV Related Interventions Amongst Vulnerable Groups
THSY07   Symposium               HIV and Hepatitis Virus Co-infection               07.08.2008
THBS02   Bridging Session        Food Security, Nutrition and HIV                   07.08.2008
THSY06   Symposium                                                                  07.08.2008
                                 The Future of Microbicides: From Vaginal ART to PREP
THAC05   Oral Abstract Session   Late Breaker Track C                               07.08.2008
THAD03   Oral Abstract Session   Building Citizenship for HIV and AIDS              07.08.2008
THAE04   Oral Abstract Session   Late Breaker Track E                               07.08.2008
THAE03   Oral Abstract Session   Advancing Human Rights in the AIDS Response        07.08.2008
THAC04   Oral Abstract Session                                                      07.08.2008
                                 Advances and Challenges: Reducing HIV Transmission to Infants
THAA04   Oral Abstract Session   Immune Activation, Suppression, and Dysregulation07.08.2008
THAC03   Oral Abstract Session                                                      07.08.2008
                                 HIV and STI Interactions: New Knowledge, Further Challenges
THAB05   Oral Abstract Session   Response to HAART in Difficult to Treat Populations07.08.2008
THSY09   Symposium                                                                  MENA
                                 Regional Session on Middle East and North Africa - 07.08.2008
THBS03   Bridging Session        Political Crises, Sexual Violence and HIV          07.08.2008
THSY08   Symposium                                                                  07.08.2008
                                 Transchallenges: An Insider View of Obstacles, Challenges and Problems Faced by T
FRPL01   Plenary                 Plenary Session, Day 5                             08.08.2008
FRPL02   Plenary                 Rapporteur Session                                 08.08.2008
FRPL03   Plenary                 Closing Session                                    08.08.2008
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(Mexico   time)   Description
 09:00    11:00   This session attempts to highlight the scope of what Faith Based Organisations (FBOs) are doing and to prese
 19:00    21:00
 09:00    10:30   This panel discussion will address issues such as: The global epidemiological statistics, universal access to A
 11:00    12:30   Mauro Schechter will introduce the session and note how important it is to know the outcome of ART in all sett
 11:00    12:30   Co-chair Eduard Grebe is also the first abstract presenter
 11:00    12:30   1st co-chair introduces speakers, manages time and Q&A.2nd co-chair does concluding remarks.
 11:00    12:30   Intro SpeakersPresenteers 10 min + 5 min discussionChair: Concluding remarks
 11:00    12:30   The co-chairs will introduce the session and will each provide brief overview remarks in MSM prevention issue
 11:00    12:30   Dr Mofenson will give a 15 minute overview to set the abstracts in contextNoris Pavia will introduce speakers a
 11:00    13:00   A number of candidate vaccines and microbicides failed to demonstrate any preventive effect in clinical trials t
 11:00    12:30   An inter-active panel discussion addressing what civil society and other organizations in the Global AIDS Com
 11:00    12:30   Religion, culture, and tradition are all critical issues for successful prevention programmes. While some religio
 11:00    12:30   This session addresses the basics of community participation in research, starting from the point of view of the
 11:00    12:30   Sub-Saharan Africa is the most affected region by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. About 68% of adults and nearly 90%
 12:45    14:15   The objectives of the session are:1. To review the status of HIV operations research globally; 2. To discuss pr
 12:45    14:15   This will be a highly-interactive, case-based session covering current issues and controversies in initiating anti
 14:30    16:00
 14:30    16:00   Co chair 1 will give 5 mins. introduction. Co chair 2 will give 5 mins. concluding remarks. This session covers
 14:30    16:00   Intro: Trends in Global Molecular Epidemiology
 14:30    16:00   Jose Ma. Miro will frame the situation of TB in the world in a 5 minute talk.Silvia Gonzalez-Ayala will give the c
 14:30    16:00   1. D. Williams will introduce the session (5min)2. E. Collins will provide introd.remarks of 10 min to provide the
 14:30    16:00   Co-chair 1 will give an introductory talk and co-chair 2 will introduce discussion. The session starts with a refle
 14:30    16:00   AB Dawn presents the session overview. Lyida M. opens the dicussion. This session explores new approache
 14:30    16:00   Chairs to summarise the session title within 5 mins, moderate statistics and coordinate discussion within 5-30m
 14:30    16:00   The global and local context of NAP with improved access to care and specially to ART has changed rapidly
 14:30    16:00   This session is targeted to clinicians, scientists and clinical researchers in HIV pathogenesis and the use of an
 14:30    16:00   Youth of the early 21st century live in an information age, in which information communication technologies (IC
 16:30    18:00
 16:30    18:00   Co Chair 1: 5 mins. introductory talk and concluding remarks. Co chair 2: presenting and introducing speakers
 16:30    18:00   Co chair 1 to offer 5 minutes introductionCo chair 2 to offer 5 minutes discussion at end
 16:30    18:00   Peter Laugharn to introduce this session and to provide some background related to early childhood issues to
 16:30    18:00   In 2001, the UN member states committed themselves to take concrete steps to halt and reverse the HIV/AID
 16:30    18:00   Andrew Hunter to provide overview of the topic, key issues and introduce panel. Co chair 2 to provide conclud
 16:30    18:00   chair introduces speakers, controls time and manages Q&A. co-chair does concluding remarks
 16:30    18:00   This session will review the HIV scenario in the Asia-Pacific region; review prevalence rates, approach issues
 16:30    18:00   This session will bring together scientists, community members, and immigration activists to discuss the links
 16:30    18:00   Education has proven to be a major factor in the prevention of HIV by providing understanding and skills to en
 16:30    18:00   There is international consensus that without urgent improvements in the performance of health systems, inclu
 18:30    20:30   HIV is associated with infection by other microbes. Data has been accumulated that in humans these microbe
 09:00    10:30   Presentations: Prevention Strategies, Substance Use and Harm Reduction, Sex Between Men (JMML)
 11:00    12:30   Co-Chair 1 introduces presenters, manages times and Q&A. Co-Chair 2 concluding remarks.
 11:00    12:30   To indroduce the issue of importance of how to measure new infections in different epidemics, tools that can b
11:00   12:30   NO SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
11:00   12:30   Co -chairs will introduce speakers and conduct the Q and A session.This session will describe outcomes of ra
11:00   12:30   International health agencies recommend basing public policy on evidence. In the context of the AIDS epidem
11:00   12:30   This session is targeted to clinicians, scientists and clinical researchers interested in the HIV drug resistance a
11:00   12:30   This session will review the current concepts, perspectives and experiences on positive prevention: positive liv
11:00   12:30   This session will debate the risk, vulnerability and public neglect of indigenous people, first nations and afro de
11:00   12:30   The links between violence against women and HIV and AIDS are clear. Studies on VAW report that one in th
11:00   12:30   Chair 1 gives introduction 5 minutesChair 2 gives closing remarks 5 minutes
11:00   12:30   Co chair 1 to summation as discussant
12:45   14:15   Twenty five years into the global HIV/AIDS response, it is widely acknowledged that we cannot treat our way o
12:45   14:15   This special session will include policy makers, civil society and people living with HIV that are currently playing
12:45   14:15   This Special Session will bring together PLHIV leaders from a broad range of constituencies, with representati
12:45   16:00   The Special Session will bring together representatives from major AIDS donors and recipient countries--WHO
14:30   16:00   Peter Ghys will do a mini lecture in 10 minutes on global HIV trends, Olive Shisana will do the concluding rema
14:30   16:00   CO-Chair 1 introduces speakers, manages time and Q&A. Co-Chair 2 does concluding remarks.
14:30   16:00   Francois Dabis will welcome participands and will note how retention of clients/patients is a major challenge ev
14:30   16:00   The 1 co-chair will give a 5 min introductory overview. At the end the second co-chair highlights the main issue
14:30   16:00   Co-chair 1 to introduce (5mins max), and take turns introducing the speakers and handle Q&A. Co-chair 2 sho
14:30   16:00   Chair to introduce and a few words of conclusion. Clarify issues around equity and access to care and treatme
14:30   16:00   The chair will do 5 mins introduction, the session will focus on hiv-aids related issues among Mexican migrants
14:30   16:00   The impact of HIV and AIDS on young people is “well-understood”: youth are one of the most vulnerable group
14:30   16:00   While scaling up HIV testing continues to be a global priority, critical issues remain. In 2007, WHO/UNAIDS re
14:30   16:00   The Panel Discussion will bring leading researchers and clinicians to outline comprehensive services for inject
16:30   18:00   Co-chair 1 should make a presentation on current eveidence of links between poverty, vulnerability and HIV (1
16:30   18:00   This session will focus on issues of access to services for diverse populations of men who have sex with men
16:30   18:00   Co-Chair 1 introduces presenters, manages time and does Q&A. Co-Chair 2 does concluding remarks.
16:30   18:00   Christine Nabiryo will introduce the session and will discuss the importance of access and coverageCarlos Ma
16:30   18:00   Heterogeneous as the Latin America region is, its epidemic also is, and this will be reflected in the session whi
16:30   18:00   Recent research has produced mixed results with respect to new HIV prevention technologies and intervention
16:30   18:00   This session focuses on sexual and reproductive rights for people living with HIV (PLHIV) from a rights-based
16:30   18:00
16:30   18:00
16:30   18:00   Chair to give opening remarks: Overview of subject area = 5 minsAbstracts = 10 mins each +5 mins Q&A Clos
16:30   18:00   1. Chair introductory remarks 5min2. Context: positive living and leadersip: experiences visions and strategies
09:00   10:30   Presentations: The Virus and the Immune System, HIV and Children, Sex Work
11:00   12:30
11:00   12:30   Thomas Coates: Short opening remarks (5 min) to shape session. Co-chair shoudl do concl. remarks. 10 min
11:00   12:30   co-chair 2 to wrapup at end, instead of having 5th abstract (Closing remarks!!!!)
11:00   12:30   Lorraine introduces subject. Leikness makes concluding remarks. The mental health status of children infect
11:00   12:30   Judith Currier will give a 15 minute lecture based on the session's title and will address the latest controversies
11:00   12:30   We have studied the biological and epidemiological aspects of reproduction in relation to AIDS but the most cr
11:00   12:30   People most affected by and vulnerable to AIDS often come from marginalised and highly stigmatised groups
11:00   12:30   In many areas of the world hit by HIV, the bio-medical model has dominated thinking about appropriate respon
11:00   12:30   UNAIDS and WHO estimates give the number of people living with HIV in the region as 1.6 million. The sess
11:00   12:30   Chair 2 does 5 minutes intro to issuesChair 1 does 5 minutes discussion at the end and keeps time
11:00   12:30   Co-chair 1 to set the scene with a 5 minute presentation at the beginning. Co-chair 2 to provide discussant sum
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                Moving from Promises to Action
IV stigma and discrimination are violations of human rights and undermine p
12:45   14:15   This special session will explore various models of health care financing at national levels and will also discuss
12:45   14:15   The session will present this important new research and will discuss current approaches to working with fami
12:45   14:15   25 years after the discovery of HIV, the number of people living with HIV continues to rise. In 2007, 33 million
14:30   16:00   co-chair 1 introduces speakers, manages time and Q&A. co-chair 2 does concluding remarks.
14:30   16:00   Charlie Gilks to introduce the notion of task-shifting and decentralization in ART scale-up, especially where hu
14:30   16:00   NO SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONSWomen living with HIV and AIDS articulate efforts to provide leadership for a b
14:30   16:00   Chair will introduce and do overview. Chair 2 will lead discussion. The recent dilemmas of disclosure, reason
14:30   16:00   Co-chair 1 will give bried introduction of the session 5 minutesco-chair 2 summarize and provide concluding re
14:30   16:00   Co-chair 1: short introductionCo-chair 2: lead discussion
14:30   16:00   NO speacial tasks for chairs (no invited talks)Co-chair 1 = concluding remarksCo-chair 2 = intro presenters an
14:30   16:00   This session will review current and emerging approaches to identifying HIV and AIDS among children and ch
14:30   16:00   Harm Reduction has moved beyond the traditional focus on opiate drugs, injecting drug use, needle and syring
14:30   16:00   This session aspires to showcase motivating examples on how a range of key actors and stakeholders are ad
14:30   16:00   There has been a certain amount of debate and research about the connections between conflicts, disasters a
16:30   18:00   Co-chair 2 is one of the abstract presenters, co-chair 1 to introduce session, and make concluding remarks
16:30   18:00   NO SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONSNew strategies, original prorammes and multisectorial approaces
16:30   18:00   Lydia Mungherera will introduce the session and discuss the importance of access and management of ARVs
16:30   18:00   Intro by MascocaIntro by Heeney: Animal Models
16:30   18:00   Ninety per cent of AIDS care in developing countries happens at home, and women bear a disproportionate bu
16:30   18:00
16:30   18:00   The second wave of scale up i.e. decentralisation from regional and district hospitals to health centres is a ma
16:30   18:00   HIV and AIDS has and continues to have a devastating impact on the lives of women and girls. Responses to
16:30   18:00   This session, Chaired by Plenary speaker Edwin Cameron, will seek to understand where criminalization of HI
16:30   18:00   Bev Greet to provide a 5 minute overviewRachel Ong to close session with concluding remarks
16:30   18:00   Co-chair 1 will open session with a 5 min. introduction of the topic and personal reflections on the US epidemic
08:45   10:30   Presentations: Advances in ART, The Greater Involvment of HIV+ People in Healthcare, ART Scale up
11:00   12:30
11:00   12:30   Abstracts 11070 and 11121 should be merged into ONE presentation. The author (same on both) must be info
11:00   12:30   Session will open with chair 1 discussing new developments and needs in surveillance developments.The Cha
11:00   12:30   Fabienne Hejoaka will introduce speakers and give a framwork of the session, she will introduce first 2 abstrac
11:00   12:30   NO SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRESENTERSTo request presenters from Global South to present for 7
11:00   12:30   In this Non Abstract Driven Session (NADS) the assistant will participate in an interesting discussion with leade
11:00   12:30   This session will bring together a broad cross section of speakers from around the world, including sex worker
11:00   12:30   Circumcision is one of the most controversial preventive techniques currently discussed. This panel will discu
11:00   12:30   The Caribbean countries have contained HIV prevalence to 1% (range <0.2% to >2%). However, rates are mu
11:00   12:30
11:00   12:30   In the context of HIV, palliative care seeks to address the needs of patients, families and carers through the pr
12:45   14:15
12:45   14:15   After almost twenty years of woefully inadequate resources devoted to the global response to AIDS, the past fi
12:45   14:15   The Special Session invites AIDS Ambassadors from France, the Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Australia, Sp
12:45   14:15   The literary response to the epidemic has been important in framing our understandings of what HIV means, a
14:30   16:00   Co-Chair 1 introduces presenters, manages time and Q&A. Co-Chair 2 concluding remarks
14:30   16:00   Chair 1 should give 5 min introchair 2 5 min summary
14:30   16:00   NO SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONSIn the context implemention of several international initiatives, NGOs have bec
14:30   16:00
14:30   16:00   Co-chair1 will introduce (5min). This session is about AIDS impact in the workplace and actions by employees
14:30   16:00
14:30   16:00
14:30   16:00   Responses to HIV have shifted away from the traditional isolationist models and now increasingly veer towards
14:30   16:00   This session will review the current concepts on worldwide epidemiology, impact and treatment of Hepatitis B
14:30   16:00   The move towards Universal Access has highlighted a number of emerging issues related to food security and
14:30   16:00   This session will specifically look into the future of female controlled prevention methods after negative results
16:30   18:00
16:30   18:00   Cochair to introduce the concept of citzenship and now it is applicable to HIV and AIDS, introduce the panel an
16:30   18:00
16:30   18:00   Overview presentation at beginning by Ralf olus his abstract, then 3 further abstracts. Co-chair 2 to take an ac
16:30   18:00   1st chair should provide an overview of PMTCT and pediatric care and treatment measuring progress in low a
16:30   18:00   Co-Chair 1 introduces presenters, manages time and Q&A. Co-Chair 2 does concluding remarks.
16:30   18:00   The session will open with a brief (5 min) introduction of the importance of HIV/STD interactions by co-chair (P
16:30   18:00   Bruno Ledergerber will give a 5 minute introductory talk to frame the situation of ART in difficult to reach popul
16:30   18:00   The focus will be on achieving Universal Access in MENA. There is no single HIV epidemic in the region. Dive
16:30   18:00   Only recently has attention been paid to the intersection of conflict, sexual violence and HIV. With increased p
16:30   18:00   This session seeks to highlight the obstacles, challenges and problems transgenders, transsexuals and transv
08:15   10:30   Presentations: HIV and TB, Prevention Strategies, Crminalization, Women and Girls
11:00   13:00
13:30   15:00
s (FBOs) are doing and to present some examples of innovative work with marginalised populations.

 statistics, universal access to ARTs, the shifting architecture in funding for HIV/AIDS, the current policy environment and new initiatives.
 w the outcome of ART in all settings, he will also note the cohort collaboration generating good data in several regions.Kholous Porter will em

concluding remarks.

emarks in MSM prevention issues in a global context.Each Presenter will present their data ans findings for 10 min followed by a 5 minutes q
s Pavia will introduce speakers and give short concluding remarks
 reventive effect in clinical trials that were completed in 2007 and 2008. These results have necessitated reflection and a reprioritization in the
 zations in the Global AIDS Community are doing on the ground to monitor and hold their governments accountable for scaling up delivery of
programmes. While some religious organizations have been very active in providing care and support for people with HIV/AIDS, they have als
rting from the point of view of the research candidate, against the back-drop of a year of disappointing and failed results from a number of va
 out 68% of adults and nearly 90% of children infected with HIV are located in this region. More than 76% of global deaths due to AIDS-relate
search globally; 2. To discuss priority issues for operations research, with a particular focus on operations research as it relates to the public
nd controversies in initiating antiretroviral therapy and managing antiretroviral failure. The initial therapy cases will discuss when to start thera

g remarks. This session covers tracks A and B.

 a Gonzalez-Ayala will give the concluding remarks
 emarks of 10 min to provide the overview of issues in positive prevention.3. D. Williams will introduce speakers facilitate the questions perio
n. The session starts with a reflection on new trends in HIV prevention and their implications on the comprehensiveness in the response to H
 ession explores new approaches to reproductive health, integrating interdisciplinary approaches to sexuality, fertility and pleasure.
oordinate discussion within 5-30mins. Charter leadership response to funding within 50 mins.Abs 8936 & 9589 request presenter from Globa
 lly to ART has changed rapidly in the last 5 years. It has been possible due to the dramatic increase of funds available to programme impl
  pathogenesis and the use of animal models to understand HIV.
 communication technologies (ICTs) have opened up unprecedented opportunities for learning, information sharing, and mass mobilization. U

senting and introducing speakers and timing, overviews of the presentations.
 on at end
ated to early childhood issues to complement the abstracts in this session.Stephanie Raper is 17 years old. She was born with HIV and is a y
 to halt and reverse the HIV/AIDS epidemic by 2010, as well as to report on their progress every two years. Following the High Level Review
el. Co chair 2 to provide concluding remarks and thank you. Each presenter gets 12 minutes, concluding remarks 10 minutes, thank you 2 m
ncluding remarks
 valence rates, approach issues such as rampant stigma and discrimination as well as sex work and IDU in the context of criminalization of ri
 on activists to discuss the links between international population movement and the global HIV/AIDS epidemic. The session will address the
g understanding and skills to enable individuals to reduce their risk in the face of the epidemic. It is also a powerful tool for reducing girls' vu
ormance of health systems, including significant strengthening of human resources for health, the world will fail to meet the Millennium Devel
ed that in humans these microbes (often called "co-pathogens") enter into complex interactions with HIV being both affected by these microb
ex Between Men (JMML)
 uding remarks.
erent epidemics, tools that can be used at population level from population surveys to using surrogates or markers
 ion will describe outcomes of randomized controlled trials of newer ARVs
 the context of the AIDS epidemic, there is a growing body of research that provides evidence of programs and interventions that are the mos
sted in the HIV drug resistance area. It is assumed participants are familiar with the basic principles and state of the art mechanisms of resis
n positive prevention: positive living, SRH, HHRR, prevention of new infections, epidemiology and treatment’s role in prevention. The session
  people, first nations and afro descendants confronting the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Recognized leaders from these populations will share their p
 ies on VAW report that one in three women will suffer abuse in her lifetime. Violence against women is both a cause and consequence of H



 d that we cannot treat our way out of the HIV pandemic. The Lancet series consists of six reviews on the challenges of current and future ne
with HIV that are currently playing a leading role in policy change on HIV-related travel restrictions. The session will provide a platform for sha
 constituencies, with representatives from HIV/AIDS leadership, international granting organizations and targeted global leaders, to dialogue o
 rs and recipient countries--WHO, UNAIDS, the Global Fund, the World Bank, PEPFAR, UK Government, Ethiopia, Botswana and the Nethe
 sana will do the concluding remarks 5 minutes.
oncluding remarks.
 /patients is a major challenge everywhere.Carolyn Williams will note how cohorts and trials are reporting retention rates and some surprising
 o-chair highlights the main issues of discussion and give their concluding remarks.
 and handle Q&A. Co-chair 2 should make concluding remarks. To request abs 12391 & 14396 to have presenter from global south, not as c
y and access to care and treatment according to socio-economic variables
  issues among Mexican migrants to the US.
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one of the most vulnerable groups to HIV, representing half of all new infections each year.
 any efforts of varying success have engaged yo
main. In 2007, WHO/UNAIDS released their Guidance on provider-initiated opt-out testing in health-care settings and the UNAIDS Referenc
omprehensive services for injecting drug users and to highlight key infectious diseases affecting injecting drug users and define implications
  poverty, vulnerability and HIV (10 min) + 4 abs (15) and disc (15)
  of men who have sex with men in lower and middle income countries, as well as on innovative strategies to enhance such access.
does concluding remarks.
 access and coverageCarlos Magis will add to the importance of this for the Latin America and Caribbean region, he will also welcome partic
 ll be reflected in the session which will have different stakeholders represented. Latin America aims at having a comprehensive regional AI
 on technologies and interventions and there is still widespread uncertainty about how to select and combine interventions in different social a
HIV (PLHIV) from a rights-based approach on a personal, programmatic, monitoring and action level addressing: 1) What is the foundation (v



10 mins each +5 mins Q&A Closing remarks by co-chair = 5minsDevelop summary of outcomes and way forward
periences visions and strategies for action



houdl do concl. remarks. 10 min talks + 5 Q&A. Concluding remarks

al health status of children infected and-or affected by hiv-aids has been neglected in care programs. This session focuses on measurement
  address the latest controversies around cardiovascular, hepatic and renal toxicity
  relation to AIDS but the most crucial unexamined issues remain in the social context of reproduction. Researchers and grassroots organize
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d and highly stigmatised groups – sex workers, men who have sex with men and drug users.<br><br> 
arge global and national infrastructu
hinking about appropriate responses. Especially in a context of stigma and discrimination however, particularly in regard to socially excluded
 region as 1.6 million. The session will provide unprecedented opportunity for dialogue and interaction among political and community leade
e end and keeps time
chair 2 to provide discussant summary at end.
f human rights and undermine public health efforts to tackle HIV and AIDS. In 2006, UNAIDS categorized HIV stigma and discrimination, alo
 ional levels and will also discuss donor approaches working in partnership with resource-limited governments and civil society. Many countr
approaches to working with families to prevent HIV infection, promote well-being, decrease rejection and increase social support for sexual m
nues to rise. In 2007, 33 million people in the world were living with HIV, and 2.5 million died from AIDS. Since the start of the epidemic, ove
cluding remarks.
 T scale-up, especially where human resources are limitedJudith Oulton will also emphasize the importance and key role of nurses in this app
orts to provide leadership for a better response in HIV prevention and care
 dilemmas of disclosure, reason to disclose and possible solutions.
marize and provide concluding remarks 5 minutes

 Co-chair 2 = intro presenters and keep time
nd AIDS among children and challenges related to providing early access to care and treatment for children living with HIV and AIDS. It will a
cting drug use, needle and syringe exchanges, and substitution therapy. As our understanding of the global state of drug use has matured in
 actors and stakeholders are addressing issues around homosexuality, sex among men, HIV infection, access to services and treatment, ho
ns between conflicts, disasters and HIV. These connections are less straight forward than might be supposed and require ongoing research
 nd make concluding remarks
ectorial approaces
cess and management of ARVs in low income settings.Mark Tyndall will welcome presenters and also note the challenges and problems of a

omen bear a disproportionate burden of those responsibilities. In AIDS-affected households, women do all of the work. Along with caring for

spitals to health centres is a major challenge. This session will consist of three presentations of the experiences of countries facing these ch
women and girls. Responses to this global pandemic have failed to meet the needs of women and girls and are not often based on human ri
 tand where criminalization of HIV transmission is occurring, what the reasons are behind it, and alternative responses by which to address th
ncluding remarks
al reflections on the US epidemic. The chairs will introduce successive speakers. The session will end with a short concluding statement from
 ealthcare, ART Scale up

 hor (same on both) must be informed.Mark Nelson will give a 5 minute introduction about liver fibrosis and its importance in prognosis and c
veillance developments.The Chairs will introduce speakers with Q&A after each speaker. The session will close with a 5 minute summary fro
  she will introduce first 2 abstracts. (5 mins)Mutsa Bwakura-Dangarembizi will introduce the last 3 abstracts and give the conclusion remarks
 m Global South to present for 7215 instead of those now nominated
 interesting discussion with leaders from of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), governments, public health advocacy, international age
d the world, including sex worker HIV activists, human rights experts, academics and feminists to discuss the real implications of this policy c
discussed. This panel will discuss some of the social, cultural, political and educational issues raised by trials that assert it is a proven techn
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 to >2%). However, rates are much higher (up to 30% or more) among sex workers and MSM. 
he 2nd speaker advocates for greater invol

 milies and carers through the provision of a comprehensive service addressing physical, spiritual and psychosocial pain and other problems

bal response to AIDS, the past five years have seen dramatic increases in funding, from less than $1 billion US per year in 1999 to over $10
 , Sweden, Norway, Australia, Spain and the US to hold an analytical discussion on the status of political leadership and accountability for Un
 standings of what HIV means, and in bringing key issues to a wider public. Yet discussion of 'cultural responses' is rarely included within scie
ding remarks

onal initiatives, NGOs have become key players in providing support and care for PLHIV. Capacity building programmes have been develop

place and actions by employees and unions that can mitigate those impacts.



nd now increasingly veer towards medical models. Though Human Rights language finds its place in a number of the interventions, there is a
act and treatment of Hepatitis B and C infections in the setting of HIV infection and use of antiretroviral treatment.
sues related to food security and nutrition in resource poor settings. Although there is a growing consensus concerning the need for food, inc
n methods after negative results of some recent trials. An overview will be delivered on possible new products showing promising results in th

and AIDS, introduce the panel and topics (Richard Parker). Concluding remarks thanks by perez luna.

stracts. Co-chair 2 to take an active role in discussion at the end.
ent measuring progress in low and medium income countries (based on abstract 12832).2nd co-chair will keep time and support the discuss
oncluding remarks.
 /STD interactions by co-chair (P.Figueroa). The session speakers will be introduced successively with 5 min Q&A after each speaker. Follow
of ART in difficult to reach populations.Diana Rossi will give the concluding remarks
HIV epidemic in the region. Diversity of political commitment, policies, attitudes and access to services shape national AIDS responses. Mos
ence and HIV. With increased political instability in regions such as Kenya, Zimbabwe and Burma, violence against women is on the rise and
enders, transsexuals and transvestites have to overcome to have access to HIV prevention, care and treatment. Speakers will address the s
 environment and new initiatives.
 everal regions.Kholous Porter will emphasize these points.Both co-chairs will introduce the speakers and welcome participants as well as th




 for 10 min followed by a 5 minutes question period facilitated by the co-chairs. After the presentations the co-chairs will unse the remaining t

d reflection and a reprioritization in the field of HIV vaccine and microbicides research. This special session will bring together senior scientis
 ccountable for scaling up delivery of treatment and prevention services. The session will explore the following questions: What is your mon
  people with HIV/AIDS, they have also blocked measures that are regarded as best practice in prevention, and helped perpetuate judgemen
 nd failed results from a number of vaccine and microbicide trials. Why do trial participants engage with research? Whether we live in a deve
% of global deaths due to AIDS-related illnesses in 2007 occurred in sub-Saharan Africa. Women (who make up to 61% of people living with H
 s research as it relates to the public health approach to ART in resource-limited settings; 3. To discuss strategies and approaches to country
 cases will discuss when to start therapy, and will examine the special considerations for selecting initial regimens such as disease status, co




peakers facilitate the questions periods and provide closing remarks.
prehensiveness in the response to HIV, and will consider key issues that effective programmes should address.
 ality, fertility and pleasure.
  9589 request presenter from Global South rather than the ones nominated now
of funds available to programme implementers. This increase in funds has implied the need to monitor better not only the risk, but the vulnera

 ion sharing, and mass mobilization. Until recently, vast financial and human resources were necessary for achieving impact beyond the local




old. She was born with HIV and is a young leader.
 rs. Following the High Level Review Meeting this June, this session will ask: how far do the UN and member states still need to go to honou
g remarks 10 minutes, thank you 2 minutes

U in the context of criminalization of risk behaviors. Political complacency and apathy, women and children issues, and the emerging epidemi
 idemic. The session will address the challenges created by voluntary and forced migrations in terms of the production of HIV risk and the pa
  a powerful tool for reducing girls' vulnerability among other things by keeping them in school and is considered in general a high cost-effecti
 will fail to meet the Millennium Development Goals for health or to achieve universal access to HIV services by 2010. There is growing recog
  being both affected by these microbes and affect it by sending negative and positive signals.Suppression of the positive signals and enhanc
ms and interventions that are the most effective in preventing HIV transmission. Nonetheless, this data is often overlooked when public policy
 state of the art mechanisms of resistance and HIV variability.
ment’s role in prevention. The session will give a “framework” for positive prevention with emphasis on positive living issues; human rights iss
 m these populations will share their perspectives confronting the epidemic, from the experiences lived by their communities to a more acade
 both a cause and consequence of HIV and AIDS: A cause because rape and sexual assault are vectors for HIV transmission--a consequenc



e challenges of current and future needs for global HIV prevention. It includes the evidence for biomedical interventions, how to improve beha
 ession will provide a platform for sharing the work of the UNAIDS convened International Task Team on HIV-related Travel Restrictions.Sinc
 targeted global leaders, to dialogue on the accountability mechanisms necessary for the realisation of meaningful Positive (PLHIV) Leadersh
nt, Ethiopia, Botswana and the Netherlands--as well as leading civil society advocates, to jointly reflect on the challenges posed by current glo



g retention rates and some surprising ways to improve this in programmes.Both chairs will introduce speakers and thank participants.

presenter from global south, not as currently nominated



of varying success have engaged youth in developing policies, programmes and funding priorities, and several concrete commitments have
e settings and the UNAIDS Reference Group on HIV and Human Rights, among other groups, responded with recommendations. Meanwhile
g drug users and define implications for the HIV/AIDS response. Discussions will provide insights into policy implications for planning, service

 s to enhance such access.

 n region, he will also welcome participants (in Spanish)They will individually introduce speakers in rotationBoth will thank the audience
 having a comprehensive regional AIDS conference (all disciplines and stakeholders) and with geographical cover. Key conference speakers
 bine interventions in different social and epidemiological settings. This session will focus on what is known about approaches to plan, implem
 ressing: 1) What is the foundation (value-added) for a rights-based approach? 2) How to convince the powers-to- be of that value? 3) How to



ay forward




his session focuses on measurement of psychosocial conditions of children infected and-or affected. It address the effect of care programs o

Researchers and grassroots organizers have been calling attention to the social and political context of AIDS and to the specific situation of w
L

arge global and national infrastructures to respond to AIDS have developed, and are managing the billions of dollars now allocated to fightin
 cularly in regard to socially excluded groups, the shift in understanding from a bio-medical approach to one that addresses structural drivers
among political and community leaders, scientists and other researchers, people living with HIV and representatives of civil society from acro
d HIV stigma and discrimination, along with inequity and human rights abuses, as primary obstacles to scaling up HIV programs and achievi
ments and civil society. Many countries facing a financial burden of HIV/AIDS not only critically depend on external assistance for scale up o
 increase social support for sexual minority individuals. The session will provide a forum to discuss the role of institutions (e.g. families, com
. Since the start of the epidemic, over 25 million people have died of AIDS.<br><br>Antiretroviral medicines have provided enormous hope f

nce and key role of nurses in this approach.Both will welcome participants and speakers, both will introduce speakers and topic in turn




 ren living with HIV and AIDS. It will also examine various models for the delivery of care and treatment for children and the key challenges i
bal state of drug use has matured in recent years, so a more global approach to harm reduction has developed – encompassing human righ
access to services and treatment, homophobia, stigma and discrimination, etc., in countries and within social environments where denial of th
posed and require ongoing research and monitoring. This session will examine a range of evidence and theorising about the impact of conflic



ote the challenges and problems of access in higher income settings.Both chairs will individually introduce the speakers in rotation. Both cha

all of the work. Along with caring for sick husbands and family members, they also take on extra tasks to support the household: They grow

eriences of countries facing these challenges and the barriers that have been overcome and those that they still face and how far decentralis
and are not often based on human rights. Who is leading in changing the AIDS response to meet the needs of women and girls? Who is acc
 ive responses by which to address the concerns of those who promote it. Speakers will examine whether criminalization of HIV transmission

ith a short concluding statement from co-chair2.



 nd its importance in prognosis and clinical decisions.
ill close with a 5 minute summary from chair 2 and a highlight of key recommendations arising from the session.
acts and give the conclusion remarks (2 mins)

ic health advocacy, international agencies, and the drug industry that have successfully designed and implemented proven and/or efficient m
s the real implications of this policy change ; to examine where this fundamental shift has come from, and why it is happening now. Additiona
 trials that assert it is a proven technique to reduce HIV transmission. This session will explore difficult issues rather than asserting fixed pos
  speaker advocates for greater involvement of the most at risk populations mentioned above. "Since 1996, there has been dramatic progres

sychosocial pain and other problems from the time of diagnosis to the end of life. Palliative care also includes bereavement care and the care

ion US per year in 1999 to over $10 billion per year today. While this figure remains well below estimates of what is required to achieve univ
 leadership and accountability for Universal Action. AIDS Ambassadors have demonstrated extensive knowledge and understanding of key
sponses' is rarely included within scientific programs of Conferences, although it is as valid a form of analysis as any other. By bringing toget
ing programmes have been developed in response to the need of NGOs to furthermore increase their responses to the HIV health crisis.




number of the interventions, there is a serious issue being raised whether Human Rights based approaches are really effective, especially in

sus concerning the need for food, including clean water, and nutritional support to accompany ART, home-based care programs and progra
ducts showing promising results in the laboratory, as well as the status of clinical studies with microbicides containing ART. The concept of "




ll keep time and support the discussion session

 min Q&A after each speaker. Following final questions/comments the session will end with a brief summary by co-chair2.

 hape national AIDS responses. Most countries report low prevalence, while data suggests higher prevalence coupled with risks and vulnerab
nce against women is on the rise and new challenges are emerging for persons living with HIV, as well as for marginalised communities mos
eatment. Speakers will address the significance of respecting HHRR of TTT, share lessons learned on community mobilization, strategic alli
 d welcome participants as well as thank the audience.




 e co-chairs will unse the remaining time to facilitate additional Q&A session and provide concluding remarks based on the session content.

  ion will bring together senior scientists and advocacy leadership in the area of HIV vaccine and microbicides research. The session will expl
 owing questions: What is your monitoring methodology? What/Whom do you monitor? What are your chief findings and recommendations?
on, and helped perpetuate judgements of sexual behaviors and identities that make reaching vulnerable populations more difficult. This sess
 research? Whether we live in a developed or developing country, what are the true motivations of our enrollment? Does inequality in acces
make up to 61% of people living with HIV in this region) and children are particularly affected by the pandemic.Despite the fact that new surve
 strategies and approaches to country-level operations research; 4) To discuss the importance of building research capacity in resource-limite
  egimens such as disease status, co-morbidities, pre-existing conditions, and other factors. The cases on antiretroviral therapy failure will illu




 etter not only the risk, but the vulnerability of populations and to move beyond the standard approaches used in epidemiology and surveillan

 or achieving impact beyond the local or national level, ICT tools such as e-groups, blogs, e-petitions and voting, distance learning courses, o




 mber states still need to go to honour their UNGASS commitments? What are the results delivered and challenges? How can other partner



en issues, and the emerging epidemic in some Asian countries will be included.
 he production of HIV risk and the particular vulnerabilities that migrant populations face. It will also highlight how migration may be propelled
 sidered in general a high cost-effective means of prevention. Comprehensive sex education and school based interventions for girls and bo
 ices by 2010. There is growing recognition that the solution lies in reorganization of clinical services and of the demography of the health wor
on of the positive signals and enhancement or simulation of the negative signals generated by non-HIV microbes may lead to the developme
s often overlooked when public policy is drafted. Due to the controversial nature of behaviour associated with sexual and drug-related transm

ositive living issues; human rights issues: implications on policy and laws for different vulnerable groups of PLHIV; implications of treatment a
 y their communities to a more academic approach. It will cover issues such as the factors that are responsible for their overrepresentation, t
s for HIV transmission--a consequence because HIV-positive women offer suffer abuse when disclosing their status. This dialogue aims to h



al interventions, how to improve behavioural approaches, addressing and understanding structural approaches, how to make programmes w
  HIV-related Travel Restrictions.Since the beginning of the HIV epidemic some governments have implemented discriminatory travel restrict
 eaningful Positive (PLHIV) Leadership to address the epidemic. The session will be a platform for sharing the outcomes of the official pre-co
n the challenges posed by current global AIDS funding architecture and dialogue on accountability for delivery of effective and efficient AIDS



 akers and thank participants.




several concrete commitments have been made at UNGASS, MDGs and ICPD to reduce infection rates among young people and fully involv
ed with recommendations. Meanwhile various strategies to increase access to testing in different countries are being implemented. Numerou
olicy implications for planning, service delivery and monitoring, and will provide a framework for further research and state-of-the-art for action




onBoth will thank the audience
 ical cover. Key conference speakers from the latest regional conference will propose some questions for discussion and some of the most r
wn about approaches to plan, implement and evaluate HIV prevention programmes in a range of settings. Particular attention will be paid to
owers-to- be of that value? 3) How to measure progress in achieving rights? The session will look at how PLHIV exercise their individual se




address the effect of care programs on the psychological well being of children.

AIDS and to the specific situation of women since the mid 1980s. Many of the sharp critiques of the early period could be repeated and expan
ons of dollars now allocated to fighting AIDS. But those very populations most affected by AIDS remain disenfranchised, under-resourced an
one that addresses structural drivers that make some sub-populations more vulnerable than others is critical, if difficult for many programmer
 resentatives of civil society from across the region in response to the challenges of the AIDS crisis.
scaling up HIV programs and achieving universal access to HIV prevention, care and treatment. In recent years, researchers and practitioner
on external assistance for scale up of national programmes, but have yet to put in place systems to mobilize predictable and sustainable dom
role of institutions (e.g. families, community programs, health agencies) and community-level interventions to help change outcomes for LGB
 nes have provided enormous hope for those with access. Used for treatment of chronic infection, to prevent mother to child transmission an

uce speakers and topic in turn




 for children and the key challenges involved in scaling up promising models, drawing on programme experiences from various parts of the w
veloped – encompassing human rights, non-injecting drug use, alcohol and tobacco use, issues for producer countries, challenging oppressi
ocial environments where denial of the existence of sex among men is a common denominator. Examples from sub-Saharan Africa, North A
 theorising about the impact of conflict and disasters on HIV. The session will point to developing clear and immediate policy and programm



ce the speakers in rotation. Both chairs will thank the audience.

o support the household: They grow the food, fetch water and fire wood, cook, clean, shop, wash and care for the family, and take in children

 hey still face and how far decentralisation should go. The speakers have been asked to synthesize research and experience (clinical, comm
 eds of women and girls? Who is accountable? What is missing? Is it merely “lip service” or is there is sufficient political commitment to truly
er criminalization of HIV transmission advances either the public health goal of HIV prevention or the criminal law goals of justice and deterre




mplemented proven and/or efficient models of integral care for PLHIV. The presentations will focus on actions and solutions that they have d
nd why it is happening now. Additionally there will be an examination of the evidence for this type of programming and an analysis of internati
ssues rather than asserting fixed positions. The discussion will explore the evidence for the efficacy of circumcision, the impact on those who
 96, there has been dramatic progress in involving PLHIV in national/regional consultations. However, their involvement in policy decisions an

 udes bereavement care and the care of orphans and vulnerable children. The session will look at the moral imperative to build on the founda

es of what is required to achieve universal access, progress has been made in many areas. As treatment and prevention programmes are t
nowledge and understanding of key challenges in HIV/AIDS. At several high level sessions they have called on action to address challenges
alysis as any other. By bringing together four important writers this session focuses attention on the literary response, and reaches out beyon
esponses to the HIV health crisis.




hes are really effective, especially in the context of criminalization of practices of vulnerable groups. The session will initially lay out the theo

me-based care programs and programs for children affected by AIDS, experiences to date have highlighted a number of issues surrounding
des containing ART. The concept of "low dose oral intake of ART as prophylaxis" called Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PREP) will be reviewed in




mary by co-chair2.

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 ence coupled with risks and vulnerability factors among specific populations and locations. 
he first presentation will set the stage on epidem
 s for marginalised communities most affected by HIV. What is the situation for women in ongoing conflict zones such as the Eastern Congo
community mobilization, strategic alliances and programme implementation as a way forward in national responses, appropriate programmin
 arks based on the session content.

 ides research. The session will explore where the field is heading, review the results of recent trials, and address critical questions such as
chief findings and recommendations? How will you use these efforts to create change in policy? Emphasis will be placed on southerners hold
 populations more difficult. This session will provide an analysis of the role of major religious organisations and faiths in HIV prevention.
nrollment? Does inequality in access to health care affect trial enrollment? How communities can directly participate to the design of studie
emic.Despite the fact that new surveys and calculation models show a decline in HIV prevalence rates from 5.8% in 2001 to 5.0% in 2007, A
g research capacity in resource-limited settings as a critical element of health systems strengthening.
 n antiretroviral therapy failure will illustrate complex issues in switching therapies for early failure, strategies for late and complicated failure,




s used in epidemiology and surveillance in public health. Moreover the increased funding (national, bilateral as well as multilateral) of AIDS

d voting, distance learning courses, online social networking and best practice sharing, e-consultations and needs assessments, information




d challenges? How can other partners complement their efforts?




ight how migration may be propelled by global inequalities in access to adequate AIDS-related care and medication, and the barriers that HIV
l based interventions for girls and boys should be considered an essential part of the strategy to manage the spread of HIV. This session wil
 of the demography of the health workforce. The task shifting approach between physicians, nurses, other health care professionals, as wel
microbes may lead to the development of new anti-HIV strategies. This session will include several presentations on the mechanisms of inte
 with sexual and drug-related transmission, certain interest groups associated to religious or business leaders often use their power to influe

of PLHIV; implications of treatment and care on positive prevention and the prevention of new infections; sexual and reproductive health and
onsible for their overrepresentation, the human rights violations that lead to their particular vulnerability, the consequences of the epidemic am
 their status. This dialogue aims to highlight common strategies as well as the specific ways in which women's rights activists, policy makers



oaches, how to make programmes work and scale them up on the ground. The papers draw on the successes and failures in HIV prevention
emented discriminatory travel restrictions in regards to HIV positive people wishing to enter or remain in a country for short stay (e.g. busines
ng the outcomes of the official pre-conference to the International AIDS Conference, “LIVING 2008: Positive Leadership Summit”, held on 31
 livery of effective and efficient AIDS programs.<br>UNAIDS estimates that by the end of 2007 global mobilization would have generated 10




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 among young people and fully involve them in the response. 
he crucial potential of young people to affect change in the global response is
es are being implemented. Numerous concerns remain on how access to testing and counseling can be improved while providing protection
                                                                     

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esearch and state-of-the-art for action in the most affected regions.
early one third of all new HIV infections outside of sub-Saharan Africa ar




r discussion and some of the most relevant are: What has happened between FORO and CONCASIDA 2007 and AIDS 2008? Does Latin A
s. Particular attention will be paid to innovative evaluation approaches for measuring the impact of promising HIV prevention interventions, in
ow PLHIV exercise their individual sexual health and reproductive rights when not alone in living out their sexual and reproductive rights and




 period could be repeated and expanded upon today with no loss of cogency or point. For this discussion, the panel will take the social cont
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disenfranchised, under-resourced and largely absent from the big decision making about AIDS.<br><br> 
his session will evidence the seri
tical, if difficult for many programmers at the national, donor and community levels to make. This session will look at some of the critical insi
nt years, researchers and practitioners have made significant progress in identifying the causes and dimensions of stigma, developing practic
bilize predictable and sustainable domestic resources for HIV/AIDS or for broader health care programmes. Increased resources for AIDS, th
ons to help change outcomes for LGBT young people and to change negative and rejecting group norms that increase stigma, victimization a
event mother to child transmission and as post-exposure prophylaxis for occupational and non-occupational exposures to the virus, antiretrov




periences from various parts of the world. There will be special emphasis on the needs of children transitioning to adulthood in a world affect
ucer countries, challenging oppressive legal systems, and engraving drug use within a broader poverty and marginalization agenda. This ses
 es from sub-Saharan Africa, North Africa/Middle East, India and Eastern Europe. Speakers will range from gay and HIV activists, to researc
and immediate policy and programme recommendations for how HIV/AIDS initiatives should be designed for humanitarian crisis and post-co




are for the family, and take in children orphaned by AIDS. And they do all of this often while battling AIDS-related illnesses themselves. It’s ca

earch and experience (clinical, community, socioeconomic, political) from their country's programme(s) and to be open about the strengths a
ufficient political commitment to truly address women’s human rights as part of the AIDS response? Where are the resources to truly “engend
minal law goals of justice and deterrence (or serves any other useful purpose). They will also consider scientific issues that impact on crimina




ctions and solutions that they have demonstrated and evaluated as effective in key aspects of universal access such as scaling up in preven
ramming and an analysis of international treaties and laws that relate to prostitution to see if there is any legal basis for this approach so we
rcumcision, the impact on those who are circumcised and on their sex partners, and the social, cultural and religious contexts of circumcision
eir involvement in policy decisions and budgetary allocations remains limited. Vulnerability and the civil society’s structural role must be supp

oral imperative to build on the foundation of palliative care as a human right to ensure that palliative care services are available to all those a

ent and prevention programmes are taken to scale, there has been criticism over the past year that an expanded AIDS response is somehow
alled on action to address challenges, including better donor coordination, programs to address gender power imbalances, promoting an age
ary response, and reaches out beyond the normal positivist framework which too often limits our ability to understand the full impact of the ep
e session will initially lay out the theoretical basis of Human Rights based interventions in HIV, vindicated by empirical evidence, if any, and th

 ted a number of issues surrounding how to actually best deliver food and nutritional support. This session will address why food and nutritio
rophylaxis (PREP) will be reviewed in terms of progress with clinical trials as well as issues such as viral resistance development, impact on




sentation will set the stage on epidemic dynamics and key drivers that spread HIV in MENA. Facts coupled with political commitment and res
 ct zones such as the Eastern Congo and in areas of unrest? What is the impact of political instability on access to treatment and care for pe
 responses, appropriate programming and policy formulation
 d address critical questions such as the scientific obstacles preventing rapid development and delivery of preventive vaccines and microbicid
sis will be placed on southerners holding their own governments and global agencies accountable.
ns and faiths in HIV prevention.
ctly participate to the design of studies? Thesequestions are lingering questions yet to be adequately addressed as they may impact deeply o
rom 5.8% in 2001 to 5.0% in 2007, AIDS continues to be the single largest cause of mortality in sub-Saharan Africa. This evidence calls for a

gies for late and complicated failure, and the use of new drugs in treatment-experienced patients.




ateral as well as multilateral) of AIDS programmes worldwide will demand better measuring and reporting of outcomes. In addition National

nd needs assessments, information portals, wiki and SMS applications, etc are delivering results in the health sector cheaply and instantane




 medication, and the barriers that HIV positive migrants face in crossing international borders.
e the spread of HIV. This session will explore the interrelationship between sex and relationship education for girls and boys, sexual health b
her health care professionals, as well as community health workers, has been recommended as a return to the core principles of health serv
 entations on the mechanisms of interaction of HIV with non-HIV pathogens typical of various geographical regions.
 aders often use their power to influence policy according to their ideology or moral beliefs rather than the available data.<br><br>This sessio

 ; sexual and reproductive health and rights implications on positive prevention.
the consequences of the epidemic among the underserved communities, and their recommendations on the development of adequate public
omen's rights activists, policy makers, and donors are working together to overcome challenges and find opportunities to combat violence ag



cesses and failures in HIV prevention to date and conclude with a call to action in forming and sustaining a new prevention movement that w
a country for short stay (e.g. business, personal visits) or for longer periods (e.g. employment, asylum, family reunification, resettlement or s
itive Leadership Summit”, held on 31st July -1st August 2008. The results from a global consultation among PLHIV networks worldwide orga
obilization would have generated 10 billion USD for the AIDS response. Yet even with such unprecedented increases in financing, if the curr




 ect change in the global response is unparalleled, yet universal access targets for young people’s prevention, treatment, care and support a
  improved while providing protection to people at risk of stigma, discrimination, criminalization and other potential adverse outcomes. This se
 ons outside of sub-Saharan Africa are attributed to injecting drug use. The world’s fastest growing epidemic is in Eastern Europe where mor




  2007 and AIDS 2008? Does Latin America need one or more regional conferences? How do the issues and agenda of the regional confere
mising HIV prevention interventions, including structural interventions, and comprehensive HIV prevention programmes.
 r sexual and reproductive rights and likely to have differing desires, facing different circumstances and consequences than their sexual partn




on, the panel will take the social context of reproduction as its central organizing concept. The issues to be discussed are: reproductive choi
  T
> 
his session will evidence the seriousness and extent of the challenges and will also propose some solutions. It will bring together influen
on will look at some of the critical insights on the implications of a vulnerability reduction model to compliment the risk reduction efforts at the
ensions of stigma, developing practical tools for programs with multiple target groups, and standardizing measures for evaluating programs.
es. Increased resources for AIDS, through the Global Fund, PEPFAR, other bilateral aid programmes and private foundations are enabling
 that increase stigma, victimization and low self-esteem in LGBT young people which increase their risk for HIV infection.
onal exposures to the virus, antiretrovirals are also being studied for use as pre-exposure prophylaxis for individuals most at risk of infection.




tioning to adulthood in a world affected by HIV, and of their families.
and marginalization agenda. This session will aim to outline some of the new frontiers for the developing international harm reduction agenda
rom gay and HIV activists, to researchers to government officials or advisors who will seek to put across how HIV prevention, care, support a
d for humanitarian crisis and post-conflict transitions.




S-related illnesses themselves. It’s called the Care Economy and the time, energy and resources women spend on these tasks is unrecogniz

and to be open about the strengths and weaknesses of these.
ere are the resources to truly “engender” the AIDS response? How do we move from rhetoric about women to action that matters to women?
cientific issues that impact on criminalization, such as phylogenetic testing and new studies regarding infectiousness while on successful trea




access such as scaling up in prevention, VCT, rapid testing, delivery of ART, consistent access to medication, including a discussion on the
y legal basis for this approach so we can try to understand what (and who) is driving this fundamental shift in policy
and religious contexts of circumcision.
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ociety’s structural role must be supported if programming is to advance.
he Pan Caribbean Partnership against HIV and AIDS (PANCAP) h

 e services are available to all those affected by HIV.

xpanded AIDS response is somehow detracting from broader health systems strengthening. This special session will explore different persp
power imbalances, promoting an agenda for youth and recognition of the development impacts of the epidemic. The purpose of the Special S
o understand the full impact of the epidemic, and the human devastation it has caused.
d by empirical evidence, if any, and then develop the theme, in terms of successes or failures in intervention and responses that civil society

on will address why food and nutrition are important, what are lessons learned from the field, how countries have incorporated nutrition into n
 resistance development, impact on future treatment options and side effects.




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led with political commitment and resources provide solid ground to focus where impact can be reached. 
 comprehensive response addres
n access to treatment and care for persons living with HIV? What is the effect on the sustainability of HIV prevention programmes? How do
of preventive vaccines and microbicides. The speakers will reflect on strategic considerations within the field, such as promoting basic scienc



dressed as they may impact deeply on the way community groups collaborate with researchers and on their vision of the critical role that civil
haran Africa. This evidence calls for a strong partnership between Government, Private Sector and Civil Society Organisations to immediately




ng of outcomes. In addition National AIDS Programmes will have to be more efficient with their interventions in order to maximize investm

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health sector cheaply and instantaneously. 
his panel will explore the growing potential of applying ICTs to health and development, and also




on for girls and boys, sexual health behaviour and HIV prevention. The session will use a gender lens to analyze in and out of school sex ed
n to the core principles of health services that are accessible, equitable, of good quality and sustainable. This session will look at the available
cal regions.
e available data.<br><br>This session will deal with sexuality education, harm reduction, sex work and homophobia. Speakers will present r



n the development of adequate public policies.
 opportunities to combat violence against women.<br><br>This dialogue between community activists, researchers, media and policy make



g a new prevention movement that will push prevention efforts beyond the current levels.
 amily reunification, resettlement or study). Current reports indicate that there are 74 countries with laws and policies barring entry or residenc
 ong PLHIV networks worldwide organised by the LIVING partnership/GNP+ from April – June 2008 will also be shared.
 ted increases in financing, if the current levels continue and the world fails to move beyond implementation of HIV services we have to date,




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ntion, treatment, care and support are far from being met. 
t the XVI Toronto International AIDS Conference, the Toronto YouthForce and th
potential adverse outcomes. This session will be grounded in a discussion of the UNAIDS Reference Group on HIV and Human Rights state
mic is in Eastern Europe where more than 70% of the infections are driven by injecting drug use. It is well known that levels of hepatitis B an




s and agenda of the regional conferences get into the International AIDS Conference? What has to be done to establish formal links between
n programmes.
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 onsequences than their sexual partners.
 iven that ‘sexual rights’ is not recognized terminology in international consensus documents, and w




 be discussed are: reproductive choice, fertility, desire through breastfeeding, childcare, and economic subsistence as they relate to AIDS pr
olutions. It will bring together influential donors and successful leaders from marginalised populations to do three things: 1. examine the bar
ment the risk reduction efforts at the community level.
g measures for evaluating programs. The stage is now set for effective strategies that combine interventions across sectors and at multiple le
and private foundations are enabling expansion in countries of HIV-specific prevention and treatment interventions. Also infrastructure, huma
  for HIV infection.
 r individuals most at risk of infection. Over 3 million people in low- and middle-income countries are now receiving antiretrovirals, approxima




  international harm reduction agenda – including the frequent violations of the human rights of drug users, the emergence of a new generati
s how HIV prevention, care, support and treatment programmes for MSM can thrive in the middle of hostile and homophobic contexts




  spend on these tasks is unrecognized, unvalued and unpaid. They are called volunteers but they are not forgoing payment because they ca



men to action that matters to women? This interactive dialogue will engage leaders from community-based organizations, feminist movement
 ectiousness while on successful treatment, as well as social issues, such as selective enforcement and possible impact on women living wit




 cation, including a discussion on the accountability of donor recipient governments as well as the pharmaceutical industry in determining affo



  against HIV and AIDS (PANCAP) has marked its 6th anniversary. The presentation will discuss the context, approaches and lessons learne




 al session will explore different perspectives on the current debate as to whether and how HIV specific funding is contributing to strengthenin
 idemic. The purpose of the Special Session is to address the role of AIDS Ambassadors in the global response and how they can be mobiliz
tion and responses that civil society and government have launched with Human Rights being part of the central plank and contrasts that sa

ries have incorporated nutrition into national AIDS policy and action plans and what the cost/benefit is of having nutrition and food activities in




  A
. 
 comprehensive response addressing risk factors, gender, socio-economic marginalization, can be reached only through synergy of partn
V prevention programmes? How do we ensure that women's voices and expertise are included in the efforts to build peace and create solut
field, such as promoting basic science and innovative product design versus clinical trials and advancing development of existing candidates



heir vision of the critical role that civil society should have and its responsibility towards research.Dedication: To Carole Jenkins, who recently
Society Organisations to immediately implement and accelerate the political commitments (Abuja, Maputo, and Brazzaville) for universal acc




ntions in order to maximize investment and results. They will have to show that its interventions are effective in preventing new HIV infectio

 to health and development, and also the challenges those with language barriers or those without internet access face in contributing to glo




o analyze in and out of school sex education programmes. It will also analyze levers and barriers to success, offering perspectives from man
 This session will look at the available evidence and experience on task shifting though country experiences, discuss the WHO recommenda
homophobia. Speakers will present research results on effective ways of preventing transmission related to these topics. They will compare p




researchers, media and policy makers will highlight the creative and innovative strategies that they use to address the links between violence




and policies barring entry or residency for individuals based on their HIV positive status, and of these, 13 countries ban HIV-positive people f
also be shared.
ion of HIV services we have to date, the epidemic will continue to worsen. At the IAS 2007 conference in Sydney, a session on the future of




ence, the Toronto YouthForce and the AIDS 2006 Youth Programme hosted an unprecedented initiative, the Youth-Adult Commitments Des
 roup on HIV and Human Rights statement and recommendations, followed by a discussion of how the issues are being addressed on the gr
ell known that levels of hepatitis B and hepatitis C infection are extremely high among injecting drug users. Studies show that injecting drug u




one to establish formal links between regional conferences and International AIDS conferences?

 ational consensus documents, and what the implications for PLHIV are?




subsistence as they relate to AIDS prevention and treatment. The panel will also explore the challenges of AIDS to human development.
o do three things: 1. examine the barriers to effective leadership experienced by marginalised populations, 2. explore the potential of organis
 ons across sectors and at multiple levels to generate broad reductions in stigma, discrimination, and gender based violence. Despite this pro
erventions. Also infrastructure, human resources, commodities management and distribution, research and evaluation that can contribute to

w receiving antiretrovirals, approximately 31% of those in need. Still, new infections continue to outpace efforts to scale up access to treatme




rs, the emergence of a new generation of drug users, the engagement of drug user activists in policy discussion and creation, and the chang
 ile and homophobic contexts




                                                                            

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ot forgoing payment because they can afford to because they want to.<br><br>
 hat should be the job of a trained, experienced nurse or doc



ed organizations, feminist movements, youth networks and policy and decision makers from government and the UN system. Clearly there is
 possible impact on women living with HIV. The appropriate boundaries of criminalization of HIV transmission, including the appropriate role




 aceutical industry in determining affordable and appropriate drug pricing. Low-middle and middle-income countries have a barrier to affordab



                                                                                                                                      

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ntext, approaches and lessons learned in the implementation of the Caribbean Regional Strategic Framework during the period 2001-2006.





unding is contributing to strengthening health systems on a global scale.Public health experts, health economists, civil society leaders and ad
esponse and how they can be mobilized for greater action and accountability. The session will also provide AIDS Ambassadors with an oppor
e central plank and contrasts that same with those responses where Human Rights are absent or negated.

 having nutrition and food activities in a variety of AIDS programs.




eached only through synergy of partnerships with sectors, religious leaders, media, and civil society. The voice of people living with HIV from
fforts to build peace and create solutions?This session will examine the impact of sexual violence, conflict and political crises on women, per
g development of existing candidates. They will also discuss the scientific, ethical, and operational challenges in the field of biomedical preve



tion: To Carole Jenkins, who recently passed, a pioneer in anthropological research linking research and communities.
uto, and Brazzaville) for universal access to HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support services




ective in preventing new HIV infections and mitigating their impact . HIV epidemiology and surveillance have to adapt to these new paradigm

net access face in contributing to global dialogue and accessing information readily. The substantial number of young people excluded from




cess, offering perspectives from many different regions of the world.
ces, discuss the WHO recommendations and guidelines and analyze the way forward for task shifting.
d to these topics. They will compare programs that are based on research with others that are not.




o address the links between violence against women and HIV and AIDS. The session will conclude with a challenge and call to action to don




3 countries ban HIV-positive people from entering for any reason or for any length of time. There is growing international momentum for HIV-

in Sydney, a session on the future of global financing of HIV reflected on challenges of traditional approaches to donor support. Discussions




e, the Youth-Adult Commitments Desk, where high profile decision-makers made concrete and time-bound commitments on how they planne
ssues are being addressed on the ground, with discussions of the special issues of gender and other marginalized groups. The session will s
 rs. Studies show that injecting drug users also face higher risks of contracting TB and are more likely to develop it in multiple organs and site




 of AIDS to human development.
ns, 2. explore the potential of organisations representing marginalised populations to advocate for better access to services and to resources
nder based violence. Despite this progress, efforts to address stigma’s negative impact still remain grossly neglected in national and internat
and evaluation that can contribute to overall health systems strengthening. A number of initiatives from within resource-limited countries the

 efforts to scale up access to treatment. For every 2 persons who begin life-prolonging antiretroviral therapy, there are 5 people who become




 cussion and creation, and the changing scenarios in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.




of a trained, experienced nurse or doctor is now the responsibility of women. Girls are being taken out school to care for sick family members



 and the UN system. Clearly there is a need for a greater response to the HIV/AIDS pandemic that is based on the promotion, protection and
ssion, including the appropriate role of the State with regard to intervening in intimate sexual encounters, and the extent to which each sexua




e countries have a barrier to affordable treatment access and this must be addressed. The cost in the national programs for HIV/AIDS must



                                  

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ework during the period 2001-2006.
he Pan Caribbean HIV Forum brings together all stakeholders to confront the barriers that hinder effecti




onomists, civil society leaders and advocates will discuss the impact of HIV care and treatment on health care services in resource-limited se
de AIDS Ambassadors with an opportunity to interact with delegates from science, community, PLHIV and policy on the key issues and prior
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 voice of people living with HIV from MENA will advocate and suggest concrete actions to become “part of the solution” and fight stigma. 
xa
ct and political crises on women, persons living with HIV, and marginalised communities in the context of HIV.
enges in the field of biomedical prevention research.



d communities.




 have to adapt to these new paradigms and provide basic information of where the epidemic is going and what th

mber of young people excluded from internet-based organizing leads to a “digital gap” between those with acces
h a challenge and call to action to donors, governments, policy makers and civil society to address the intersection between violence aga




wing international momentum for HIV-related travel restrictions to be reversed. The time for

aches to donor support. Discussions identified key challenges to be addressed including:<br><br>--Building greater ambitio




nd commitments on how they planned to scale up their interventions for and with young people. Currently only 25% of the commitments
arginalized groups. The session will seek the common ground between a rights based and public health approach to scaling-up HIV testing a
 develop it in multiple organs and sites; they have high incidence of other sexually transmitt




 access to services and to resources, and 3. reflect and learn from good donors leadership.
 sly neglected in national and international AIDS responses. Through a moderated panel format this session will explore s
 within resource-limited countries themselves, as well as donor-driven initiatives aim to address the issue of social

rapy, there are 5 people who become infected. Scientific challenges continue to delay the developm




 hool to care for sick family members, and women are sinking deeper into poverty as they are being pulled away from work that



 sed on the promotion, protection and fulfillment of women’s human rights, but is there enough leadership and commitment to make this hap
 , and the extent to which each sexual partner should take autonomous responsibility for self-protection, will be ex




ational programs for HIV/AIDS must be affordable and sustainable to reach Universal Access.



onfront the barriers that hinder effective HIV responses. Regional Ministers of Health and stakeholders have endorsed this call for a bie




h care services in resource-limited settings. They will address how the energy and momentum generated by the AIDS
nd policy on the key issues and priorities where there may be opportunities to advance policy advocacy and intensify action.
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of the solution” and fight stigma. 
xamples of programmes for those at risk (IDU, sex work and MSM) will illustra
tersection between violence aga




ding greater ambitio




ly only 25% of the commitments
 approach to scaling-up HIV testing and
sion will explore s
e of social




ed away from work that



p and commitment to make this happen?




have endorsed this call for a bie




 d by the AIDS
and intensify action.
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 574   MOAX06   Oral Abstract Session
 561   MOAX04   Oral Abstract Session
 405   MOCA05   Performance
 366   MOSY08   Symposium
 511   MOAD03    Oral Abstract Session
 472   MOAA03    Oral Abstract Session
 124   MOSY10    Symposium
  70   MOBS03    Bridging Session
  75   MOBS02    Bridging Session
  23   MOSY09    Symposium
 622   MOCA09    Screening
 662   MOCA17    Reading
 428   MOCA15    Screening
 617   MOWS05    GV Workshop
 638   MOWS07    GV Workshop
 407   MOCA06    Performance
 612   MOGS05    Panel Discussion
 663   MOCA18    Reading
 945   MOSAT22   Non-Commercial Satellite
1091   MOSS03    Special Session
1157   MOSAT15   Non-Commercial Satellite
1093   MOSAT14   Non-Commercial Satellite
1076   MOSAT27   Non-Commercial Satellite
1065   MOSAT10   Non-Commercial Satellite
1066   MOSAT12   Non-Commercial Satellite
1067   MOSAT11   Non-Commercial Satellite
1057   MOSAT21   Non-Commercial Satellite
1231   MOSAT23   Non-Commercial Satellite
1233   MOSAT17   Non-Commercial Satellite
1032   MOSAT19   Non-Commercial Satellite
1023   MOSAT16   Non-Commercial Satellite
1025   MOSAT26   Non-Commercial Satellite
1021   MOSAT13   Non-Commercial Satellite
1046   MOSAT09   Non-Commercial Satellite
 977   MOSAT25   Non-Commercial Satellite
 980   MOSAT24   Non-Commercial Satellite
 988   MOSAT20   Non-Commercial Satellite
 996   MOSAT18   Commercial Satellite
 408   MOCA07    Performance
1247   MOCA16    Screening
1228   TUSAT09   Non-Commercial Satellite
1232   TUSAT06   Non-Commercial Satellite
1239   TUSAT02   Non-Commercial Satellite
1240   TUSAT08   Non-Commercial Satellite
1011   TUSAT05   Non-Commercial Satellite
 990   TUSAT03   Commercial Satellite
1044   TUSAT01   Non-Commercial Satellite
 957   TUSAT04   Non-Commercial Satellite
 959   TUSAT07   Non-Commercial Satellite
1277   TUCA22    Reading
  50   TUPL01    Plenary
1263   TUCA01    Performance
 595   TUCA11    Screening
 446   TUCA02    Performance
 442   TUWS03    GV Workshop
 437   TUWS01    GV Workshop
432   TUGS01   Debate
362   TUSB10   Skills Building Workshop
358   TUSB08   Skills Building Workshop
360   TUSB05   Skills Building Workshop
466   TUAA01   Oral Abstract Session
485   TUAC02   Oral Abstract Session
508   TUAE01   Oral Abstract Session
491   TUAB01   Oral Abstract Session
 30   TUSY03   Symposium
 25   TUSY02   Symposium
  2   TUSY01   Symposium
 74   TUBS01   Bridging Session
120   TUSY04   Symposium
169   TUSB01   Skills Building Workshop
171   TUSB03   Skills Building Workshop
182   TUSB07   Skills Building Workshop
213   TUSB09   Skills Building Workshop
355   TUSB02   Skills Building Workshop
309   TUSB06   Skills Building Workshop
269   TUSB04   Skills Building Workshop
580   TUAC01   Oral Abstract Session
564   TUAX01   Oral Abstract Session
443   TUCA08   Screening
404   TUCA03   Performance
640   TUCA12   Screening
445   TUCA09   Screening
438   TUGS06   Panel Discussion
129   TUSS02   Special Session
130   TUSS04   Special Session
 85   TUSS03   Special Session
 42   TUSS01   Special Session
372   TUGS02   Meet the Plenary Speaker
499   TUPDB2   Poster Discussion
468   TUPDA1   Poster Discussion
559   TUPDE1   Poster Discussion
552   TUPDC2   Poster Discussion
547   TUPDA2   Poster Discussion
548   TUPDB1   Poster Discussion
555   TUPDC1   Poster Discussion
556   TUPDE2   Poster Discussion
581   TUPDD2   Poster Discussion
585   TUPDD1   Poster Discussion
624   TUCA13   Screening
439   TUGS07   Presentation Q and A
433   TUGS03   Panel Discussion
430   TUGS10   Panel Discussion
484   TUAC04   Oral Abstract Session
474   TUAA02   Oral Abstract Session
480   TUAB02   Oral Abstract Session
495   TUAC03   Oral Abstract Session
503   TUAE02   Oral Abstract Session
520   TUAD01   Oral Abstract Session
 518   TUAD02    Oral Abstract Session
  32   TUSY07    Symposium
   3   TUSY05    Symposium
  26   TUSY06    Symposium
 142   TUSB19    Skills Building Workshop
 135   TUSB17    Skills Building Workshop
 248   TUSB18    Skills Building Workshop
 266   TUSB15    Skills Building Workshop
 287   TUSB20    Skills Building Workshop
 292   TUSB14    Skills Building Workshop
 298   TUSB11    Skills Building Workshop
 342   TUSB12    Skills Building Workshop
 181   TUSB13    Skills Building Workshop
 603   TUGS09    Presentation Q and A
 540   TUSB16    Skills Building Workshop
 591   TUCA04    Performance
 626   TUCA14    Screening
1259   TUCA20    Reading
 604   TUWS04    GV Workshop
 434   TUGS04    Presentation Q and A
 431   TUWS05    GV Workshop
 623   TUCA15    Screening
 441   TUWS02    GV Workshop
 514   TUAD04    Oral Abstract Session
 512   TUAD03    Oral Abstract Session
 462   TUAA03    Oral Abstract Session
 460   TUAB03    Oral Abstract Session
 216   TUSB23    Skills Building Workshop
 254   TUSB21    Skills Building Workshop
 144   TUSB22    Skills Building Workshop
 127   TUSY10    Symposium
  27   TUSY08    Symposium
   4   TUSY09    Symposium
 592   TUCA05    Performance
 557   TUAX03    Oral Abstract Session
 545   TUAX02    Oral Abstract Session
 575   TUAX04    Oral Abstract Session
 571   TUAX05    Oral Abstract Session
 627   TUCA16    Screening
 436   TUGS05    Debate
 605   TUCA10    Screening
1070   TUGS08    Debate
 593   TUCA06    Performance
 642   TUCA17    Screening
 625   TUCA18    Screening
 942   TUSAT16   Non-Commercial Satellite
 944   TUSAT11   Non-Commercial Satellite
1077   TUSAT17   Non-Commercial Satellite
1062   TUSAT20   Non-Commercial Satellite
1059   TUSAT22   Non-Commercial Satellite
1060   TUSAT24   Non-Commercial Satellite
1064   TUSAT21   Non-Commercial Satellite
1045   TUSAT27   Non-Commercial Satellite
1040   TUSAT12   Non-Commercial Satellite
1041   TUSAT29   Non-Commercial Satellite
1048   TUSAT23   Non-Commercial Satellite
 993   TUSAT19   Commercial Satellite
 987   TUSAT28   Non-Commercial Satellite
 981   TUSAT13   Non-Commercial Satellite
 979   TUSAT25   Non-Commercial Satellite
1012   TUSAT26   Non-Commercial Satellite
1002   TUSAT10   Non-Commercial Satellite
1010   TUSAT14   Non-Commercial Satellite
 997   TUSAT15   Non-Commercial Satellite
 589   TUCA07    Performance
 628   TUCA21    Screening
 939   WESAT08   Commercial Satellite
 967   WESAT06   Non-Commercial Satellite
1004   WESAT03   Non-Commercial Satellite
1222   WESAT02   Non-Commercial Satellite
1224   WESAT05   Non-Commercial Satellite
1225   WESAT04   Non-Commercial Satellite
1256   WESAT01   Non-Commercial Satellite
1238   WESAT07   Non-Commercial Satellite
1267   WECA17    Reading
  51   WEPL01    Plenary
 596   WECA01    Performance
 633   WECA08    Screening
 423   WEWS04    GV Workshop
 419   WEGS06    Panel Discussion
 359   WESB08    Skills Building Workshop
 456   WEAA01    Oral Abstract Session
 483   WEAC01    Oral Abstract Session
 509   WEAE01    Oral Abstract Session
 510   WEAD01    Oral Abstract Session
 500   WEAB01    Oral Abstract Session
  44   WESY02    Symposium
  34   WESY01    Symposium
   5   WESY03    Symposium
 128   WESY04    Symposium
 140   WESB06    Skills Building Workshop
 210   WESB09    Skills Building Workshop
 211   WESB04    Skills Building Workshop
 195   WESB01    Skills Building Workshop
 184   WESB02    Skills Building Workshop
 187   WESB03    Skills Building Workshop
 337   WESB05    Skills Building Workshop
 346   WESB07    Skills Building Workshop
 299   WESB10    Skills Building Workshop
 631   WEGS01    Panel Discussion
 566   WEAX01    Oral Abstract Session
 569   WEAX02    Oral Abstract Session
 398   WEWS01    GV Workshop
 634   WECA09    Screening
 424   WEWS05   GV Workshop
 620   WECA03   Screening
1053   WESS03   Special Session
  83   WESS04   Special Session
  94   WESS02   Special Session
  81   WESS01   Special Session
 373   WEGS02   Meet the Plenary Speaker
 535   WEPDB2   Poster Discussion
 461   WEPDA1   Poster Discussion
 465   WEPDA2   Poster Discussion
 563   WEPDC2   Poster Discussion
 538   WEPDE2   Poster Discussion
 539   WEPDE1   Poster Discussion
 558   WEPDC1   Poster Discussion
 550   WEPDB1   Poster Discussion
 578   WEPDD1   Poster Discussion
 584   WEPDD2   Poster Discussion
 420   WEGS07   Presentation Q and A
1074   WECA10   Screening
 427   WEWS06   GV Workshop
 361   WESB19   Skills Building Workshop
 357   WESB11   Skills Building Workshop
 399   WEGS10   Panel Discussion
 470   WEAA02   Oral Abstract Session
 490   WEAB02   Oral Abstract Session
 502   WEAE02   Oral Abstract Session
 517   WEAD03   Oral Abstract Session
 496   WEAC02   Oral Abstract Session
 513   WEAD02   Oral Abstract Session
 504   WEAE03   Oral Abstract Session
  77   WEBS01   Bridging Session
 136   WESB18   Skills Building Workshop
   7   WESY06   Symposium
   8   WESY05   Symposium
  28   WESY07   Symposium
 206   WESB15   Skills Building Workshop
 351   WESB14   Skills Building Workshop
 353   WESB16   Skills Building Workshop
 301   WESB20   Skills Building Workshop
 200   WESB13   Skills Building Workshop
 168   WESB12   Skills Building Workshop
 217   WESB17   Skills Building Workshop
1255   WEGS03   Presentation Q and A
 598   WECA04   Performance
 635   WEWS02   GV Workshop
 636   WECA11   Screening
 401   WEGS04   Panel Discussion
 600   WECA05   Performance
 637   WEWS07   GV Workshop
 421   WEGS08   Presentation Q and A
 501   WEAE04   Oral Abstract Session
 498   WEAE05   Oral Abstract Session
 463   WEAB03    Oral Abstract Session
 459   WEAA03    Oral Abstract Session
  33   WESY08    Symposium
  76   WEBS03    Bridging Session
  71   WEBS02    Bridging Session
  41   WESY10    Symposium
  82   WESY09    Symposium
 549   WEAX03    Oral Abstract Session
 573   WEAC03    Oral Abstract Session
1253   WECA12    Screening
1260   WECA15    Performance
 379   WEGS05    Panel Discussion
 422   WEWS03    GV Workshop
 400   WEGS09    Presentation Q and A
 597   WECA06    Performance
 643   WECA13    Screening
 971   WESAT25   Non-Commercial Satellite
 975   WESAT20   Non-Commercial Satellite
 976   WESAT15   Non-Commercial Satellite
 965   WESAT17   Non-Commercial Satellite
 946   WESAT21   Non-Commercial Satellite
 949   WESAT12   Non-Commercial Satellite
 950   WESAT23   Non-Commercial Satellite
 951   WESAT09   Non-Commercial Satellite
 952   WESAT11   Non-Commercial Satellite
1261   WECA16    Reading
1165   WESAT26   Non-Commercial Satellite
1207   WESAT28   Non-Commercial Satellite
1061   WESAT10   Non-Commercial Satellite
 998   WESAT24   Non-Commercial Satellite
 999   WESAT19   Non-Commercial Satellite
1014   WESAT13   Non-Commercial Satellite
 991   WESAT18   Commercial Satellite
1052   WESAT14   Non-Commercial Satellite
1038   WESAT22   Non-Commercial Satellite
1020   WESAT16   Non-Commercial Satellite
1029   WESAT27   Non-Commercial Satellite
1252   WECA14    Screening
 656   WECA07    Performance
1268   THCA17    Performance
  56   THPL01    Plenary
 644   THCA01    Performance
 651   THCA09    Screening
 392   THWS04    GV Workshop
 381   THGS01    Panel Discussion
 385   THGS06    Presentation Q and A
 452   THAA01    Oral Abstract Session
 471   THAB02    Oral Abstract Session
 486   THAC01    Oral Abstract Session
 497   THAB01    Oral Abstract Session
 507   THAE01    Oral Abstract Session
  39   THSY01    Symposium
   9   THSY04   Symposium
  69   THBS01   Bridging Session
 123   THSY03   Symposium
 226   THSB10   Skills Building Workshop
 229   THSB08   Skills Building Workshop
 258   THSB04   Skills Building Workshop
 232   THSB09   Skills Building Workshop
 201   THSB06   Skills Building Workshop
 192   THSB02   Skills Building Workshop
 336   THSB05   Skills Building Workshop
 339   THSB01   Skills Building Workshop
 340   THSB03   Skills Building Workshop
 316   THSB07   Skills Building Workshop
 542   THAX01   Oral Abstract Session
1079   THSY02   Symposium
 652   THCA10   Screening
 645   THCA02   Performance
 382   THWS02   GV Workshop
 393   THGW10   Presentation Q and A
 386   THGS02   Presentation Q and A
 646   THCA03   Performance
 534   THAB03   Oral Abstract Session
 108   THSS02   Special Session
  52   THSS03   Special Session
  53   THSS01   Special Session
 537   THPDE1   Poster Discussion
 469   THPDA2   Poster Discussion
 394   THCA08   Screening
 374   THGS03   Meet the Plenary Speaker
 546   THPDA1   Poster Discussion
 576   THPDE2   Poster Discussion
 565   THPDC2   Poster Discussion
 553   THPDB1   Poster Discussion
 562   THPDB2   Poster Discussion
 582   THPDD2   Poster Discussion
 586   THPDD1   Poster Discussion
 587   THPDC1   Poster Discussion
1246   THGS07   Panel Discussion
 653   THCA11   Screening
 388   THGS04   Panel Discussion
 363   THSB20   Skills Building Workshop
 418   THGS13   Debate
 391   THGS11   Panel Discussion
 488   THAA02   Oral Abstract Session
 489   THAC02   Oral Abstract Session
 476   THAE02   Oral Abstract Session
 526   THAD01   Oral Abstract Session
 522   THAD02   Oral Abstract Session
 523   THAA03   Oral Abstract Session
 524   THAB04   Oral Abstract Session
  40   THSY05   Symposium
  31   THSY07   Symposium
  73   THBS02    Bridging Session
 330   THSB17    Skills Building Workshop
 278   THSB19    Skills Building Workshop
 281   THSB13    Skills Building Workshop
 344   THSB11    Skills Building Workshop
 354   THSB14    Skills Building Workshop
 356   THSB12    Skills Building Workshop
 352   THSB16    Skills Building Workshop
 348   THSB15    Skills Building Workshop
 162   THSB18    Skills Building Workshop
 648   THCA04    Performance
 588   THSY06    Symposium
 630   THGS08    Debate
 655   THCA12    Screening
 395   THGS12    Presentation Q and A
 659   THCA05    Performance
1092   THSB26    Skills Building Workshop
 380   THGS14    Panel Discussion
 383   THWS01    GV Workshop
 525   THAC05    Oral Abstract Session
 515   THAD03    Oral Abstract Session
 527   THAE04    Oral Abstract Session
 505   THAE03    Oral Abstract Session
 494   THAC04    Oral Abstract Session
 477   THAA04    Oral Abstract Session
 487   THAC03    Oral Abstract Session
 464   THAB05    Oral Abstract Session
 153   THSB21    Skills Building Workshop
 263   THSB22    Skills Building Workshop
 204   THSB23    Skills Building Workshop
 270   THSB25    Skills Building Workshop
 125   THSY09    Symposium
 147   THSB24    Skills Building Workshop
  68   THBS03    Bridging Session
  10   THSY08    Symposium
 396   THWS05    GV Workshop
 389   THGS09    Presentation Q and A
1262   THCA16    Reading
 654   THCA13    Screening
 384   THGS05    Debate
 390   THWS03    GV Workshop
1072   THCA06    Performance
1063   THSAT09   Non-Commercial Satellite
1227   THSAT04   Non-Commercial Satellite
1257   THSAT03   Non-Commercial Satellite
1237   THSAT02   Non-Commercial Satellite
1030   THSAT13   Non-Commercial Satellite
1026   THSAT11   Non-Commercial Satellite
1043   THSAT12   Non-Commercial Satellite
1056   THSAT06   Non-Commercial Satellite
1008   THSAT01   Non-Commercial Satellite
 958   THSAT10   Commercial Satellite
 966   THSAT16   Non-Commercial Satellite
 962   THSAT17   Non-Commercial Satellite
 963   THSAT05   Non-Commercial Satellite
 972   THSAT15   Non-Commercial Satellite
 953   THSAT14   Non-Commercial Satellite
 947   THSAT07   Non-Commercial Satellite
 941   THSAT08   Non-Commercial Satellite
 435   THCA14    Screening
 650   THCA07    Performance
1258   THCA15    Screening
  57   FRPL01    Plenary
  95   FRPL02    Plenary
  96   FRPL03    Plenary
sessTitle1                                                                     HubFriendly SessionDate
                                                                                            0 03.08.2008
Scale-up of Comprehensive HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment Services for Women, Children and Families: How Do We Mo
Addressing the challenge of HIV transmission through unsafe blood and injections            0 03.08.2008
Building country capacities in HIV/AIDS: the concept of Knowledge Hubs                      0 03.08.2008
The A,B,C's of HIV: What differences do the subtypes of HIV make in the global HIV epidemic?0 03.08.2008
Faith in Action on the Margins                                                              1 03.08.2008
Challenges for Women and Girls and HIV/AIDS                                                 0 03.08.2008
                                                                                            0 Global HIV
Coordinating HIV vaccine research and development efforts to contribute to the goals of the 03.08.2008 Vaccine Enterprise: co
                                                                                            0 03.08.2008
Linking sexual and reproductive health: increasing the evidence base of innovative approaches to achieve Universal Access to
REAL TIME: New Models of Private Sector Engagement                                          0 03.08.2008
                                                                                            0 03.08.2008
Integrated Analysis and Advocacy (A-squared): Using data that's there to move responses that aren't.
                                                                                            HIV prevention
The Beautiful Game: Using the power and popularity of soccer to engage young people in0 03.08.2008 and life skills training
Food Security, Livelihoods and HIV: Challenges and Responses                                0 03.08.2008
Integrating Guidelines and Evidence into Clinical Practices - a 2008 Challenge              0 03.08.2008
                                                                                            0 03.08.2008
Responding to HIV/AIDS in the Workplace in Sub-Saharan Africa: Operational and Collaborative Experiences
                                                                                            0 Black Diaspora Global Network on
Our People, Our Problem, Our Solutions: International Planning Meeting for the African and 03.08.2008
Interconnected solutions: The health workforce crisis and AIDS                              0 03.08.2008
                                                                                            a 03.08.2008
Avahan - the Business of Prevention at Scale - how classic management principles led to 0 scaled approach to delivering preve
                                                                                            0 03.08.2008
Undermining Public Health and Human Rights: The United States' HIV Immigration and Travel Ban
Strengthening primary services through the use of IMAI: Country experience                  0 03.08.2008
                                                                                            0 America &
Good for People, Good for the Business: The Private Sector Response to HIV/AIDS in Latin03.08.2008 the Caribbean
Facilitator's Meeting                                                                       0 03.08.2008
                                                                                            0 03.08.2008
Presenting AIDS Accountability International's Country Rating Scorecard: A tool for increasing accountability and leadership in t
NO YOUTH NO CHANGE: Youth rights as key in the response to HIV/AIDS                         0 03.08.2008
                                                                                            0 03.08.2008
Youth Pop Culture, Media and HIV/AIDS: How to work and meaningfully involve &#8232;celebrities in HIV/AIDS Prevention&#8
                                                                                            0 03.08.2008
Launch of the Gender and HIV Research Network, with a Focus on Research on Concurrent Partnerships and HIV Prevention
                                                                                            0 and Africa
Grassroots Women and their Partners building HIV-Resistant communities in Latin America 03.08.2008
Homelessness and Poverty's Role in HIV/AIDS Treatment and Prevention                        0 03.08.2008
                                                                                            0 03.08.2008
Mujeres Adelante ~ Moving Forward: New Visions and Actions to Combat HIV & Gender-Based Violence
Sexuality on the Table                                                                      0 03.08.2008
                                                                                            0 03.08.2008
Increasing access for women to integrated services for HIV/AIDS and drug addiction in Eastern Europe and Central Asia: Opio
Safety and Efficacy of NRTI Backbones: where are we now?                                    0 03.08.2008
                                                                                            Health and HIV
The Role of Funding Mechanisms in Creating Synergy Between Sexual and Reproductive0 03.08.2008 Programs
Know Your Epidemic, Know Your Response                                                      0 03.08.2008
Update from the Middle East: Women and HIV                                                  0 03.08.2008
The intersections between violence against women and HIV/AIDS                               0 03.08.2008
People Living with HIV as Expert Patient Trainers: Country experiences                      0 03.08.2008
Are AIDS Governance Structures Accountable to Communities?                                  0 03.08.2008
Building partnerships for Universal Access: increasing civil society’s capacity and sustainability
                                                                                            0 03.08.2008
Universal Access in the Caribbean by 2010: What is the Reality?                             0 03.08.2008
Dance4Life                                                                                  0 03.08.2008
Xpress                                                                                      0 03.08.2008
                                                                                            sobre Mujer
V Reunión de la Coalición de Primeras Damas <br> y Mujeres Líderes de América Latina 0 03.08.2008y SIDA
Adolescentes gays en la respuesta al VIH en Mexico                                          0 03.08.2008
NGO Participating in the Board of the Global Fund                                           0 03.08.2008
                                                                                              03.08.2008
Spanish technical and scientific contribution to the knowledge and control of the HIV/AIDS0epidemic
Pleasure, Desire and Safer Sex: Can they come together?                                     0 03.08.2008
                                                                                            0 03.08.2008
Financing and Resourcing Gender Equality and Women's Empowerment In the Context of HIV and AIDS
                                                                                            0 03.08.2008
Scaling up comprehensive prevention of mother-to-child transmission programmes: challenges and lessons learned from adap
New Directions and New Models in HIV Services: Municipal Responses and Universal Action Now 0 03.08.2008
                                                                                              03.08.2008
Challenges in defining the economic impact of the global fight against HIV and AIDS / The0uncertain economic impact of the glo
Integration of Sexual and Reproductive Health and HIV/AIDS in Global Fund Proposals 0 03.08.2008
                                                                                           0 Brazil and
Inter-country debate on emerging issues and challenges of national AIDS response in India,03.08.2008Thailand
HIV Transmission under ART                                                                 0 03.08.2008
The Political Cost of HIV/AIDS in Africa                                                   0 03.08.2008
Universal access of TB services to PLHIV: harnessing collaboration and coordination        0 03.08.2008
Expecting (and managing) the unexpected: Reality check for new prevention options          0 03.08.2008
Rethinking Initiation of HAART: Recent Advances in HIV Treatment                           0 03.08.2008
                                                                                             03.08.2008
New Minds, New Ideas: Attracting the next generation of investigators and technologies to0HIV vaccine research
"Sex by the side of the road" - HIV vulnerability along road transport corridors in Africa 0 03.08.2008
Global Advocacy for Integration of HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health Services         0 03.08.2008
Securing Women and Children's Property Rights in the Era of HIV/AIDS                       0 03.08.2008
                                                                                           0 03.08.2008
Strategies to Promote and Sustain Psychosocial Well-being for Caregivers and Children affected by AIDS
Who should lead HIV positive prevention?                                                   0 04.08.2008
Keeping the Promise on Leadership: Angolan National Response to HIV                        0 04.08.2008
Success beyond Towards Universal Access by 2010                                            0 04.08.2008
                                                                                           0 04.08.2008
Methodological Challenges in Biomedical HIV Prevention Trials: Recommendations from a new U.S. Institute of Medicine Repo
                                                                                           0 & AIDS?
Micro credit & HIV/AIDS: how can micro-financial services contribute to the fight against HIV04.08.2008
10 Million by 2013 - Global ART Scale-Up                                                   0 04.08.2008
Roche Molecular Systems: Preventing, Diagnosing and Treating infants exposed to HIV 0 04.08.2008
Generic Anti-Retrovirals - Strengths and Weaknesses                                        0 04.08.2008
El Instructivo de las Obsesiones                                                           0 04.08.2008
Plenary Session: Panel Discussion on the State of the Epidemic                             1 04.08.2008
Lejos de Mi Tierra: Mexican Migrants and HIV/AIDS                                          0 04.08.2008
Lending a Hand to Children<br> &<br> War Without Guns                                      0 04.08.2008
Sex Workers Are Everywhere:<br>Sex Workers Across HIV Movements                            0 04.08.2008
Different Faces of HIV/AIDS <br>(Kids to the Rescue)                                       0 04.08.2008
Drug Use And HIV Harm Reduction                                                            0 04.08.2008
Outcomes of ART                                                                            1 04.08.2008
Listen To Us! Effective Advocacy Strategies                                                1 04.08.2008
Animal and Cellular Models of HIV Pathogenesis                                             1 04.08.2008
HIV Prevention for Women and Girls: Changing Gender Norms                                  1 04.08.2008
Responding to the HIV Epidemics among Men who Have Sex with Men                            1 04.08.2008
Clinical Issues in HIV-Infected Children and those Exposed to ARV in Utero                 1 04.08.2008
Vaccines and Microbicides: Where Do We go from Here?                                       1 04.08.2008
Watchdogging Scale-Up: Monitoring Progress, Driving Change                                 1 04.08.2008
Is Religion a Barrier to HIV Prevention?                                                   1 04.08.2008
Community Participation in HIV Related Clinical Research                                   1 04.08.2008
Regional Sub-Saharan Africa Session                                                        1 04.08.2008
Crisis Management: Equipping and Operating a Voluntary “Fire Department” Managed and Run by High Risk Groups to Addres
                                                                                           0 04.08.2008
Descubriendo La Persona Que Hay en Mi                                                      0 04.08.2008
How To Be An Ally To LGBT People                                                           0 04.08.2008
                                                                                           0 04.08.2008
Online Legal Help Line: Addressing HIV-Related Human Rights Violations, Removing Stigma and Discrimination
From Promises to Actions: Women, Funding and HIV and AIDS                                  0 04.08.2008
Navigating International AIDS Conferences for Beginners                                    0 04.08.2008
Bereavement Counseling                                                                     0 04.08.2008
Lobbying and Networking Within the Conference and Beyond                                   0 04.08.2008
                                                                                           0 04.08.2008
Creating a National HIV-Related Discrimination Reporting and Redress System: The Jamaican Model
                                                                                           el Activismo
Capacitación Docente En Prevención De Homofobia: Una Experiencia Inédita de Integrar 0 04.08.2008Gay a la Sociedad, Con
Los jóvenes y el VIH/SIDA                                                                  0 04.08.2008
Choices & Decisions: A New Interactive HIV&AIDS Board Game                                 0 04.08.2008
Ángel Portador                                                                             0 04.08.2008
Hurting Child.<br> Exploring the stories of Children in Haiti.                             0 04.08.2008
Learning by Doing: Scaling up HIV Operations Research in Resource-Limited Settings         1 04.08.2008
                                                                                           1 04.08.2008
Antiretroviral Therapy in 2008: Current Issues and Controversies in Optimal Antiretroviral Therapy
Meet the Plenary Speakers                                                                  0 04.08.2008
Is the Brand Generically Important?                                                        0 04.08.2008
HIV Transmitted Drug Resistance                                                            0 04.08.2008
Molecular Epidemiology of HIV Diversity                                                    0 04.08.2008
HAART-Related Complications                                                                0 04.08.2008
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Los derechos de la niñez en defensa de las niñas y los niños discriminados por ser portadores del VIH.
At School: Students, Educators and HIV                                                     0 04.08.2008
Innovative Theories and Methodologies in Social Research                                   0 04.08.2008
HIV Testing Approaches and Controversies                                                   0 04.08.2008
Scaling Up HIV Prevention in Latin America and the Caribbean                               0 04.08.2008
TB and HIV: A Deadly Partnership                                                           0 04.08.2008
Do You Know Your (Human) Rights?                                                           0 04.08.2008
I Am Sexy Too!                                                                             0 04.08.2008
Las Rukas show                                                                             0 04.08.2008
Linking HIV and reproductive choice, reflecting on strategies for advocacy                 0 04.08.2008
Deliver for Youth: Young People Advocating for Maternal Health                             0 04.08.2008
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National Report Cards Measuring Responses to Women's, Young Women's and Girls' HIV/AIDS Issues
The Hidden Side of Stigma and Discrimination                                               1 04.08.2008
Predictors of Successful Treatment of AIDS and Opportunistic Diseases                      1 04.08.2008
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Global HIV/HCV Coinfection: Barriers to HCV treatment and Models of Integrated HIV/HCV 04.08.2008
Molecular Epidemiology of HIV Diversity                                                    1 04.08.2008
BCG, Tuberculosis and HAART                                                                1 04.08.2008
Meeting the Prevention Needs of People Living with HIV/AIDS                                1 04.08.2008
Rethinking Structure: Prevention in Challenging Settings                                   1 04.08.2008
Reproductive Health: Sexuality, Fertility and Desire                                       1 04.08.2008
Global Monies: International Assistance and Funding Mechanisms                             1 04.08.2008
Methods to Understand and Track Epidemics and Measure Results                              1 04.08.2008
New Insights into HIV Transmission and Pathogenesis                                        1 04.08.2008
Reaching Millions - Youth, AIDS and the Digital Age                                        1 04.08.2008
Promoting Treatment Literacy for Children - Within their Circle of Care                    0 04.08.2008
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Cultural Analysis and Management of HIV/AIDS Care and Treatment in Community Settings04.08.2008
                                                                                           0 Prevention
Good Catholics Use Condoms: How to Answer the Tough Questions Surrounding HIV/AIDS04.08.2008 and Religion
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Developing HIV/AIDS Prevention Strategies Among the Sexual Diversity Populations Through a Helpline Interaction
The Challenges of Monitoring and Evaluating Community Sector Advocacy                      0 04.08.2008
Developing an Evidence-Based and Results-Based National HIV and AIDS Strategic Plan0 04.08.2008
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A Training of the Trainers Based on 20 Years of Empowerment Work with Latinas: Designing Empowerment Seminars for Com
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Scaling up a Positive Prevention Intervention in High-HIV/AIDS Prevalence Countries: Adaptation, Implementation, and Sustain
Media Management: Working With the Media to Your Advantage                                 0 04.08.2008
HSH vs VIH                                                                                 0 04.08.2008
IMF Policies Blocking the Response to HIV/AIDS: A Call for Activism                        0 04.08.2008
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Jóvenes del Comité Contra el SIDA de El Salvador: <br>Prevención del VIH/SIDA en comunidades rurales y repobladas.
Daspu Fashion Show                                                                         0 04.08.2008
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HIV/AIDS In Prisons and Pre-trial Detention Centers:<br> A Public Health and Human Rights Disaster
Now or never                                                                               0 04.08.2008
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An Introduction to the Activities of RENSIDA (National Network of Associations for People0 04.08.2008
HIV Vaccine Research: Cross-Cutting Issues                                                 1 04.08.2008
Pursuing Desire: Sexual and Reproductive Health and HIV Prevention Integration             1 04.08.2008
Combating Stigma and Discrimination in Healthcare Settings                                 1 04.08.2008
Children and Youth Facing HIV/AIDS                                                         1 04.08.2008
China Youth Initiative.<br> Youth and Adult, Hand in Hand, Making a Change.                0 04.08.2008
Where Are We In Achieving UNGASS Targets?                                                  1 04.08.2008
Male and Transgender Sex Workers: Identities and Vulnerabilities                            1 04.08.2008
Viral and Molecular Determinants of Transmission and Pathogenesis                           1 04.08.2008
Regional Session on Asia-Pacific                                                            1 04.08.2008
Mobile Populations and Globalization                                                        1 04.08.2008
Sex and Relationship Education and HIV                                                      1 04.08.2008
Innovations in Human Resources for Health for HIV                                           1 04.08.2008
Pruébate                                                                                    0 04.08.2008
Body Mapping                                                                                0 04.08.2008
Sensaciones<br>La Historia del SIDA en la Argentina                                         0 04.08.2008
Educational Tool "7 hours 55 minutes"<br>Sex Workers Empower Thailand                       0 04.08.2008
Dance4Life South Africa Skills4Life Programme                                               0 04.08.2008
Fashion Prevention                                                                          0 04.08.2008
AIDS and Security: What Civil Society Should Know About It?                                 0 04.08.2008
Sexualidad y VIHda                                                                          0 04.08.2008
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Scaling-up - ANRS/Ministry of Health in Brazil Satellite Conference: to what extent current0 04.08.2008 are appropriate and su
War and Peace Between Microbes: Co-Pathogens as Determinants of HIV                         1 04.08.2008
The Global Fund in Latin America and the Caribbean                                          0 04.08.2008
Take a long term view: Options for the future of AIDS                                       0 04.08.2008
The role of industry in development of ARV based prevention technologies for women          0 04.08.2008
Food and nutritional support in treatment programmes:                                       0 04.08.2008
From commitment to action: implementing effective responses on Gender and AIDS              0 04.08.2008
Keeping the Promise: Unite for children. Unite against HIV/AIDS                             0 04.08.2008
Advance Publication Launch: The Changing HIV/AIDS Landscape: A Compendium of Selected Papers Prepared in Conjunction
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HIV Risk among Transgender People: The Social and Cultural Context from a Global Perspective0 04.08.2008
HIV/AIDS and Health Systems                                                                 0 04.08.2008
International launch of WAGGGS/UNAIDS training tool kit on HIV and AIDS                     0 04.08.2008
Positive synergies between health systems and global health initiatives                     0 04.08.2008
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Introduction to and update on the UN prequalification of diagnostics programme for HIV, tuberculosis and malaria
No simple solution: Investing in HIV Prevention Research for Women                          0 04.08.2008
Intensify HIV Prevention: meeting the challenges of scale, demand and drivers               0 04.08.2008
It's Risky business focusing on risks only - comprehensive sexuality education for all      0 04.08.2008
                                                                                             Policy Responses to Children and HI
Where are the children? Exploring Key Issues, Efforts and Challenges in Programme and 0 04.08.2008
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An Emergency within an Emergency: Responding to PLHIV Needs in Humanitarian Crises 04.08.2008
Incorporating New Therapeutic Classes in HIV Management                                     0 04.08.2008
VIH NO ES ROCK                                                                              0 04.08.2008
Rampant: How a City Stopped a Plague                                                        0 04.08.2008
Raising Women’s Voices from the Margins: A Progressive Platform for the U.S. Global AIDS Response in PEPFAR II
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Universal Access To HIV/AIDS Prevention, Care, Treatment And Support : Model of Burkina Faso0 05.08.2008
HIV Testing - New Models Shattering the Barriers to Universal Access to Treatment           0 05.08.2008
                                                                                            0 Lessons learnt from key epidemic
Scaling the contribution of the private sector to the fight against HIV/AIDS at National Level: 05.08.2008
Epidemic Dynamics in the MENA Context – Knowing your Epidemic to Shape Policy and Programmatic Response to HIV
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Together we Can! A comprehensive approach to HV/AIDS                                        0 05.08.2008
Faith, Government and Business: Building effective multi-sector Partnerships                0 05.08.2008
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Scaling Up an Effective Response to Violence Against Women and Girls: Case Studies, Promising Practices and Recommend
Best Practices in Providing ARVs to Injecting Drug Users                                    0 05.08.2008
Body Mapping                                                                                0 05.08.2008
Plenary Session, Day 2                                                                      1 05.08.2008
Las Condoneras de Fangoria                                                                  0 05.08.2008
Voces contra la discriminación                                                              0 05.08.2008
Red Ochre, Charcoal and White feathers.<br> My Spirit with HIV.                             0 05.08.2008
Analysing Values Around Sexuality, <br> Gender, HIV and AIDS                                0 05.08.2008
Conocer la bisexualidad para prevenir el VIH                                                0 05.08.2008
Civil Society: <br>Sharing Knowledge and Producing a Valid Data to Fight AIDS.          0 05.08.2008
People Living with HIV/AIDS in the Arab States; Working “For” Them? Or “With” Them? 0 05.08.2008
Challenging MSM Stigma in an African Context                                            0 05.08.2008
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Implantation d’un Programme D’éducation Thérapeutique Pour les Patients sous ARV dans 05.08.2008
Immunopathogenesis of HIV Infection                                                     1 05.08.2008
Measuring HIV-Transmission Dynamics: How and Where are New Infections Occuring 1 05.08.2008
Show Me the Money: Accountability, Transparency and Resources                           1 05.08.2008
Newer Antiretroviral Agents                                                             1 05.08.2008
Research-Based Public Policy: Why is it Not the Golden Standard?                        1 05.08.2008
HIV Drug Resistance                                                                     1 05.08.2008
Positive Prevention                                                                     1 05.08.2008
                                                                                        1 Silence
Indigenous People, First Nations and Afrodescendants Confronting HIV/AIDS: Breaking the 05.08.2008
Women's Rights Equal Women's Lives: Violence Against Women and HIV                      1 05.08.2008
                                                                                        Issues Affecting Orphans and Vulner
Developing Advocacy Strategies to Create an Enabling Social and Policy Environment on 0 05.08.2008
Practical Steps to Successful Operational and Implementation Research                   0 05.08.2008
Treatment Literacy and Activism in South Africa                                         0 05.08.2008
Advocating for Human Rights and HIV/AIDS: Now More Than Ever                            0 05.08.2008
Nuevos Mensajes de Prevención Para Poblaciones Vulnerables                              0 05.08.2008
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Taking into Account Gender Implications in Addressing the AIDS Epidemic- A Focus on Prevention
How to Run a Productive and Effective Meeting?                                          0 05.08.2008
Prevention Programs with Female Sex Workers                                             1 05.08.2008
Global and Local Policy Initiatives on Injecting Drug Use                               1 05.08.2008
Goonj: Breaking the Indifference                                                        0 05.08.2008
Kormix                                                                                  0 05.08.2008
Tocando en el silencio                                                                  0 05.08.2008
Amigas por Siempre                                                                      0 05.08.2008
Trabajo Sexual, VIH y Derechos Humanos                                                  0 05.08.2008
The Lancet Series on HIV Prevention                                                     1 05.08.2008
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Travel Restrictions on People Living with HIV: Going Against the Grain of Human Rights and Public Health
                                                                                         Advocacy Priorities
Reclaiming our Lives – Developing Accountability for Positive (PLHIV)Leadership and our 1 05.08.2008
Global Financial Architecture                                                           1 05.08.2008
Meet the Plenary Speakers, Day 2                                                        0 05.08.2008
Mentoring and Continuous Quality Improvement                                            0 05.08.2008
Immune Based Therapy                                                                    0 05.08.2008
Indigenous People and HIV                                                               0 05.08.2008
Scaling Up National Responses to HIV Epidemics                                          0 05.08.2008
Secondary Drug Resistance: Global Experience                                            0 05.08.2008
Issues in Paediatric Care and Treatment                                                 0 05.08.2008
Intervening with Marginalized Communities: Successes and Challenges                     0 05.08.2008
Programmes and Research on HIV and Prisons                                              0 05.08.2008
Economics of HIV Prevention and Treatment: Value for Money?                             0 05.08.2008
Women´s Reproductive Dilemmas                                                           0 05.08.2008
¿Por que Eu?                                                                            0 05.08.2008
"Respuestas interreligiosas al VIH en América Latina y el Caribe"                       0 05.08.2008
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Mobilising Men for Gender Equality:<br> A Dialogue About Accountability, Principles and Strategies.
                                                                                        0 Violations of
Partnerships and Strategies for Holding Governments Accountable for Reproductive Rights 05.08.2008 People Living with HIV
Trends in HIV in Different Geographical Regions: Estimates and Risk Factors             1 05.08.2008
Drug Resistance Surveillance of Transmitted HIV                                         1 05.08.2008
Retention in Care/ART and Loss to Follow-Up                                             1 05.08.2008
Male Circumcision: Addressing Implementation Challenges and Demonstrating Impact 1 05.08.2008
Detention, Oppression: Legal Enforcement and Drug Use                                   1 05.08.2008
Access to HIV Care: Equity Challenges                                                   1 05.08.2008
"Se Fue al Gabacho": Mexico-US Migration and Vulnerability to HIV and AIDS                1 05.08.2008
Addressing the Gap: Commitments, Funding, and Youth Engagement                            1 05.08.2008
Scaling-up HIV Testing and Counseling: A Human Rights and Public Health Imperative 1 05.08.2008
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Injecting Drug Use and Infectious Diseases: Implications for the Global HIV/AIDS Response05.08.2008
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The Trans-Caribbean HIV/AIDS Research Initiative: Building Cross-Cultural, Trans-National, Multidisciplinary Research Collab
Habilidades para la Prevención del VIH/SIDA en los Adolescentes y Jóvenes                 0 05.08.2008
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Evaluation and Care of Neurological and Mental Health Related Complications in HIV Positive Individuals
Consejería, VIH y Procreación                                                             0 05.08.2008
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A Community Health Worker Program Toolkit: From Concept to Implementation in Low Resource Settings
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Programación Neurolinguistica (PNL) para Jóvenes que Viven con VIH/SIDA: Una Estrategia Efectiva para la Comunicación En
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Talking About You-Know-What: Finding a Language and Developing Confidence in Talking to Clients about Sex
Toca y Aprende: Modelo Preventivo de VIH/SIDA en Personas con Discapacidad Visual 0 05.08.2008
GIPA Principle and Sensitization of Medical Professionals                                 0 05.08.2008
Y-PEER, Best Practice on Networking and Youth Involvement.                                0 05.08.2008
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Supply Chain (Selection, Programming/Planning, Acquisition, Storing, Distribution and Reasoning Use) for Acquisition of Antire
Opera Súbita                                                                              0 05.08.2008
Madhara                                                                                   0 05.08.2008
AIDS Sutra: Untold Stories from India                                                     0 05.08.2008
Sex, Drugs and Health: A Harm Reduction Approach to Working with Youth                    0 05.08.2008
A todos nos afecta                                                                        0 05.08.2008
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Uniting and Empowering Civil Society on CCMs: How AIDS, TB, and Malaria Organizations Can Work Together on CCMs and
Highway of hope                                                                           0 05.08.2008
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From the Dark Into the Light: <br>Key Priorities for Queer African and Black populations Living in the Diaspora.
Vulnerability and Poverty: How They Drive the Epidemic                                    1 05.08.2008
                                                                                          1 Countries
Reaching Diverse Populations of Men who Have Sex with Men in Lower and Middle Income 05.08.2008
Drug Resistance Surveillance in Treatment Experiences                                     1 05.08.2008
Access and Coverage in Resource Limited Settings                                          1 05.08.2008
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Measuring and Getting HIV Results: How to Operationalise HIV M&E Systems as Part of Results-Based HIV Programme Mana
Strengthening our Accountability to PLHIV: NGO Code of Good Practice                      0 05.08.2008
Positive Prevention: Getting the Ingredients Right!                                       0 05.08.2008
Regional Session on Latin America                                                         1 05.08.2008
New Frontiers in HIV Prevention Sciences                                                  1 05.08.2008
Who is Right and Who is Wrong- Putting the Right Back into Sexual and Reproductive Rights 1 05.08.2008
SIDA: Entre el Amor y el Rechazo                                                          0 05.08.2008
Detained: Reducing Vulnerability in Prisons                                               1 05.08.2008
                                                                                          1 Priorities
Global Health Initiatives: The Impact of Vertical Funding on Health Systems and Community05.08.2008
Operation Change via Public Policies                                                      1 05.08.2008
Taking Charge: Leadership and Rights Among PWHA                                           1 05.08.2008
Ahora me toca a mí                                                                        0 05.08.2008
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Retos para la Gestión, Sustentabilidad y Participación de las Redes Comunitarias Regionales de América Latina y el Caribe
Dance4Life: <br>Your Actions Speak Louder than Words                                      0 05.08.2008
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PMTCT vs Full ART for Pregnant Women. <br>Which is the Most Effective and Responsible Approach to Saving Lives and Pre
Trans China.<br><br>Cultural Performance.                                                 0 05.08.2008
Taking the Pledge                                                                         0 05.08.2008
Sex Workers Mini Film Festival                                                            0 05.08.2008
                                                                                           Asia
Leading the AIDS Response in Asia: Recommendations from the Commission on AIDS in0 05.08.2008
The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief ( PEPFAR)                             0 05.08.2008
IAS 20th Anniversary                                                                      0 05.08.2008
What does it Mean to “Be a Man?” Insight into Men’s Experiences from Around the Globe0 05.08.2008
Impact Evaluation of HIV Interventions in Africa                                          0 05.08.2008
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Education Matters: The role of the sector in promoting universal access to prevention, treatment, care and support
Linking Sexual and Reproductive Health and HIV                                            0 05.08.2008
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Best-Practices and Strategies for a Cross-Cutting Approach to Disability Issues in the Area of HIV-AIDS Prevention and Care
The United States HIV Crisis: Why The Global Community Should Care                         0 05.08.2008
Funding for HIV/AIDS global response: from the will to the responsibility                  0 05.08.2008
                                                                                           0 Never" and
Macroeconomic policy and the feminization of the AIDS epidemic: film screening of "Now or 05.08.2008 discussion
Evolution of antiretroviral therapy: improving care for all patients                       0 05.08.2008
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Country-level Advocacy Initiatives that Support Children and AIDS; proceedings from Children and HIV/AIDS: Action Now, Actio
Confronting the Evidence in Evidence-Based HIV Prevention                                  0 05.08.2008
                                                                                           0 Thailand
Access to AIDS treatment and intellectual property on Brazil, South Africa, China, India and 05.08.2008
Crime and Punishment: Criminalization of HIV                                               0 05.08.2008
AIDS, Race, Gender and Inequality in the Americas                                          0 05.08.2008
                                                                                            in Latin America: A Regional M&E A
Contribution of UNGASS Reporting Process towards the Implementation of the Third One0 05.08.2008
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Universal Action Now: The difference Innovative Financing Can Make in Funding the Global AIDS Response
El Desenterrador de Historias                                                              0 05.08.2008
Wings of Freedom: The SEHAT Story                                                          0 05.08.2008
Body Fat Changes and Metabolic Abnormalities in general population and HIV population0 06.08.2008
Procurement and Supply Chain Management - The Weak Link in the Chain, 2008 and Beyond      0 06.08.2008
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Bringing Sustainability and Impact to the Fight Against AIDS&#8212;Building the Bridge to0Global Health and Development Pro
Launch of the LAC AIDSPortal (in Spanish) – Presentación del PortalSIDA, La Comunidad de Conocimientos en VIH/SIDA de A
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Using the law to shape the response to HIV: The relevance of the SADC PF model law on0HIV     06.08.2008
Labour Migration and HIV: Emerging issues                                                  0 06.08.2008
Engaging people living with HIV in service delivery: the HCLC model in Kenya               0 06.08.2008
Developing Countries NGO Delegation Contribution to the GF Board                           0 06.08.2008
AIDS Sutra: Untold Stories from India                                                      0 06.08.2008
Plenary Session, Day 3                                                                     1 06.08.2008
Cubricado el Pito, Ojo Con la Fiera                                                        0 06.08.2008
Sex, Drug, Lies                                                                            0 06.08.2008
Girls Worldwide Say “Fight AIDS”                                                           0 06.08.2008
Working Across North-South Borders to Collaborate on Creative Advocacy                     0 06.08.2008
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Caring for Carers: A Rights-Based Approach to Supporting and Managing Home-Based Care Providers
Host Genetic Factors in HIV Transmission and Disease Progression                           1 06.08.2008
Optimizing HIV Testing Interventions                                                       1 06.08.2008
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To Transmit or not to Transmit: Is that Really the Question? Criminalization of HIV Transmission
Psychological Wellbeing and Mental Health of Children                                      1 06.08.2008
The Inflammatory Debate: Is it the Virus, the Drugs or the Host?                           1 06.08.2008
Impact of AIDS on Human Development: Reproduction in the Social Context                    1 06.08.2008
In From the Margins, the Leadership of Vulnerable Populations in the AIDS Response         1 06.08.2008
From Risk to Vulnerability: Caribbean and Global Perspectives                              1 06.08.2008
Regional Session on Eastern Europe and Central Asia                                        1 06.08.2008
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The Importance of Parenting Clubs in Strengthening Families to Care for, Support and Protect OVC
Improving Communication Skills in the Context of the Multicultural HIV/AIDS Clinic         0 06.08.2008
Faire Face à la Stigmatisation des HSH en Afrique.                                         0 06.08.2008
Gender: Young Women and Their Fight Against HIV/AIDS                                       0 06.08.2008
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Working WITH Youth: Strategies for Effectively Engaging Youth Most At Risk (Street Involved, Sex Workers, IDUs)
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HIV/AIDS On the U.S.-Mexico Border: A Multi-MSM Community (Men With Men) Approach to HIV/AIDS Prevention and Chang
                                                                                           0 Delivery Models For Women Drug
Moving Beyond the Male Drug Users: Developing and Designing Gender Sensitive Service 06.08.2008
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A Proposal for Monitoring Antiretroviral Price Negotiations in Latin America and the Caribbean
Engaging Communities in Dialogue to Address the Linkages Between Culture, GBV, and HIV/AIDS0 06.08.2008
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Rescatando nuestra dignidad:<br>La experiencia del proyecto Vida Digna enfrentando estigma y discriminación
Models of Care for HIV-Treatment: Task Shifting and Service Integration to Enhance Access  1 06.08.2008
Gender and HIV: Emerging Issues                                                            1 06.08.2008
Vaginal Wall Exhibition and Workshop                                                       0 06.08.2008
The Same As You                                                                            0 06.08.2008
Prevención de VIH en gays jóvenes; el grupo de reflexión para asegurar el autocuidado. 0 06.08.2008
Hip Hop Africa Film Project and Canadian Recording Artists                               0 06.08.2008
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Moving from Promises to Actions: Building Global and National Commitment for Evidence-Based Approaches to Addressing St
Financing for Sustainable National Health Care                                           1 06.08.2008
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Family Acceptance: A Family and Community Approach to Prevention, Wellness and Care for LGBT Youth and Young Adults
Looking to the Future--The Epidemic in 2031 and New Directions in AIDS Research          1 06.08.2008
Meet the Plenary Speakers, Day 3                                                         0 06.08.2008
Molecular Interactions Between HIV and Hepatitis Viruses                                 0 06.08.2008
Host Genetic Factors in Pathogenesis, Transmission, and Progression                      0 06.08.2008
Preclinical Development of HIV Vaccines                                                  0 06.08.2008
Respondent Driven Sampling: New Methods for Accessing HARD to Reach Populations 0 06.08.2008
Mobilizing, Building the Capacity and Researching on Gay, Transgender and MSM Issues0 06.08.2008
Harm Reduction: Anything New?                                                            0 06.08.2008
Addressing Gender Inequalities in Prevention                                             0 06.08.2008
Involving the Private Sector in HIV Service Delivery                                     0 06.08.2008
Sexuality, Body Image and the Meanings of Gender                                         0 06.08.2008
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Who Cares? Psycho-Social, Economics and Legal Challenges for Caregivers and Strategies for Action
HIV/AIDS Communication & Messaging <br>Examples from South Africa                        0 06.08.2008
Hero Book Resource Pack                                                                  0 06.08.2008
Mitos y realidades sobre VIH                                                             0 06.08.2008
                                                                                         0 del VIH/SIDA y su Relación con la
Catolicismo y Condones: Respondiendo a Preguntas Dificiles sobre Sexualidad, Prevención06.08.2008
Understanding and Challenging Stigma Faced by Young People Living With HIV               0 06.08.2008
MSM Actions against HIV/AIDS in China                                                    0 06.08.2008
Innate and Adaptive Immunity                                                             1 06.08.2008
Task Shifting and Decentralising Care                                                    1 06.08.2008
Women Take the Lead                                                                      1 06.08.2008
Rhetoric or Reality: Disclosure in Treatment and Testing                                 1 06.08.2008
Implementing Novel Prevention Programs                                                   1 06.08.2008
Beyond Barriers: Disabilities and AIDS                                                   1 06.08.2008
HIV on the Job: Policies                                                                 1 06.08.2008
HIV and Children : Key Issues and Challenges                                             1 06.08.2008
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Publish or Perish: The Workshop for Young Investigators to Improve Their Success in Scientific Publishing
The New Frontiers of Harm Reduction                                                      1 06.08.2008
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Forgotten Truths, Hidden Realities: Addressing the Dynamics of HIV and MSM in Unfavorable Environments
Human Security and HIV                                                                   1 06.08.2008
Utilizando Herramientas Políticas y Legales para el Acceso a Tratamiento Antirretroviral 0 06.08.2008
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Generando Habilidades y Capacidades para el Logro de un Gestión Existosa en la Administración de Fondos en ONGs, OBCs
The Brazilian Experience of Using Rapid Testing to Diagnose HIV Infection                0 06.08.2008
Drug Abuse and HIV/AIDS Research: Improving Public Health in Latin America               0 06.08.2008
Responsible Media Coverage: Culture, Gender and Human Rights in HIV and AIDS Reporting   0 06.08.2008
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Safer Sensuous Sexual Pleasure: Using Elements of Sensuousness in Promoting Safer Sex Among MSM
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SIDA y Discapacidad: El Desafío de Promover el Acceso a Prevención, Diagnóstico y Tratamiento
What do we really mean by Care and Support?:Progress Towards a Comprehensive Definition. 0 06.08.2008
All or Nothing.                                                                          0 06.08.2008
Stepping Stones                                                                          0 06.08.2008
AIDS Jaago                                                                               0 06.08.2008
The Silent Majority;<br> Speaking Out for Children in a World of HIV and AIDS.           0 06.08.2008
Honey Bee Turns 18.                                                                      0 06.08.2008
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(YouthCO AIDS Society's Forum Theatre Troupe and Healing Our Spirit present:) Theatre0of the Oppressed - an Interactive Ex
Presentación de la Guía de Prevención de VIH e ITS.                                      0 06.08.2008
Fighting AIDS Under Fire: HIV Programming in Conflict and Post-Conflict Settings         1 06.08.2008
From Evidence to Implementation                                                          1 06.08.2008
Adherence and Medicines (ARVs) Management                                                 1 06.08.2008
Preclinical Development and Animal Models for HIV Vaccines                                1 06.08.2008
The AIDS Care Economy and the Burden on Women                                             1 06.08.2008
Globalization, Development and Free Trade Agreements (FTAs)                               1 06.08.2008
Universal ARV Scale Up: Delivering the Second Wave                                        1 06.08.2008
In the AIDS Response, Where is the Leadership for Women’s Human Rights?                   1 06.08.2008
Criminalization: Why, Where and What are the Alternatives?                                1 06.08.2008
Indigenous People: Rights, Vulnerability and Responses                                    1 06.08.2008
The USA HIV Epidemic in 2008                                                              1 06.08.2008
Six Days in August                                                                        0 06.08.2008
La vida boca arriba                                                                       0 06.08.2008
Challenging HIV-Related Travel Restrictions                                               0 06.08.2008
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La video conversa:<br>Generando cambios usando el video ficción y la comunicación participativa.
Young Wave of Drug-use Epidemic in Ukraine.<br>The Unmet Challenge                        0 06.08.2008
Encuentro con Afrodita.                                                                   0 06.08.2008
HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control Amongst Vulnerable Commercial Sex Workers                 0 06.08.2008
Advocacy Strategies to Make the AIDS Response Work for Women                              0 06.08.2008
Making HIV trials Work for Women and Adolescent Girls                                     0 06.08.2008
Essential Medicines for HIV/AIDS: Update on WHO activities and materials                  0 06.08.2008
Weighing the Evidence: Prioritizing Comprehensive Prevention in the Fight Ahead           0 06.08.2008
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Scaling-up - ANRS/WHO Satellite Conference - Operational lessons from research in Africa06.08.2008
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HIV/AIDS Donor Interactions with the National Health System in Mozambique, Uganda and Zambia
Drug Abuse and HIV/AIDS Interventions: An International Perspective                       0 06.08.2008
Getting Serious About Nurses: Health and Safety in the Workplace                          0 06.08.2008
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Beyond the Orphan Crisis: Findings of the Joint Learning Initiative on Children and HIV/AIDS
El instructivo de las obsesiones                                                          0 06.08.2008
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The role and responsibility of Scientific Journals in Strengthening Research Capacity in Resource-Limited Settings
GIPFA – The Greater Involvement of People of Faith Living with HIV and AIDS               0 06.08.2008
Achieving Universal Access for Young People                                               0 06.08.2008
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Integrating HIV Prevention, Care and Treatment in Sub-Saharan Africa: The Testing and Scaling Up of Intervention Models Inv
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Applying the Paris Principles on Aid Effectiveness: What does this mean for AIDS financing?
India's response to HIV and AIDS - lessons learnt                                         0 06.08.2008
Target undetectability: A reality across the spectrum of patients with HIV?               0 06.08.2008
The Sharpest HIV Decline in Southern Africa. Experiences from Zimbabwe                    0 06.08.2008
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Strengthening global policy cooperation among high resource/low HIV/AIDS prevalence countries to improve the domestic resp
“AIDS Vaccines - 2010 and Beyond”: Charting a Course for the Future of AIDS Vaccine Research
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Sustaining HIV/AIDS Organizations in Africa through Management Capacity Building          0 06.08.2008
Angels in the Dust                                                                        0 06.08.2008
From Victimization Toward Inclusion:<br>Celebrating Diversity.                            0 06.08.2008
La vida boca arriba                                                                       0 07.08.2008
Plenary Session, Day 4                                                                    1 07.08.2008
Souls in Tranzit                                                                          0 07.08.2008
Rosas de Acero                                                                            0 07.08.2008
Sexy Life ?! After infection...                                                           0 07.08.2008
                                                               

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Criminalizing HIV+ transmission – Good, Bad, or Pointless?
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Rights. Respect. Responsibility.®<br> A social marketing campaign to promote open, honest discussion about condoms and th
HIV Viral Entry and Tropism                                                               1 07.08.2008
Hepatitis C/HIV Co-Infection                                                              1 07.08.2008
Innovations in HIV Surveillance                                                           1 07.08.2008
Where are We with the Scale-Up of ARV's in Children?                                      1 07.08.2008
Getting our Voices Heard: Shaping Public Policy                                           1 07.08.2008
Universal Access/Universal Crises/Universal Prices                                        1 07.08.2008
Human Rights, HIV and Sex Work Policy                                                    1 07.08.2008
Male Circumcision: To Cut or Not to Cut                                                  1 07.08.2008
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Regional Session on the Caribbean - Creative Caribbean Approaches to the HIV Epidemic 07.08.2008
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From Single Dose Nevirapine to Multiple ARV Drugs for PMTCT: Implementing WHO Guidelines for ARV Drug Use in Pregnan
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Developing Effective Counseling Skills to Improve the Uptake of HCT in an STI Clinic Setting
Communicating With Children About Their Illness                                          0 07.08.2008
Access to HIV/AIDS Support for Nurses--"Identifying Action Now"                          0 07.08.2008
Wanted: TB/HIV in the News--Strengthening Media and CSOs Partnership in Africa           0 07.08.2008
New Prevention Messages for Vulnerable Populations                                       0 07.08.2008
What Came First-Chicken or Egg? An Integrated Approach to Sexuality and HIV is the Answer0 07.08.2008
Income Generation Ideas for Positive People                                              0 07.08.2008
Sexual Orientation, Gender Identities, Human Rights in a Nepali Context                  0 07.08.2008
Effective Partnerships with Religious and Faith Based Communities Responding to HIV 0 07.08.2008
The Aftermath of War: Women, Children and Displaced Populations                          1 07.08.2008
Palliative Care                                                                          1 07.08.2008
Rupantar, The Transformation                                                             0 07.08.2008
Mela (Carnival) <br>A Pantomime Theatre Production by JAGRAN                             0 07.08.2008
In Our Own Hands: <br>Advocating for Women-initiated Prevention Methods.                 0 07.08.2008
El Juego como Herramienta para la Prevención                                             0 07.08.2008
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Amajita (a group of men) & AIDS:<br>Adolescent AWT / Awaiting Trial Detainees Speak Out on Masculinity and HIV Preventio
Mariko Passion:<br><br>Educated Whore and Urban Geisha.                                  0 07.08.2008
Late Breaker Track B Place Holder                                                        1 07.08.2008
Strengthening Health Systems Through the AIDS Response                                   1 07.08.2008
AIDS Ambassadors                                                                         1 07.08.2008
A Writer's Perspective                                                                   1 07.08.2008
Children and AIDS: Beyond the Health Response                                            0 07.08.2008
Innate and Adaptive Immunity                                                             0 07.08.2008
Cuidate que la cosa es seria                                                             0 07.08.2008
Meet the Plenary Speakers, Day 4                                                         0 07.08.2008
Preclinical and Early Clinical Development of Microbicides                               0 07.08.2008
Vulnerabilities of Mobile and Refugee Populations                                        0 07.08.2008
HIV and MSM: Evolving Risk, Transmission, and Prevention Opportunities                   0 07.08.2008
ARV Policy and Delivery                                                                  0 07.08.2008
Highlighting Issues for Women in Clinical Research, Treatment and Care                   0 07.08.2008
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Dangers from Within and Without: Violence Against Sex Workers by Police and Intimate Partners
HIV and Livelihoods: Is Microfinance the Magic Bullet?                                   0 07.08.2008
Prevention at Work: Different Scenarios                                                  0 07.08.2008
Mujeres en frente del VIH y SIDA: <br>la respuesta comunitaria mexicana                  0 07.08.2008
Reparaciones                                                                             0 07.08.2008
Accountability and Representation.<br> Connecting Local to Global.                       0 07.08.2008
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What NGOs Need to Know to Influence Country Coordinating Mechanisms and Get Funding from the Global Fund to Fight AID
Community Involvement in International AIDSConferences:<br>Costs and Benefits            0 07.08.2008
Children and HIV<br>Children Afected by AIDS Foundation                                  0 07.08.2008
Elite Controllers and Long Term Non Progressors                                          1 07.08.2008
The Needle and the Damage Done: Addressing HIV among Injection Drug Users                1 07.08.2008
And You Thought There Was Nothing Sexy About NGO Capacity Building                       1 07.08.2008
Late Breaker Track D                                                                     1 07.08.2008
Mitigating HIV in the Workplace                                                          1 07.08.2008
Late Breaker Track A                                                                     1 07.08.2008
Late Breaker Track B                                                                     1 07.08.2008
The Role of Human Rights in HIV Related Interventions Amongst Vulnerable Groups          1 07.08.2008
HIV and Hepatitis Virus Co-infection                                                     1 07.08.2008
Food Security, Nutrition and HIV                                                           1 07.08.2008
Reaching Deaf Communities                                                                  0 07.08.2008
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Understanding and Communicating Results from Recent AIDS Vaccine Efficacy Trials: Addressing the Present and Planning fo
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Harnessing and Integrating Community Services in Comprehensive HIV/AIDS Treatment and Management: Operational Tools
Desarollando Estrategias de Cabildeo                                                       0 07.08.2008
A Experiência Brasileira na Utilização do Teste Rápido para Diagnóstico da Infecção Pelo0HIV  07.08.2008
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Seminarios de Apoderamiento para Desarrollar Grupos Comunitarios y de Pares: Diseño 0 Implementación Basados en la Ex
Prevención de la Transmisión Vertical de HIV y Sifilis: Un Abordaje Multidisciplinario     0 07.08.2008
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VIH/SIDA en la Frontera EE.UU./México: Estrategias para la prevención del VIH/SIDA y Cambio Comunitario en los sub-grupo
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Male Circumcision for HIV Prevention--Scaling-Up Service Delivery and Community Education in Africa and Caribbean
Star Whores 2                                                                              0 07.08.2008
The Future of Microbicides: From Vaginal ART to PREP                                       1 07.08.2008
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Beyond the Mexico Conference. <br> Amplyfing Community Voices for Greater Accountability; An Interactive Dialogue Between
Tal Como Somos/Just As We Are                                                              0 07.08.2008
De VIHva Voz                                                                               0 07.08.2008
"Piénsalo Mejor" <br>y<br> "Con Todos Menos Conmigo."                                      0 07.08.2008
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Innovative Approaches in Planning and Implementing Harm Reduction Approaches Among Youths Who Use Psychoactive Sub
Radio Educación Entretenimiento en Latinoamérica: respuesta intergeneracional al VIH. 0 07.08.2008
The Vagina Monologues: <br>The Intersection of Violence, HIV among Women and Girls0 07.08.2008
Late Breaker Track C                                                                       1 07.08.2008
Building Citizenship for HIV and AIDS                                                      1 07.08.2008
Late Breaker Track E                                                                       1 07.08.2008
Advancing Human Rights in the AIDS Response                                                1 07.08.2008
Advances and Challenges: Reducing HIV Transmission to Infants                              1 07.08.2008
Immune Activation, Suppression, and Dysregulation                                          1 07.08.2008
HIV and STI Interactions: New Knowledge, Further Challenges                                1 07.08.2008
Response to HAART in Difficult to Treat Populations                                        1 07.08.2008
Mainstreaming Gender Equality and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights                0 07.08.2008
Cooperation with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria – Improving Chances of Success (An Interactive Workshop to
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Expanding Access to Female Condoms through Strategic Partnerships and Informed Advocacy    0 07.08.2008
Addressing Violence Against Women and HIV/AIDS – SASA! An Activist Kit                     0 07.08.2008
Regional Session on Middle East and North Africa - MENA                                    1 07.08.2008
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Implementacion de Diversos Enfoques en Salud Publica y en Sociedades Comunitarias: Estrategias de VIH/SIDA para Latinos
Political Crises, Sexual Violence and HIV                                                  1 07.08.2008
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Transchallenges: An Insider View of Obstacles, Challenges and Problems Faced by Transgender People for Access to HIV Pre
Introduction to Advocacy: Making Youth Voices Heard                                        0 07.08.2008
Derechos Humanos y VIH/Sida en Guatemala                                                   0 07.08.2008
Reading Cubricado el Pito, ojo con la Fiera                                                0 07.08.2008
Living Day By Day/Basta Um Dia                                                             0 07.08.2008
Youth Closing Session                                                                      0 07.08.2008
Should Religious Leaders Work with Sex Workers in the Response to HIV and AIDS?            0 07.08.2008
Dejadez e Insensatez                                                                       0 07.08.2008
Gender analysis of HIV communication campaigns in Latin America and the Caribbean 0 07.08.2008
Disability, Women and HIV/AIDS                                                             0 07.08.2008
Working on the margins; Unexpected church-based responses to HIV.                          0 07.08.2008
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Elements for a strategic alliance between civil society and the Spanish Cooperation in the 0 07.08.2008HIV/AIDS in Latin Ameri
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A RACE HALF RUN: Looking to the Future of Botswana's National HIV and AIDS Response07.08.2008
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Sex and Sensibility : Meeting the Sexual and Reproductive Health Needs of People living with HIV (PLHIV)
Update on key messages and guidance for HIV testing and counselling                        0 07.08.2008
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MenEngage: Developing a global movement to work with boys and men for gender equality 07.08.2008
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Understanding the numbers: from HIV surveillance to HIV national and global HIV burden 0 07.08.2008
Viral diagnosis is key in the fight against AIDS                                           0 07.08.2008
Young children and AIDS: an unrecognised window of opportunity                             0 07.08.2008
Harm Reduction, HIV, and an Integral Approach to Drug Policy in Mexico                     0 07.08.2008
Comprehensive Condom Programming: So Much Potential, Yet so Little Progress.               0 07.08.2008
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Key Population Response to HIV/AIDS in Latin America - A study as to how the Latin American response to the HIV/Aids epide
Evidence for Action on HIV Treatment and Care Systems                                      0 07.08.2008
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International legal initiative to strengthen national responses to HIV/AIDS through the workplace (preparation to 2009 Internatio
Coordinating to Achieve Universal Access: Lessons from Nigeria                             0 07.08.2008
Un mundo justo para los niños                                                              0 07.08.2008
La Banda de las Recodas                                                                    0 07.08.2008
Life Lessons, Going to School with HIV                                                     0 07.08.2008
Plenary Session, Day 5                                                                     1 08.08.2008
Rapporteur Session                                                                         1 08.08.2008
Closing Session                                                                            1 08.08.2008
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sessDescript
Despite strides made in the past several years, the UN General Assembly estimates that only 34% of pregnant women receive
In 2000, WHO estimated that about 5% of new HIV infections in developing and transitional countries may be attributable to un
“Knowledge Hubs” have performed functions related to the provision of direct technical assistance, training of health profession
Target audience: HIV service providers and clinicians, HIV program managers, advocates, PLWA, research staff and research
This session attempts to highlight the scope of what Faith Based Organisations (FBOs) are doing and to present some exampl
This satellite meeting will allow for the Caucus’ constituency from all over the world to come together and share with other inter
The objectives of this satellite are to: 1) Highlight best practices and lessons learned in HIV vaccine field; 2) Outline important
Intensified linkages between sexual and reproductive health and rights and HIV provide an opportunity to increase the relevanc
Jointly hosted by the Global Business Coalition and Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, this satellite session
This session provides and overview of the rationale, approach and achievements of the Integrated Analysis and Advocacy Proj
INTRODUCTION The Academy for Educational Development (AED) and Grassroot Soccer implement a soccer-based approa
Session 1: An introductory overview to set the context and update the scientific and operational evidence base. What progress
Review the new guidelines and focus on areas for improvement (e.g. getting all patients to undetectable). Provide an overview
Workers, employers, worker dependents and the communities with which they interact, represent significant stakeholders in eff
Objective 1- To provide a forum for an international panel of speakers to highlight key priorities for action with regards to addres
Health workers are the cornerstone and drivers of solid health systems - and yet, the world is facing a devastating shortage. T
The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation concentrates on prevention in India. Through its Avahan team, it works in six of the high p
Background: Winning the global fight against AIDS is a central prong of U.S. foreign aid and foreign policy. The U.S. governm
As countries move towards universal access, WHO has strongly committed itself to the development and implementation of a s
To share experiences, models, approaches and lessons learned among national business coalitions formed to address HIV / A
Facilitators' meeting and lunch
AAI was established to increase accountability and inspire bolder leadership in the response to the AIDS epidemic. We do this
The global toll of the HIV/AIDS pandemic is devastating and is increasingly affecting the lives of young people. Young people b
The main objective of this satellite session is to share effective strategies in&#8232; the area of popular culture, media and you
xInternational Center for Research on Women (ICRW), International AIDS Society (IAS), San Francisco AIDS Foundation, Pan
Background: The Huairou Commission’s AIDS Campaign has grown out of the direct experiences and realities of grassroots w
The goal of this summit is to develop and present a declaration requiring that Housing be part of all HIV/AIDS policy developme
ICW Latina will present its 'Peace as an Opportunity to End AIDS' campaign, focusing on the links between conflict, HIV and th
Statistics show that most HIV is transmitted through sex; technology has enabled us to control and prevent transmission of HIV
This session will bring together leading public health experts from Eastern Europe and Central Asia to describe regional and co
NRTI backbones continue to be the mainstay of therapy for the treatment of HIV infection. Ideally drug treatment should be tailo
Despite the existence and support of international level major agreements and commitments that emphasize the importance of
Prevention strategies must be adapted to changing patterns of HIV risk if they are to succeed in controlling the HIV epidemic an
Our focus this year will be to explore the issues that women with HIV/AIDS face in the MENA region. This will include biologica
Violence against women is both a cause and a consequence of HIV prevalence among women. The threat of violence is one m
Integrated Management of Adolescent and Adult Illness (IMAI) uses people Living with HIV as standardized patients known as
Aim: The aim of this session is to identify good practice and lessons on how to improve accountability and representation of com
To meet the goal of universal access by 2010, UNAIDS estimates that financial resources for HIV must dramatically increase fr
This satellite, in essence, examines the issues pertinent to the Caribbean Region’s efforts to achieve universal access to HIV
Dance4life is an international project aimed at young people. The project informs, motivates and supports young people to enga
The documentary takes you on a Latin American journey during which young people are given the opportunity to express thems

Como resultado del Foro Nacional de Adolescentes Gays, presentaremos las conclusiones que decenas de jovenes encontrar
The Developing Countries NGO Delegation represents civil society organizations in the Board of the Global Fund to fight AIDS,
The satellite aims at contributing to the scientific knowledge of the HIV/AIDS epidemic and its treatment.
Sex is the most common way people contract HIV worldwide; yet frank discussion and information about how to have sex and s
Given that in many regions of the world HIV and AIDS disproportionately affects women and girls, all responses must invest in
Many low- and middle-income countries are in the process of scaling up their national prevention of mother-to-child transmissio
This satellite session seeks to facilitate learning about, sharing and exchanging best practices by local governments and city ne
Although the human costs of HIV and AIDS in terms of death, disability and social disruption are extensively documented, the d
This satellite session co-hosted by the Global AIDS Alliance, the Mobilizing for RH/HIV Integration Initiative and the Global Fund
The National AIDS programme in India, Brazil and Thailand is the road map to universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, c
The Swiss Commission on AIDS-related Issues published a communication in the Bulletin of Swiss Medicine in February 2008
In this satelite session the Governance and AIDS programme of Idasa will review evidence on the political and budgetary implic
RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVE: TB is a curable and preventable disease that still kills 4000 people every day. There are nearl
Developing new HIV prevention options is accepted as an urgent priority, but the conduct of research and development, particu
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Overall session description:
Review current treatment guidelines recommending when and what to start when initiating HAART
The scientific challenge of HIV vaccine development will require novel solutions. It is essential that the HIV vaccine field contin
In September 2007, the International Organization for Migration (IOM), World Food Programme (WFP) and the North Star Foun
Despite the enormous challenge that AIDS still poses to global health, international efforts to reach those who urgently need HI
Objective:- Advocacy and awareness raising among policy makers and donors on the issues of women 's property rights in the
Psychosocial care and support for children and adults impacted by HIV/AIDS is a critical component of a comprehensive AIDS
During the past few years, little attention was given to the prevention needs of people living with HIV/AIDS (PLHA). HIV prevent
In a post-war period, the government of Angola is highly commited to respond to the national HIV epidemic. During the last four
                                

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Bureau of AIDS, TB and STIs
espite the harmonized and continuous efforts to overcome HIV/AIDS and its impact particularly
In 2008, the U.S. Institute of Medicine released a report, commissioned by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, making recom
Background: Whilst poverty is a crucial cause of HIV & AIDS infection, people living with HIV (PLWH) are not prime beneficiari
In this session, global ART providers will share lessons learned and together forge a way forward to a realistic and achieveable
Background: Breast milk HIV-1 transmission is a major challenge in resource-limited settings. Two promising approaches to re
This is appropriate time to look at strengths and weaknesses of Generic Pharma and India’s contribution towards affordability a
Se trata de un performance en donde 2 hombres homosexuales recitan y actuan una antología de poemas del escritor poblano
This panel discussion will address issues such as: The global epidemiological statistics, universal access to ARTs, the shifting
Reading/performance based on the voices of Mexican migrants to the United States who have participated in cutting-edge qua
One of the videos begins with Mr. Chung To, founder and president of Chi Heng Foundation, on a motorcycle towards a village
A session of 6 sex workers reporting back from Pre conference meetings, including sex workers pre-conference, PWHA, MSM
It will showcase the numerous ways in which youths and kids, who are the most vulnerable, get transmitted daily especially in d
This session provides a forum to exchange information, lessons learned, issues, concerns and challenges in the HIV and AIDS
Mauro Schechter will introduce the session and note how important it is to know the outcome of ART in all settings, he will also
Co-chair Eduard Grebe is also the first abstract presenter
1st co-chair introduces speakers, manages time and Q&A.2nd co-chair does concluding remarks.
Intro SpeakersPresenteers 10 min + 5 min discussionChair: Concluding remarks
The co-chairs will introduce the session and will each provide brief overview remarks in MSM prevention issues in a global cont
Dr Mofenson will give a 15 minute overview to set the abstracts in contextNoris Pavia will introduce speakers and give short co
A number of candidate vaccines and microbicides failed to demonstrate any preventive effect in clinical trials that were complet
An inter-active panel discussion addressing what civil society and other organizations in the Global AIDS Community are doing
Religion, culture, and tradition are all critical issues for successful prevention programmes. While some religious organizations
This session addresses the basics of community participation in research, starting from the point of view of the research candid
Sub-Saharan Africa is the most affected region by the HIV/AIDS epidemic. About 68% of adults and nearly 90% of children infe
Learn to design and manage community-led crisis response systems, for dealing with violence against people vulnerable to HIV
Este taller brindará información y capacitación en el desarrollo de habilidades y destrezas aplicables al trabajo educativo con la
This workshop welcomes you to share experiences and skills on being an ally to LGBT people, when a friend comes out or reve
The online legal help line was created as a response to a felt need by people working in AIDS service organizations, people livi
While the amount of funding for HIV/AIDS has increased significantly, women’s rights organizations working on HIV/AIDS conti
This workshop is for first-time delegates. The conference is huge and sometimes overwhelming so how can participants get th
This workshop will equip participants with knowledge and skills in helping clients grieve for their loved ones. It is applicable at in
This workshop will train young people on how to lobby within the conference, how to advocate to decision makers and speak to
Using the Jamaican system as a model, this workshop will explore the many facets of a national discrimination reporting and re
La Sociedad de Integración Gay Lésbica argentina montó entre 2005 y 2007 un sistema de cursos de capacitación con puntaje
Lanzamiento del No. 28 de la revista JOVENes, producida por el Instituto Mexicano de la Juventud a través del Centro de Inve
Showcase a new HIV/AIDS educational resource called 'Choices & Decisions' co designed by young people and teachers in Ma
"Angel Portador" es escrito e interpretado por Rómulo Escola y está dirigido por Hernán Aguilar (Ruben Tambone). El Ángel po
The film explores the stories of children in Haiti through the eyes of a Canadian UN peacekeeper, a pop singer George Nosuka
The objectives of the session are:1. To review the status of HIV operations research globally; 2. To discuss priority issues for o
This will be a highly-interactive, case-based session covering current issues and controversies in initiating antiretroviral therapy
The Meet the Plenary Speaker sessions bring the conference plenary speakers to the community and allow interaction and dial
Chairperson will give an overview of the session, introduce speakers, keep time and moderate Q&A. Presenters will speak for 5


This session will discuss the fact that HAART can cause complications - our understanding of incidence mechanisms and poss
This workshop has been designed to contribute to the promotion of the rights of children, on the basis of human rights internatio

Co chair 1 to provide introductory remarks. Co chair 2 to time and provide discussant introduction to Q&A. This session explore
No introduction talks, concluding remarks
Chair to moderate, no into talk. Concluding remarks
Jean Pape will give a 3 minute introduction about interaction between HAART and TB treatment
Co-chair 1 gives opening remarks = 5 minsEach presentation = 5 minCo-chair 2 closes = 5 minRemaining time for Q&A, co-ch
What is good sex? What is a good lover? What was my first sexual experience? My best and worst sexual experience? Have I
Video presentation on Las Rukas show. Video will include an invitation to replicate this action under our guidelines. This is our g
This workshop will involve participants in reflection, discussion and planning regarding how advocacy can be undertaken to pro
This interactive session will engage with young advocates, community organizers, experts, and decision-makers to collect opin
The Zimbabwean national report card measuring the responses to women's, young women's and girl's HIV/AIDS issues will be

Co chair 1 will give 5 mins. introduction. Co chair 2 will give 5 mins. concluding remarks. This session covers tracks A and B.
The workshop will benefit those interested to learn more about the treatment of HIV/HCV co infection including HIV medical car
Intro: Trends in Global Molecular Epidemiology
Jose Ma. Miro will frame the situation of TB in the world in a 5 minute talk.Silvia Gonzalez-Ayala will give the concluding remark
1. D. Williams will introduce the session (5min)2. E. Collins will provide introd.remarks of 10 min to provide the overview of issu
Co-chair 1 will give an introductory talk and co-chair 2 will introduce discussion. The session starts with a reflection on new tren
AB Dawn presents the session overview. Lyida M. opens the dicussion. This session explores new approaches to reproductive
Chairs to summarise the session title within 5 mins, moderate statistics and coordinate discussion within 5-30mins. Charter lea
The global and local context of NAP with improved access to care and specially to ART has changed rapidly in the last 5 yea
This session is targeted to clinicians, scientists and clinical researchers in HIV pathogenesis and the use of animal models to u
Youth of the early 21st century live in an information age, in which information communication technologies (ICTs) have opened
Children’s Treatment Rights continue being addressed as second–class within the treatment sphere. Placing children meaning
This workshop aims to sensitize the participants on cultural congruence care. The presenters will introduce the context and se
This interactive workshop will train advocates, activists and policy makers how to answer the difficult questions about condoms
This workshop will help create new prevention strategies through getting theoretical and practical basic elements for promoting
We increasingly rely on advocacy to bring about change in our communities. But how do we monitor and evaluate advocacy? M
The workshop will emphasize the use of evidence-based approaches to designing a strategic plan. The workshop will include t
The goal of this workshop is to train participants with tools to create empowerment seminars that foster the development of pee
This workshop is meant for NGO program developers and program directors for positive prevention services in resource limited
We all know that the media is an important ally in a HIV response. But do you really understand how it works, and how to best
"HSH vs. VIH" describe las acciones del proyecto en Cuba, actualiza la situación de la epidemia y la implementación de estrate
This workshop will present evidence of the negative impacts of IMF program policies on health spending and the response to H
Ponencia con diapositivas de actividades de l@s jóvenes de CoCoSI trabajando en comunidades rurales, institutos, escuelas y
A catwalk from the sex worker Fashion Label Daspu (which means “das putas” – by whores) to strengthen the fight against disc
This session will deal with issues related to HIV in prisons that have so far received little attention, but need to be at the center
Creative documentary on the feminization of HIV/AIDS as mediated by the macroeconomic policies, poverty, gender, violence a
Discussion on the importance of community based action in supporting PLWHAs emphasizing the responsibility of the commu

Co Chair 1: 5 mins. introductory talk and concluding remarks. Co chair 2: presenting and introducing speakers and timing, ove
Co chair 1 to offer 5 minutes introductionCo chair 2 to offer 5 minutes discussion at end
Peter Laugharn to introduce this session and to provide some background related to early childhood issues to complement the
Performance that shows not only the traditional culture of China but also the modern Chinese culture, especially the energy, inn
In 2001, the UN member states committed themselves to take concrete steps to halt and reverse the HIV/AIDS epidemic by 20
Andrew Hunter to provide overview of the topic, key issues and introduce panel. Co chair 2 to provide concluding remarks and
chair introduces speakers, controls time and manages Q&A. co-chair does concluding remarks
This session will review the HIV scenario in the Asia-Pacific region; review prevalence rates, approach issues such as rampant
This session will bring together scientists, community members, and immigration activists to discuss the links between internati
Education has proven to be a major factor in the prevention of HIV by providing understanding and skills to enable individuals to
There is international consensus that without urgent improvements in the performance of health systems, including significant s
Videos para motivar a que tres subpoblaciones de hombres que tienen sexo con hombres (HSH auto identificados como gay,
In its first project to address HIV beyond Canadian borders, the Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange (CATIE) partn
Primer filme que narra la historia de la epidemia en Argentina desde su inicio hasta nuestros días. El guión sigue la cronología
This interactive activity allows participants to explore the physical, legal and social environments sex workers live and work in a
Implementation of the interactive methodologies discussed in the manual with the young people with whom they work. Teachin
Fashion Prevention es una estrategia de promoción del uso del condón que plantea la inclusión del condón desde el lenguaje d
This session would enable the members of the civil society to understand the broader conceptual and methodological issues of
Espectáculo unipersonal de Narración Oral Escénica (NOE), en el que se presentan a través de la NOE diversos cuentos de e
The Satellite is dedicated to the presentation and discussion of some of the key findings of key socio-economic research progra
HIV is associated with infection by other microbes. Data has been accumulated that in humans these microbes (often called "c
Hosted by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, this satellite session will highlight the progress made in the
The world has been managing the global AIDS epidemic for more than 25 years. While great strides have been made, there a
Meeting objectives:- Update on ARV based prevention research with focus on the need for women (PreP and second generatio
This session will be introduced by Dr. Kevin De Cock and outline the potential benefits of incorporating food and nutritional supp
This session will bring together AIDS and gender experts and practitioners from different regions and sectors, to address the in
The HIV epidemic continues to ravage children and adolescents’ lives worldwide, at a time when proven interventions exist to p
The World Bank launched its emergency response to address HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa in 2000, providing over $1.5 bill
The objective of this satellite session is to provide a multidimensional perspective of HIV risk and social and cultural issues amo
To be confirmed by donor
WAGGGS would like to invite participants at AIDS 2008 to the international launch of the WAGGGS/UNAIDS training tool kit on
Growing awareness of the need for improved accommodation between health systems and priority health programmes is now p
Prequalification of diagnostics is a programme that aims to increase access to affordable diagnostic technologies of assured qu
Women and girls are urgently need a range of prevention technologies and approaches to protect themselves throughout the li
Meeting the challenges of scale, demand and drivers What does one of the world's biggest HIV prevention programmes look
All children and young people, regardless of their HIV status, should be provided with participatory and gender sensitive sexual
Vast numbers of children across the world become infected with HIV every year. Without treatment, thousands die as a result o
Many countries in the decade leading to the turn of this millennium and shortly after declared HIV and AIDS a national disaster.
Incorporating New Antiretroviral Classes into HIV Management; is a CME symposium focused on the clinical application of new
Concierto dirigido a jóvenes que aun no se interesan directamente por temas VIH que contribuye a moldear la percepción que
Bill Bowtell is Director, HIV/AIDS Project at the Lowy Institute for International Policy in Sydney. As senior adviser to the Austral
Since the inception of the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), U.S. global AIDS policy has been plagued w
Several years, Burkina Faso increases efforts to improve the access of populations to reach objectives of the universal access
This session will look at the failure of the current global testing effort and strive to achieve a consenus toward more effective lar
Areas to be touched upon include the contribution of the insurance industry to provision of cover to employees living with HIV/A
The session will aim to impart key findings on the magnitude and patterns of the HIV epidemic in the Middle East and North Afr
The Symposium will discuss the challenges to treat the HIV positive population. The meeting will build on the story of Ophelia H
This satellite session will present a fresh perspective on the scope for building effective collaborations across faith groups, gove
This mini-satellite symposium, co-sponsored by the Global AIDS Alliance and the United Nations Foundation, will review the fin
Speakers will discuss best practices in provision of ARVs for injecting drug users (IDUs). Panelists from diverse geographic set
In its first project to address HIV beyond Canadian borders, the Canadian AIDS Treatment Information Exchange (CATIE) partn
Presentations: Prevention Strategies, Substance Use and Harm Reduction, Sex Between Men (JMML)
2 numeros musicales con mensaje de prevención adapatando el modelo de "condoneras" de formato dragas a formato de pre
Documental de denuncia en el que integrantes de diversas poblaciones clave narran momentos de su vida en los que fueron d
Artistic performance of Aboriginal dance and music by two members of the Australian Positive Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islan
This activity is commonly known as the value voting exercise whose aim is to help your audience or participants explore and re
Taller en el que se combinan dinámicas grupales con bloques de enseñanza, desde las perspectivas de género, diversidad se
Discussion about the fact that, since the beginning of the AIDS epidemic, in addition to theoretically and politically mirroring the
Still after more than a decade of the epidemic, people living with HIV/AIDS are continuing to face discrimination in their everyda
This workshop will provide fun, dynamic and interactive methods for exploring the complex issue of stigma and MSM in an Afric
L’engagement précoce du monde communautaire dans la lutte contre le VIH a eu des résultats probants et a permis de cultive
Co-Chair 1 introduces presenters, manages times and Q&A. Co-Chair 2 concluding remarks.
To indroduce the issue of importance of how to measure new infections in different epidemics, tools that can be used at popula
NO SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
Co -chairs will introduce speakers and conduct the Q and A session.This session will describe outcomes of randomized contro
International health agencies recommend basing public policy on evidence. In the context of the AIDS epidemic, there is a grow
This session is targeted to clinicians, scientists and clinical researchers interested in the HIV drug resistance area. It is assume
This session will review the current concepts, perspectives and experiences on positive prevention: positive living, SRH, HHRR
This session will debate the risk, vulnerability and public neglect of indigenous people, first nations and afro descendants confro
The links between violence against women and HIV and AIDS are clear. Studies on VAW report that one in three women will s
Adapting an advocacy-based framework will allow the convergence of the delivery of essential services together with the creatio
Operational and implementation research are increasingly being seen as necessary by international and national funding agenc
The workshop will demonstrate the value of facilitated audio visual material as a part of Treatment Literacy education. The wor
Universal access to HIV prevention and treatment will never be achieved without greater attention paid to human rights. This w
Un estudio reciente dirigido por el Profesor Bernard Hirschel (Director de la unidad de VIH/SIDA del Hospital Cantonal Univers
This session seeks to examine the factors that increase the vulnerability of boys and girls, men and women to HIV. It will also ta
If you have been attending too many meetings that have no outcome, here is how you can change it. In just 90 minutes, learn s
Chair 1 gives introduction 5 minutesChair 2 gives closing remarks 5 minutes
Co chair 1 to summation as discussant
Film screening followed by a group discussions with audience about how it became possible for youth to engage in AIDS aware
Live performance of original music, free-style rapping about HIV and drug related issues (Khmer and English) and break-dancin
Film documental que narra la historia de Alejandro, un joven de 16 años que pertenece a la primera generación de chicos naci
Video “Amigas por Siempre” y Revista “Llavecitas”: experiencias comunicativas con niños y adolescentes afectados por el VIH
Se presentarán diversas situaciones locales y regionales que aborden asuntos de políticas públicas en relación a los derechos
Twenty five years into the global HIV/AIDS response, it is widely acknowledged that we cannot treat our way out of the HIV pan
This special session will include policy makers, civil society and people living with HIV that are currently playing a leading role in
This Special Session will bring together PLHIV leaders from a broad range of constituencies, with representatives from HIV/AID
The Special Session will bring together representatives from major AIDS donors and recipient countries--WHO, UNAIDS, the G
The Meet the Plenary Speaker sessions bring the conference plenary speakers to the community and allow interaction and dial
Sandy Gove will introduce the topic and emphasize the importance of it. Marie Charles will note on the progress made as identi

co-chair 1 will have a presentation to introduce the importance of addressing HIV in indigenous communities. If some abs are n
Teh chairpersons should introduce the speakers, give them brief introductotyremarks in the issues addressed in each poster di

Rosa Bologna will framework the session.Both co-chairs will introduce sepakers, lead and address the Q and A session.Both c
5 min intro by chair, 5 mins summary by chair, 10 min per talk.The session focuses challenges and successes in the developm
Co-chair to speak longer if a second back up is needed.
5 minutes presentation by authors, 5 minutes introduction of discussion from chair1, resource allocation issues.
S. Petretti presents a 5 minute introduction to the topic. R. Barbosa opens discussion.A range of presentations highlighting dile
Medio-metraje sobre VIH/SIDA que envolvió médicos, enfermeros, asistentes sociales, psicólogos, y un equipo que representó
Religious communities are often at the forefront of efforts to provide care and support to persons living with HIV and AIDS. Reli
Interactive panel around how the women’s movement and women’s rights organizations partner with men who share a gender
The purpose of this panel is three-pronged : to share recent work documenting violations such as coercive sterilization of HIV-p
Peter Ghys will do a mini lecture in 10 minutes on global HIV trends, Olive Shisana will do the concluding remarks 5 minutes.
CO-Chair 1 introduces speakers, manages time and Q&A. Co-Chair 2 does concluding remarks.
Francois Dabis will welcome participands and will note how retention of clients/patients is a major challenge everywhere.Caroly
The 1 co-chair will give a 5 min introductory overview. At the end the second co-chair highlights the main issues of discussion a
Co-chair 1 to introduce (5mins max), and take turns introducing the speakers and handle Q&A. Co-chair 2 should make conclu
Chair to introduce and a few words of conclusion. Clarify issues around equity and access to care and treatment according to s
The chair will do 5 mins introduction, the session will focus on hiv-aids related issues among Mexican migrants to the US.
The impact of HIV and AIDS on young people is “well-understood”: youth are one of the most vulnerable groups to HIV, represe
While scaling up HIV testing continues to be a global priority, critical issues remain. In 2007, WHO/UNAIDS released their Guid
The Panel Discussion will bring leading researchers and clinicians to outline comprehensive services for injecting drug users an
This workshop seeks to enhance the development of collaborative HIV/AIDS-related research in the Caribbean, with particular
Este taller comenzará con algunas técnicas educativas especializadas las cuales servirán para entender qué habilidades debe
The goals of this US National Institute of Mental Health supported workshop are to educate and inform clinicians and health ca
El objetivo de este taller es construir estrategias para el abordaje efectivo de la Consejería, VIH/Sida y procreación. Se utilizará
Community health worker programmes are recognized as important components of care and support to those living with HIV/A
El Taller sobre programación neurolinguistica en jóvenes portadores del VIH/SIDA (PVVs) permitirá construir y desarrollar hab
The workshop develops skills and ideas to help practitioners when talking about sex with clients. Participants will learn to be r
Este taller busca compartir el modelo de intervención con profesionales que deseen trabajar con personas ciegas y débiles vis
This workshop aims to explore best and different practices in the field of GIPA implementation, share and solve problems that o
Presentation of the relevant impact of a Global action by the International Networking and the youth Leadership. Y-PEER in par
This workshop will add up value and knowledge to the participants in their work environment, allowing the work process of the s
Opera Súbita es una compañía de opera contemporánea donde participan jóvenes compositores, cantantes, músicos y actore
The story goes behind two relative families. The film is based on two different characters and one partner from each family has
Stigma, denial and apathy are three reinforcing elements that are keeping HIV in India in the dark. It is stigma that prevents peo
This session explores how health can be promoted when young people use their voice and agency to develop and participate in
This video exposes myths, perceptions and stigma related to HIV/AIDS in the context of Latino immigrant populations in Califor
A panel showcasing Kenya’s experiences and other high burden countries, with perspectives from the GFATM and other CCM
Documentary presented to demonstrate the factors behind transport workers' HIV vulnerability along long corridors in Africa like
This workshop has the following objectives: To gain a deeper understanding of current priorities related to queer African and Bl
Co-chair 1 should make a presentation on current eveidence of links between poverty, vulnerability and HIV (10 min) + 4 abs (1
This session will focus on issues of access to services for diverse populations of men who have sex with men in lower and mid
Co-Chair 1 introduces presenters, manages time and does Q&A. Co-Chair 2 does concluding remarks.
Christine Nabiryo will introduce the session and will discuss the importance of access and coverageCarlos Magis will add to the
After many years of implementing HIV programmes – with limited success and waning HIV funding – pressure to achieve HIV r
How can NGOs meaningfully involve PLHIV and affected communities in all aspects of their response? Framed by the Code of
Everyone is talking about positive prevention. But, there is a lack of clarity on the exact ingredients and how to programme prev
Heterogeneous as the Latin America region is, its epidemic also is, and this will be reflected in the session which will have diffe
Recent research has produced mixed results with respect to new HIV prevention technologies and interventions and there is st
This session focuses on sexual and reproductive rights for people living with HIV (PLHIV) from a rights-based approach on a pe
Teatro foro de la obra “Sida: Entre el amor y el rechazo, Es la historia de dos jóvenes que se conocen desde la escuela, uno g


Chair to give opening remarks: Overview of subject area = 5 minsAbstracts = 10 mins each +5 mins Q&A Closing remarks by c
1. Chair introductory remarks 5min2. Context: positive living and leadersip: experiences visions and strategies for action
Documental que muestra a 4 personas (una VIH positivo) que comparten una misma condición, la transexualidad. Cada uno ti
Debate entre las redes regionales y las organizaciones latinoamericanas y del Caribe sobre "Retos, gobernabilidad y futuro de
Screening of 5 short videos (described further below) that will show how dance, innovative lifeskills education and uniting youth
Debate session on HIV/AIDS Vaccine Research. Should it continue or be abandoned? Should the billions of vaccine dollars be
Drag shows with short drama, mime, songs and dances by Chinese transgenders (a few of them are HIV+) depicting their life,
Video featuring sex workers from Bangladesh, Brazil, Cambodia, Mali, Thailand and more. They describe the problems created
The Festival would include the premier of two important advocacy films made by sex workers. 1. Sex Workers respond to 100%
The independent Commission on AIDS in Asia was established in 2006 with support from UNAIDS to look at the socio-econom
The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) is the largest commitment by any nation for an international h
IAS 20th Anniversary, 18:30 - 21:30
Traditional notions of masculinity are strongly associated with risk-taking behavior that puts men at risk for HIV/AIDS. Cultural a
The dramatic increase in financial resources directed towards HIV/AIDS interventions in the last decade, from US$ 300 million
HIV and sex education delivered through curriculum-based programmes has demonstrated effectiveness in improving students
There is growing recognition of the crucial role of linkages between HIV prevention, treatment, and care with sexual and reprod
People with disability have often been and remained excluded from HIV prevention as well as AIDS care efforts because it is pr
Our session is entitled titled &#8220;The United States HIV Crisis: Why The Global Community Should Care&#8221;. The ses
Every 13 seconds a new person is infected with HIV (UNFPA). Every day more than 5,700 people die because of AIDS, the ma
Not only do women bear a disproportionate burden of global poverty, but they bear a disproportionate impact of the AIDS pande
The symposium will feature the latest findings from four important HIV trials — the Phase III ARTEMIS study of darunavir in tre
This session will report on the key initiatives concerning advocacy around children and HIV/AIDS, as presented and deliberated
As HIV prevention research has become more multi-dimensional in recognizing the interaction of biology, behavior, and social s
During the last 20 years, ABIA has been actively engaged in advocacy strategies in order to enhance the relationship between
Several countries have laws that are used to criminalize HIV transmission in order to promote public health. Yet these laws and
This session will address how race, gender and inequality affect vulnerability to HIV, and influence access to prevention, treatm
Expected Result: Regional M&E agenda for Latin America defined based on lessons learned from UNGASS Reporting process
Jointly hosted by UNITAID and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, this satellite session discusses innova
Obra en la que se presenta una fiesta entre espectros; se van desenvolviendo distintas historias relacionadas con el VIH/SIDA
The SEHAT Project, a peer-led health education project, aims to promote positive health behavior with a focus on HIV preventi
The session will be composed of 3 short presentations presented by opinion leaders. Body fat changes and metabolic complic
The sub-optimal performance of many large public health programs, including managing HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment, is
This satellite session will explore the expanding efforts of cooperating agencies and PEPFAR implementers to effectively coord
                                   

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a Alianza Internacional (International HIV/AIDS Alliance), Organizaciones Nacionales de Enla
The law has an important role to play in addressing the underlying causes of HIV transmission, ensuring the protection of peop
Description/Focus: In the context of the HIV/AIDS response, labour migration across national borders for employment is a grow
The rapid scale-up of ART services in Kenya has strained already overburdened, understaffed health facilities, with a resultant
- Exchange sessions between Developing countries NGOs on the work of the Global Fund and the way to improve it.- Exchang
Stigma, denial and apathy are three reinforcing elements that are keeping HIV in India in the dark. It is stigma that prevents peo
Presentations: The Virus and the Immune System, HIV and Children, Sex Work
Espetáculo teatral que habla de una familia donde sus componentes tienen DSTs/ SIDA. Es una comedia popular, llena de inf
Our film illustrates the threat unethical research poses to the rights, the health and the dignity of women who are likely to have u
Introduction to the new WAGGGS/UNAIDS Global Training Kit which will be officially published on World Health Day, 7 April 20
This interactive panel discussion with representatives from donor and endemic countries will focus on experiences and lessons
Home-based care has been advocated by various international and governmental organizations as one of the ways to provide q

Thomas Coates: Short opening remarks (5 min) to shape session. Co-chair shoudl do concl. remarks. 10 min talks + 5 Q&A. C
co-chair 2 to wrapup at end, instead of having 5th abstract (Closing remarks!!!!)
Lorraine introduces subject. Leikness makes concluding remarks. The mental health status of children infected and-or affecte
Judith Currier will give a 15 minute lecture based on the session's title and will address the latest controversies around cardiova
We have studied the biological and epidemiological aspects of reproduction in relation to AIDS but the most crucial unexamined
People most affected by and vulnerable to AIDS often come from marginalised and highly stigmatised groups – sex workers, m
In many areas of the world hit by HIV, the bio-medical model has dominated thinking about appropriate responses. Especially
UNAIDS and WHO estimates give the number of people living with HIV in the region as 1.6 million. The session will provide u
Parents and caregivers of orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) have a crucial role to play to help reduce the number of child
The workshop will provide participants with insight into barriers and facilitators to effective communication in the context of the H
Cette atelier va fournir une opportunité unique pour ‘briser la glace’ autour le sujet des MSM en Afrique. Dans beaucoup des pa
This Skills Building session will provide understanding of different factors affecting young women’s lives and how these interpla
Young people at risk for HIV through injection drug use and/or sex work are rarely included in the design and delivery of compr
The men with men (MSM) community is quite diverse and those living in the U.S./Mexico border region are no different...or are
This workshop will provide an excellent learning opportunity about the need for gender sensitive programming required at the in
The workshop aims to present, discuss and disseminate a comprehensive methodology for monitoring antiretroviral price nego
Culture – the key to unravelling the vulnerability of women and girls to HIV and AIDS. Welcome to SAfAIDS’ hosted “Engagin
The session will share Vida Digna’s (led by Colectivo Sol) project tools and methodology as well as offering the experience of p
Chair 2 does 5 minutes intro to issuesChair 1 does 5 minutes discussion at the end and keeps time
Co-chair 1 to set the scene with a 5 minute presentation at the beginning. Co-chair 2 to provide discussant summary at end.
The Vaginal Wall is a unique exhibition made up of drawings of vaginas by people working on HIV and AIDS issues. It can be s
We produced a documentary to show the cases of discrimination of PLHIV in Republic of Moldova. We used hidden camera fo
Realización de grupo de reflexión modelo para varones jóvenes gays, para que otros líderes jóvenes puedan adoptar la metod
Canadian recording artists DJ Dopey, Rochester and Eternia are ambassadors in a Candian HIV/AIDS education campaign tar
                                 

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IV stigma and discrimination are violations of human rights and undermine public health effor
This special session will explore various models of health care financing at national levels and will also discuss donor approach
The session will present this important new research and will discuss current approaches to working with families to prevent HI
25 years after the discovery of HIV, the number of people living with HIV continues to rise. In 2007, 33 million people in the wo
The Meet the Plenary Speaker sessions bring the conference plenary speakers to the community and allow interaction and dial
Horacio Salomon will give a 3 minute introductory talk about potential molecular interactions of hepatitis viruses and HIV


No special tasks for chairsIntroduce RDS as method for sampling HADR to reach populations: Applications nad main issues wi
NO SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
co-chairs: introduce sessions After session - discussion
Chair will give quick overview in set context (5 min). Each presenter gets 10 min (5 min presentation + 5 min discussion). Discu
Paulo Teixeira to introduce the topic and note the untapped potential of private sector in many countries to deliver HIV services
This session will discuss a range of issues. Including sexualities, sexual identities, body image, gender identities, roles and vul
Introduction by chair for 5 mins. Presentations from several continents highlighting multiple care issues facing providers and of
This symposium is an opportunity to present the work of the TAC/CHMT partnership; with emphasis on five of the mediums in w
Hero Book Manual, Mini Library of Hero Books & Documentary.REPSSI has 10 new publications all which offer practical eviden
Un trabajo de prevención desde una identidad católica progresista para que las y los participantes reflexionen sobre cómo la m
Este taller interactivo busca capacitar cabildeadores, activistas y formuladores de políticas en cómo responder a preguntas difí
Finally a workshop lead by young people to discuss issues affecting young people and stigma. Come and share your experienc
Discussion about HIV prevalence in some major cities in China. Chinese MSM population had begun involving in HIV/AIDS pre
co-chair 1 introduces speakers, manages time and Q&A. co-chair 2 does concluding remarks.
Charlie Gilks to introduce the notion of task-shifting and decentralization in ART scale-up, especially where human resources a
NO SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONSWomen living with HIV and AIDS articulate efforts to provide leadership for a better response in
Chair will introduce and do overview. Chair 2 will lead discussion. The recent dilemmas of disclosure, reason to disclose and p
Co-chair 1 will give bried introduction of the session 5 minutesco-chair 2 summarize and provide concluding remarks 5 minutes
Co-chair 1: short introductionCo-chair 2: lead discussion
NO speacial tasks for chairs (no invited talks)Co-chair 1 = concluding remarksCo-chair 2 = intro presenters and keep time
This session will review current and emerging approaches to identifying HIV and AIDS among children and challenges related t
This JIAS workshop is for investigators from resource limited settings who want to build their skills in successfully publishing the
Harm Reduction has moved beyond the traditional focus on opiate drugs, injecting drug use, needle and syringe exchanges, an
This session aspires to showcase motivating examples on how a range of key actors and stakeholders are addressing issues a
There has been a certain amount of debate and research about the connections between conflicts, disasters and HIV. These c
El acceso al tratamiento ARV es vital para las personas viviendo con VIH. Este acceso aunque es garantizado por muchos es
Aprende a fortalecer las habilidades de ONGs, OBCs, personas afectadas por el VIH/SIDA y de personas interesadas en traba
The workshop intends to show the participants the Brazilian experience in enhancing access to HIV infection diagnosis, using r
This workshop will discuss skills and strategies related to drug abuse and HIV/AIDS epidemiology and prevention with the aim
How can the media better address the challenges of HIV and AIDS? Do the voices of affected communities receive sufficient c
Currently SAATHII is carrying out an action research project to test the efficacy of using “elements of sensuousness” in making
¿Por que pensar en SIDA y Discapacidad? ¿Es necesario un presupuesto y recursos específicos para incluir a las personas di
Members of the UK Consortium on AIDS and International Development Care and Support working group will present and initia
Representación teatral que presenta situaciones de riesgo por medio de la comedia contando historias de un persona gay (HS
This interactive workshop will use drama techniques to introduce participants to tools they can use to promote personal and soc
The Aids 'Jaago' project present four short dramatic films by cutting edge Indian directors - Mira Nair, Vishal Bhardwaj, Santosh
Some organizations will present various viewpoints on the topic of children and HIV/AIDS. Examples of innovative programs an
In 1990 a group of Empower sex workers in Thailand created a piece of street theater "Honey Bee Show" to educate about safe
Workshop participants are invited to take the place of an oppressed character to try to improve or change the situation. Worksh
Presentación de la guía de prevención de VIH e ITS en mujeres trabajadoras sexuales diseñada por APROASE en conjunto co
Co-chair 2 is one of the abstract presenters, co-chair 1 to introduce session, and make concluding remarks
NO SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONSNew strategies, original prorammes and multisectorial approaces
Lydia Mungherera will introduce the session and discuss the importance of access and management of ARVs in low income se
Intro by MascocaIntro by Heeney: Animal Models
Ninety per cent of AIDS care in developing countries happens at home, and women bear a disproportionate burden of those res

The second wave of scale up i.e. decentralisation from regional and district hospitals to health centres is a major challenge. Th
HIV and AIDS has and continues to have a devastating impact on the lives of women and girls. Responses to this global pande
This session, Chaired by Plenary speaker Edwin Cameron, will seek to understand where criminalization of HIV transmission is
Bev Greet to provide a 5 minute overviewRachel Ong to close session with concluding remarks
Co-chair 1 will open session with a 5 min. introduction of the topic and personal reflections on the US epidemic. The chairs will
While Bill Clinton and Bill Gates demanded change at the 2006 International AIDS Conference, Miles Roston conducted a socia
Monólogo en cinco cuadros, cuya característica principal es sensibilizar a los jóvenes y población en general sobre el estigma
This interactive session will provide an important opportunity for PLHIV, community, government representatives and others to
Este taller compartirá una metodología comunicativa para el uso de un video de ficción. En este taller se utilizará el video “No t
A presentation by the All-Ukrainian PLWH Network as a community based organization that is now a Global Fund Principle Rec
Demostración del proyecto Mujer y Sida de Cuba, a través de una campaña de prevención utilizando la imagen y la música de
Video featuring sex workers from Bangladesh, Brazil, Cambodia, Mali, Thailand and more. They describe the problems created
Too often, the importance of putting women at the center of efforts to confront AIDS has not moved beyond rhetoric. When nat
Objectives: This satellite aims to raise awareness of issues regarding women’s participation in HIV trials and define next steps
The main purpose of the satellite is to present, in simple language, an update on WHO's new activities in the field of promoting
Background: With nearly 6,800 people becoming infected with HIV every day, the best and only solution for ending the rampa
This Satellite will try to present original results documenting the major issues related with scaling up HIV treatment in African co
Rationale: A polarized debate exists about whether HIV/AIDS donors are strengthening national health systems or weakening t
Substance abuse and addiction continue to fuel the spread of HIV/AIDS worldwide. To address this significant public health thr
This satellite will address global healthcare worker issues and how these issues are impacting the world's ability to fight the HIV
The Joint Learning Initiative on Children and HIV/AIDS (JLICA) is an independent, multi-disciplinary network of scholars, policy-
Se trata de un performance en donde 2 hombres homosexuales recitan y actuan una antologia de poemas del escritor poblano
The panel will consist of invited speakers from a variety of scientific journals focusing on the various forms of research on HIV/A
Stigma and discrimination are significant barriers to effective care, support and treatment for those living with HIV and AIDS. Re
Young people are one of the groups that is most affected by HIV and AIDS worldwide, with over 40% of all new HIV-infections
This session brings together researchers, HIV experts and community representatives from Eastern and Southern Africa to dis
Current donor funding trends appear to be undergoing a shift away from funding vertical, disease-based programmes towards m
Since the final preparation of National AIDS Control Programme- Phase III strategy document and the recent down-scaling of th
The goal of antiretroviral therapy is suppression of viral load to undetectable levels across all HIV-infected individuals. Given the
Southern Africa is the region most affected by HIV world-wide with HIV prevalence rates peaking between 10 and 40 % of the a
High resource/low HIV/AIDS prevalence country governments face similar challenges with respect to domestic responses to HI
Overview: An effective AIDS vaccine will be crucial for sustaining an effective response to HIV/AIDS and to meeting our univers
The UCLA Anderson School, in partnership with AMREF and with funding from Johnson & Johnson, has developed and offered
Inspiring story about a woman whose self-sacrificial courage motivates change and hope. In a nation plagued by the HIV/AIDS
Modern themed dances will tell stories, convey the realities of discrimination and abuse and the calls for action - not only to pre
Monólogo en cinco cuadros, cuya característica principal es sensibilizar a los jóvenes y población en general sobre el estigma
Presentations: Advances in ART, The Greater Involvment of HIV+ People in Healthcare, ART Scale up
This unique piece bases itself on the technique of improvisation. The theme of connection, memory and the curious flux of hum
Rosas de Acero. Para ser Travesti hay que tener Cojones”. Documental que se enfoca en una de las minorías sexuales más v
The purpose of the workshop is to present information about and create advocacy tools around the framing of HIV and AIDS, G
States are increasingly choosing to legislate, prosecute and convict PLWHIV who expose others to possible transmission of HI
¨Presentation of the educational social marketing campaign - Respect Yourself. Protect Yourself, designed to promote open, ho

Abstracts 11070 and 11121 should be merged into ONE presentation. The author (same on both) must be informed.Mark Nels
Session will open with chair 1 discussing new developments and needs in surveillance developments.The Chairs will introduce
Fabienne Hejoaka will introduce speakers and give a framwork of the session, she will introduce first 2 abstracts. (5 mins)Muts
NO SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRESENTERSTo request presenters from Global South to present for 7215 instead of tho
In this Non Abstract Driven Session (NADS) the assistant will participate in an interesting discussion with leaders from of non-g
This session will bring together a broad cross section of speakers from around the world, including sex worker HIV activists, hu
Circumcision is one of the most controversial preventive techniques currently discussed. This panel will discuss some of the so
The Caribbean countries have contained HIV prevalence to 1% (range <0.2% to >2%). However, rates are much higher (up to
International guidelines are being implemented in many countries, but experience to support scale-up for all women and childre
At our STI clinic in Lilongwe, Malawi we improved services by adding top-notch HTC counselors. In over a years time, clients’ a
Communicating with children about their illness, particularly with regards to difficult issues, such as their diagnosis, death and d
The workshop brings together those interested in addressing the needs of the nursing profession within HIV pandemic countrie
Want to learn how to keep TB/HIV in the news? Then, join us at this skills building workshop designed for CSO groups, media
A recent study from Professor Bernard Hirschel (HIV/AIDS unit Geneva University Hospital)involving couples with different sero
This is the time to challenge and change perceptions. WPF's Sexuality Education Programme for young people is the pioneer p
How can PLHIV lift themselves from poverty and live normal lives? It is one thing to improve the health and outlook for positive
Generally society believes all human beings are either male or female and hetrosexual. Those who are not are excluded, denie
How can you partner with religious and faith based groups in responses to HIV? How can you contribute to your religion's resp

In the context of HIV, palliative care seeks to address the needs of patients, families and carers through the provision of a com
This film talks about the hurdles which most of the male to female transgender people in developing countries have to face in th
Pantomime using the Indigenous Indian theatre form. It entails a group of mime actors with a musician and a commentator on t
This workshop give participants an introduction to and update on the search for new HIV prevention strategies that women cou
Presentación de estrategias de trabajo de educación para la prevención hechas a través de juegos tipo feria o de mesa. Los p
This presentation aims to draw on lessons learned from a youth-to-youth intervention for awaiting trial young prisoners in Johan
Mariko Passion is a performance artist | activist | educator | whore revolutionary. She sings and rhymes her experiences and re

After almost twenty years of woefully inadequate resources devoted to the global response to AIDS, the past five years have se
The Special Session invites AIDS Ambassadors from France, the Netherlands, Sweden, Norway, Australia, Spain and the US t
The literary response to the epidemic has been important in framing our understandings of what HIV means, and in bringing ke
Chairperson introductory overview = 5 mins (then intro speakers)4 Presenations = 10mins x 4Q&A (moderated by chair) = 10m

DVD based on an informal talking among 6 adolescents, who are living with HIV/AIDS and some that are not. Some topics are
The Meet the Plenary Speaker sessions bring the conference plenary speakers to the community and allow interaction and dial
Chair 1 will provide an update on the field (15 talk before poster discussion)
NO SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS
No special instructions for the chairs. To introduce the overall HIV epidemic on MSM in developing countries and emerging in d
Asia Russell will introduce critical issues of ARV policy and delivery as highlighted by these papers.Elizabeth Madraa will note t
Dawn Averitt-Bridge will give a brief opening and introduce speakers
Chairperson to give brief overview of issues and then introduce panel. Chairperson 5 mins, Presenters (5 mins x 6)=30minsQ &
Ida: frame the issues and introduce the panel: 5 min. Susan johnson (inv speaker): 10 min to provide key issues and challenge
No Introduction talk. 1 co-chair reviews in advance the sclides, 2 co-chair do timing
Los cuatro temas prioritarios desde la perspectiva de mujeres que viven con VIH, activistas y academicas en Mexico son: prev
La historia comienza cuando un típico barrio de la ciudad se ve alterado por la presencia de una persona en situación de calle
This session provides a space for open dialogue between civil society representatives on global governance bodies and their co
How can NGOs get Global Fund grants? How do country coordinating mechanisms (CCMs) work and what role do NGOs play
Discussion about the benefits and costs to community organizations and stakeholders in participating in international conferenc
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Co-Chair 1 introduces presenters, manages time and Q&A. Co-Chair 2 concluding remarks
Chair 1 should give 5 min introchair 2 5 min summary
NO SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONSIn the context implemention of several international initiatives, NGOs have become key players

Co-chair1 will introduce (5min). This session is about AIDS impact in the workplace and actions by employees and unions that


Responses to HIV have shifted away from the traditional isolationist models and now increasingly veer towards medical models
This session will review the current concepts on worldwide epidemiology, impact and treatment of Hepatitis B and C infections
The move towards Universal Access has highlighted a number of emerging issues related to food security and nutrition in resou
Deaf communities have been hit hard by HIV and AIDS. This workshop will be: led by experienced Deaf and hearing people; wi
AIDS vaccine research requires meaningful community participation and support. This intermediate-level workshop will focus o
Grappling with task shifting? Worried about the adherence and socio-economic impact of your ART programme? This session
El objetivo del taller es movilizar a los y las participantes estimulando su empoderamiento e involucramiento en los espacios de
O workshop tem como objetivo mostrar aos participantes a experiência brasileira no aperfeiçoamento do acesso ao diagnóstic
El objetivo de este taller es capacitar a los participantes con herramientas para crear seminarios de apoderamiento que fomen
La reducción de la transmisión vertical de VIH/SIDA y sífilis es un desafío global. El intercambio de experiencias es fundament
Los participantes de este taller aprenderán sobre los sub-grupos de hsh (hombres con hombres) en la región fronteriza de los
This highly technical workshop will explain and demonstrate to managers and practitioners how to apply the science proving tha
Show that includes interview footage with (adult) children of sex workers about their views on the discrimination faced by thems
This session will specifically look into the future of female controlled prevention methods after negative results of some recent t
During the first days of the conference the Panos Global AIDS Programme will host four in-country dialogues, bringing together
Tal Como Somos goes to the heart of what is like to be Latino and gay, bisexual, and transgender in the times of AIDS. This do
Presentación de los resultados del proyecto "De vihva voz" y su metodología, que incluye la presentación del video, su manual
Jóvenes con el objetivo de brindar información sobre VIH, sida y salud sexual a través del arte, de forma accesible priorizando
This workshop promises to deliver practical and hands-on learning on planning and implementing harm reduction approaches a
Esta sesión busca promover a partir del conocimiento de experiencias concretas y el debate de sus enfoques, resultados y apr
This educational workshop will facilitate a discussion on violence as a major risk factor for and a consequence of HIV AIDS. Th

Cochair to introduce the concept of citzenship and now it is applicable to HIV and AIDS, introduce the panel and topics (Richard

Overview presentation at beginning by Ralf olus his abstract, then 3 further abstracts. Co-chair 2 to take an active role in discus
1st chair should provide an overview of PMTCT and pediatric care and treatment measuring progress in low and medium incom
Co-Chair 1 introduces presenters, manages time and Q&A. Co-Chair 2 does concluding remarks.
The session will open with a brief (5 min) introduction of the importance of HIV/STD interactions by co-chair (P.Figueroa). The s
Bruno Ledergerber will give a 5 minute introductory talk to frame the situation of ART in difficult to reach populations.Diana Ros
Gender inequality is a key contributor in vulnerability to HIV infection and the social and economic consequences of HIV/AIDS.
In just a few years, the Global Fund has become a critical source of funding for lower and lower-middle income countries in the
The female condom is an effective HIV prevention tool that is available today; however, this method is not readily accessible th
Violence against women increases womens' risk for HIV infection. The workshop introduces The SASA! Activist Kit for Preven
The focus will be on achieving Universal Access in MENA. There is no single HIV epidemic in the region. Diversity of political co
Este taller realzará las estrategias implementadas para abordar la creciente epidemia de VIH/SIDA entre la comunidad Latina
Only recently has attention been paid to the intersection of conflict, sexual violence and HIV. With increased political instability i
This session seeks to highlight the obstacles, challenges and problems transgenders, transsexuals and transvestites have to o
This workshop will build the skills necessary to advocate for change on a community, national, regional, or international level. It
Presentación de la misión y visión de la Procuraduría de los Derechos Humanos en la defensa y promoción de derechos huma
Lectura de comedia popular, llena de información y juegos de palabras que llaman la atención del público. El tema del SIDA se
This new film documentary is about violence against LGBT communities. This film focuses on violence against these communi
Youth Closing Session to evaluate the participation of young people throughout the Conference. In the main area of the Global
Workshop about the developed training materials for Religious Leaders on how they can disclose their status to their family me
Performance de tres actos. Combina danza contemporánea, teatro corporal, objeto y realidad, yoga, poesía y video. Acto I: “In
This satellite session will provide a participative gender analysis of HIV TV spots produced in Latin America and the Caribbean.
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This satellite discusses church-based responses to HIV working with marginalised groups to overcome stigma and discriminati
Spain is increasing its international funds for development. As the rest of the international community, Spain needs to enhance
Botswana, a country of nearly 1, 800, 000 inhabitants has experienced one of the most severe HIV and AIDS epidemics, with
The increased access to ARVs that is slowly becoming a reality worldwide re-emphasizes the need to comprehensively addres
The roll out of expanded HIV Testing and Counselling (HTC) in a variety of health care services in resource limited settings ha
A growing movement of HIV programs are finding innovative ways to work with men and boys by encouraging a reflective proce
3. Short description of the session. What will this session be about? What is the target of this session?(max 300 words) Coun
First identified in 1981 in the United States, AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) very quickly reached pandemic prop
The scientific and economic evidence for the value of investment in early childhood is very strong. A dollar invested in early int
Mexico's drug policy has clearly focused on the fight against drug trafficking and violence with little or no regard to other aspect
Prevention is the mainstay of the response to AIDS. Correct and consistent condom use is a critical element in a comprehensiv
The sesion will be divided in to three parts 1. Presentation of the study outcomes 2. Discusión on the outcomes with the partic
The session will share the experiences of implementers and researchers of using and generating evidence to improve treatmen
Workplaces are key entry points to inform, prevent, non-discriminate and provide universal access to HIV/AIDS treatment. In
Nigeria ranks 2nd among the countries with a high HIV/AIDS burden. However, with high political will, a multisectoral approach
Dramatización sobre prevención con títeres mientras se realizan actividades como danzas y bailes con marimbas y se demues
Presentación del espectáculo de teatro-cabaret por la compañía Las Reinas Chulas titulado "La Banda de las Recodas". Espec
Our objectives are to provide a platform for children and adolescents to communicate their perspectives on HIV and the educat
Presentations: HIV and TB, Prevention Strategies, Crminalization, Women and Girls
 f pregnant women receive services to prevent mother-to-child transmission of HIV. Similarly, only 1 in 10 children in need of ART receives it,
s may be attributable to unsafe health care injections, including unsafe blood and occupational exposures. This global estimate varies accord
 aining of health professionals, the establishment of technical resource networks, and the adaptation and promotion of tools and guidelines a
 esearch staff and researchers who deal with the "people" side of the HIV, such as behavioral and social scientists and clinical researchers
 d to present some examples of innovative work with marginalised populations.
  and share with other international women’s, youth and Human Rights networks, such as: “Women Won’t Wait–End HIV & Violence Against
   field; 2) Outline important new HIV vaccine R&D initiatives in the wake of recent research results; 3) Promote collective efforts in the HIV v
 ty to increase the relevance, cost-effectiveness and impact of programmes and policies on both SRH and HIV outcomes. Linked programme
 laria, this satellite session will explore the new interventions undertaken by private sector actors, which are now making a material contributi
 nalysis and Advocacy Project implemented in Bangladesh, China, Thailand and Vietnam. The project has brought together modelers, epidem
ent a soccer-based approach to youth HIV prevention across Africa. With the first ever Africa-based FIFA World Cup fast approaching, publi
ence base. What progress has been made in the last two years in furthering our understanding of the interactions between HIV, food and live
able). Provide an overview of recent drug therapy data, with a focus on new agents. Synthesize recommendations for clinical practice based
gnificant stakeholders in efforts to contain HIV/AIDS in Sub-Saharan Africa. International organizations have sought to join with these stakeh
ction with regards to addressing the HIV and AIDS epidemic for African and Black populations in the DiasporaObjective 2- To provide a brief
 a devastating shortage. This serious shortage across the world is recognized as one of the critical bottlenecks to reaching international hea
   it works in six of the high prevalent states, serving over 210,000 female sex workers, 60,000 men who have sex with men, and nearly 20,00
 n policy. The U.S. government has taken a leadership role under both Republican and Democratic administrations, committing vast financia
t and implementation of a set of simplified and operationalized tools for delivering HIV-prevention, care and treatment services in resource co
  formed to address HIV / AIDS, with a focus on the nations of Latin America and the Caribbean; to highlight the crucial role that the private se

 IDS epidemic. We do this by rating and comparing the degree to which public, private and civil society actors are fulfilling the formal agreem
ng people. Young people between the ages of 15 and 24 now account for 50% of all new HIV infections. Young people can be found in virtua
ular culture, media and youth-led programming for HIV prevention, drawing &#8232;on Y-PEER’s expanded innovative partnerships with a nu
 sco AIDS Foundation, Pangaea Global AIDS Foundation, Soul City: Institute for Health and Development Communication; and African Popu
nd realities of grassroots women leading development initiatives in their poor urban and rural communities. In taking the time to build and exp
HIV/AIDS policy development and implementation. Research has shown that Housing is an essential structural intervention that improves h
etween conflict, HIV and the abuse of HIV positive women's rights. Successful models and field strategies from Latin America, Africa and els
 revent transmission of HIV through blood products and mother to child transmission. It is with urgency that we talk, that we analyze and stud
 o describe regional and country level issues relating to the provision of HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment to female injection drug use
ug treatment should be tailored to individual circumstances, although cost and availability may not always allow this possibility. A substantial a
mphasize the importance of approaches that integrate SRH, HIV and AIDS and other key services such as child health and TB treatment, sca
 rolling the HIV epidemic and reaching those most in need. It is therefore important to first know your epidemic, that is, to understand the cur
   This will include biological transmission, social stigma, and methods and interventions with the goal being to enhance the lives of women w
  threat of violence is one manifestation of gender inequality that can also carry with it the threat of HIV; a number of studies show that the risk
 ardized patients known as Expert Patient Trainers (EPTs). Most EPTs have also been TB patients and are familiar in TB-HIV care. Besides
 y and representation of communities on national and international policy forums.        For over a decade civil society has had a ‘place at the ta
 ust dramatically increase from the current levels just under US$10 billion in 2007 up to US$ 42.2 billion and continue to rise to US$54 billion b
  e universal access to HIV & AIDS-related prevention, treatment,care and support services, by 2010. Among other issues, the presentatio
 ports young people to engage in the global challenge of tackling HIV. It focuses on prevention. With beats and an HIV Drill dance the particip
pportunity to express themselves on various issues, from HIV/AIDS to homophobia and violence, a wide array of themes are passionately dis

 enas de jovenes encontraron como necesidades para el combate a la epidemia del SIDA en Mexico. Los jovenes gays representan el grupo
 Global Fund to fight AIDS, TB and Malaria. In order to get feedback from civil society organizations about what needs to be done at the Boar

bout how to have sex and stay healthy (much less enjoy yourself or give pleasure to others) are largely missing from health resources and H
 responses must invest in changing social, cultural and economic factors that put women and girls at risk. While governments can be held ac
mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) of HIV programmes in line with the targets set by UNGASS and the Universal Access Declaration of C
al governments and city networks in order to strengthen the capacity of local authorities and local community health care stakeholders to res
ensively documented, the direct and indirect economic impacts of the epidemic remain much less well defined. The studies that have been c
itiative and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS; Tuberculosis and Malaria aims to educate about opportunities for funding, through the Global Fun
 IV prevention, treatment, care and support in the three countries. Commitment of the respective Government, decentralised response and s
Medicine in February 2008 under the title "HIV-positive individuals without additional sexually transmitted diseases (STD) and on effective an
olitical and budgetary implications of the HIV and AIDS pandemic in Africa. In the first session Josina Machel will explore the consequences o
 every day. There are nearly 700,000 HIV positive TB patients globally and most have not yet received HIV treatment and care. TB is the lead
h and development, particularly in the developing world, faces many challenges, each of which can delay the development and introduction o
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start when initiating HAART
Discuss recent studies evaluating efficacy and tolerability of key ARV agents will also be discussed.
Review ke
he HIV vaccine field continues to take steps to encourage diversity of thought and experience within its ranks of investigators and encourage
 P) and the North Star Foundation (NSF) co-organized the Regional Workshop on HIV in the Road Transport Sector for Southern Africa in Pi
hose who urgently need HIV treatment have made significant progress in recent years. For a growing number of people with access to anti-re
 en 's property rights in the context of HIV and AIDS.- Assess the progess and challenges to move onBackground: Official foreign investmen
 of a comprehensive AIDS response that includes prevention, treatment and support. Integrating and sustaining our commitment and energy
 AIDS (PLHA). HIV prevention was peculiar to HIV negatives to keep them negative. The central role of PLHA was largely ignored. Positive p
 demic. During the last four years, there has been important progress on the scale up of Prevention, Social Communication Policy, VCT, PMT
 and its impact particularly ART expansion in Thailand have been recognized as ones of the good practices and clearly response to Universa
Foundation, making recommendations to improve the design, monitoring, and analysis of late-stage nonvaccine biomedical HIV prevention tr
H) are not prime beneficiaries of micro-credit. Micro credit institutions are reluctant to give loans to PLWH. The risk of non-payment of loans t
 a realistic and achieveable path to Universal Access to Treatment -- examining the goal of 10 Milion on treatment by 2013. Barriers will be di
promising approaches to reduce HIV-1 transmission through breastfeeding are antiretroviral post-exposure prophylaxis of infants (PEPI) and
ution towards affordability and access to quality ARVs, playing a savior globally for PLWHAs. PHO championing the cause of ‘Increasing Acc
 oemas del escritor poblano Francisco Javier Trejo llamada El insructivo de las Obsesiones (2006) en donde los temas fundamentales son la
 cess to ARTs, the shifting architecture in funding for HIV/AIDS, the current policy environment and new initiatives.
 ipated in cutting-edge qualitative/ethnographic research. The script was prepared through collaboration between selected researchers and th
 otorcycle towards a village with high HIV prevalence in Central China to see children impacted by AIDS and their poor home and poor living c
-conference, PWHA, MSM, Migrants, Youth pre-conferences. The goal is to give an overview to sex worker delegates about the issues affec
smitted daily especially in developing countries, like Nigeria, where such cases of lack of early HIV/AIDS education, poverty, neglect, myths, c
enges in the HIV and AIDS harm reduction movement. It will promote a more dynamic role for people who use drugs to lead and inform the h
  in all settings, he will also note the cohort collaboration generating good data in several regions.Kholous Porter will emphasize these points.



 tion issues in a global context.Each Presenter will present their data ans findings for 10 min followed by a 5 minutes question period facilitate
 peakers and give short concluding remarks
 cal trials that were completed in 2007 and 2008. These results have necessitated reflection and a reprioritization in the field of HIV vaccine a
 IDS Community are doing on the ground to monitor and hold their governments accountable for scaling up delivery of treatment and prevent
me religious organizations have been very active in providing care and support for people with HIV/AIDS, they have also blocked measures t
view of the research candidate, against the back-drop of a year of disappointing and failed results from a number of vaccine and microbicide
 nearly 90% of children infected with HIV are located in this region. More than 76% of global deaths due to AIDS-related illnesses in 2007 occ
 st people vulnerable to HIV/AIDS. Training will be provided on how to set up legal support, a crisis telephone contact system, and appropria
  al trabajo educativo con las poblaciones HSH (gay, trans, travesti) y TSM (trabajadoras sexuales femeninas) en los temas de sexualidad, IT
n a friend comes out or reveals his/her HIV status, this workshops will create a friendly space for people who want to challenge discrimination
e organizations, people living with HIV and AIDS and vulnerable populations who were trained as paralegals by the presenter, ALTERLAW, t
working on HIV/AIDS continue to struggle to access funds despite the feminization of the pandemic. This workshop will provide a space for c
how can participants get the most out of it? This workshop will give delegates a clear understanding of the different types of sessions, share
d ones. It is applicable at individual, family and community levels to avoid stress, trauma and the multiple affects it has on the lives of clients
 ision makers and speak to media on issues relevant to young people. It will also address how to deliver advocacy messages at the conferen
 rimination reporting and redress system including: data collection tools and methods, data sharing, forms of redress, coalition building to inc
 e capacitación con puntaje para la carrera docente, otorgado por dos Ministerios de Educación de Argentina, con más de doscientos egresa
a través del Centro de Investigación y Estudios sobre la Juventud, que en esta ocasión esta dedicada a la temática "Los Jóvenes y el VIH/SI
  people and teachers in Malawi, Africa.<br>This forum will give us an opportunity to see, play and experience the benefits this game can hav
ben Tambone). El Ángel portador convoca al reino de los cielos a la asamblea divina para alegar en contra de la tarea que le ha sido asigna
pop singer George Nosuka, Haitian youth filmmakers, and former working children. Learn about the history of Haiti and the impacts of harmf
discuss priority issues for operations research, with a particular focus on operations research as it relates to the public health approach to AR
 iating antiretroviral therapy and managing antiretroviral failure. The initial therapy cases will discuss when to start therapy, and will examine t
 d allow interaction and dialogue. The main topic for Monday’s plenary is the ‘State of the Epidemic’ which features discussions on global epid
  Presenters will speak for 5 mins each


 nce mechanisms and possible therapies
 s of human rights international standards. The objective of the workshop is to prevent actions and conducts that discriminate and stigmatize

 Q&A. This session explores new ideas and methods for social research into sexuality and HIV/AIDS.



aining time for Q&A, co-chair to speak more if 2nd back-up needed
sexual experience? Have I ever been raped? Have I ever raped? Who do I teach about sex? Am I a good teacher? What are my personal ru
our guidelines. This is our gift to the Conference Community.<br><br>Presenter: Nevárez, Enrique <br>Mexico
y can be undertaken to promote linkages between HIV/AIDS and abortion-related care so that women living with HIV can terminate unwanted
sion-makers to collect opinions and attitudes on the role of maternal health within young peoples lives. It will follow a participatory action-base
 l's HIV/AIDS issues will be presented by the Coalition for a Blueprint for Action on Women and Girls and HIV/AIDS, and the Southern Africa

on covers tracks A and B.
n including HIV medical care providers, HCV medical care providers, mental health services providers, substance use counselors, treatment

 give the concluding remarks
 rovide the overview of issues in positive prevention.3. D. Williams will introduce speakers facilitate the questions periods and provide closing
 ith a reflection on new trends in HIV prevention and their implications on the comprehensiveness in the response to HIV, and will consider ke
 pproaches to reproductive health, integrating interdisciplinary approaches to sexuality, fertility and pleasure.
  thin 5-30mins. Charter leadership response to funding within 50 mins.Abs 8936 & 9589 request presenter from Global South rather than the
 ed rapidly in the last 5 years. It has been possible due to the dramatic increase of funds available to programme implementers. This increas
  use of animal models to understand HIV.
ologies (ICTs) have opened up unprecedented opportunities for learning, information sharing, and mass mobilization. Until recently, vast fina
   Placing children meaningfully on the treatment agenda remains paramount. “Support a Child’s Right – Add another Smile to the Community
 roduce the context and settings and explore and discuss the meaning of HIV/AIDS. Case examples will be utilized in order to facilitate dialo
  questions about condoms, sexuality and religion. Participants will gain the skills necessary to counter anti-condom messaging and advocate
 sic elements for promoting the reduction of risk factors and development of factors for protection among the sexual diversity key populations
  and evaluate advocacy? Much of M&E— a vital component in planning and implementation of policy, programs and services, and ensuring o
 The workshop will include three components: 1) Knowing your epidemic (Why is epidemiology important for strategic planning?), 2) Knowing
 ter the development of peer groups for HIV positive women. Throughout the workshop, participants will expand their networks by exchangin
 services in resource limited countries with high HIV/AIDS prevalence to enable them to culturally adapt and implement a version of Healthy R
w it works, and how to best respond when you receive the dreaded media call. This workshop will give you all the skills to be effective in your
  implementación de estrategias, además da respuesta a la población en entrevistas en la calle. "Nunca es bastante" narra la historia de tres
 ding and the response to HIV/AIDS and TB/HIV; strategic advocacy targets and entry points; the roles of key players and institutions that mu
 rales, institutos, escuelas y penales. Intercambio de experiencia metodologías y dinámicas con otros grupos de jóvenes. Tiempo para debat
ngthen the fight against discrimination of sex workers and to promote safer sex and human rights messages. Under the slogan “Fashion for c
ut need to be at the center of the attention of policy makers and public health professionals.<br><br>Open Society Justice Initiative<br>Unite
 poverty, gender, violence and globalization. Powerful testimonies from women and pasionate points of view from GO and NGO activiests are
 esponsibility of the community in providing care and support to vulnerable children. A video will then be shown detailing RENSIDA’s efforts t

g speakers and timing, overviews of the presentations.

 issues to complement the abstracts in this session.Stephanie Raper is 17 years old. She was born with HIV and is a young leader.
 , especially the energy, innovation and the passion of China youth who are playing a meaningful role in the area of HIV/AIDS. They will perfo
e HIV/AIDS epidemic by 2010, as well as to report on their progress every two years. Following the High Level Review Meeting this June, thi
e concluding remarks and thank you. Each presenter gets 12 minutes, concluding remarks 10 minutes, thank you 2 minutes

ch issues such as rampant stigma and discrimination as well as sex work and IDU in the context of criminalization of risk behaviors. Political
  the links between international population movement and the global HIV/AIDS epidemic. The session will address the challenges created by
 kills to enable individuals to reduce their risk in the face of the epidemic. It is also a powerful tool for reducing girls' vulnerability among other
 ems, including significant strengthening of human resources for health, the world will fail to meet the Millennium Development Goals for heal
 to identificados como gay, HSH no auto identificados como gay y travestís) se hagan la prueba de VIH.<br><br>Vía Libre<br>Perú
on Exchange (CATIE) partnered with the Regional Psychosocial Support Initiative (REPSSI) to support HIV positive women in Canada and A
 l guión sigue la cronología de los hechos reales y se plantea desde un personaje que representa a los miles de pacientes que viven con VIH
  workers live and work in and how these impact on our ability to prevent HIV. It encourages sex workers and non sex workers alike to analyz
h whom they work. Teaching young people life skills such as negotiation, resisting negative peer pressure, decision making and goal setting.
condón desde el lenguaje de la moda, como una manifestación de las culturas urbanas y el ejercicio de las libertades de los ciudadanos, la
 d methodological issues of intervention among the uniformed services. The ‘National security perspective’ will be contrasted with ‘Human Se
NOE diversos cuentos de escritores latinoamericanos como de: Mario Benedetti (Uruguay), Elsa I. Bornemann (Argentina), Miguel F. Caro (C
 -economic research programs sponsored by ANRS in the last 4 years. These findings are gathered in a new book “The Political Economy of
 e microbes (often called "co-pathogens") enter into complex interactions with HIV being both affected by these microbes and affect it by sen
ht the progress made in the Latin America and Caribbean region with respect to HIV/AIDS, with a focus on gender and sexual minorities, and
s have been made, there are still persisting as well as emerging challenges that must be addressed.aids2031 is a consortium of partners who
PreP and second generation microbicides), progress and failures in the field and prospects for future. - Identify issues regarding clinical trial d
ng food and nutritional support into anti-retroviral treatment programmes as well as the issues and challenges being faced on the ground in d
d sectors, to address the intersection between gender and AIDS and explore experiences in advancing gender equality and empowering wom
 ven interventions exist to prevent the spread of HIV and to reduce its negative impacts. In 2007, children under 15 accounted for 17% (420,0
 00, providing over $1.5 billion in resources directed towards HIV interventions for over 33 countries and 5 sub-regions by 2008. In 2006, rec
cial and cultural issues among transgender people. HIV and AIDS rates continue to escalate particularly in the Male to Female (MtF) Transg

 UNAIDS training tool kit on HIV and AIDS. An important component in WAGGGS' continuing work in the fight against AIDS, the kit is packed
 ealth programmes is now prompting health systems to actively adopt measures that can help integrate and maximize the impact of Global H
 technologies of assured quality that are appropriate for use in resource limited countries. The programme comprises: an application and a p
emselves throughout the life cycle and as life situations change. Using an interactive “talk show” format, this session will bring together dyna
evention programmes look like? Who has achieved universal access to prevention? How do we get people in the streets demanding their p
nd gender sensitive sexuality education. Furthermore, they should have access to sexual and reproductive health services that take their que
thousands die as a result of AIDS. In addition, millions more children who are not infected with HIV are indirectly affected by the epidemic, as
d AIDS a national disaster. This elevated HIV and AIDS into an emergency befitting responses of the magnitude similar if not more to those a
e clinical application of new antiretroviral drug classes (CCR5 Antagonists, Integrace Inhibitors). The program will be chaired by Dr. Pedro C
moldear la percepción que se tiene de este tipo de eventos de "serias, científicas y para gente aburrida" a "plurales, atractivas y para gente j
enior adviser to the Australian health minister in the 1980s, Bowtell was an architect of Australia' successful and well-regarded response to H
policy has been plagued with ideological messaging and undertones that have undermined the effectiveness of U.S. funding and hampered e
es of the universal access to prevention, treatment, care and support within the fight against HIV / AIDS. The model of Burkina-Faso is base
 s toward more effective large -scale testing efforts.The majority of the people in the world do not know their status and there is no way to ach
mployees living with HIV/AIDS, stregthening business collaboration at national level, contribution to a favourable framework to the AIDS fight
  Middle East and North Africa (MENA), coupled with policy and programmatic recommendations ensuing from a recent comprehensive revie
 ld on the story of Ophelia Haanyama Orum and how it is to live with HIV. Ophelia will focus on how she lives a "normal" life, despite her illne
 s across faith groups, government and business, in responding to HIV. The session will present learning from such collaborations at the loca
undation, will review the findings of a new Zero Tolerance case study report on efforts to scale up comprehensive national systems to preven
 om diverse geographic settings, including Indonesia, Brazil, Mauritius, and Russia, will share successes and challenges from their work and
on Exchange (CATIE) partnered with the Regional Psychosocial Support Initiative (REPSSI) to support HIV positive women in Canada and A

o dragas a formato de presentación de show que resulta más significativo para la población trasngénero. Se adaptan canciones populares d
su vida en los que fueron discriminados debido a su orientación sexual, a su condición seropositiva, a sus prácticas y gustos asociados al V
ginal and Torres Strait Islander Network. This performance will include traditional markings and dress for the performers to explain the place
participants explore and reflect on their own values, beliefs and attitude that revolve around sexuality, HIV and AIDs. The audience will be all
s de género, diversidad sexo-genérica y derechos humanos. Se abordan definiciones de bisexualidad, prejuicios y estigma en torno a la bis
and politically mirroring the implemented policies, civil society has made great efforts to share the knowledge that it produces and, to that end
crimination in their everyday lives. This workshop helps to foster an understanding of the possible personal consequences of belonging to ce
stigma and MSM in an African context. Facilitators from Senegal and Zambia have developed tools which will be shared, tested and adapted
 ants et a permis de cultiver une expertise dans la prise en charge globale du VIH/SIDA au Mali. Le programme d’éducation thérapeutique de

that can be used at population level from population surveys to using surrogates or markers

 mes of randomized controlled trials of newer ARVs
 S epidemic, there is a growing body of research that provides evidence of programs and interventions that are the most effective in preventin
 sistance area. It is assumed participants are familiar with the basic principles and state of the art mechanisms of resistance and HIV variabili
positive living, SRH, HHRR, prevention of new infections, epidemiology and treatment’s role in prevention. The session will give a “framework
nd afro descendants confronting the HIV/AIDS epidemic. Recognized leaders from these populations will share their perspectives confrontin
 t one in three women will suffer abuse in her lifetime. Violence against women is both a cause and consequence of HIV and AIDS: A cause
 es together with the creation of enabling social and policy environments leading to creation of a comprehensive and sustainable mechanism
 and national funding agencies to achieve the development of effective and efficient programmes. Some of the current lack of emphasis on
 teracy education. The workshop aims to show participants how public health education can be facilitated using audio visual material by show
aid to human rights. This workshop will provide participants with the tools necessary to become effective advocates for human rights approac
 Hospital Cantonal Universitario de Ginebra), en el que se estudió a parejas con diferente estatus serológico con prácticas sexuales regulare
women to HIV. It will also take participants through a process of conducting a gender analysis of the issues leading to increased vulnerability
   In just 90 minutes, learn simple ways of making your meetings effective and productive.


 h to engage in AIDS awareness activities through visual media. Discussions will focus on how various myths and misconceptions that are re
d English) and break-dancing. Kormix- Korsang’s art, dance and music programming inspires young people at risk to explore art, dance and
 generación de chicos nacidos con VIH. Desde pequeño lleva en su cuerpo un virus que para la sociedad afecta únicamente al mundo de lo
entes afectados por el VIH . Una herramienta clave para la incidencia pública y política. Ambos aspectos nos dan cuenta del rol clave de la c
 en relación a los derechos humanos, vulnerabilidad del trabajo sexual ante el VIH, pruebas obligatorias, criminalización del trabajo sexual y
 our way out of the HIV pandemic. The Lancet series consists of six reviews on the challenges of current and future needs for global HIV prev
ntly playing a leading role in policy change on HIV-related travel restrictions. The session will provide a platform for sharing the work of the UN
presentatives from HIV/AIDS leadership, international granting organizations and targeted global leaders, to dialogue on the accountability m
 ies--WHO, UNAIDS, the Global Fund, the World Bank, PEPFAR, UK Government, Ethiopia, Botswana and the Netherlands--as well as lead
 d allow interaction and dialogue. The main topics for Tuesday's plenary are “Prevention of the sexual transmission of HIV-1” and “Substance
he progress made as identified in the abstracts presentedBoth co-chairs will introduce speakers.

munities. If some abs are not able to present, the chair will have more time.
ddressed in each poster discussion. Thez shoudl lead the discussion, moderate Q&A, provide their own perspective to the discussion, they s

he Q and A session.Both co-chairs will give a final sum up
successes in the development and evaluation of HIV interventions among marginalized populations in international


sentations highlighting dilemmas and challenges relating to reproduction.
y un equipo que representó parte de su rutina y experiencias diarias en el cuidado de personas viviendo con VIH/SIDA, pero no se trata de u
ng with HIV and AIDS. Religion has an essential role to play in work to halt the global HIV pandemic. Spiritual faith can be a force for hope an
 men who share a gender equity agenda in the context of HIV and AIDS. It will bring together men and women recognized for their pioneerin
ercive sterilization of HIV-positive women in Chile and denial of reproductive health care services to HIV-positive women in Kenya; to discus
 ding remarks 5 minutes.

allenge everywhere.Carolyn Williams will note how cohorts and trials are reporting retention rates and some surprising ways to improve this
main issues of discussion and give their concluding remarks.
hair 2 should make concluding remarks. To request abs 12391 & 14396 to have presenter from global south, not as currently nominated
nd treatment according to socio-economic variables
n migrants to the US.
                                                                        

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able groups to HIV, representing half of all new infections each year.
 any efforts of varying success have engaged youth in developing polic
UNAIDS released their Guidance on provider-initiated opt-out testing in health-care settings and the UNAIDS Reference Group on HIV and H
s for injecting drug users and to highlight key infectious diseases affecting injecting drug users and define implications for the HIV/AIDS respo
 Caribbean, with particular focus on cross-cultural, trans-national, multidisciplinary research. Participants will: receive an inventory of ongoing
nder qué habilidades debe tener una persona que trabaje con adolescents y jóvenes en la prevención del VIH/SIDA; para comprender cómo
 m clinicians and health care providers regarding the diagnosis and treatment of neurologic and neurocognitive disorders associated with HIV
a y procreación. Se utilizarán diversos métodos: exposición, técnicas de discusión en grupo, dramatización y participación activa de los/as pa
 t to those living with HIV/AIDS in resource limited countries. In addition to care, the presence of community health workers supports peer-po
á construir y desarrollar habilidades comunicacionales adecuadas y cónsonas a su status personal y las relaciones cotidianas que se estable
 articipants will learn to be reflective about their own assumptions and beliefs, apply models of interaction that facilitate good communication
  sonas ciegas y débiles visuales, con la finalidad de replicar estrategias y disminuir la transmisión de VIH/SIDA en esta población. Se brinda
e and solve problems that occur in its implementation, as well as, try to develop step-by-step guidelines in ensuring medical professionals se
Leadership. Y-PEER in partnership with UN agency developed a standard of Peer education. Now after several years of experience, Y-PEER
 g the work process of the supply chain optimization and maximizing the financial resources owned that will reflect positively in the treatment
antantes, músicos y actores. Nuestra presentación consiste en el estreno de varias operas que, en un formato miniatura, condensan momen
 rtner from each family has migrated. One character shows how to face sexual life challenges successfully when the spouse has migrated fo
 is stigma that prevents people from openly discussing the facts around HIV, and keeps them from participating in prevention or treatment pr
o develop and participate in approaches that are necessary and lifesaving for young people at risk of HIV through injection drug use and/or s
grant populations in California. It combines brief dramatizations (telenovela style) with interviews of infected and affected individuals. The vid
 e GFATM and other CCM stakeholders, will provide a forum for discussion, collaboration, and ideas sharing for scaling up civil society partic
  long corridors in Africa like Northern corridor passing through Kenya, Uganda, Burundi. It shows how the ITF affiliates are fighting back with
 ed to queer African and Black communities and individuals living in the Diaspora. To develop a set of recommendations for action to be brou
 nd HIV (10 min) + 4 abs (15) and disc (15)
 with men in lower and middle income countries, as well as on innovative strategies to enhance such access.

Carlos Magis will add to the importance of this for the Latin America and Caribbean region, he will also welcome participants (in Spanish)The
  pressure to achieve HIV results is mounting. Learn how to use the principles of results based HIV programming and how to measure HIV r
 e? Framed by the Code of Good Practice for NGOs Responding to HIV/AIDS, this workshop will provide an interactive platform for highlighti
 nd how to programme prevention initiatives aimed at people living with HIV. This interactive workshop will explore current positive prevention
ession which will have different stakeholders represented. Latin America aims at having a comprehensive regional AIDS conference (all disc
nterventions and there is still widespread uncertainty about how to select and combine interventions in different social and epidemiological se
hts-based approach on a personal, programmatic, monitoring and action level addressing: 1) What is the foundation (value-added) for a right
en desde la escuela, uno gay y otro heterosexual que se enfrentaran a sus miedos, temores y prejuicios por conservar su amistad, sobre tod


 Q&A Closing remarks by co-chair = 5minsDevelop summary of outcomes and way forward
strategies for action
 ansexualidad. Cada uno tiene su camino para llegar a la felicidad, pero los 4 cuestionan las convenciones sociales. El documental pretende
 gobernabilidad y futuro de las Redes de la Región LAC" sobre los asuntos necesarios para abordar los retos incluyendo el Acceso Universa
 ducation and uniting youth can all be a tool to upscale action to push back HIV and AIDS. The videos will show the concept of the project, ac
 lions of vaccine dollars be reallocated to prevention, testing and treatment efforts worldwide? Is it responsible to continue to fund futile effort
  HIV+) depicting their life, joy, pains, peer education and outreach experiences, care and support for PLWHA.<br><br>Trans China (Alliance
 cribe the problems created by the 'anti-prostitution pledge' required to receive USAID and PEPFAR funds. This would be a screening, an up
x Workers respond to 100% Condom Use Program and compulsory testing, by APNSW. This film brings the voices of sex workers from acro
o look at the socio-economic dimensions of AIDS in the Asia region, assess the dynamics of the epidemics and provide recommendations fo
 ation for an international health initiative dedicated to a single dissease. Through the Emergency Plan, the U.S. Government has committed

sk for HIV/AIDS. Cultural and societal expectations create an environment where risk is acceptable and even encouraged for ‘real’ men’ (Ma
ade, from US$ 300 million in 1996 to US$ 8.9 billion in 2006, has necessitated a focus on whether these resources are actually being used e
ness in improving students&#8217; knowledge, skills and behavioural intentions and can delay the initiation of sex, decrease the number of
are with sexual and reproductive health (SRH) at the policy, systems and services levels. Investing in linking sexual and reproductive health
care efforts because it is presumed that they are not sexually active and at no risk of infection. The truth is that the chance of men and wome
uld Care&#8221;. The session will be chaired by Congresswomen Barbara Lee and Paul Kawata (National Minority AIDS Council). It will he
e because of AIDS, the majority of the cases due to inadequate access to HIV prevention and treatment services. AIDS undermines all huma
e impact of the AIDS pandemic. Women’s vulnerability to HIV/AIDS is increased by their unequal legal, economic and social status. Gender
 IS study of darunavir in treatment-naïve, the Phase III DUET studies of etravirine in treatment-experienced and the Phase II C204 study of T
  presented and deliberated at a 2-day symposium: Children and HIV/AIDS Action Now, Action How. This symposium takes place on August
 logy, behavior, and social structure, interesting questions have been raised about gathering and interpreting evidence to know what really wo
e the relationship between civil society, government, and international and multilateral agencies involved in the national and international resp
  health. Yet these laws and policies have a negative impact on accessing and uptake of sexual and reproductive health services and promoti
ccess to prevention, treatment, care and support services. Panelists from civil society and government will explore current responses to the
 NGASS Reporting process OBJECTIVES: To share lessons learned through the UNGASS reporting process in strengthening an evidence-
 e session discusses innovative financing initiatives and their potential for global health financing. The event will feature a key note speech by
acionadas con el VIH/SIDA desplegadas por personajes atractivos y entrañables.<br><br>COMPAÑIA CULTURAL EXPERIMENTOS POR L
  th a focus on HIV prevention among prisoners in India. It was initiated in the year 2005 at two prison sites in India, namely Tihar Prisons, Ne
ges and metabolic complications in general and HIV population, clinical management of metabolic complications and treatment options and
  revention and treatment, is rooted in weak procurement and supply management (PSM) capacity. A well known maxim, originally coined by
menters to effectively coordinate and integrate HIV programming with other global health, development and worldwide humanitarian relief act
 ciones Nacionales de Enlace y Redes Comunitarias Regionales vienen trabajando en aumentar el acceso a la información de las organizaci
 ring the protection of people infected or affected by HIV and realising access to appropriate treatment, care and support services. Recogni
 s for employment is a growing phenomenon and an increasingly important aspect of global and national economies. Almost half of all interna
h facilities, with a resultant decline in quality of services. In some health facilities, almost 10% of clients on ARV treatment as classified as los
way to improve it.- Exchange information on the Global Fund.
 is stigma that prevents people from openly discussing the facts around HIV, and keeps them from participating in prevention or treatment pr

 media popular, llena de informaciones y juegos de palabras que llaman la atención del público. El tema SIDA es trabajado con sutileza para
men who are likely to have unprotected sex with HIV+ partners because they are poor and live where HIV prevalence is high. It also shows ho
 orld Health Day, 7 April 2007, training material on how to run advocacy projects at different levels and with different target audiences. Discus
 n experiences and lessons learned from these globally coordinated efforts, as well as plans and strategies for the future. It will especially hig
 ne of the ways to provide quality care to people living with HIV. The importance and advantage of adequate home-based care cannot be ov

 s. 10 min talks + 5 Q&A. Concluding remarks

 ren infected and-or affected by hiv-aids has been neglected in care programs. This session focuses on measurement of psychosocial condi
 troversies around cardiovascular, hepatic and renal toxicity
he most crucial unexamined issues remain in the social context of reproduction. Researchers and grassroots organizers have been calling a
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 d groups – sex workers, men who have sex with men and drug users.<br><br> 
arge global and national infrastructures to respond to AIDS
ate responses. Especially in a context of stigma and discrimination however, particularly in regard to socially excluded groups, the shift in un
  The session will provide unprecedented opportunity for dialogue and interaction among political and community leaders, scientists and othe
reduce the number of children made vulnerable to HIV/AIDS. However, because of their low literacy skills and the social isolation and discrim
 ation in the context of the HIV/AIDS clinic, using real examples and commentaries. It will highlight the special challenges of working with inte
 ue. Dans beaucoup des pays, il y a de plus en plus une reconnaissance de l’importance d’impliquer les MSM dans les stratégies de prise en
ves and how these interplay with HIV/ AIDS, adopting intersectional approachs in programs and policy advocacy. It will also explore how und
 sign and delivery of comprehensive harm reduction programs. This dynamic session will provide participants with strategies and tools to effe
 on are no different...or are they? This workshop provides the opportunity to learn more about those who migrate to the border region with gr
gramming required at the initial stage of setting up the harm reduction services for male drug users. Engaging with networks of women living
ng antiretroviral price negotiations in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC). This methodology has been developed, tested and validated b
SAfAIDS’ hosted “Engaging communities in dialogue to address the linkages between culture, GBV HIV and AIDS.”
offering the experience of project participants and the service providers and institutions they have worked with. Vida Digna has successfully d

ussant summary at end.
nd AIDS issues. It can be set up as a provocative art display or a thought-provoking and educational sexual health discussion tool for promot
We used hidden camera for shootings and real HIV positive person who was trying to get different social and medical services.<br><br>Pres
s puedan adoptar la metodología y llevarla a sus regiones. Se discutirá sobre sus propias experiencias para después trabajar sobre las situ
DS education campaign targeting young people. As part of this program they have each written a number of songs about issues related to HI
dermine public health efforts to tackle HIV and AIDS. In 2006, UNAIDS categorized HIV stigma and discrimination, along with inequity and hu
so discuss donor approaches working in partnership with resource-limited governments and civil society. Many countries facing a financial b
 with families to prevent HIV infection, promote well-being, decrease rejection and increase social support for sexual minority individuals. Th
 33 million people in the world were living with HIV, and 2.5 million died from AIDS. Since the start of the epidemic, over 25 million people hav
 d allow interaction and dialogue. The main topics of Wednesday's Plenary are “The virus and the immune system”, “HIV and children” and “S
 itis viruses and HIV


cations nad main issues with this approach


 + 5 min discussion). Discussion wrap up by chair (5 min)
ries to deliver HIV services. Jos Perriens to note some of the new innovations and progress made in this area, referring to patent but also so
der identities, roles and vulnerability
ues facing providers and offering strategic directions for change.
 on five of the mediums in which we communicate HIV/AIDS messaging. The session will be highly interactive, combining presentations, disc
which offer practical evidence based on guidelines around how communities can support the psychosocial wellbeing of children and househo
eflexionen sobre cómo la moral sexual tradicional pone en riesgo la vida de las y los jóvenes ante el VIH grupales. Los momentos del taller
 responder a preguntas difíciles sobre condones, sexualidad y religión. Las/os participantes obtendran las habilidades necesarias para neut
 e and share your experiences, try out our new tools (developed in Tanzania) and see how they can be adapted to fit different contexts.<br> P
n involving in HIV/AIDS prevention work since 1998, but the depth and width are limited. The Chinese government more and more focuses o

 where human resources are limitedJudith Oulton will also emphasize the importance and key role of nurses in this approach.Both will welcom
hip for a better response in HIV prevention and care
 e, reason to disclose and possible solutions.
 cluding remarks 5 minutes

 enters and keep time
en and challenges related to providing early access to care and treatment for children living with HIV and AIDS. It will also examine various m
  successfully publishing their research/project findings in HIV/AIDS journals.
 and syringe exchanges, and substitution therapy. As our understanding of the global state of drug use has matured in recent years, so a mo
ers are addressing issues around homosexuality, sex among men, HIV infection, access to services and treatment, homophobia, stigma and
 isasters and HIV. These connections are less straight forward than might be supposed and require ongoing research and monitoring. This s
garantizado por muchos estados, en realidad es limitado y con baja calidad de atención en los países de la región de Latinoamérica. Una he
sonas interesadas en trabajar en el campo de VIH/SIDA, mediante el establecimiento de herramientas administrativas contables y de contro
 nfection diagnosis, using rapid testing, as well as rapid intervention in the case of people with positive results.
nd prevention with the aim of enabling Latin American scientists to enhance their own work and enter into collaborations with other Latin Ame
munities receive sufficient coverage? Learn, debate and build partnerships at UNESCO’s workshop on responsible HIV and AIDS reporting.
  sensuousness” in making male-to-male sex safer and mutually pleasurable. Workshop participants will be taught how some of those “elem
ara incluir a las personas discapacitadas en los esfuerzos de combate contra ITS/SIDA? La discusión de discapacidades es una cuestión em
group will present and initiate discussion on what we really mean by care and support and introduce their progress in developing a comprehe
rias de un persona gay (HSH) y una trabajadora sexual que se reúnen en el escenario como si estuvieran en un bar. Empiezan a hablar de s
o promote personal and social change around the gender inequalities that make young women vulnerable to HIV infection and HIV discrimina
 , Vishal Bhardwaj, Santosh Sivan and Farhan Akhtar. They aim to dismantle myths and misconceptions about HIV/Aids. They come from dif
  of innovative programs and ground-breaking leadership on behalf of children will be showcased. These organizations include: International
 how" to educate about safer sex. In the past 18 years the "Honey Bee Show" has continued without a break. At this the XVII Aids Conferenc
 ange the situation. Workshop themes include HIV-related issues such as gender, sexism, sexualities and homophobia, drug use and addicti
  APROASE en conjunto con el CENSIDA a partir de experiencias de las propias Trabajadoras Sexuales, cuya vulnerabilidad es enfatizada e
t of ARVs in low income settings.Mark Tyndall will welcome presenters and also note the challenges and problems of access in higher incom

 tionate burden of those responsibilities. In AIDS-affected households, women do all of the work. Along with caring for sick husbands and fam

es is a major challenge. This session will consist of three presentations of the experiences of countries facing these challenges and the barrie
ponses to this global pandemic have failed to meet the needs of women and girls and are not often based on human rights. Who is leading in
ation of HIV transmission is occurring, what the reasons are behind it, and alternative responses by which to address the concerns of those w

S epidemic. The chairs will introduce successive speakers. The session will end with a short concluding statement from co-chair2.
s Roston conducted a social experiment which is set in real time with a dramatic time clock. A day by day account of the 2006 IAC set agains
   general sobre el estigma y discriminación asociado al vih. La puesta en escena de "LA VIDA BOCA ARRIBA" revela el conflicto que vive un
 resentatives and others to come together to hear from individuals who have been personally affected by HIV-related entry restrictions, to rev
er se utilizará el video “No te enamores de mí” que aborda el tema de la diversidad sexual y prevención de las ITS y VIH en jóvenes. Los par
  Global Fund Principle Recipient. The presentation will present the process to becoming a PR, but also the tensions between Advocacy & PR
o la imagen y la música de una agrupación musical formada por cuatro muchachas jóvenes que han permitido incrementar el alcance de las
 cribe the problems created by the ''anti-prostitution pledge'' required to receive USAID and PEPFAR funds. This would be a screening, an u
beyond rhetoric. When national and global AIDS policies are forged, too few women's organizations and networks are at the table. And, thou
 rials and define next steps in the movement to rectify data gaps concerning women and HIV clinical trials. It focuses on the rationale for and
es in the field of promoting access, quality and rational use of essential medicines for HIV/AIDS; and to make core WHO staff available for a
  ution for ending the rampant spread of HIV is the promotion of comprehensive, evidenced-based HIV prevention efforts. Over the past 20 ye
HIV treatment in African countries. The experience of the independent operational research comprehensive program put in place by the Mini
 th systems or weakening them as they roll out programs for HIV/AIDS. Advocates for the national health system approach argue that streng
 significant public health threat, research is examining every aspect of HIV/AIDS, substance abuse and addiction including: risk behaviors as
orld's ability to fight the HIV epidemic. Topics to be discussed include the global healthcare worker shortage, universal precautions and the h
network of scholars, policy-makers, practitioners and activists working to promote evidence-based policies to more effectively reach HIV-affe
oemas del escritor poblano Francisco Javier Trejo llamada El insructivo de las Obsesiones (2006) en donde los temas fundamentales son
 forms of research on HIV/AIDS, including operational and social sciences research, and a few targeted open access journals. The purpos
ving with HIV and AIDS. Religious communities are at the forefront of efforts to provide care and support to persons living with HIV and AIDS
% of all new HIV-infections among youth between the ages of 15 &#8211; 24 yrs. In many countries, young women represent a disproportion
 and Southern Africa to discuss the development, evaluation and scaling-up of novel approaches that integrate HIV prevention, care and trea
 sed programmes towards more horizontal programmes that place an emphasis on health systems strengthening. This shift in donor trend
  e recent down-scaling of the HIV estimates in India, it has become increasingly clear that the epidemic in India is still very much a concentra
ected individuals. Given the range of available agents, tailoring treatment to match an individual’s characteristics is important to provide the g
 ween 10 and 40 % of the adult population. Zimbabwe is the first country in this sub-region to experience a significant decline in HIV prevalen
   domestic responses to HIV/AIDS, sexually transmitted infections (STIs), other blood borne infections and TB - policy and program challeng
 and to meeting our universal access commitments over the long run. The search for an AIDS vaccine will continue globally, despite the sign
  has developed and offered a Management Development Institute (MDI) to build the managerial capacity of organizations in East Africa that
   plagued by the HIV/AIDS epidemic, orphans, rape, and violence, Marion abandons a life of privilege in Johannesburg to build Botshabelo, a
  for action - not only to prevent the spread of HIV and care for those who live with it, but to correct the injustices that cause HIV’s spread. Th
   general sobre el estigma y discriminación asociado al vih. La puesta en escena de "LA VIDA BOCA ARRIBA" revela el conflicto que vive un

  and the curious flux of human relationships gave rise to a vocabulary of movements that was contemporary, radical, human and very intimat
as minorías sexuales más vulnerables de la sociedad, las travestis. Entre otros temas, el documental trata la falta de acceso a los servicios d
 raming of HIV and AIDS, Gender expression and sexual orientation as human rights by and for the community and to build the essential links
possible transmission of HIV. Is this leading to the infringement of the human rights of PLWHA or AIDS? Under what circumstances should t
signed to promote open, honest discussion about condoms and to emphasize their important place in the fight against unintended pregnancy

ust be informed.Mark Nelson will give a 5 minute introduction about liver fibrosis and its importance in prognosis and clinical decisions.
s.The Chairs will introduce speakers with Q&A after each speaker. The session will close with a 5 minute summary from chair 2 and a highlig
 2 abstracts. (5 mins)Mutsa Bwakura-Dangarembizi will introduce the last 3 abstracts and give the conclusion remarks (2 mins)
sent for 7215 instead of those now nominated
 with leaders from of non-governmental organizations (NGOs), governments, public health advocacy, international agencies, and the drug ind
ex worker HIV activists, human rights experts, academics and feminists to discuss the real implications of this policy change ; to examine wh
 will discuss some of the social, cultural, political and educational issues raised by trials that assert it is a proven technique to reduce HIV tran
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tes are much higher (up to 30% or more) among sex workers and MSM. 
he 2nd speaker advocates for greater involvement of the most at
p for all women and children is limited. This workshop reviews global policies, provides practical tools and lessons from country experiences
over a years time, clients’ acceptance of HIV testing increased from 8% to 62%. Our counselors will share the secrets of their success in thi
heir diagnosis, death and dying, is a challenge for many people. With the number of children with HIV/AIDS around the world, particularly in
hin HIV pandemic countries. Three national nursing association case studies (Canada, South Africa and Zambia) will be presented on initiat
ed for CSO groups, media and key stakeholder groups as we provide practical steps to strengthen TB/HIV community mobilisation efforts. R
 couples with different serological status and with regular sexual practices without condoms, shows that triple therapy is essential to prevent
ung people is the pioneer programme in Pakistan that advocates for an integrated approach of Sexuality and HIV Education. Both are vital f
 lth and outlook for positive people through access to medication. But how are they going to manage to survive financially? This workshop lo
are not are excluded, denied human rights, and abused. Resultant low self-esteem, risk to HIV, STIs and psychological suffering cripple and
bute to your religion's response to HIV? What can be learned from effective partnerships between faith based and secular organizations res

ugh the provision of a comprehensive service addressing physical, spiritual and psychosocial pain and other problems from the time of diagn
 countries have to face in their daily lives. But a minimum level of support could help them in achieving their target as well as contributing to t
an and a commentator on the side. The mime make-up is used, which highlights the facial expressions of the actors, who do not speak but w
strategies that women could initiate themselves to reduce their risk of acquiring HIV; the strategies and challenges related to the female cond
 ipo feria o de mesa. Los participantes podrán conocer directamente los juegos, jugar con ellos y hacer todas las preguntas que deseen y qu
al young prisoners in Johannesburg Prison to report on the practical implications of implementing similar programs within other high-risk com
 es her experiences and reality over beats, produces and edits documentary videos, and educates the community across the U.S and interna

the past five years have seen dramatic increases in funding, from less than $1 billion US per year in 1999 to over $10 billion per year today.
 stralia, Spain and the US to hold an analytical discussion on the status of political leadership and accountability for Universal Action. AIDS A
 means, and in bringing key issues to a wider public. Yet discussion of 'cultural responses' is rarely included within scientific programs of Con
moderated by chair) = 10minsChairperson concluding remarks = 5mins

at are not. Some topics are fears, day-to-day life, treatment, drugs, sexuality , prevention, and, as we call it, positive prevention, what means
 d allow interaction and dialogue. The main topics of Thursday's Plenary are “Advances in ART”, “Grater Involvement of People Living with H


ountries and emerging in developed countries
lizabeth Madraa will note the importance from the Ugandan perspective.Both co-chairs will introduce speakers and thank participants

 rs (5 mins x 6)=30minsQ & A = 25 mins
e key issues and challenges

 micas en Mexico son: prevencion del VIH para mujeres; derechos y servicios sexuales y reproductivos para las mujeres que viven con VIH,
sona en situación de calle que los vecinos consideran ingrata. La situación se desborda cuando un grupo de vecino hace justicia por mano
ernance bodies and their constituencies. The aim is to identify good practice and lessons on how to improve accountability and representatio
nd what role do NGOs play on them? How can NGOs advocate with CCMs to influence the development of proposals? At this session you w
g in international conferences. Large global and regional conferences have enormous potential to bring people together in a way that can cau



have become key players in providing support and care for PLHIV. Capacity building programmes have been developed in response to the n

mployees and unions that can mitigate those impacts.


er towards medical models. Though Human Rights language finds its place in a number of the interventions, there is a serious issue being r
epatitis B and C infections in the setting of HIV infection and use of antiretroviral treatment.
  curity and nutrition in resource poor settings. Although there is a growing consensus concerning the need for food, including clean water, an
 eaf and hearing people; will provide information and resources on how to reach this neglected community; help people problem solve; build
  level workshop will focus on recent trial results, best practices for communicating results, managing expectations, community involvement in
 programme? This session will help HIV/AIDS programme managers, donors, clinicians and AIDS service organizations to harness and leve
amiento en los espacios de toma de decisión a los fines de proveer al mejoramiento de su calidad de vida. Las actividades guiarán a los y l
to do acesso ao diagnóstico da infecção pelo HIV, através da utilização do teste rápido, bem como a rápida intervenção, no caso das pesso
 apoderamiento que fomenten el desarrollo de grupos de pares para mujeres VIH positivas. A través del taller, los participantes desarrollarán
experiencias es fundamental para el proceso de planificación de estrategias que puedan obtener suceso en distintos escenarios. Este taller
  la región fronteriza de los EE.UU. (Arizona) y Mexico (Sonora) asi como estrategias acerca de la prevención del VIH/SIDA utilizando estrate
pply the science proving that male circumcision could reduce heterosexual HIV infection in men by up to 60% to policy and practice at the com
crimination faced by themselves and their mothers. This will be combined with original karoake songs and some individual and some group d
ve results of some recent trials. An overview will be delivered on possible new products showing promising results in the laboratory, as well a
 ialogues, bringing together media, policymakers and civil society in Southern and Eastern Africa, and in South Asia. Panos will provide a brie
  the times of AIDS. This documentary follows the lives of six Latino gay and bisexual men and a transgender woman capturing their shared r
ación del video, su manual y otros materiales realizados; de tal manera que se comparta la experiencia de que ha sido creado e implementa
orma accesible priorizando áreas rurales y sectores con poco acceso principalmente en Guatemala y América Latina. Las temáticas abarcad
 rm reduction approaches among youths to all participants. It also promises to be make use of the interactive learning experience.
 enfoques, resultados y aprendizajes, la propuesta de Radio Educación Entretenimiento como una herramienta eficaz para fortalecer la resp
 sequence of HIV AIDS. The workshop will begin with a special scripts presentation of Eve Ensler’s play, “The Vagina Monologues”, to demo

e panel and topics (Richard Parker). Concluding remarks thanks by perez luna.

ake an active role in discussion at the end.
s in low and medium income countries (based on abstract 12832).2nd co-chair will keep time and support the discussion session

 o-chair (P.Figueroa). The session speakers will be introduced successively with 5 min Q&A after each speaker. Following final questions/com
 ach populations.Diana Rossi will give the concluding remarks
 nsequences of HIV/AIDS. Promoting gender equality and ensuring that sexual and reproductive health and rights is the right of girls and wo
dle income countries in their fight to prevent and treat HIV/AIDS. As a result, there is an enormous demand for information on accessing the
 s not readily accessible throughout the world. This interactive workshop explains the relevance of female condoms to a global response to H
ASA! Activist Kit for Preventing Violence against Women and HIV with practical examples of local activism, training, media and advocacy and
gion. Diversity of political commitment, policies, attitudes and access to services shape national AIDS responses. Most countries report low p
entre la comunidad Latina en el estado norteamericano de Florida, especialmente entre homosexuales, mujeres y trabajadores migrantes. E
creased political instability in regions such as Kenya, Zimbabwe and Burma, violence against women is on the rise and new challenges are e
and transvestites have to overcome to have access to HIV prevention, care and treatment. Speakers will address the significance of respecti
nal, or international level. It will introduce participants to strategies which have been successful in the past and provide a space in which they
 moción de derechos humanos de las personas que viven con VIH/SIDA en Guatemala y la forma en que se ha abordado este tema a nivel
úblico. El tema del SIDA se trabaja con sutileza para sensibilizar al público
 ce against these communities and calls for more effective responses from society and public policy. This film is followed by debates around
he main area of the Global Village will be gathered a large number of young delegates to debrief about the participation of young people in th
eir status to their family members, immediate congregation, and surrounding communities. While the session could be for religious leaders th
  poesía y video. Acto I: “Insensatez: HSH” Una mujer se separa de un hombre y él inicia una relación con un chico gay. La siguiente escen
 merica and the Caribbean. The objectives of the session are: • Identification of the gender stereotypes, particularly about women, in the

me stigma and discrimination and promote universal access to comprehensive prevention, treatment and care. The presentation includes thr
y, Spain needs to enhance its effectiveness addressing key sectors. An adequate strategy to face this challenge is the alliance with civil socie
 and AIDS epidemics, with adverse socio-economic impact that has reversed its post independence gains. The Botswana AIDS Impact Surv
 o comprehensively address the sexual and reproductive needs of people living with HIV (PLHIV). Sexual and reproductive health are importa
esource limited settings has been a success in many resource limited settings. Monitoring and evaluation of these services has highlighted s
couraging a reflective process that explores how gender inequities and rigid messages about masculinity contribute to HIV, STIs, gender-bas
n?(max 300 words) Country regional and global HIV estimates have been changing over the last few years, significantly so for the most rec
kly reached pandemic proportions. At the end of 2007, according to UNAIDS and WHO, it was estimated that 33.2 million people are infected
  dollar invested in early interventions such as nutrition, early stimulation, school readiness, and parenting support generates strong returns to
r no regard to other aspects. This has led to increasing militarization of public security, justice reforms to fight organized crime, and bilateral a
element in a comprehensive, effective and sustainable approach to HIV prevention and treatment. Male and female condoms are a key com
he outcomes with the participants. The proposal of the plenary debate is to discuss the impact that the Latin American response to the HIV/A
 dence to improve treatment and care systems in resource-poor settings. It will highlight the importance of evidence for policy and practice. T
o HIV/AIDS treatment. In 2009, the International Labour Conference of the ILO will hold a first discussion on a new international labour stan
 , a multisectoral approach and a commitment of a diverse range of stakeholders working in concert with the Three Ones Principles, Nigeria
 on marimbas y se demuestra el uso del condón.<br><br>Martín Yac Huix, José<br>Guatemala
 da de las Recodas". Espectáculo en que a manera de concierto de banda y por medio de la risa abordaremos el tema de los derechos sexu
 ves on HIV and the education sector in Jamaica. Also make policy and decision makers, teachers and educational programme managers ac
0 children in need of ART receives it, and at most, 1 in 25 HIV-exposed children receive cotrimoxazole prophylaxis to prevent opportunistic in
es. This global estimate varies according to regions, with higher percentages for Asia compared to other parts of the world. During a transf
d promotion of tools and guidelines at the regional/sub-regional level. After almost five years of partnership, capacity building efforts supporte
 scientists and clinical researchers Objectives: To review what is currently know about the differences in transmission, disease progressi

n’t Wait–End HIV & Violence Against Women. NOW”, “With Women Worldwide”, the World YWCA, the ICW and “Strategies from the South”
Promote collective efforts in the HIV vaccine field for maximum impact at the global level 4) Enhance country-level strategies and strengthen
nd HIV outcomes. Linked programmes play an important role in efforts to achieve the goals of Universal Access to HIV prevention, treatment
 are now making a material contribution to improved access to and scale-up of treatment. Senior representatives of a variety of companies a
as brought together modelers, epidemiologists, economists, advocacy specialists, policy makers and program managers in an effort to bridge
 A World Cup fast approaching, public and private institutions are taking a closer look at sport as a tool for social and behavior change. This h
 eractions between HIV, food and livelihood security -- and crucially, how to operationalize this dimension of a multisectoral AIDS response, a
 endations for clinical practice based on new guidelines and emerging evidence. Review a series of case studies (with subsequent panel disc
have sought to join with these stakeholders in efforts to collaborate and support the development, implementation, and sharing of programs t
 sporaObjective 2- To provide a brief history on the creation of the global network during activities coordinated through the Diaspora Stream a
 lenecks to reaching international health and development goals, including the goal of universal access to HIV treatment, prevention, care an
 have sex with men, and nearly 20,000 injecting drug users. It also targets 5 million male clients of sex workers. Avahan is closely involved
 inistrations, committing vast financial, medical and scientific resources to this effort. Considering this commendable commitment, it is ironic
and treatment services in resource constrained settings. Many countries have successfully adapted the Integrated Management of Adolescen
 ght the crucial role that the private sector must play within coordinated national HIV / AIDS strategies; to demonstrate that a business respon

 ctors are fulfilling the formal agreements they have made to respond to the epidemic. During this satellite AAI will present both the backgrou
  Young people can be found in virtually all other key populations affected by HIV/AIDS: People Living with HIV/AIDS, Men having Sex with M
ded innovative partnerships with a number of regional &#8232;celebrities and MTV’s experiences from their Staying Alive Campaign. The d
nt Communication; and African Population and Health Research Center (APHRC) will launch the work of the Gender and HIV Research Netw
es. In taking the time to build and expand our Campaign, our African members have learned the steps required to forge an effective, women-
structural intervention that improves health outcomes of People Living with HIV/AIDS as well as serves as a sound prevention intervention. U
es from Latin America, Africa and elsewhere will inform a 'hands-on' interactive training workshop in the second half of the satellite. Speaker
hat we talk, that we analyze and study the factor and elements of sexuality but, more importantly how we have sex, how we live it, how we fee
reatment to female injection drug users.        The panelists will examine: Epidemiological trends in injection drug use (IDU) and HIV among f
s allow this possibility. A substantial amount of published data is now available, describing the safety and efficacy of NRTI backbones and in
as child health and TB treatment, scale-up of integrated and comprehensive HIV and AIDS responses is not happening. With the exception o
 idemic, that is, to understand the current distribution of new infections by risk group and thereby understand the drivers of the epidemic. The
 eing to enhance the lives of women who have been affected by this disease in the Middle East and North Africa.           As an interdisciplinary
  number of studies show that the risk of HIV is significantly higher in women who have experienced violence than among those who have no
 are familiar in TB-HIV care. Besides being involved in the training of health care workers, expert patients can be prepared to join the clinical
civil society has had a ‘place at the table’ of the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board. The creation of the Global Fund brought a unique
and continue to rise to US$54 billion by 2015. Despite increasing resources for HIV/AIDS and attempts to fill the funding gap, progress on HIV
 Among other issues, the presentations treat with the challenges to achieving universal access, the structural drivers of HIV & AIDS stigma a
 ts and an HIV Drill dance the participants learn. Phase by phase there are learning moments about the realities of AIDS. An HIV rap, person
  array of themes are passionately discussed by these individuals.<br><br>Presenter: Arnold, Georgia & Ludo Dufour, MTV Staying Alive<br>

os jovenes gays representan el grupo mas afectado por el VIH en Mexico y por lo tanto es necesario crear articulaciones que nos permita or
ut what needs to be done at the Board level in order to improve the effectiveness of the strategies and policies of the Global Fund in the deve

missing from health resources and HIV prevention campaigns. And safer sex of any kind is virtually absent from erotic media, such as porn fi
k. While governments can be held accountable for HIV responses through agreed indicators including levels and quality of financial resource
he Universal Access Declaration of Commitment. Most countries are making progress and the proportion of HIV-positive pregnant women re
 unity health care stakeholders to respond to HIV/AIDS. With lessons of six US cities currently attempting to routinize HIV screening and mak
efined. The studies that have been conducted have examined across a broad range of indicators, used very different models and, in some ca
s for funding, through the Global Fund, of sexual and reproductive health as a critical component of universal access to HIV/AIDS prevention
nment, decentralised response and strong partnership with civil society has been crucial to the HIV response in these three countries. The o
  diseases (STD) and on effective anti-retroviral therapy are sexually non-infectious". Following this communication an intensive international
  chel will explore the consequences of increased AIDS deaths in local government leadership in South Africa. Kondwani Chirambo will prese
 IV treatment and care. TB is the leading cause of death among people living with HIV (PLHIV) in Africa and a major cause of death elsewher
y the development and introduction of new prevention options. One of the key challenges is how we communicate and manage expectations
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  s will also be discussed.
Review key data supporting early initiation of therapy
 anks of investigators and encourages new researchers to join the field. We must continue to bring the revolution that has occurred in biolog
sport Sector for Southern Africa in Piggs Peak, Swaziland which was co-hosted by the United Nations Joint Programme on HIV/AIDS Region
  mber of people with access to anti-retroviral treatment, HIV is now a chronic disease rather than an imminent death sentence. And yet, the v
 ckground: Official foreign investment in the agricultural sector has declined by 57 percent over the past 30 years. Africa has been the worst
  staining our commitment and energy to that response must harness the power and strength of communities and individuals, including those
PLHA was largely ignored. Positive prevention programs are aimed at avoiding re-infections and cross-infections among PLHA as well as HI
cial Communication Policy, VCT, PMTCT+ and HAART. Contrary to sorrounding countries, HIV prevalence in Angola remains at relative lowe
ces and clearly response to Universal Access by 2010 among international communities. Its experiences and lessons learned are sometimes
 vaccine biomedical HIV prevention trials. Recent trials have been plagued by methodological challenges and many recent trials have had
H. The risk of non-payment of loans through illnesses is thought to be too high among PLWH. Lessons learned: Micro-credit to groups of
 treatment by 2013. Barriers will be discussed and innovative models and strategies considered.Participation and inclusion of delegation inpu
ure prophylaxis of infants (PEPI) and maternal highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART). These measures could allow a HIV-infected moth
  pioning the cause of ‘Increasing Access to ARVs’ believes that India has emerged powerful country and an asset -not- liability vis-à-vis HIV/A
onde los temas fundamentales son la aceptación de su condición homosexual, su homofobia, su dolor, sus miedos, su desesperanzas, el te

between selected researchers and three highly renowned actors. This event will be bilingual in English and Spanish.<br><br>San Francisco
and their poor home and poor living condition. Audience can have a good understanding of the poor condition of children impacted by AIDS
 ker delegates about the issues affecting people who sell sex from various different community perspectives. This will enable sex workers to
 education, poverty, neglect, myths, child labor and rape loom large. Some will come out with an educative banner, others will sing and danc
ho use drugs to lead and inform the harm reduction movement. It will provide the space for the expression of their point of view alongside oth
s Porter will emphasize these points.Both co-chairs will introduce the speakers and welcome participants as well as thank the audience.



 a 5 minutes question period facilitated by the co-chairs. After the presentations the co-chairs will unse the remaining time to facilitate additio

oritization in the field of HIV vaccine and microbicides research. This special session will bring together senior scientists and advocacy leade
  up delivery of treatment and prevention services. The session will explore the following questions: What is your monitoring methodology? W
S, they have also blocked measures that are regarded as best practice in prevention, and helped perpetuate judgements of sexual behaviors
a number of vaccine and microbicide trials. Why do trial participants engage with research? Whether we live in a developed or developing c
 to AIDS-related illnesses in 2007 occurred in sub-Saharan Africa. Women (who make up to 61% of people living with HIV in this region) and
phone contact system, and appropriate counseling and medical services.
 ninas) en los temas de sexualidad, ITS, VIH/SIDA. Aportará no sólo para el rol de educador sino que también en el ámbito personal descubr
 who want to challenge discrimination from small conversation to hostile policy in a non-violent and safe way.
 gals by the presenter, ALTERLAW, to address HIV-related human rights violations and stigma and discrimination by providing an easy way t
 s workshop will provide a space for capacity building regarding the financial sustainability of organizations working on HIV/AIDS and women’
  he different types of sessions, share experiences and skills and demystify all the different sessions, such as plenary, special and bridging se
e affects it has on the lives of clients and the staff who attend to them. It is a practical and participatory process, which encourages a lot of s
  advocacy messages at the conference and beyond using various tools such as media.
ms of redress, coalition building to increase reporting and achieve redress and, protecting and empowering those who suffer from discriminati
  ntina, con más de doscientos egresados. Se compartirá esta experiencia mediante la entrega de programas y material didáctico; diapositiv
 la temática "Los Jóvenes y el VIH/SIDA”, la cual acumula la experiencia de jóvenes y especialistas. 
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 ience the benefits this game can have on the lives of young people. <br><br>'Choices & Decisions' Project<br>United Kingdom.
ntra de la tarea que le ha sido asignada para con los seres humanos: bajar a la tierra como pvvs, al revelarse el ángel pasa por diferentes e
 ory of Haiti and the impacts of harmful child labour and the story of the only AIDS orphanage in Haiti. See the changes underway to help imp
 s to the public health approach to ART in resource-limited settings; 3. To discuss strategies and approaches to country-level operations rese
n to start therapy, and will examine the special considerations for selecting initial regimens such as disease status, co-morbidities, pre-existin
h features discussions on global epidemiological statistics, universal access to ARTs, architecture in funding for the HIV/AIDS response, new




ucts that discriminate and stigmatize people living with HIV, particularly children. The workshop is an ideal experience to enhance alternative




d teacher? What are my personal rules for disclosure? Why are men unfaithful? Why are women hard to satisfy? What difference does HIV

ving with HIV can terminate unwanted pregnancies safely. It will include a short introduction with presentation of some relevant information, s
 will follow a participatory action-based research approach to better inform and rejuvenate the maternal health movement. This session inten
  HIV/AIDS, and the Southern Africa AIDS Information Dissemination Service. This will be followed by a facilitated question and answer sess


ubstance use counselors, treatment activists, and co infected persons.


uestions periods and provide closing remarks.
response to HIV, and will consider key issues that effective programmes should address.

er from Global South rather than the ones nominated now
ogramme implementers. This increase in funds has implied the need to monitor better not only the risk, but the vulnerability of populations an

  mobilization. Until recently, vast financial and human resources were necessary for achieving impact beyond the local or national level, ICT
Add another Smile to the Community”. Welcome to SAfAIDS’ Workshop “Promoting Treatment Literacy for Children within their Circle of Car
 l be utilized in order to facilitate dialogue about trans-cultural knowledge of Western and non-Western cultures. Some misconceptions and r
nti-condom messaging and advocate for a culture of life that recognizes condoms as an integral part of a successful prevention strategy.
   the sexual diversity key populations for the epidemic from one call center or an informal phone call.
 ograms and services, and ensuring organizations’ accountability to constituencies and funders—is geared toward service delivery projects a
   for strategic planning?), 2) Knowing your strategy (What is the "results cycle" and the “Self-Assessment Tool”?), and 3) Knowing your resou
  expand their networks by exchanging ideas, experiences and strategies about peer group development and empowerment among each oth
and implement a version of Healthy Relationships most suitable for their own communities.
ou all the skills to be effective in your media management.
 es bastante" narra la historia de tres amigos. El primero vive con VIH desde 1989 y narra cómo lo vivió en aquella época. El segundo, que c
f key players and institutions that must be influenced to create the necessary policy reforms. A talk-show style interview with a current or form
 upos de jóvenes. Tiempo para debate sobre la globalización y su afecto en los altos índices de infección del virus del VIH.Asociaciòn Comitè
  ges. Under the slogan “Fashion for change”, prostitutes and sympathizers act as models on catwalk thus gaining visibility and reaching a bro
en Society Justice Initiative<br>United States
view from GO and NGO activiests are delicately underlined by uniquely inspiring music and dramatizations performed by puppets.<br><br>P
 shown detailing RENSIDA’s efforts to establish within its member organizations a number of income generating activities, and skills courses



 HIV and is a young leader.
the area of HIV/AIDS. They will perform different types of songs which are used in China for publicizing HIV/AIDS prevention and calling for a
 Level Review Meeting this June, this session will ask: how far do the UN and member states still need to go to honour their UNGASS comm
 thank you 2 minutes

  nalization of risk behaviors. Political complacency and apathy, women and children issues, and the emerging epidemic in some Asian count
  ill address the challenges created by voluntary and forced migrations in terms of the production of HIV risk and the particular vulnerabilities t
ducing girls' vulnerability among other things by keeping them in school and is considered in general a high cost-effective means of preventio
 lennium Development Goals for health or to achieve universal access to HIV services by 2010. There is growing recognition that the solution
<br><br>Vía Libre<br>Perú
HIV positive women in Canada and Africa to tell their stories, while offering life-saving information about HIV/AIDS and treatment. Through th
miles de pacientes que viven con VIH/SIDA, la odisea de los primeros años de la epidemia donde la muerte y la inexistencia de las drogas q
   and non sex workers alike to analyze the root causes of HIV risks for sex workers, identifying priorities and united strategies. It provides the
 e, decision making and goal setting. The workshops incorporates sexual reproductive health skills, focusing on HIV prevention messages, i
   las libertades de los ciudadanos, la no discriminación, la inclusión social y la no homofobia. Se diseñó una colección con mensajes alusivos
ve’ will be contrasted with ‘Human Security Perspective’. The challenges and opportunities of “securitization of HIV infection” will be debated.
emann (Argentina), Miguel F. Caro (Colombia), Miguel Barnet (Cuba), entre otros. Todos los cuentos que forman parte de este espectáculo
   new book “The Political Economy of HIV/AIDS in Southern Countries”, edited by B. Coriat (Edward Elgar Publisher) and launched during the
y these microbes and affect it by sending negative and positive signals.Suppression of the positive signals and enhancement or simulation of
on gender and sexual minorities, and discuss the role of the Global Fund in this context.       The session will start with a short presentation by
 2031 is a consortium of partners who have come together to look at what we have learned about the AIDS response, as well as consider the
 dentify issues regarding clinical trial designs and endpoints for prevention research- Partnership with industry - Key lessons learned and futu
enges being faced on the ground in doing so. Various perspectives will be addressed by the presenters including an overview of the scientific
gender equality and empowering women through national AIDS responses. Government and civil society best practices will be highlighted, in
n under 15 accounted for 17% (420,000) of the 2.5 million people newly infected with HIV; 13% (290,000) of the 2.1 million AIDS deaths and
  5 sub-regions by 2008. In 2006, recognizing that much had changed in terms of the global, regional and country response to HIV/AIDS in su
y in the Male to Female (MtF) Transgender community. Transgender people are among the most negatively impacted populations that are at

e fight against AIDS, the kit is packed with training ideas for leaders and trainers to teach girls and young women about HIV and AIDS and to
and maximize the impact of Global Health Initiatives. By the same token, the Global Health Initiatives are starting to make a more active inve
me comprises: an application and a product dossier review; a laboratory evaluation of the performance and operational characteristics of the
  this session will bring together dynamic voices, including high-level government representatives, grassroots leaders working on the frontline
ople in the streets demanding their prevention rights? Drawing on the world's best examples and direct testimony on the biggest challenges
 ve health services that take their questions and needs seriously. Unbiased, comprehensive and age-appropriate understandings of sex, love
 ndirectly affected by the epidemic, as a result of the death and suffering that AIDS causes in their families and their communities. Despite
agnitude similar if not more to those accorded people affected by earthquakes, floods, droughts to mention but a few. Since this action was f
ogram will be chaired by Dr. Pedro Cahn from Buenos Aires University, and will have a world class faculty including; Dr. Dan Kuritzkes from H
  a "plurales, atractivas y para gente joven no vinculada a la ciencia o servicio social". Rock, electrónico, indie y hip hop de Mexico, Chile, Ale
 sful and well-regarded response to HIV/AIDS. Between 1994 and 1996, Bowtell was senior political adviser to the Prime Minister of Australia
 ness of U.S. funding and hampered efforts to reach populations at greatest risk for HIV transmission, particularly women. The 33% abstinen
 . The model of Burkina-Faso is based on synergic implemented of efforts in several directions and in several programmatic domains taking
 heir status and there is no way to achieving universal acces to treatment until there is universal access to testing. Current VCT models will no
 vourable framework to the AIDS fight, resource mobilisation, monitoring and evaluation and overall private sector response to the national fig
g from a recent comprehensive review of HIV dynamics in MENA. This review was commissioned by the World Bank, UNAIDS Secretariat
  lives a "normal" life, despite her illness. The session will address some basic questions such as: How do you tell your children that their mo
g from such collaborations at the local, national and international levels. A case study from Rwanda will be shared, highlighting progress, stre
  ehensive national systems to prevent, mitigate, and respond to violence against women and girls in three countries in sub-Saharan Africa: G
   and challenges from their work and show how simple interventions can increase treatment access for injecting drug users, with particular fo
HIV positive women in Canada and Africa to tell their stories, while offering life-saving information about HIV/AIDS and treatment. Through th

 o. Se adaptan canciones populares de moda con mensajes sobre ITS, VIH, uso del Condón y el lubricante.<br><br>Fangoria Nice<br>Méx
 us prácticas y gustos asociados al VIH/SIDA. El filme es una herramienta de denuncia que muestra de manera clara, fresca y precisa cómo
 r the performers to explain the place of colour and materials in the identification of spirit strength and dreaming stories interwoven in the lives
 V and AIDs. The audience will be allowed to air their understanding on these three words, explore on their values, their beliefs and attitudes
 prejuicios y estigma en torno a la bisexualidad, relación de la bisexualidad con prácticas sexuales de riesgo y VIH, diferencias entre la bisex
edge that it produces and, to that end, it faces the challenge of having the information and contents that it puts forward recognized as being v
onal consequences of belonging to certain social minorities, as well as, highlights the importance of involving them and effective ways to achi
ch will be shared, tested and adapted to fit different contexts. Come and share experiences and strategise together.
 ramme d’éducation thérapeutique des patients sous ARV, d’ARCAD/SIDA, repose sur dynamique communautaire et sur une responsabilisa




hat are the most effective in preventing HIV transmission. Nonetheless, this data is often overlooked when public policy is drafted. Due to the
 nisms of resistance and HIV variability.
 n. The session will give a “framework” for positive prevention with emphasis on positive living issues; human rights issues: implications on po
 ill share their perspectives confronting the epidemic, from the experiences lived by their communities to a more academic approach. It will c
sequence of HIV and AIDS: A cause because rape and sexual assault are vectors for HIV transmission--a consequence because HIV-positiv
 hensive and sustainable mechanism of support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC). Specifically, advocating for both policy and pro
e of the current lack of emphasis on operational research within countries is because countries do not appreciate its importance and there is
 d using audio visual material by showcasing the Siyayinqoba Beat it! DVD series.
e advocates for human rights approaches to HIV that are real, practical, and cost-effective.
 gico con prácticas sexuales regulares sin usar preservativo, indica que la triple terapia es esencial para prevenir nuevas infecciones. Estam
ues leading to increased vulnerability and thinking through workable interventions targeting boys and girls and men and women differently to



myths and misconceptions that are regions and cultural specific get prevalent in general population. Why it is important to bust those myths an
 ple at risk to explore art, dance and music as a form of self expression. Song writing, creative technology, audio, digital music recording, com
ad afecta únicamente al mundo de los adultos. Gracias a la medicación y la contención familiar Ale lleva una vida normal. Estudia, tiene una
 s nos dan cuenta del rol clave de la comunicación en la respuesta al VIH y sida. Los participantes contarán con metodologías, aprendizajes
 , criminalización del trabajo sexual y el VIH, directrices internacionales sobre trabajo sexual, mejores prácticas al respecto y estudios de cas
  and future needs for global HIV prevention. It includes the evidence for biomedical interventions, how to improve behavioural approaches, a
 atform for sharing the work of the UNAIDS convened International Task Team on HIV-related Travel Restrictions.Since the beginning of the
s, to dialogue on the accountability mechanisms necessary for the realisation of meaningful Positive (PLHIV) Leadership to address the epide
 and the Netherlands--as well as leading civil society advocates, to jointly reflect on the challenges posed by current global AIDS funding arch
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 ansmission of HIV-1” and “Substance use of harm reduction” and speakers will feature discussions with general public.<br><br>
lenary Spe



 perspective to the discussion, they should keep line, at the end highlight the main issues of discussion and give them concluding remarks


 ernational



  con VIH/SIDA, pero no se trata de un documental. Existió una interacción de estos profesionales con los personajes ficticios en la tentativa
 ritual faith can be a force for hope and for change within religious congregations and wider communities. Religious voices that speak up for e
women recognized for their pioneering efforts to work for gender equality to discuss the place of work with men within HIV. Panelists will expl
 -positive women in Kenya; to discuss a range of accountability strategies to address these violations from documenting abuses to national a


ome surprising ways to improve this in programmes.Both chairs will introduce speakers and thank participants.

 outh, not as currently nominated
 e engaged youth in developing policies, programmes and funding priorities, and several concrete commitments have been made at UNGAS
AIDS Reference Group on HIV and Human Rights, among other groups, responded with recommendations. Meanwhile various strategies to
 e implications for the HIV/AIDS response. Discussions will provide insights into policy implications for planning, service delivery and monitori
   will: receive an inventory of ongoing Caribbean AIDS research; learn about current opportunities for collaboration; identify and meet potentia
 el VIH/SIDA; para comprender cómo se puede diseminar fácilmente el virus del VIH; para entender los sentimientos de las personas con VI
 gnitive disorders associated with HIV infection. This workshop will review the current state of the art work in HIV neurological diagnoses and
 ón y participación activa de los/as participantes
 nity health workers supports peer-positive social attitudes toward HIV/AIDS that reduce stigma and have been shown to increase rates of HI
  relaciones cotidianas que se establecen con los otros. Es un taller de jóvenes con VIH para jóvenes con igual diagnostico con la intención d
n that facilitate good communication and have opportunities to apply these skills and become more confident about their ability to talk openly
H/SIDA en esta población. Se brindarán las herramientas necesarias para la intervención en educación sexual y prevención de VIH/SIDA de
 n ensuring medical professionals sensitization, with a special focus on medical and nursing students, as an asset for a better future.
 several years of experience, Y-PEER developed a peer education for sex worker and will develop peer education for LGBTQ and youth living
will reflect positively in the treatment access through ARV for the HIV patients.
ormato miniatura, condensan momentos del comportamientos sexo amoroso actual. Construidas con el mínimo de elementos de producción
 lly when the spouse has migrated for a job and the other character shows how this person fails to face sexual life challenges when the spou
cipating in prevention or treatment programs. The denial and apathy about AIDS, even amongst India’s leaders, creates the false sense that
V through injection drug use and/or sex work. Strategies on how to develop harm reduction programs that are youth-led, honest, relevant, ac
 ted and affected individuals. The video was developed to create awareness towards general audiences and to be an educational tool for dire
aring for scaling up civil society participation, particularly among key TB and malaria constituencies, within CCMs and GFATM-related advoca
 e ITF affiliates are fighting back with prevention and care program and turning Devil's highway, as the Northern corridor is popularly known, i
 commendations for action to be brought forward to the African and Black Diaspora Global Network for HIV and AIDS. To provide regional up



welcome participants (in Spanish)They will individually introduce speakers in rotationBoth will thank the audience
gramming and how to measure HIV results using the 12 components of HIV monitoring and evaluation systems.
e an interactive platform for highlighting evidence-based good practice and discussing the issues and challenges of involving PLHIV in the re
 ill explore current positive prevention programmes to determine the components of a comprehensive approach. It will build the participants’ s
 ve regional AIDS conference (all disciplines and stakeholders) and with geographical cover. Key conference speakers from the latest region
 fferent social and epidemiological settings. This session will focus on what is known about approaches to plan, implement and evaluate HIV
e foundation (value-added) for a rights-based approach? 2) How to convince the powers-to- be of that value? 3) How to measure progress in
  por conservar su amistad, sobre todo al enterarse que uno de ellos vive con VIH. La obra está escrita para ser representada por dos actore




nes sociales. El documental pretende dar oportunidad de abrir horizontes y reflexionar sobre las convicciones personales. Consideramos al c
 retos incluyendo el Acceso Universal, la situación de las personas viviendo con el virus, poblaciones en vulnerabilidad, entre otros. La gober
 ll show the concept of the project, activities carried out by young activists motivated by Dance4Life and activities carried out in Mexico. Video
 nsible to continue to fund futile efforts when millions of people need ART treatment now, when prevention efforts have failed to stop the spre
 WHA.<br><br>Trans China (Alliance of Chinese Transgenders)<br>China
ds. This would be a screening, an update, and question and answer session.<br><br>Presenter: Ditmore, Melissa Hope<br>United States
  the voices of sex workers from across Asia to articulate why sex workers oppose the compulsory testing and other human rights violations i
 ics and provide recommendations for an effective strategy in the region. Chaired by Dr Chakravarthi Rangarajan, the Chief Economic Advis
 he U.S. Government has committed $15 billion to combat HIV/AIDS around the world. Working with international, national and local leaders,

  even encouraged for ‘real’ men’ (Mane and Aggleton 2001). Men commonly feel pressure to appear knowledgeable and experienced about
  resources are actually being used efficiently. There is consensus that in order to achieve results, in particular, Goal 6 of the MDGs: Comba
 tion of sex, decrease the number of sexual partners and promote condom use among the sexually active. Enrolling girls and keeping them
 king sexual and reproductive health and HIV is strategic in reaching the two interrelated universal access goals in HIV and in sexual and rep
 is that the chance of men and women with disabilities becoming victims of sexual violence are higher compared to non-disabled population.
 nal Minority AIDS Council). It will help the global community to understand the realities of the current HIV/AIDS epidemic in the US. We will
  services. AIDS undermines all human development spheres. 530,000 children were estimated to be newly infected with HIV in 2006. One o
economic and social status. Gender equality, specifically the economic empowerment of women and girls, is a fundamental element in the re
 ed and the Phase II C204 study of TMC278 in treatment-naïve patients. A panel of HIV therapy experts will discuss the latest clinical data fro
 s symposium takes place on August 1st and 2nd 2008, at Hotel Nikko in Mexico City, just before AIDS 2008 Mexico City. What are the mos
eting evidence to know what really works in HIV prevention. This satellite session will be a moderated panel discussion on current controvers
 in the national and international responses to the HIV epidemic. In recent years, ABIA&#8217;s involvement in international debates abou
oductive health services and promoting health seeking behaviors. The experience of HIV related stigma - especially as felt by people living w
will explore current responses to the epidemic in Latin America, the Caribbean and North America, and whether sufficient attention is being p
rocess in strengthening an evidence-informed approach to achieve Universal Access in the Latin American Region To assess progress and
vent will feature a key note speech by Philippe Douste-Blazy, the former French Foreign Minister who recently has been appointed the UN Sp
CULTURAL EXPERIMENTOS POR LA VIHDA<br>México
es in India, namely Tihar Prisons, New Delhi and Amritsar Central Prison. This documentary traces the difference the project has made in the
plications and treatment options and strategies for reducing lipohypertrophy in HIV.
ell known maxim, originally coined by the Global Fund, states: ‘Successful implementation equals successful PSM’. The all too evident implem
 nd worldwide humanitarian relief activities; identify best-practice insights and programming modalities to promote coordination and integratio
 so a la información de las organizaciones y grupos de la Sociedad Civil trabajando en VIH/SIDA en la región. En este sentido se presentara
 are and support services. Recognising this role, the Southern African Development CommunityParliamentary Forum (SADC PF) has enga
 economies. Almost half of all international labour migrants are women. Migrants experience particular HIV risks and needs which must be a
on ARV treatment as classified as lost to follow-up. To adderss issues in quality of HIV care, treatment and support, and integrated, multidisc

cipating in prevention or treatment programs. The denial and apathy about AIDS, even amongst India’s leaders, creates the false sense that

 SIDA es trabajado con sutileza para que el público lo considere con ojos más blandos. Intentamos alejar el prejuicio con las personas que v
V prevalence is high. It also shows how very poor and vulnerable women can win a battle with researchers and powerful interests like pharma
with different target audiences. Discussion about how to involve young people in decision-making. The workshop will be run by two experienc
 es for the future. It will especially highlight the value of bringing multiple pressures from a number of countries to bear at a single, strategic m
quate home-based care cannot be overlooked, especially in a resource poor setting. However, it is equally important that home-based care p



 measurement of psychosocial conditions of children infected and-or affected. It address the effect of care programs on the psychological w

 roots organizers have been calling attention to the social and political context of AIDS and to the specific situation of women since the mid 1
nal infrastructures to respond to AIDS have developed, and are managing the billions of dollars now allocated to fighting AIDS. But those ver
cially excluded groups, the shift in understanding from a bio-medical approach to one that addresses structural drivers that make some sub-p
 mmunity leaders, scientists and other researchers, people living with HIV and representatives of civil society from across the region in respo
 ls and the social isolation and discrimination they face, these caregivers are often not able to appropriately care for their children. Using a se
 pecial challenges of working with interpreters and cultural brokers and will present a model for managing the communication challenges of H
 MSM dans les stratégies de prise en charge et la prévention du VIH. Pourtant il y a encore des niveaux élevés de la stigmatisation autours d
 dvocacy. It will also explore how understandings of sexuality is instrumental in issues of young people and how it can be integrated.
pants with strategies and tools to effectively engage young people to increase health and reduce social exclusion.
o migrate to the border region with great frequency and the effective stategies for prevention.
 aging with networks of women living with HIV and AIDS is a key factor for success.
en developed, tested and validated by the Sergio Arouca National School of Public Health (ENSP), Fiocruz, which hosts the Secretariat of th

d with. Vida Digna has successfully demonstrated how stigma can be challenged by grass roots organizations with little resource even when


 ual health discussion tool for promoting female-initiated HIV prevention methods. It can also be the starting point for an interactive activity, in
 and medical services.<br><br>Presenter: Sarankov, Yury<br>Republic of Moldova
 para después trabajar sobre las situaciones de riesgo frente al VIH/SIDA y otras ITS que cada uno vivenció y se evaluarán las ventajas de e
r of songs about issues related to HIV/AIDS. This contemporary hip-hop songs have captured the hearts and minds of listeners across Cana
rimination, along with inequity and human rights abuses, as primary obstacles to scaling up HIV programs and achieving universal access to
. Many countries facing a financial burden of HIV/AIDS not only critically depend on external assistance for scale up of national programmes
 rt for sexual minority individuals. The session will provide a forum to discuss the role of institutions (e.g. families, community programs, hea
 epidemic, over 25 million people have died of AIDS.<br><br>Antiretroviral medicines have provided enormous hope for those with access.
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ne system”, “HIV and children” and “Sex work” and speakers will feature discussions with general public.<br><br>
lenary Speakers include:




s area, referring to patent but also some concerns (like staff poaching)


active, combining presentations, discussion, and viewing/listening to materials such as the TV show Siqayinqoba Beat It! Which is a TV prog
 ial wellbeing of children and households affected by HIV and AIDS, poverty and conflict. This activity will be an official book launch of these e
H grupales. Los momentos del taller son: aprendiendo a vivir con el virus, verdades y mitos, somos un cuerpo, impacto de la pandemia y la e
as habilidades necesarias para neutralizar los mensajes desfavorables a los condones y abogar en favor de una cultura por la vida que reco
 dapted to fit different contexts.<br> Participants will participate in activities which will help them to reflect on their own attitudes towards youn
overnment more and more focuses on MSM HIV prevention in recent years. But relevant policy making and resource investment can not me

rses in this approach.Both will welcome participants and speakers, both will introduce speakers and topic in turn




d AIDS. It will also examine various models for the delivery of care and treatment for children and the key challenges involved in scaling up p

 as matured in recent years, so a more global approach to harm reduction has developed – encompassing human rights, non-injecting drug u
  treatment, homophobia, stigma and discrimination, etc., in countries and within social environments where denial of the existence of sex am
 oing research and monitoring. This session will examine a range of evidence and theorising about the impact of conflict and disasters on HIV
e la región de Latinoamérica. Una herramienta para mejorar el acceso al tratamiento y atención es la vigilancia ciudadana. En este taller los
administrativas contables y de control presupuestario que garanticen el adecuado y correcto uso de los recursos provenientes de donacione

o collaborations with other Latin American and US researchers.
 esponsible HIV and AIDS reporting.
 l be taught how some of those “elements of sensuousness” can be used in their own area of work. The workshop will also try to explore new
e discapacidades es una cuestión emergente en la atención de ITS/SIDA, considerando la vulnerabilidad de las personas con discapacidad
 r progress in developing a comprehensive definition. Care and support service providers in Uganda will highlight the issues, challenges and
an en un bar. Empiezan a hablar de sus vidas, del uso del preservativo y de los rechazos que han sufrido en la vida porque siempre han exig
 e to HIV infection and HIV discrimination and stigma. It will also emphasize the need to involve targeted groups in identifying their needs and
  about HIV/Aids. They come from different parts of India, each with its own genre and each with a different view about HIV/Aids. Each film us
  organizations include: International Save the Children Alliance, UNICEF, The Coalition on Children affected by AIDS (CCABA), The Teresa
 eak. At this the XVII Aids Conference Honey bee will turn 18. Rather than simply perform Honey Bee we want to encourage participants exp
nd homophobia, drug use and addiction, classism, and racism. The mission is to provide youth with the skills to reduce the impact of stigma,
s, cuya vulnerabilidad es enfatizada en los servicios médicos a los que acuden por un registro sanitario obligatorio y con costo. Se compartir
d problems of access in higher income settings.Both chairs will individually introduce the speakers in rotation. Both chairs will thank the audie

with caring for sick husbands and family members, they also take on extra tasks to support the household: They grow the food, fetch water a

acing these challenges and the barriers that have been overcome and those that they still face and how far decentralisation should go. The s
d on human rights. Who is leading in changing the AIDS response to meet the needs of women and girls? Who is accountable? What is mis
h to address the concerns of those who promote it. Speakers will examine whether criminalization of HIV transmission advances either the p

statement from co-chair2.
 y account of the 2006 IAC set against the realities of "life on the ground" in the epicenter of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, Durban South Africa. It
RRIBA" revela el conflicto que vive un hombre tocado por la desgracia y denuncia el rechazo y la marginación que la sociedad le obliga a pa
   HIV-related entry restrictions, to review the outcomes of the International Task Team on HIV-related Travel Restrictions and to plan for coun
 de las ITS y VIH en jóvenes. Los participantes recibirán un ejemplar del video y una guía de uso. El uso posterior que le den en sus países d
 the tensions between Advocacy & PR requirements The Q and A and ongoing discussion will help other civil society actors & PLWH organiz
rmitido incrementar el alcance de las informaciones dirigidas a las mujeres a fin de aumentar los conocimientos a cerca de las formas trans
 ds. This would be a screening, an update, and question and answer session.<br><br>Presenter: Masereka, Nelson.<br> Co-presenter: Muh
   networks are at the table. And, though more money than ever before is funding the AIDS response, women are largely absent when decisio
 s. It focuses on the rationale for and progress on an action plan containing recommendations for policy and programming, a research agend
make core WHO staff available for any questions and discussions on medicine-related topics
revention efforts. Over the past 20 years, research and practice have determined the efficacy of a wide range of behavioral, biomedical, and
sive program put in place by the Ministry of Health of Cameroon with the support of ANRS will be presented as an example of the contributio
h system approach argue that strengthening existing structures in the national system is crucial to the long-term sustainability of AIDS and ot
addiction including: risk behaviors associated with both injection and non-injection drug abuse; how substance abuse alters brain function an
 age, universal precautions and the human rights of all healthcare workers.
es to more effectively reach HIV-affected children and families living in extreme poverty; expand access to essential services; strengthen fam
donde los temas fundamentales son la aceptacion de su condicion homosexual, su homofobia, su dolor, sus miedos, su desesperanzas, el t
 open access journals. The purpose is to have a lively dialogue on how scientific journals can participate in raising research capacity, so as
 t to persons living with HIV and AIDS. For example, it is estimated that the Roman Catholic Church alone provides at least 25% of the world’
ung women represent a disproportionate majority of HIV-infections. While there are specific youth-related universal access targets, young pe
 egrate HIV prevention, care and treatment.          The panellists will discuss: Trends in HIV incidence/prevalence and treatment coverage in
 gthening. This shift in donor trends is causing concern that investment in AIDS responses may be reduced, thereby threatening the achiev
 n India is still very much a concentrated epidemic and not a generalized one. This means it is still highly specific to the three high risk groups
cteristics is important to provide the greatest opportunity to achieve this goal. Early establishment of a strong therapeutic alliance between th
   a significant decline in HIV prevalence. The decline has been well documented and was confirmed using several different data sources and
and TB - policy and program challenges which may not fall within the parameters of current global fora discussions. Collaborative activities ac
  ill continue globally, despite the significant scientific challenges, but a fine tuning of messages and actions is in order. Enormous advances h
y of organizations in East Africa that are dedicated to providing services to HIV/AIDS patients and their families. Through the presentation of
 Johannesburg to build Botshabelo, a village and school that provides orphaned children with shelter, food and education. The stories of the o
 justices that cause HIV’s spread. The Metis do not feel “transgendered” is an adequate identification. As a third nature people they are rich in
RRIBA" revela el conflicto que vive un hombre tocado por la desgracia y denuncia el rechazo y la marginación que la sociedad le obliga a pa

 rary, radical, human and very intimate. The piece in its work in progress form was discovered to be clearly lending to the problem of HIV/AID
ata la falta de acceso a los servicios de salud, en particular de prevención, tratamiento atención y apoyo en VIH.<br><br>Presenter: Dregreg
 munity and to build the essential links between public health and human rights, the issue of HR as an organizing tool and the technical docum
? Under what circumstances should the criminal law be used? Is the law being one-sided? Is the introduction and exercise of the criminal law
 e fight against unintended pregnancy and HIV and other sexually transmitted infections. Respect Yourself. Protect Yourself. is based on a hig

rognosis and clinical decisions.
e summary from chair 2 and a highlight of key recommendations arising from the session.
lusion remarks (2 mins)

ernational agencies, and the drug industry that have successfully designed and implemented proven and/or efficient models of integral care
 of this policy change ; to examine where this fundamental shift has come from, and why it is happening now. Additionally there will be an exa
  proven technique to reduce HIV transmission. This session will explore difficult issues rather than asserting fixed positions. The discussion
 r greater involvement of the most at risk populations mentioned above. "Since 1996, there has been dramatic progress in involving PLHIV in
 nd lessons from country experiences and explores future scientific directions, building participant capacity for strategic implementation and s
are the secrets of their success in this workshop, using role plays, interactive skits, and audience participation.
 IDS around the world, particularly in areas such as sub-Saharan Africa, there is a great need for health professionals to feel comfortable with
 d Zambia) will be presented on initiatives that addressed nursing needs. The case studies will be followed by an open discussion on the exp
HIV community mobilisation efforts. Remember, if it is not in the news, it does not exist.
 triple therapy is essential to prevent new infections.
y and HIV Education. Both are vital for, but if given in isolation do not result, in sustainable long term behavioral change. The session will ref
 survive financially? This workshop looks at ways of assisting PLHIV to generate income and live fuller and more productive lives. It will exa
nd psychological suffering cripple and deprive society of vibrant human beings.
 based and secular organizations responding to HIV – strengths, weaknesses, pitfalls, challenges and why do it at all?! The skills building wo

 ther problems from the time of diagnosis to the end of life. Palliative care also includes bereavement care and the care of orphans and vulne
heir target as well as contributing to the cause related to the community itself. The main character is a male to female transgender person w
of the actors, who do not speak but wear colorful costumes, which are from normal life, so that the audience can relate to them easily. The p
challenges related to the female condom; the recognition of the broader importance of civil society involvement to ensure that trials are cond
todas las preguntas que deseen y que les sirvan para poder implementar esta misma metodología en sus países. Unidad de Atención Sicoló
  programs within other high-risk communities. The lessons are packaged into monologues, rap songs or poetry for broadcast on local and in
ommunity across the U.S and internationally on issues related to sex worker rights. Ms. Passion has 9 years of experience in sex work. She

99 to over $10 billion per year today. While this figure remains well below estimates of what is required to achieve universal access, progress
 ntability for Universal Action. AIDS Ambassadors have demonstrated extensive knowledge and understanding of key challenges in HIV/AID
 ded within scientific programs of Conferences, although it is as valid a form of analysis as any other. By bringing together four important writ


 l it, positive prevention, what means prevention among people living with HIV.<br><br>Presented by Luiza Cromack<br>Brazil
  Involvement of People Living with HIV in Healthcare” and “ART scale up” and speakers will feature discussions with general public.<br><br>



 eakers and thank participants




 para las mujeres que viven con VIH, incluyendo al ginecologica, el derecho de eligir sobre la reproduccion, planificacion familiar, y prevencio
po de vecino hace justicia por mano propia. La historia continúa con los encuentros y desencuentros de una pareja, enmarcada en la desinfo
 ove accountability and representation of communities on the boards of the Global Fund, UNAIDS and UNITAID. It will include a panel of civi
nt of proposals? At this session you will learn successful strategies from NGOs that have done it!
people together in a way that can cause real change in the response to the epidemic but may have negative consequences in financial cost,



 been developed in response to the need of NGOs to furthermore increase their responses to the HIV health crisis.




tions, there is a serious issue being raised whether Human Rights based approaches are really effective, especially in the context of criminal
 ed for food, including clean water, and nutritional support to accompany ART, home-based care programs and programs for children affecte
 ty; help people problem solve; build networks to share future information; and, open eyes to a new visual world.
pectations, community involvement in results dissemination and the role of communities in a complicated and somewhat uncertain AIDS vacc
 ce organizations to harness and leverage local and community-based resources to scale-up their services and increase adherence and patie
 ida. Las actividades guiarán a los y las participantes en la identificación de obstáculos de acceso a tratamiento integral que usualmente enfr
pida intervenção, no caso das pessoas cujo resultado do teste é positivo.
  taller, los participantes desarrollarán sus redes mediante el intercambio de ideas, experiencias y estrategias sobre el desarrollo de grupos d
o en distintos escenarios. Este taller propone un abordaje multidisciplinario a la prevención de la transmisión vertical de VIH/SIDA y sífilis, de
 nción del VIH/SIDA utilizando estrategias multi-culturales de prevención.
  60% to policy and practice at the community level. "Operation Abraham" - a Jerusalem AIDS Project model for technology transfer and train
nd some individual and some group dance, drama and performance art around the theme of health and human rights- including the right of s
 ng results in the laboratory, as well as the status of clinical studies with microbicides containing ART. The concept of "low dose oral intake o
 South Asia. Panos will provide a briefing of key outcomes and issues emerging from the conference to in-country dialogues and will facilitate
 nder woman capturing their shared realities: the love and separation of their families, the support of their friends, the struggle with their religi
 de que ha sido creado e implementado como una plataforma de expresión para todos y todas aquellas que quieran compartir de vihva voz s
mérica Latina. Las temáticas abarcadas son acceso universal a información básica sobre VIH y sida, mensajes de solidaridad a PVVS, discr
active learning experience.
amienta eficaz para fortalecer la respuesta regional al VIH desde una mirada de diálogo entre adultos y jóvenes. Esta actividad busca hacer
  “The Vagina Monologues”, to demonstrate how social, economic, and cultural factors increase gender related vulnerability to HIV. It will incl




ort the discussion session

 peaker. Following final questions/comments the session will end with a brief summary by co-chair2.

and rights is the right of girls and women, as well as, boys and men and must be part of comprehensive prevention and care strategies. Thi
and for information on accessing the Global Fund grant money. This interactive workshop will provide information on how the Global Fund w
 le condoms to a global response to HIV/AIDS and identifies challenges to making it accessible. Participants will learn why female condom pr
m, training, media and advocacy and communication materials that seek to change the fundamental power imbalance between women and
sponses. Most countries report low prevalence, while data suggests higher prevalence coupled with risks and vulnerability factors among sp
 mujeres y trabajadores migrantes. En asociación con líderes comunitarios, PVVS y ONG’s asi como el Departamento de Salud del estado d
on the rise and new challenges are emerging for persons living with HIV, as well as for marginalised communities most affected by HIV. Wh
l address the significance of respecting HHRR of TTT, share lessons learned on community mobilization, strategic alliances and programme
st and provide a space in which they can share their own successes with regard to youth-led advocacy. It will also impart a framework throug
 e se ha abordado este tema a nivel mundial y nacional. <br><br>Office of Human Rights<br>Guatemala

s film is followed by debates around the world and has been shown in many international and national film festivals, at universities and NGOs
he participation of young people in the Conference and discuss in a panel how can we improve it for the next IAC.<br><br>Global Youth Coa
ssion could be for religious leaders the stages of disclosure can also apply to any individual who is in the process or contemplating on how to
con un chico gay. La siguiente escena combina video y acción escénica. El enamoramiento entre ellos se da en las calles de la ciudad cuan
pes, particularly about women, in the HIV TV spots produced in Latin America and the Caribbean • A shared understanding of how these ste

d care. The presentation includes three case studies of church responses; working with the hijra/eunuch communities involved in sex work in
hallenge is the alliance with civil society to develop synergies with other governments and the Spanish Cooperation.
ns. The Botswana AIDS Impact Survey (BAIS II) of 2004 puts the HIV prevalence among the general population at 17.1 %, with the 2006 Bo
 l and reproductive health are important to us all, at all stages of our lives. Yet, globally, far too many PLHIV are denied their right to sexual an
n of these services has highlighted some salient issues that need to be addressed. The scale up of HTC has led to some task shifting, inclu
y contribute to HIV, STIs, gender-based violence and other health-related problems. These programs share a 'transformative approach' that
 ears, significantly so for the most recent estimates published by UNAIDS and WHO in November 2007. People who are not involved directly
d that 33.2 million people are infected worldwide. The incidence of the disease is still very high, with an estimated 2.5 million people newly inf
g support generates strong returns to both individuals and society, often stronger than investments in primary, secondary, or higher educatio
 fight organized crime, and bilateral agreements with the United States focused on strengthening security, where human rights are not a prio
 and female condoms are a key component of combination prevention strategies individuals can use at different times in their life to reduce t
atin American response to the HIV/AIDS pandemic has had on the defence of human, political, social and civil rights, as well as on the non-d
of evidence for policy and practice. There will be examples and presentations from Malawi, Uganda and Zambia. Prof. David Ross of LSHT
on on a new international labour standard: an autonomous recommendation on HIV and AIDS in the world of work. The new standard is exp
 the Three Ones Principles, Nigeria is slowly but surely reversing the trend of the epidemic. What specific strategies were employed? To

aremos el tema de los derechos sexuales.<br><br>Teatro Cabaret Las Reinas Chulas A.C.<br>México
educational programme managers accountable to the needs of those most affected by HIV/AIDS. Presenter: Morgan, Nicholas, Yannick Hem
 rophylaxis to prevent opportunistic infections. Identification of HIV-exposed children and their enrolment into care and treatment (C&T) servi
 parts of the world. During a transfusion of blood infected with HIV, the recipient is exposed to more infectious material than by any other m
hip, capacity building efforts supported by this collaboration have reached more than 4000 resource persons from nearly 40 countries in Afric
es in transmission, disease progression and disease manifestations and response to therapy among the different HIV-1 subtypes. To desc

 ICW and “Strategies from the South”. These networks will consider the main issues of interest for women and girls, related to improving and
untry-level strategies and strengthen links to global efforts. This session fits within the overall conference theme of emphasizing the need f
  Access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support, and Universal Access to reproductive health. Linked programming can help ensure
entatives of a variety of companies and sectors will participate. Discussion items will include: cause-related marketing and advocacy initiativ
ogram managers in an effort to bridge the evidence-policy divide that persists in the region and build sustainable in-country capacity to develo
or social and behavior change. This has challenged AED and Grassroot Soccer to look across their country programs for best practices that
n of a multisectoral AIDS response, at large scale? The presentation will include findings from recent research undertaken by RENEWAL and
  studies (with subsequent panel discussion) highlighting current management challenges and dilemmas.
mentation, and sharing of programs that respond to the HIV/AIDS needs, in different situations. National performance with respect to produ
 nated through the Diaspora Stream at AIDS 2006 and to update existing and potential network members on the progress of the global netwo
 o HIV treatment, prevention, care and support. Conversely, the HIV epidemic has further exacerbated the health workforce crisis, by signif
 orkers. Avahan is closely involved in programme strategy, integration and monitoring pace and quality from the field. The majority of the te
ommendable commitment, it is ironic that for over 20 years, the United States has barred HIV-positive people from immigrating to the United
 ntegrated Management of Adolescent and Adult Illness/Integrated Management of Childhood Illness (IMAI/IMCI) tools kit, while others have
  demonstrate that a business response to AIDS in vulnerable countries is more than charity or corporate social responsibility, but a vital inve

  e AAI will present both the background and rationale for rating different actors responses to the AIDS epidemic as well as the results of our 2
  h HIV/AIDS, Men having Sex with Men, sex workers, drug users, faith-based groups, indigenous communities, AIDS service organizations, e
 heir Staying Alive Campaign. The discussion will highlight results of a recent evaluation of the Y-PEER network that showed that &#8232;e
 f the Gender and HIV Research Network at a satellite session at the XVII International AIDS Conference. This Network has been initiated to
equired to forge an effective, women-led community response to HIV and AIDS and are ready now to share their lessons and practices with g
as a sound prevention intervention. Unfortunately, the HIV/AIDS community, the homeless community and those parties that address poverty
  second half of the satellite. Speakers from ICW Latina, Athena, and Human Rights Watch will contribute.Mary Robinson, ICW Patron, and D
                                                                                                           

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e have sex, how we live it, how we feel, how we express it, to sum it up “Putting Sexuality on the Table”.
ailure to do this, by continuing to hid
 tion drug use (IDU) and HIV among female IDUs; Current status, utilization (availability, coverage and quality) and evidence of effectivenes
d efficacy of NRTI backbones and in this session we will attempt to put some of the recent safety and efficacy data on abacavir into context. F
  not happening. With the exception of some bilaterals and foundations the funding policies of several of the major HIV and SRH donors are
  and the drivers of the epidemic. Then it is also paramount to know your response, so that countries and regions are able to understand gaps
 rth Africa.     As an interdisciplinary group of scholars with membership from the Middle East, North Africa, Europe, United States and other
ence than among those who have not. Where there is stigma and discrimination against people living with HIV/AIDS, fear of violence may pr
  s can be prepared to join the clinical care team. This strategy enables scaling up and decentralisation of HIV services in many resource-poo
 of the Global Fund brought a unique governance structure that moved beyond ‘a place at the table’ to ‘equal’ and full voting membership, infl
o fill the funding gap, progress on HIV/AIDS is undermined by insufficient resources and by the failure to get resources to hardest hit commu
ctural drivers of HIV & AIDS stigma and discrimination as they have manifested in the Caribbean, and developments in epidemiology and ho
 realities of AIDS. An HIV rap, personal stories, open forum on how young people can act Universally to stop AIDS. How does it work with rhy
  Ludo Dufour, MTV Staying Alive<br>United Kingdom

ear articulaciones que nos permita organizarnos y actuar para que nuestros pares no se vean afectados. <br><br>Centro de atención integra
 olicies of the Global Fund in the developing world we want to have an open discussion with the participants to share experiences and learn f

ent from erotic media, such as porn films. The Pleasure Project will address these issues by showing attendees how (and why) to motivate
evels and quality of financial resources invested in HIV, the extent to which specific manifestation of gender inequality is addressed as part of
 n of HIV-positive pregnant women receiving antiretroviral prophylaxis to reduce the risk of transmission increased from 10% in 2004 to 23%
 g to routinize HIV screening and making it an essential part of health care in all US cities, this New Directions and New Models in HIV Servic
very different models and, in some cases, have reached starkly different conclusions. Increasingly the leaders of the AIDS response in high b
 ersal access to HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment. It will also highlight the work of Mobilizing for RH/HIV Integration, a partnership be
onse in these three countries. The objective of the session is to highlight the impact of HIV in three countries and the success of national re
munication an intensive international debate is taking place. Some institutions took different positions. A Closed Hearing took place in Gene
 frica. Kondwani Chirambo will present findings from information collected in six countries - Malawi, Namibia, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzani
and a major cause of death elsewhere. It is also the most common presenting illness among PLHIV on ARV treatment worldwide. The increa
 municate and manage expectations around trial results in an increasingly complex world of HIV prevention research. Between December

 evolution that has occurred in biological research—a revolution driven by young investigators using new technologies and innovative strateg
oint Programme on HIV/AIDS Regional Support Team for East and Southern Africa, and the Southern Africa Development Community (SAD
minent death sentence. And yet, the very success of international efforts in getting people access to life-saving drugs is also posing an entirel
  30 years. Africa has been the worst hit with overall negative GDP growth of 1.1 percent between 1980 and 2000 and an increase in poverty
 ities and individuals, including those directly impacted and their caregivers. The presenters in this satellite session describe psychosocial an
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nfections among PLHA as well as HIV transmission from positive people to others. 
he concept of positive prevention is relatively new in mo
 ce in Angola remains at relative lower levels (2.1%). In this respect, the government of Angola considers that there is an important window o
s and lessons learned are sometimes utilized as the good model for intervention in some country without realization about its unavoided cons
ges and many recent trials have had disappointing results. Because a near perfect biomedical intervention for preventing HIV infection is unli
 s learned: Micro-credit to groups of PLWH are possible and can be sustainable. The partnership between Micro-finance institutions and org
ation and inclusion of delegation input will be encouraged.
 ures could allow a HIV-infected mother to safely continue breastfeeding to maximize survival of her infant. Data from a recent trial in Malawi
  an asset -not- liability vis-à-vis HIV/AIDS. Just imagine the world without India? The path for generics is not without major hurdles and henc
 sus miedos, su desesperanzas, el temor a la soledad, al rechazo social por la posibilidad de vivir con vih y sus expectativas de vida a travé

and Spanish.<br><br>San Francisco State University<br>United States
ndition of children impacted by AIDS in China and how Chi Heng Foundation help their life by supporting them to go back to school and provid
 ives. This will enable sex workers to more effectively participate in the Scientific Program of the conference. A moderator will introduce the s
  ve banner, others will sing and dance. Mostly, this will be done by members of LIVE ALIVE FOUNDATION, Nigeria who are aged 5-16.<br><
on of their point of view alongside others who work for HIV harm reduction. The session will focus on discussing policies that support or hind
 s as well as thank the audience.



he remaining time to facilitate additional Q&A session and provide concluding remarks based on the session content.

senior scientists and advocacy leadership in the area of HIV vaccine and microbicides research. The session will explore where the field is h
at is your monitoring methodology? What/Whom do you monitor? What are your chief findings and recommendations? How will you use thes
uate judgements of sexual behaviors and identities that make reaching vulnerable populations more difficult. This session will provide an ana
e live in a developed or developing country, what are the true motivations of our enrollment? Does inequality in access to health care affect
ple living with HIV in this region) and children are particularly affected by the pandemic.Despite the fact that new surveys and calculation mod

mbién en el ámbito personal descubriendo la propia sexualidad y desarrollando mecanismos que ayuden en la educación y prevención, me

 imination by providing an easy way to access legal advice and assistance. This session will provide steps for creating an online legal help lin
ns working on HIV/AIDS and women’s rights.
 h as plenary, special and bridging sessions and how abstracts are used. After being exposed to a variety of issues and challenges, science a
process, which encourages a lot of sharing by the participants using the workshop materials guided by the facilitator. In the process, particip

ng those who suffer from discrimination.
 amas y material didáctico; diapositivas sobre la iniciativa de capacitación docente, con resultados cuantitativos y cualitativos, análisis de los
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 éxico.
 ect<br>United Kingdom.
elarse el ángel pasa por diferentes estados humanos. Teatro, acrobacia, trapecio y telas desde el humor y la ironía deja un claro mensaje a
 e the changes underway to help improve the lives of children.<br><br>Presenter: Dawit, Tamara <br>Canada
ches to country-level operations research; 4) To discuss the importance of building research capacity in resource-limited settings as a critical
 ase status, co-morbidities, pre-existing conditions, and other factors. The cases on antiretroviral therapy failure will illustrate complex issues
                                                                                             

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nding for the HIV/AIDS response, new initiatives and current policy environment. <br><br>
lenary Speakers include: <br>
 eoffrey Garnett, U




 al experience to enhance alternative forms of relations that are based on the recognition of the intrinsic dignity of the human person. This wil




o satisfy? What difference does HIV make? By creating places where we can talk about our sexual desires and experiences, we can find bet

ation of some relevant information, some reflection exercises and discussion.<br><br>Ipas<br>United States
health movement. This session intends to highlight the opportunities for AIDS related advocacy within the maternal health movement and fin
facilitated question and answer session that engages the audience in questions about the development process, implementation activities an




but the vulnerability of populations and to move beyond the standard approaches used in epidemiology and surveillance in public health. M

eyond the local or national level, ICT tools such as e-groups, blogs, e-petitions and voting, distance learning courses, online social networking
 for Children within their Circle of Care”
ultures. Some misconceptions and reflections are offered to advance trans-cultural interdisciplinary research, education, and practice.
a successful prevention strategy.

ed toward service delivery projects and programs for which tracking outputs and assessing results are relatively straightforward. This joint se
t Tool”?), and 3) Knowing your resource requirements (How to budget a strategic plan and allocate resources?). The components will be ev
 and empowerment among each other. By the end of this workshop, participants will realize diverse empowerment strategies that are easy t


 en aquella época. El segundo, que convivió con él gana conciencia de no infectarse y disminuir el estigma. El tercero es un amigo de ambo
w style interview with a current or former ministry official on country-level resource needs and the impact of IMF program policies. Advocacy a
n del virus del VIH.Asociaciòn Comitè Contra El SIDA, CabañasEl Salvador
 s gaining visibility and reaching a broad and diverse public. The T-shirts and clothes focus on human rights and STD/AIDS prevention and ta

ns performed by puppets.<br><br>Presenter: Val, Marta<br>UNIFEM
nerating activities, and skills courses. Through this session RENSIDA aims to highlight the importance of local communities taking responsib




HIV/AIDS prevention and calling for a change. The performance would be quite attractive because the songs are unique and will be presente
to go to honour their UNGASS commitments? What are the results delivered and challenges? How can other partners complement their ef
erging epidemic in some Asian countries will be included.
 isk and the particular vulnerabilities that migrant populations face. It will also highlight how migration may be propelled by global inequalities
 gh cost-effective means of prevention. Comprehensive sex education and school based interventions for girls and boys should be considere
  growing recognition that the solution lies in reorganization of clinical services and of the demography of the health workforce. The task shift

 HIV/AIDS and treatment. Through this international project, CATIE successfully trained women with HIV who were leaders in the AIDS move
 erte y la inexistencia de las drogas que revierten la enfermedad eran los protagonistas excluyentes. Se recuerda la incomprensión de las fam
 and united strategies. It provides the tools and space for sex workers to explain our lived experiences and risks as part of wider global canva
using on HIV prevention messages, in an informal, innovative and exciting workshop format designed to involve the relevant target population
una colección con mensajes alusivos al uso del condón. Se intervinieron con condones las ropas y zapatos deportivos de moda de los jóven
                                                  

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 ion of HIV infection” will be debated.<br><br>
 aitri<br>
 

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 e forman parte de este espectáculo abordan la temática del VIH y/o algún área de la sexualidad humana. Con ello se pretende sensibilizar
ar Publisher) and launched during the Conference. The Satellite mixes presentations based on chapters of the Book and presentations of hig
 ls and enhancement or simulation of the negative signals generated by non-HIV microbes may lead to the development of new anti-HIV stra
  will start with a short presentation by the Global Fund Secretariat providing the audience with an update on the progress of Global Fund gra
DS response, as well as consider the implications of the changing world around AIDS, in order to chart options for the long-term response an
dustry - Key lessons learned and future opportunities - Priorities for research that ILF can address, building on industry investment and poten
 ncluding an overview of the scientific evidence related to food and nutritional support and treatment outcomes (including adherence), as well
y best practices will be highlighted, in addition to opportunities and challenges in scaling up programming and funding for gender action.     D
0) of the 2.1 million AIDS deaths and 6% (2.1 million) the 33.2 million people living with HIV. In sub-Saharan Africa, the region most affected b
d country response to HIV/AIDS in sub-Saharan Africa, the Bank undertook a major consultative and extensive analytical process to reshape
vely impacted populations that are at risk for HIV. Epidemiologic studies have indicated rates ranging from 26% to 78% (Herbst, J., et al, 20

g women about HIV and AIDS and to help counteract the stigma that surrounds the illness. It combines case study material alongside activiti
e starting to make a more active investment in systems strengthening. A concerted global effort is now required if the world is to take full a
nd operational characteristics of the product; and an inspection of the manufacturing site for compliance with globally recognized quality stan
 oots leaders working on the frontlines of community-based research, and policy-makers. The panelists will discuss the work needed to deve
 t testimony on the biggest challenges overcome, this satellite will answer some of the most pressing questions facing full-scale HIV preventio
propriate understandings of sex, love and intimacy will enable them to relate to their own sexuality in safe, responsible, and positive ways. Th
es and their communities. Despite the severity of this situation, many people still think of AIDS as something that affects adults. Some peo
 on but a few. Since this action was first taken, the world has gone through many humanitarian crises among them the Tsunami and the Moz
ty including; Dr. Dan Kuritzkes from Harvard Medical School, Dr. Anton Pozniack from Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, and Dr. Rafael Ca
  indie y hip hop de Mexico, Chile, Alemania y USA. Los presentadores son figuras públicas relacionadas a la música (Veejay de MTV Latinam
 ser to the Prime Minister of Australia. He maintains a close interest in the potential impact of the HIV/AIDS epidemic on the social, economic
  rticularly women. The 33% abstinence-until-marriage funding directive, codified in the original authorizing legislation for PEPFAR, has not o
everal programmatic domains taking in account a rational organization of the fight. This organization comes along with efforts in the field of th
 o testing. Current VCT models will not provide the screening required to contain the virus globally. This session will look at new models that e
 te sector response to the national fight.
 he World Bank, UNAIDS Secretariat and WHO as an evidence-based and data-driven review to determine epidemic potential in specific and
do you tell your children that their mother is HIV positive? It also takes a comprehensive perspective on HIV. The symposium also includes
be shared, highlighting progress, strengths and challenges experienced to date. An overview of the historical struggles in fostering multi-sect
  e countries in sub-Saharan Africa: Ghana, Rwanda, and South Africa. All three offer important lessons related to efforts to criminalize gende
 njecting drug users, with particular focus on the role of peers, case management, and integrated treatment and care.
 HIV/AIDS and treatment. Through this international project, CATIE successfully trained women with HIV who were leaders in the AIDS move

ante.<br><br>Fangoria Nice<br>México
manera clara, fresca y precisa cómo es directamente afectada la vida de las personas que son estigmatizadas y discriminadas y la valentía
eaming stories interwoven in the lives of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. From this the performance itself will then tell the stories
eir values, their beliefs and attitudes around health issues. They will take a stand regarding these statements, whether they agree or disagre
esgo y VIH, diferencias entre la bisexualidad, homosexualidad, transgeneridad e intersexualidad. ¿Por qué se habla de diversidad sexual y d
it puts forward recognized as being valid. The creating and perfecting of public policies on AIDS has become a critical knot in most countries
ving them and effective ways to achieve that.

munautaire et sur une responsabilisation des personnes atteintes. Cet atelier de renforcement des capacités s’inspire de ces acquis. Ce tem




en public policy is drafted. Due to the controversial nature of behaviour associated with sexual and drug-related transmission, certain interest

man rights issues: implications on policy and laws for different vulnerable groups of PLHIV; implications of treatment and care on positive pr
a more academic approach. It will cover issues such as the factors that are responsible for their overrepresentation, the human rights violat
-a consequence because HIV-positive women offer suffer abuse when disclosing their status. This dialogue aims to highlight common strate
y, advocating for both policy and programmatic change will help to mitigate stigma and discrimination through integrating issues affecting OV
ppreciate its importance and there is uncertainty of how to conduct it; these result in missed funding opportunities. This workshop will provid


 prevenir nuevas infecciones. Estamos preparados para manejar información relevante en países en vías de desarrollo y como hacer frente
s and men and women differently to reduce vulnerability.



 it is important to bust those myths and misconceptions and the means/methods of busting them. A feedback whether the film is effective en
gy, audio, digital music recording, community arts and dance will provide a positive direction and healthy outlet for our participants to express
  una vida normal. Estudia, tiene una banda de rock, le gusta leer, salir y conocer chicas. Su mayor conflicto es el de contar o no contar su c
 rán con metodologías, aprendizajes y recursos que fortalezcan su intervención a favor de niños, niñas y adolescentes afectados por el VIH.
 ácticas al respecto y estudios de caso. El debate interactivo con los participantes será promovido para lograr los objetivos de las sesiones.<
o improve behavioural approaches, addressing and understanding structural approaches, how to make programmes work and scale them up
estrictions.Since the beginning of the HIV epidemic some governments have implemented discriminatory travel restrictions in regards to HIV
 HIV) Leadership to address the epidemic. The session will be a platform for sharing the outcomes of the official pre-conference to the Interna
d by current global AIDS funding architecture and dialogue on accountability for delivery of effective and efficient AIDS programs.<br>UNAID
                           

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 general public.<br><br>
lenary Speakers include: <br>
 yron Cohen, United States<br>
deeba Kamarulzaman, Malaysia<br>

                                                          

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and give them concluding remarks




os personajes ficticios en la tentativa de favorecer el desarrollo del proceso educativo. El guión muestra la historia de una joven que, sin pla
 . Religious voices that speak up for effective HIV prevention and care will be lisened to. This session highlights the responses from six differ
 h men within HIV. Panelists will explore what we know about what works in transforming men’s gender related practices and what role wome
om documenting abuses to national and international litigation; and to illustrate how these strategies can be effectively implemented through


 ipants.
mitments have been made at UNGASS, MDGs and ICPD to reduce infection rates among young people and fully involve them in the respons
 ns. Meanwhile various strategies to increase access to testing in different countries are being implemented. Numerous concerns remain on
anning, service delivery and monitoring, and will provide a framework for further research and state-of-the-art for action in the most affected r
 laboration; identify and meet potential collaborators; understand cultural competencies critical to the conduct of HIV/AIDS research in the reg
 sentimientos de las personas con VIH y la importancia del apoyo social; y para conocer cómo evaluar los grupos de jóvenes con los que va
 rk in HIV neurological diagnoses and epidemiology, providing the participants with an overview of peripheral neuropathy, HIV-associated dem

e been shown to increase rates of HIV testing in affected communities. Using a successful Tanzanian programme as an example, this intera
 n igual diagnostico con la intención de erigir, desarrollar y reflexionar acerca de las limitaciones, procesos y potencialidades comunes que s
 dent about their ability to talk openly about sex, sexuality and sexual behaviour. The session is interactive with small group discussions and
 sexual y prevención de VIH/SIDA de poblaciónes con discapacidad visual. La finalidad de este taller es ayudar a lograr que las personas cie
s an asset for a better future.
education for LGBTQ and youth living with HIV/AIDS and will continue its expansion for a more global action. The Audience will give it constr

 mínimo de elementos de producción escénica y un máximo de imaginación creadora.<br><br>Opera Súbita<br>México
sexual life challenges when the spouse is away. This story addresses all preventive messages on HIV/AIDS and promotion of HIV tests withi
eaders, creates the false sense that India’s morality will protect it from AIDS. Together, they lead to discrimination against HIV-affected indiv
at are youth-led, honest, relevant, accessible and respectful to their needs and experiences will be discussed. Participants will create links w
 and to be an educational tool for direct service providers, particularly when accompanied by the discussion guide. Among others, it provides
                                                    

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in CCMs and GFATM-related advocacy.<br><br>
enya AIDS NGO Consortium<br>
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 orthern corridor is popularly known, into the highway of hope.<br><br>Presenter: Chowdhury, Syed Asif Altaf<br>United Kingdom
HIV and AIDS. To provide regional updates on existing programs, services, research and initiatives targeted at queer African and Black popu



 udience

 allenges of involving PLHIV in the response, with a special focus on HIV positive women and girls.
 proach. It will build the participants’ skills to better understand and address the positive prevention needs of people living with HIV.
ence speakers from the latest regional conference will propose some questions for discussion and some of the most relevant are: What has
 o plan, implement and evaluate HIV prevention programmes in a range of settings. Particular attention will be paid to innovative evaluation a
alue? 3) How to measure progress in achieving rights? The session will look at how PLHIV exercise their individual sexual health and reprod
                                                                                                        

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para ser representada por dos actores, que a su vez representarán diversos personajes.<br><br>
IHDARTE, Centro de desarrollo participa




 iones personales. Consideramos al cuerpo como parte integral en la continua transformación de la identidad, y percibimos a los transexuale
  vulnerabilidad, entre otros. La gobernabilidad, transparencia y rendición de cuentas de las redes, su situación actual y problemáticas relacio
 activities carried out in Mexico. Videos in English subtitled to Spanish.<br><br>Dance4Life<br>Netherland
on efforts have failed to stop the spread of the virus, when there is a desperate need for innovative, HIV testing/screening initiatives worldwid

 e, Melissa Hope<br>United States
 g and other human rights violations inherent in the 100% Condom Use Program. The 2nd premier is a film about the genocide of transgende
angarajan, the Chief Economic Adviser to the Prime Minister of India, the Commission comprises eminent epidemiologists, AIDS specialists,
 rnational, national and local leaders, the U.S. Government supports integrated prevention, treatment and care programs. The Emergency Pl

 owledgeable and experienced about sex, assert their masculinity through sexual conquests, and physically and sexually dominate women (W
 rticular, Goal 6 of the MDGs: Combat HIV/AIDS, Malaria and Other Diseases – countries must ensure that the resources are directed towar
 e. Enrolling girls and keeping them in school longer is now directly associated with lower risk of HIV infection in most of East and Southern
  s goals in HIV and in sexual and reproductive health. In June 2006, at the United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS), M
ompared to non-disabled population. Also, due to medical advances, people living with AIDS have a higher survival rate due to medical adva
 V/AIDS epidemic in the US. We will put forth examples of where we were successful and where we need further investment.
 wly infected with HIV in 2006. One out of two infected newborns will die before age two in absence of treatment (UNICEF, 2008). AIDS leads
 s, is a fundamental element in the reduction of their vulnerability to HIV/AIDS and is essential to reversing the pandemic. The adoption of ge
 will discuss the latest clinical data from these trials and share their views on how these new data may be incorporated into HIV clinical practi
2008 Mexico City. What are the most exciting initiatives happening at the country level? What can donors and international NGOs do to sup
 nel discussion on current controversies, opportunities, and challenges in defining and evaluating evidence for program and policy decisions.
vement in international debates about commercial laws and regulations, and IP related to anti-retroviral (ARV) drug production and the TRIP
 - especially as felt by people living with HIV - is a reality that many of these laws fail to appreciate. The double stigma felt by vulnerable grou
whether sufficient attention is being paid to the key factors driving vulnerability. Country case studies will include special attention to issues o
can Region To assess progress and main challenges identified in the development of functional monitoring and evaluation systems at natio
cently has been appointed the UN Special Adviser on Innovative Financing for Development. Then two concrete examples of innovative finan

difference the project has made in the lives of the peer leaders.<br><br>Bahl, Amrita<br>India

ssful PSM’. The all too evident implementation challenges faced by many grant recipients bear this out. Despite the fact that many grants d
o promote coordination and integration; and will evaluate U.S., multilateral and national-level programming and funding policies that promote
egión. En este sentido se presentara en esta conferencia el Portal SIDA. En este satélite le presentaremos el Portal y como usarlo. A tra
mentary Forum (SADC PF) has engaged since 2007 in the process of developing a Model Law on HIV in SADC. The development of the Mo
HIV risks and needs which must be addressed in striving towards universal access. Many socio-cultural, economic and political factors in bot
 nd support, and integrated, multidisciplinary and community-based approach is essential.The Kenya National Health Sector Strategic PLan (

eaders, creates the false sense that India’s morality will protect it from AIDS. Together, they lead to discrimination against HIV-affected indiv

ar el prejuicio con las personas que viven con SIDA, invitando el público a participar de los hechos de la pieza.<br><br>Companhia Paulista
 rs and powerful interests like pharmaceutical companies.<br><br>Women’s Network for Unity<br>Presenter: Tha, Keo<br>Cambodia
 orkshop will be run by two experienced trainer and a young representatives from each of the five countries featured in the Global Training Ki
untries to bear at a single, strategic moment in the political process. The panel will demonstrate the benefits of coordinating and collaborating
ally important that home-based care providers, who are often poor women working on a ‘voluntary basis,´ are adequately trained and support



are programs on the psychological well being of children.

c situation of women since the mid 1980s. Many of the sharp critiques of the early period could be repeated and expanded upon today with n
cated to fighting AIDS. But those very populations most affected by AIDS remain disenfranchised, under-resourced and largely absent from
uctural drivers that make some sub-populations more vulnerable than others is critical, if difficult for many programmers at the national, dono
ciety from across the region in response to the challenges of the AIDS crisis.
ely care for their children. Using a set of 18 interactive communication tools with facilitation guide, community volunteers in Cambodia condu
g the communication challenges of HIV/AIDS in different contexts. It will tackle particular challenges relating to disclosure, adherence, termi
 élevés de la stigmatisation autours des matières touchant a la sexualité, surtout que les MSM doivent affronter.<br><br>Cet atelier va utilise
nd how it can be integrated.



ruz, which hosts the Secretariat of the Global Care Financing Network, a joint initiative between ENSP, UNAIDS and the French Ministry of F

ations with little resource even when facing serious prejudice, the threat of and actual physical attack in places with a history of prejudicially m


ting point for an interactive activity, inspiring people to contribute a drawing and explore their own visions and myths about women’s bodies a
nció y se evaluarán las ventajas de este método frente al método más usado: el folleto y el preservativo como única forma de prevención en
s and minds of listeners across Canada, the US and Europe during their tours. They will band together to perform this special songs of hope
ms and achieving universal access to HIV prevention, care and treatment. In recent years, researchers and practitioners have made significa
 for scale up of national programmes, but have yet to put in place systems to mobilize predictable and sustainable domestic resources for HI
. families, community programs, health agencies) and community-level interventions to help change outcomes for LGBT young people and to
ormous hope for those with access. Used for treatment of chronic infection, to prevent mother to child transmission and as post-exposure pr
           

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lenary Speakers include: <br>
obert Silicano, United States<br>
inda Richter, South Africa<br>
lena Reynaga, Argentina<br>
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ayinqoba Beat It! Which is a TV program for everyone living with HIV/AIDS, A trainer will present the series, and show one of the programs a
 be an official book launch of these exciting new publications. High profile activist heroes will make short key note addresses / speeches. Se
uerpo, impacto de la pandemia y la exposición del trabajo de prevención. Propuestas de prevención que incluyen: la importancia de la educ
or de una cultura por la vida que reconoce los condones como parte integral de una estrategia de prevención exitosa.
t on their own attitudes towards young people, particularly in relation to sex and relationships. There will be opportunities to share experienc
and resource investment can not meet the requirement of the work in MSM. Therefore, the further participation of MSM organizations and m

c in turn




 y challenges involved in scaling up promising models, drawing on programme experiences from various parts of the world. There will be spe

ng human rights, non-injecting drug use, alcohol and tobacco use, issues for producer countries, challenging oppressive legal systems, and
 ere denial of the existence of sex among men is a common denominator. Examples from sub-Saharan Africa, North Africa/Middle East, Ind
mpact of conflict and disasters on HIV. The session will point to developing clear and immediate policy and programme recommendations fo
gilancia ciudadana. En este taller los participantes desarrollaran planes de acción los cuales podrán implementar en sus comunidades para
recursos provenientes de donaciones.



  workshop will also try to explore newer and better ways and means of promoting safer and pleasurable sex among MSM. Special emphasis
d de las personas con discapacidad así como la situación de discapacidad generada en razón del SIDA. En este taller vamos a compartir ex
 highlight the issues, challenges and successes in delivering a comprehensive package of care and support. The presentations will be followe
 o en la vida porque siempre han exigido a sus parejas sexuales el uso del condón. En montaje teatral se enseña delante del público como u
  groups in identifying their needs and finding solutions. This program focuses on changing the root causes of HIV infections among young pe
ent view about HIV/Aids. Each film uses top Indian movie stars to maximise the exposure of the films to audiences throughout India, the India
ected by AIDS (CCABA), The Teresa Group, The Consultative Group on ECCD, and Right To Play.<br><br>Save the Children Canada<br>C
e want to encourage participants explore and create their own type of Honey Bee performance. We would like to make Honey Bee Universal
skills to reduce the impact of stigma, discrimination, and oppression on HIV risk and vulnerability among young people in BC. The idea is tha
 obligatorio y con costo. Se compartirán experiencias para identificar los puntos específicos que deberían estar incluidos en esta guía y que
ation. Both chairs will thank the audience.

ld: They grow the food, fetch water and fire wood, cook, clean, shop, wash and care for the family, and take in children orphaned by AIDS. A

far decentralisation should go. The speakers have been asked to synthesize research and experience (clinical, community, socioeconomic,
s? Who is accountable? What is missing? Is it merely “lip service” or is there is sufficient political commitment to truly address women’s hum
V transmission advances either the public health goal of HIV prevention or the criminal law goals of justice and deterrence (or serves any oth


S pandemic, Durban South Africa. It follows the story of a South African girl, orphaned by AIDS who doesn’t know what killed her Mother. T
 ación que la sociedad le obliga a padecer por el solo hecho de vivir con vih. Narrado en forma íntima. el personaje se despoja de sus pesa
avel Restrictions and to plan for country level action to effectively challenge these policies.UNAIDSSwitzerland
 posterior que le den en sus países de origen será monitoreado desde la Red Acción en Sida, recogiendo comentarios sobre los resultados
 civil society actors & PLWH organizations to decide if they want to apply as Pr from GFATM Round 9 onwards Presenters: Vladimir Zhovtya
mientos a cerca de las formas transmisión del VIH y las ITS e incrementar la percepción del riesgo de las mujeres, haciendo énfasis en la v
reka, Nelson.<br> Co-presenter: Muhindo, Oliver.<br>Uganda
men are largely absent when decisions are made about these funds. Yet, the good news is that there has been some success by the increas
and programming, a research agenda, and an advocacy framework, which arose from a December 2007 meeting in Geneva. Convened by U

 ange of behavioral, biomedical, and social interventions for preventing the acquisition and transmission of HIV. Many of these interventions
nted as an example of the contribution of systematic evaluation for national strategies aimed at reaching the goal of universal access to HIV t
ng-term sustainability of AIDS and other health programs. Supporters of AIDS focused approaches argue that working through existing natio
 tance abuse alters brain function and impairs decision making; and HIV prevention and treatment strategies for diverse groups in diverse se

  to essential services; strengthen families and communities; and improve outcomes for children. “Beyond the Orphan Crisis” examines rea
   sus miedos, su desesperanzas, el temor a la soledad, al rechazo social por la posibilidad de vivir con vih y sus expectativas de vida a trav
ate in raising research capacity, so as to generate more high quality research from researchers in resource-limited settings, which is severely
 e provides at least 25% of the world’s HIV direct care. At the same time, some religious leaders representing a variety of faith traditions hav
d universal access targets, young people around the world continue to remain at heightened risk of contracting HIV. Despite youth being dee
evalence and treatment coverage in sub-Saharan Africa.                   Innovative programs designed to meet the prevention needs of youth and
duced, thereby threatening the achievement of both the target set at the Gleneagles summit in 2005 to achieve universal access to HIV preve
  specific to the three high risk groups in the country – sex workers, injecting drug users and MSM/TG. The prevalence among the general
 rong therapeutic alliance between the individual and the treatment team should help to ensure appropriate awareness of all important factors
ng several different data sources and methodologies such ANC surveillance, population-based surveys and cohort studies. According to Nati
iscussions. Collaborative activities across governments already exist in the areas of epidemiology and surveillance, laboratory science, resea
 ns is in order. Enormous advances have occurred and the scientific tools at our disposal are unprecedented. A round table session with exp
amilies. Through the presentation of newly-created curricula in each of six crucial areas of management, leaders learn management tools, fr
od and education. The stories of the orphaned children are paralleled with the orphaned elephants of Pilanesberg National Park in South Afri
s a third nature people they are rich in diversity- physical, personality, character, humor, individual capacities. Their presence and programme
  ación que la sociedad le obliga a padecer por el solo hecho de vivir con vih. Narrado en forma íntima. el personaje se despoja de sus pesa

 rly lending to the problem of HIV/AIDS wherein contrasts of trust and mistrust, love and hate, longing and bereavement played themselves o
 en VIH.<br><br>Presenter: Dregregori, Felipe <br>Perú
 ganizing tool and the technical documentation of the HR abuses. Participants will able to share the local experience and country conditions a
ction and exercise of the criminal law in this area an indication of the failures of Public health initiatives amongst positive communities?<br><
elf. Protect Yourself. is based on a highly successful campaign conducted by the German government's Federal Centre of Health Education.<




nd/or efficient models of integral care for PLHIV. The presentations will focus on actions and solutions that they have demonstrated and evalu
now. Additionally there will be an examination of the evidence for this type of programming and an analysis of international treaties and laws
 rting fixed positions. The discussion will explore the evidence for the efficacy of circumcision, the impact on those who are circumcised and o
amatic progress in involving PLHIV in national/regional consultations. However, their involvement in policy decisions and budgetary allocation
 ty for strategic implementation and scale-up.

professionals to feel comfortable with communicating about such issues. This workshop will explore issues around communicating with child
ed by an open discussion on the experiences, challenges and needs of nurses to address HIV. Participants will identify potential routes that n


havioral change. The session will reflect on WPF's unique approach and working experience in a conservative society; advocacy strategies
and more productive lives. It will examine models of what works and what doesn't work in generating income and what assistance needs to b

hy do it at all?! The skills building workshop is planned by a working group including UNAIDS, The Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance, the World

 re and the care of orphans and vulnerable children. The session will look at the moral imperative to build on the foundation of palliative care
male to female transgender person who decides to leave her house but comes across to a social worker who takes her in a transgender drop
ence can relate to them easily. The play looks at HIV in context of the productive population in rural and urban areas highlighting the three mo
vement to ensure that trials are conducted ethically and that there is swift, equitable access to interventions which show efficacy once they be
 us países. Unidad de Atención Sicológica Sexológica y Educativa para el Crecimiento Personal A CMéxico
 r poetry for broadcast on local and international youth media outlets in an effort to stimulate debate on sexism, stigma and marginalization as
 ears of experience in sex work. She has worked as a stripclub stripper, private dancer, agency escort, independent escort, Mistress/Domina

o achieve universal access, progress has been made in many areas. As treatment and prevention programmes are taken to scale, there ha
anding of key challenges in HIV/AIDS. At several high level sessions they have called on action to address challenges, including better dono
 bringing together four important writers this session focuses attention on the literary response, and reaches out beyond the normal positivist


za Cromack<br>Brazil
                                    

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ussions with general public.<br><br>
lenary Speakers include: <br>
nton Pozniak, United Kingdom<br>
olake Odetoyinbo, Nigeria<br>
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 on, planificacion familiar, y prevencion de la transmision vertical; la situación economica de las mujeres que viven con VIH y el impacto en c
 una pareja, enmarcada en la desinformación y los prejuicios de los personajes del barrio en relación al VIH. Un tema trascendente y actual
 NITAID. It will include a panel of civil society representatives and the audience will be able to ask key questions or provide input to the repre

ative consequences in financial cost, energy, distracting organizations from their mission and leaving community feeling frustrated – that ther



ealth crisis.




 , especially in the context of criminalization of practices of vulnerable groups. The session will initially lay out the theoretical basis of Human
ms and programs for children affected by AIDS, experiences to date have highlighted a number of issues surrounding how to actually best de

d and somewhat uncertain AIDS vaccine research environment.
es and increase adherence and patient tracking. The faculty, from the SECURE THE FUTURE Technical Assistance Programme, has expe
amiento integral que usualmente enfrentan las Personas Viviendo con VIH o SIDA, apoyando el proceso de elaboración de posibles solucion

 egias sobre el desarrollo de grupos de pares y apoderamiento. Este interactivo y divertido taller, otorgará las herramientas necesarias para
 isión vertical de VIH/SIDA y sífilis, de modo que los participantes puedan desarrollar acciones integradas y adecuadas en los distintos sistem

odel for technology transfer and training in adult and neonatal male circumcision for HIV prevention will be shared, with lessons learned from
 human rights- including the right of self determination and sex workers right to be involved in the formulation of policies that affect our lives.<
he concept of "low dose oral intake of ART as prophylaxis" called Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PREP) will be reviewed in terms of progress wit
 n-country dialogues and will facilitate a discussion around these. The comments will be fed back to conference participants through this sess
 r friends, the struggle with their religion, the alienation created by race and immigration, and their courage to confront adversity, such as HIV
 que quieran compartir de vihva voz sus experiencias asociadas el vih/sida y cómo prevenirlo y/o vivir con él, y se retroalimente la metodolog
ensajes de solidaridad a PVVS, discriminación, sexualidad y jóvenes y uso correcto y constante del condón. Los espectáculos artístico-educ

 óvenes. Esta actividad busca hacer una revisión práctica de algunas experiencias recientes de programas radiales y radionovelas y compar
related vulnerability to HIV. It will include from different regions of the world. This discussion will provide participants with an opportunity to ga




  prevention and care strategies. This workshop will develop competencies in addressing gender inequalities and sexual and reproductive he
nformation on how the Global Fund works and tools for applying that information. It will also provide participants with information on available
ants will learn why female condom programmes and strategies succeed in some settings and fail in others. Participants will build skills to ge
wer imbalance between women and men.
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 s and vulnerability factors among specific populations and locations. 
he first presentation will set the stage on epidemic dynamics and key d
 Departamento de Salud del estado de Florida, la oficina para VIH/SIDA ha desarrollado una serie de iniciativas para educar y mobilizar las c
mmunities most affected by HIV. What is the situation for women in ongoing conflict zones such as the Eastern Congo and in areas of unres
n, strategic alliances and programme implementation as a way forward in national responses, appropriate programming and policy formulatio
It will also impart a framework through which participants can begin to create their own advocacy strategy to best meet their specific needs. <


 m festivals, at universities and NGOs. Showing this film in this arena it is an important opportunity to show the world and the politicians how t
 next IAC.<br><br>Global Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS<br>United States
e process or contemplating on how to disclose his/her HIV status.<br><br>INERELA+<br>Malawi
se da en las calles de la ciudad cuando entrenan el deporte holístico “Park Our”. (video mezclado con coreografía de danza contemporánea
hared understanding of how these stereotypes contribute to increase women’s vulnerabilities to HIV • Production of recommendations for pro

  communities involved in sex work in India, with women recovering from sexual violence in DRC, and with the highly exposed group of moto

 pulation at 17.1 %, with the 2006 Botswana HIV/AIDS Sentinel Surveillance estimating prevalence among 15-49 year old mothers attending
HIV are denied their right to sexual and reproductive health with millions of women and men lacking access to contraception suited to their si
C has led to some task shifting, including nurses performing tests and providing counseling. Inevitably some uncertainties have arisen for the
are a 'transformative approach' that allows men to challenge harmful gender norms and embrace alternative models of masculinity that supp
 People who are not involved directly in developing estimates get confused with changing numbers and may not understand how corrections
stimated 2.5 million people newly infected in 2007, the equivalent of nearly 5 new infections each minute. There is still an urgent need for pr
imary, secondary, or higher education. This is particularly true for children growing up in circumstances of social and economic disadvantag
ty, where human rights are not a priority and are violated in order for the fight against drugs to be successful. Drug policy has therefore beco
 different times in their life to reduce their risks of sexual exposure to HIV. Nonetheless, condom programming scale-up has not been to sca
nd civil rights, as well as on the non-discrimination, activism and visibility of vulnerable groups. And also, the social indicators which were ana
  Zambia. Prof. David Ross of LSHTM will introduce and chair the session. Michel Kazatchkine (TBC), Executive Director of the Global Fu
rld of work. The new standard is expected to be adopted as the outcome of a second discussion in June 2010. The preparation of an inter
 fic strategies were employed? To effectively prosecute its mandate, NACA has prior to becoming an Agency put in place a multi-layered d


nter: Morgan, Nicholas, Yannick Hemmings, Georgette Harvey, Davia Morrisson & Javaune Simpson
  into care and treatment (C&T) services as appropriate is limited by knowledge of providers, specific training in pediatric manifestations of H
nfectious material than by any other means of acquiring HIV infection. The transfusion of unsafe blood and blood products therefore poses an
sons from nearly 40 countries in Africa and more than 20 countries in Central & Eastern Europe and Central Asia. Lessons learned from 5 ye
 different HIV-1 subtypes. To describe how subtype differences may affect the development and testing of microbicides and preventive an

  n and girls, related to improving and ensuring care for the sexual and reproductive health needs of women infected and affected by HIV, the
  ce theme of emphasizing the need for continued action in the worldwide response to HIV/AIDS by stakeholders at the global and national lev
nked programming can help ensure that underserved populations, such as young people and marginalised groups, receive the services they
ated marketing and advocacy initiatives; private sector engagement in the development and governance of national programs; the role played
 tainable in-country capacity to develop a clear understanding of local HIV epidemics and to translate that understanding into effective nationa
ntry programs for best practices that can be applied by organizations working on prevention. We are eager to present our lessons learned an
  earch undertaken by RENEWAL and other stakeholders in sub-Saharan Africa. Session 2: What are the implications of rising food prices

al performance with respect to productivity, attitudes to stigma, and prospects for achieving universal access can be greatly influenced by wh
 s on the progress of the global networkObjective 3- To review and gain feedback on the source documents developed for the global network
  the health workforce crisis, by significantly increasing workload, while simultaneously devastating existing workforces. The interconnectivi
  from the field. The majority of the team is from the private sector, and while the initial design was vetted by HIV experts, its implementation h
eople from immigrating to the United States. It has barred HIV-positive immigrants already in the U.S. from attaining legal immigration status
MAI/IMCI) tools kit, while others have started the process of reviewing their scale-up approach and adapting IMAI materials to allow decentral
e social responsibility, but a vital investment in economic development.

pidemic as well as the results of our 2008 Country Rating Scorecard which measures and compares the degree to which countries are meeti
unities, AIDS service organizations, etc. This indicates that young people are not adequately able to access comprehensive sexuality educat
R network that showed that &#8232;engaging celebrities in HIV prevention and affiliating them with Y-PEER &#8232;activities has proven effe
e. This Network has been initiated to identify and address gaps in research on gender and HIV by setting an agenda for future research. At e
 are their lessons and practices with grassroots women throughout the world. Using the platforms of their organizations – self-help groups,
nd those parties that address poverty around the world have failed to fully embrace housing as a powerful and empirically validated interventi
e.Mary Robinson, ICW Patron, and Dorothy Onyango, ICW International Steering Committee member from Kenya have been asked to chair
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ailure to do this, by continuing to hide it or only talking about it in private, gives way to behaviors that lead to HIV transmission and is conduc
quality) and evidence of effectiveness of opioid substitution therapy (OST), highly-active antiretroviral therapy (HAART) and preventing-moth
 icacy data on abacavir into context. Finally, the lessons learned during the evolution of NRTIs will be discussed, as well as the importance of
  the major HIV and SRH donors are a major barrier to developing linkages and strengthening health systems. Through a moderated dialogu
  regions are able to understand gaps in HIV prevention programmes, policies and strategic information.                              Different partne
 ica, Europe, United States and other countries worldwide, we seek to develop a collaborative interdisciplinary research agenda on HIV/AIDS
 th HIV/AIDS, fear of violence may prevent women from accessing information, discourages them from getting tested and from disclosing the
f HIV services in many resource-poor countries where the TB-HIV epidemic poses serious challenges to already stressed health systems. M
qual’ and full voting membership, influencing the development of similar representation on the board of UNITAID.               Similarly, in many cou
  get resources to hardest hit communities. With an increasing investment in health systems strengthening, attention needs to be drawn to th
 evelopments in epidemiology and how they have evolved in the Caribbean context. The role that PLWHA have played in the Caribbean’s
stop AIDS. How does it work with rhythm, dance and inspiration? It moves you. The motivation of young people can be the wind beneath the


 . <br><br>Centro de atención integral <br> para adolescentes y jóvenes gays (CAIPAJG)<br>Mexico
 nts to share experiences and learn from CCMs and implementers.<br><br>Developing Countries NGO Delegation <br>Senegal

  ttendees how (and why) to motivate safer sex practices by bringing pleasure and desire into the HIV and public health discourses. Following
der inequality is addressed as part of the total response to HIV is unclear. Although women’s organisations and grassroots groups have be
 increased from 10% in 2004 to 23% in 2006. Despite the marked increase in access to PMTCT services, the world is far short from the 80%
ctions and New Models in HIV Services satellite session will provide local and regional government officials, civic leaders and community adv
 aders of the AIDS response in high burden countries are calling for economic evidence to inform their medium to long-term planning. There
 RH/HIV Integration, a partnership between Friends of the Global Fund Africa, Interact Worldwide, the International HIV/AIDS Alliance, Intern
untries and the success of national response in reducing the incidence of HIV. Specifically the session will highlight the lessons learnt from ta
A Closed Hearing took place in Geneva on June4th, 2008, putting toghether scientific experts and public authorities in order to find a commo
mibia, Senegal, South Africa, Tanzania and Zambia - on the implications of HIV and AIDS for electoral process and systems in the second se
 ARV treatment worldwide. The increasing emergence of extensively drug resistant (XDR) TB and the associated high mortality rate among P
 ion research. Between December 2006 and February 2008, multiple HIV prevention research results were released. These results include

  technologies and innovative strategies—to the search for an HIV vaccine.            Given the global nature of the HIV/AIDS pandemic, it is also e
 frica Development Community (SADC). Participants came from the SADC secretariat, SADC governments, private sector, donor community
saving drugs is also posing an entirely new set of challenges. Consider the fact that many HIV-positive men and women want to have a ch
and 2000 and an increase in poverty between 1990 and 2000. Meanwhile, vulnerable groups, and in particular rural women affected by HIV
lite session describe psychosocial and mental health support interventions critical to the health and survival of individuals and ultimately com
 ive prevention is relatively new in most of countries. However, international experiences suggest that, a comprehensive strategy of HIV/AIDS
s that there is an important window of opportunity to write a successful story on holistic HIV responses.
t realization about its unavoided consequences. Discussions and key massages in terms of outcomes, challenges, consequences, and beyo
on for preventing HIV infection is unlikely to be available in the near future, it is important to design late-stage clinical trials of biomedical inter
een Micro-finance institutions and organizations of PLWH is mutually beneficial. Micro finance institutions can effectively contribute to preven

 nt. Data from a recent trial in Malawi are examined to assess the complimentary effectiveness of both infant prophylaxis and maternal HAAR
  not without major hurdles and hence the concerned people from different sections of society must be involved in smooth process for contin
 h y sus expectativas de vida a través del uso de un lenguaje directo, crudo, escatológico con visos sadomasoquistas sin concesiones deja


them to go back to school and providing nutrition and psycho-social programs, such as art therapy for them to improve their psychological co
nce. A moderator will introduce the speakers, field questions and summarize.<br><br>Asia Pacific Network Of Sex Workers<br>Thailand
ON, Nigeria who are aged 5-16.<br><br>LIVE ALIVE FOUNDATION, NIGERIA<br>Nigeria
cussing policies that support or hinder proven HIV harm reduction measures; programs and services that have helped or will help to address




 sion content.

ession will explore where the field is heading, review the results of recent trials, and address critical questions such as the scientific obstacles
 mmendations? How will you use these efforts to create change in policy? Emphasis will be placed on southerners holding their own governm
cult. This session will provide an analysis of the role of major religious organisations and faiths in HIV prevention.
quality in access to health care affect trial enrollment? How communities can directly participate to the design of studies? Thesequestions are
 hat new surveys and calculation models show a decline in HIV prevalence rates from 5.8% in 2001 to 5.0% in 2007, AIDS continues to be th

 n en la educación y prevención, mediante trabajo en grupo, dinámicas participativas y utilizando la metodología vivencial que genera la pro

ps for creating an online legal help line, discuss how the help line will address HIV-Related Human Rights Violations and stigma and discrimi

y of issues and challenges, science and leadership from local perspectives to global trends, participants will develop networking skills and a
he facilitator. In the process, participants will be exploring, learning and relieving stress at the same time.


 titativos y cualitativos, análisis de los programas de conocimiento y prevención de la homofobia, sexo y género y educación sexual, resistenc


 r y la ironía deja un claro mensaje acerca de la problemática del VIH/SIDA.<br><br>Fapvih<br>Argentina

 resource-limited settings as a critical element of health systems strengthening.
 failure will illustrate complex issues in switching therapies for early failure, strategies for late and complicated failure, and the use of new dru
                      

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                                                            Jaime Sepúlveda, Mexico<br>
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dignity of the human person. This will be achieved through the active participation of the persons that engage in the workshop.<br><br>Com




res and experiences, we can find better ways to protect ourselves, our partners, and our communities from HIV infection.<br><br>Trust for I

States
 e maternal health movement and find ways to better incorporate messages and goals from the AIDS community and to support young advoc
 process, implementation activities and next steps resulting from the report cards. Knowledge transferal, information exchange and partnersh




 and surveillance in public health. Moreover the increased funding (national, bilateral as well as multilateral) of AIDS programmes worldwid

 ing courses, online social networking and best practice sharing, e-consultations and needs assessments, information portals, wiki and SMS

earch, education, and practice.


elatively straightforward. This joint session by the International Council of AIDS Service Organizations (ICASO), the International HIV/AIDS A
urces?). The components will be evenly split between lecture and discussion. Participants will be encouraged to discuss how their strategic
powerment strategies that are easy to use. Participants will also be able to apply the principles of empowerment and community developmen


ma. El tercero es un amigo de ambos que recientemente se diagnostica VIH positivo. El documental narra vínculos y experiencias transmitid
of IMF program policies. Advocacy activities carried out to date, in partnership by activists from donor countries and sub-Saharan Africa; will

ghts and STD/AIDS prevention and target society at large, mainly through the use of ironic messages centered around the issues affecting pr


 f local communities taking responsibility for care of vulnerable individuals, as a sustainable and long term approach to combating the HIV ep




ongs are unique and will be presented in the company of different instruments. Some are Beijing Opera, some are folk songs in minority plac
n other partners complement their efforts?
y be propelled by global inequalities in access to adequate AIDS-related care and medication, and the barriers that HIV positive migrants fac
or girls and boys should be considered an essential part of the strategy to manage the spread of HIV. This session will explore the interrelati
 the health workforce. The task shifting approach between physicians, nurses, other health care professionals, as well as community health

V who were leaders in the AIDS movement in Tanzania, Zambia, and Canada in body mapping, treatment information and tracing book meth
 recuerda la incomprensión de las familias frente a sus propios hijos por desconocimiento, la falta de camas en los hospitales, la impotencia
nd risks as part of wider global canvas not limited to the mechanics of sex and disease transmission alone.<br><br> Empower Foundation<b
 involve the relevant target population in a way that encourages them to practice and adopt Life Skills necessary to prevent HIV infection and
atos deportivos de moda de los jóvenes y personas transgénero de la ciudad de Bogotá.<br><br>Gurpo de Antropología Médica Crítica Univ

na. Con ello se pretende sensibilizar a los participantes en relación al VIH y mostrar la vinculación que se puede realizar entre el arte de con
s of the Book and presentations of high level invited speakers. The focus of the satellite is to question the sustainability of the current mecha
 he development of new anti-HIV strategies. This session will include several presentations on the mechanisms of interaction of HIV with non
e on the progress of Global Fund grants in the LAC Region, including a brief Q& A session.         This overview will be then followed by a round
options for the long-term response and consider what we can do differently now to prepare for, as well as change, the face of AIDS by 2031.T
ng on industry investment and potential sites on the field of ARV based prevention approaches - Identify agenda based on investigator-led re
comes (including adherence), as well as programmatic perspectives looking at the benefits and challenges of integrating food and nutritional
g and funding for gender action.     Discussion topics will include approaches for assessing and understanding how HIV differentially affects
 ran Africa, the region most affected by HIV, the number of children under 18 estimated orphaned by AIDS more than doubled between 2000
tensive analytical process to reshape its approach. A new strategy, The World Bank’s Commitment to HIV/AIDS in Africa: Our Agenda for A
 om 26% to 78% (Herbst, J., et al, 2007; Varella, D., et al, 1996) among transgender women engaging in sex work and other high risk behav

case study material alongside activities that have proved successful in several countries around the world. WAGGGS received funding from
w required if the world is to take full advantage of these opportunities. Strengthened interaction between global health initiatives and health sy
  with globally recognized quality standards. Prequalification findings can be used to provide information to UN (and other) procurement agen
will discuss the work needed to develop and test a range of interventions that address the complex gender inequality challenges that exist on
estions facing full-scale HIV prevention: how to deliver prevention on a massive scale and how to plan for sustained success.          The purpo
e, responsible, and positive ways. The purpose of the satellite meeting is to discuss sexuality from a holistic and individual perspective beyon
 ething that affects adults. Some people occasionally think of ‘AIDS babies’, and children who have lost one or both of their parents to AIDS –
mong them the Tsunami and the Mozambique floods. So how should HIV and AIDS be handled during these challenging times when the imm
stminster Hospital, and Dr. Rafael Campo from the University of Miami. The program will explore major management trends in HIV, discuss
s a la música (Veejay de MTV Latinamerica, Periodista de Rock de TV Publica, etc)<br><br>VIH NO ES ROCK<br>México
DS epidemic on the social, economic and political development of the Asia Pacific region.<br><br>Presenter: Bowtell, Bill<br>Australia
ng legislation for PEPFAR, has not only resulted in the stigmatization of proven prevention methods and technologies that go beyond a limite
mes along with efforts in the field of the coordination connected with the «Three ones» principle and of the best capitalization of the interventio
session will look at new models that expand access to free, rapid and reliable HIV testing. Confidentialty and disclosure issues will be discus

 ine epidemic potential in specific and general population. Diversity is the salient feature of the HIV epidemic and a broad characterization o
  HIV. The symposium also includes the documentary film called "Together we Can! A comprehensive approach to HV/AIDS where Ophelia w
  rical struggles in fostering multi-sectorial relationships will be discussed. Additionally, the potential impact of such partnerships will be highlig
 related to efforts to criminalize gender-based violence, respond to linkages between violence and HIV through improved policies and program
 ent and care.
V who were leaders in the AIDS movement in Tanzania, Zambia, and Canada in body mapping, treatment information and tracing book meth


 tizadas y discriminadas y la valentía con que han enfrentado estas situaciones. Novedosa opción de abordaje en búsqueda de una vida dign
ormance itself will then tell the stories of health, disease, strength, life and healing as a way of responding to the impacts of HIV/AIDS, and th
ments, whether they agree or disagree. The different teams will then debate on what their stand is without really driving to a conclusion but en
 ué se habla de diversidad sexual y de género? Distinción entre géneros, cuerpos sexuados y orientaciones del deseo. Derechos sexuales y
come a critical knot in most countries showing up the great disparity there is between the speed that is necessary to respond to the pandemic


cités s’inspire de ces acquis. Ce temps d’échange, vous amènera à comprendre les démarches et pré requis nécessaires à l’installation du d




related transmission, certain interest groups associated to religious or business leaders often use their power to influence policy according to

 of treatment and care on positive prevention and the prevention of new infections; sexual and reproductive health and rights implications on
presentation, the human rights violations that lead to their particular vulnerability, the consequences of the epidemic among the underserved
ogue aims to highlight common strategies as well as the specific ways in which women's rights activists, policy makers, and donors are work
rough integrating issues affecting OVC within existing child-centered programs.<br><br> The workshop will teach culturally appropriate advo
 ortunities. This workshop will provide participants with an understanding of what operational research is, why it is essential to sound program


as de desarrollo y como hacer frente a los nuevos paradigmas en el campo del VIH/SIDA.




dback whether the film is effective enough to address the myths and in busting them. Free distribution of pamphlets on the making of the film
  outlet for our participants to express their thoughts and feelings using their body, voice, rhythm and energy. 5 young people and two ex-drug
 licto es el de contar o no contar su condición de Persona Viviendo con SIDA. Pero, ¿debe hacerlo o es mejor permanecer en silencio?<br><
                                                   

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y adolescentes afectados por el VIH. <br><br>
sociacion de Comunicadores Sociales Calandria<br>
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 ograr los objetivos de las sesiones.<br><br>APROASE<br>México
programmes work and scale them up on the ground. The papers draw on the successes and failures in HIV prevention to date and conclude
y travel restrictions in regards to HIV positive people wishing to enter or remain in a country for short stay (e.g. business, personal visits) or fo
e official pre-conference to the International AIDS Conference, “LIVING 2008: Positive Leadership Summit”, held on 31st July -1st August 200
 efficient AIDS programs.<br>UNAIDS estimates that by the end of 2007 global mobilization would have generated 10 billion USD for the AID
 rulzaman, Malaysia<br>
    Jorge Saavedra, Mexico<br>
                            





 la historia de una joven que, sin planeamiento, se embaraza en su primer noviazgo, y al realizar los estudios del prenatal se descubre vivie
ghlights the responses from six different faith traditions in Latin America and the Caribbean.<br><br>Ecumenical Pre-Conference on AIDS<b
                                                                                                

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related practices and what role women's rights organizations might play in shaping it.<br><br>
THENA<br>
nite States
 be effectively implemented through creative partnering that draws on different expertise and resources. Identifying and documenting violatio
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 and fully involve them in the response. 
he crucial potential of young people to affect change in the global response is unparalleled, yet unive
nted. Numerous concerns remain on how access to testing and counseling can be improved while providing protection to people at risk of stig
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he-art for action in the most affected regions.
early one third of all new HIV infections outside of sub-Saharan Africa are attributed to injecting
nduct of HIV/AIDS research in the region; help identify and develop approaches to addressing ethical and cultural issues relevant to the regio
os grupos de jóvenes con los que vayan a trabajar para adecuar el taller a sus necesidades. Todas estas técnicas se encuentran enfocadas
heral neuropathy, HIV-associated dementia, brain associated opportunistic infections and neuropsychological disorders.

rogramme as an example, this interactive workshop will guide participants step-by-step through the stages of programme development, prep
os y potencialidades comunes que se dan en la comunicación de una manera efectiva y con excelencia.
ve with small group discussions and activities in pairs. Facilitators are clinical psychologists and employ a friendly, informal style. This work
 ayudar a lograr que las personas ciegas y débiles visuales se vivan como seres integrales, en armonía con su cuerpo y su entorno.

ction. The Audience will give it constructive feed-backs, and will get advice and best practice keys Youth Y-PEER International coordinator an

Súbita<br>México
 IDS and promotion of HIV tests within the couple after a healthy dialog between the partners.<br><br>Presenter: Vidanapathirana, Herath <b
 rimination against HIV-affected individuals in hospitals, against children in schools, and even ostracization and suicide among families. Wors
 ssed. Participants will create links with primary care and treatment options, while reducing the negative health consequences of social exclu
  ion guide. Among others, it provides perspectives of: an HIV+ heterosexual wife, an HIV+ transgender youth, an HIV- gay male, and a vaccin

 Altaf<br>United Kingdom
eted at queer African and Black populations living in the Diaspora.<br><br>African & Caribbean Council on HIV/AIDS in Ontario<br>Canada




 s of people living with HIV.
e of the most relevant are: What has happened between FORO and CONCASIDA 2007 and AIDS 2008? Does Latin America need one or m
 will be paid to innovative evaluation approaches for measuring the impact of promising HIV prevention interventions, including structural inte
 ir individual sexual health and reproductive rights when not alone in living out their sexual and reproductive rights and likely to have differing
ARTE, Centro de desarrollo participativo para los derechos y la salud.<br>
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 tidad, y percibimos a los transexuales como el sector de la sociedad que mejor representa dicha importancia. El conflicto de identidad que p
uación actual y problemáticas relacionadas. Se facilitará el debate abierto y la participación de las asistentes para que puedan aportar para
nd
testing/screening initiatives worldwide targeted at high risk populations? Or is it unwise to give up on the hope that there is a way to stop the


ilm about the genocide of transgenders and sex workers under the Khmer Rouge regime in Cambodia. <br><br>Video featuring sex workers
nt epidemiologists, AIDS specialists, economists, civil society and policy makers from the region. The Report of the Commission was prepar
d care programs. The Emergency Plan supports the multisectoral national responses in host nations through the principles known as the "Th

ally and sexually dominate women (WHO 2003). Such norms can prevent men from protecting themselves from HIV since seeking healthcar
 hat the resources are directed towards interventions that are actually achieving their stated objectives. In response, the World Bank has la
nfection in most of East and Southern Africa, given the role of education in empowering girls and young women in their sexual relationships a
 mbly Special Session (UNGASS), Member States declared "the need to strengthen policy and programme linkages and coordination betwee
her survival rate due to medical advances, however, as a consequence of this, there are an increasing number of disabilities secondary to the
ed further investment.
eatment (UNICEF, 2008). AIDS leads to empty schools and undermines the knowledge transmission between parents and children, leaving c
ng the pandemic. The adoption of gender responsive economic policies plays a central role in addressing these issues; policies should aim to
e incorporated into HIV clinical practice.
ors and international NGOs do to support those initiatives through funding and international cooperation? And what are the gaps in this work
 ce for program and policy decisions. It will be the culmination of a series of similar discussions held over the past year at various AIDS confe
 (ARV) drug production and the TRIPS agreements and public health policies for developing countries (in particular in Brazil and its impact in
double stigma felt by vulnerable groups in particular (men who have sex with men; injecting drug users and sex workers and their clients; you
 l include special attention to issues of race, gender, inequality and stigma and discrimination faced by people living with HIV. The level of i
 ring and evaluation systems at national level To elaborate a regional M&E agenda to achieve Universal Access in Latin America by 2010 M
concrete examples of innovative financing will be presented: UNITAID, which purchases and distributes medicines and is financed by a solida



   Despite the fact that many grants designate over 50% to procurement and supply management activities, few recipients have the impleme
ng and funding policies that promote or impede effective coordination and integration.
 mos el Portal y como usarlo. A través de PortalSIDA las organizaciones y personas podrán: • Compartir, organizar y acceder electrónica
n SADC. The development of the Model Law on HIV has brought together members of parliaments (MPs), Law Reform Commissions, judges
 economic and political factors in both origin and destination countries influence the risk of HIV infection. The resulting isolation and stress m
tional Health Sector Strategic PLan (NHSSP) 2006 - 10 recognises the role of the community in health service delivery,. identifying it as the f

rimination against HIV-affected individuals in hospitals, against children in schools, and even ostracization and suicide among families. Wors

  pieza.<br><br>Companhia Paulista de Artes<br>Brazil
 enter: Tha, Keo<br>Cambodia
 es featured in the Global Training Kit. This workshop has been conducted several times successfully. <br><br>World Association of Girl Gu
efits of coordinating and collaborating across donor and endemic countries to advance common advocacy agendas, and present case studie
 ´ are adequately trained and supported. The workshop examines the current situation of home-based care providers in southern African sta




 ted and expanded upon today with no loss of cogency or point. For this discussion, the panel will take the social context of reproduction as
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 r-resourced and largely absent from the big decision making about AIDS.<br><br> 
his session will evidence the seriousness and extent of
ny programmers at the national, donor and community levels to make. This session will look at some of the critical insights on the implication

munity volunteers in Cambodia conduct monthly Parenting Clubs in their villages to address these issues. Come learn more about these too
ating to disclosure, adherence, terminology and concepts that are difficult to convey to patients. The goal is to empower health professionals
ffronter.<br><br>Cet atelier va utiliser des méthodes dynamiques, interactives ainsi qu’un moyen de s’amuser pour examiner les matières co




UNAIDS and the French Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The workshop will include an overview of achievements made by ART negotiations in LA

                                                                  

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places with a history of prejudicially motivated violence.<br><br>
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s and myths about women’s bodies and sexuality.<br><br>
he pleasure project<br>

 como única forma de prevención en las discos gays.<br><br>Sociedad de Integración Gay Lésbica Argentina<br>Argentina
o perform this special songs of hope and courage for the conference delegates. This activity would be suitable for the conference or youth pr
 nd practitioners have made significant progress in identifying the causes and dimensions of stigma, developing practical tools for programs
ustainable domestic resources for HIV/AIDS or for broader health care programmes. Increased resources for AIDS, through the Global Fun
comes for LGBT young people and to change negative and rejecting group norms that increase stigma, victimization and low self-esteem in
 ansmission and as post-exposure prophylaxis for occupational and non-occupational exposures to the virus, antiretrovirals are also being st
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lena Reynaga, Argentina<br>




ies, and show one of the programs and how the accompanying workbook and questions stimulate discussion and dialogue.<br><br>Treatm
t key note addresses / speeches. Several 3 minute digital hero book films made by and amplifying the voices of youth affected by HIV and A
e incluyen: la importancia de la educación sexual integral, laica y científica, el uso correcto y constante del condón y el compromiso con el bi
nción exitosa.
 be opportunities to share experiences of stigma, explore how stigma affects young people, discussion how young peoples' sexual rights are
ipation of MSM organizations and more care and investment of the government to MSM is necessary. We will invite the participation of repre




s parts of the world. There will be special emphasis on the needs of children transitioning to adulthood in a world affected by HIV, and of their

nging oppressive legal systems, and engraving drug use within a broader poverty and marginalization agenda. This session will aim to outline
 Africa, North Africa/Middle East, India and Eastern Europe. Speakers will range from gay and HIV activists, to researchers to government of
 nd programme recommendations for how HIV/AIDS initiatives should be designed for humanitarian crisis and post-conflict transitions.
plementar en sus comunidades para realizar vigilancia ciudadana garantizando el acceso a tratamiento que este sea con calidad, en un mar




  sex among MSM. Special emphasis will be given on understanding how the subjective experiences of MSM, particularly male sex workers
 . En este taller vamos a compartir experiencias y herramientas para la construcción, en distintos escenarios, de políticas y estrategias en el
port. The presentations will be followed by a discussion. <br><br>Help the Hospices <br>Worldwide Palliative Care Alliance<br>United Kingd
se enseña delante del público como usar el preservativo.<br><br>Sociedad Wills Wilde<br>México
 es of HIV infections among young people such as gender inequalities, on combating HIV discrimination and stigma given the large number o
 audiences throughout India, the Indian diaspora, and beyond.<br>India.<br><br>Presenter: Richards, Peneloppe<br>India
 <br>Save the Children Canada<br>Canada
 ld like to make Honey Bee Universal by bringing people together to, create together in the Global Village<br><br>Empower Foundation<br>T
  young people in BC. The idea is that Forum Theatre is a dress rehearsal for life in which people can experiment with different ways of existin
 n estar incluidos en esta guía y que contribuirían en la mejora de la atención que se requiere.<br><br>APROASE AC.<br>México
 ake in children orphaned by AIDS. And they do all of this often while battling AIDS-related illnesses themselves. It’s called the Care Econom

(clinical, community, socioeconomic, political) from their country's programme(s) and to be open about the strengths and weaknesses of thes
itment to truly address women’s human rights as part of the AIDS response? Where are the resources to truly “engender” the AIDS response
ce and deterrence (or serves any other useful purpose). They will also consider scientific issues that impact on criminalization, such as phylo


esn’t know what killed her Mother. The film follows her daily quest to survive and find out the truth about her mother's death.<br><br>Presen
el personaje se despoja de sus pesares, alegrías, anhelos, pues consciente de la cercanía de la muerte, sabe que no queda más tiempo pa
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do comentarios sobre los resultados y dificultades que se presenten.<br><br>
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nwards Presenters: Vladimir Zhovtyak CEO All-Ukrainian Network, Dima Sherembei Director Communications Policy & Advocacy. Dr Konsta
as mujeres, haciendo énfasis en la vulnerabilidad de la mujer, realizando peñas musicales con temas de prevención , tertulias y actividades

as been some success by the increasing numbers of women, women's organizations and networks who are advocating for AIDS programs a
 7 meeting in Geneva. Convened by UNAIDS, Global Coalition on Women and AIDS, International Center for Research on Women, and Tibo

 of HIV. Many of these interventions have become part of global policy efforts to reduce the spread of HIV. Despite this, however, there are
 the goal of universal access to HIV treatment. A number of additional presentations either based on a specific country’s experience or on m
ue that working through existing national systems is too slow. They insist that the emergency nature of HIV/AIDS requires a rapid expansion
egies for diverse groups in diverse settings. Speakers in this session will address each of these issues. Dr. Volkow will discuss the role of su

ond the Orphan Crisis” examines realities and misconceptions about the lives of millions of children affected by the epidemic. Speakers will
  ih y sus expectativas de vida a través del uso de un lenguaje directo, crudo, escatologico con visos sadomasoquistas sin consesiones dej
 ce-limited settings, which is severely lacking yet necessary. The discussion will begin by hearing from researchers from resource-limited s
enting a variety of faith traditions have contributed to the silence, denial, and stigma associated with HIV and AIDS. Nevertheless, religious le
 racting HIV. Despite youth being deeply affected by HIV, they continue to be left out and sidelined from important policy processes, including
eet the prevention needs of youth and women, and improve coverage of HIV care and treatment.                    The complexities of pilot testing
 chieve universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support by 2010, and the 6th Millennium Development Goal that aims to com
  The prevalence among the general population, according to the National Family Health Survey (NFHS) has not significantly increased. Ho
ate awareness of all important factors that need to be considered. This symposium will provide an update on recent data concerning individua
and cohort studies. According to National HIV and AIDS Estimates HIV prevalence in adults aged 15-49 peaked in 1997/98 at 29.3 %, then le
 urveillance, laboratory science, research and technical capacity building. The satellite session aims to further policy and program linkages to
 nted. A round table session with experts from multiple fields engaged in AIDS vaccine research – civil society, research, policy – will take sto
 , leaders learn management tools, frameworks and knowledge enabling them to increase the quantity and quality of services they provide. T
anesberg National Park in South Africa. Marion attempts a similar strategy by re-parenting the orphaned children. The film's director, after ex
 ities. Their presence and programme will reflect this. They are out in front for combatting HIV/AIDS and promoting human rights for LGBTI in
el personaje se despoja de sus pesares, alegrías, anhelos, pues consciente de la cercanía de la muerte, sabe que no queda más tiempo pa

 d bereavement played themselves out to perfection.. The piece is interactive as many of the movements begin in the audience and dialogue

experience and country conditions and learn the technique to use the problem as a problem solving mechanism.<br><br>PEOPLE LIKE US
mongst positive communities?<br><br>Independent PWA /Terence Higgins Trust<br>United Kingdom
Federal Centre of Health Education.<br><br>Advocates for Youth<br>United States




at they have demonstrated and evaluated as effective in key aspects of universal access such as scaling up in prevention, VCT, rapid testing
sis of international treaties and laws that relate to prostitution to see if there is any legal basis for this approach so we can try to understand
 on those who are circumcised and on their sex partners, and the social, cultural and religious contexts of circumcision.
y decisions and budgetary allocations remains limited. Vulnerability and the civil society’s structural role must be supported if programming i


 ues around communicating with children with HIV within the palliative care context. Following an introduction, the workshop will become an
ants will identify potential routes that nursing organizations can explore to better address the needs of nurses in HIV pandemic countries and


 rvative society; advocacy strategies adopted for its integration into national curricula for secondary grades and lessons learned. The session
come and what assistance needs to be provided. A practical focus will deliver ideas that can be implemented and identify traps to avoid.

menical Advocacy Alliance, the World Conference on Religion and Peace and the International Network of Religious Leaders Living with and

d on the foundation of palliative care as a human right to ensure that palliative care services are available to all those affected by HIV.
  who takes her in a transgender drop-in-centre. There she realizes her community, and talents which inspire her to start a new journey with p
urban areas highlighting the three modes of Prevention and 4 modes of Transmission of the virus along with the treatment presently availabl
ons which show efficacy once they become available. Experimental interventions include microbicides, cervical barriers, pre-exposure prophy

exism, stigma and marginalization as barriers to HIV prevention, empowering participants to serve as accredited HIV and AIDS counselors in
ndependent escort, Mistress/Dominant, and sensual masseuse. She is currently a sex worker in Los Angeles under a different name and run

grammes are taken to scale, there has been criticism over the past year that an expanded AIDS response is somehow detracting from broad
ess challenges, including better donor coordination, programs to address gender power imbalances, promoting an agenda for youth and reco
 hes out beyond the normal positivist framework which too often limits our ability to understand the full impact of the epidemic, and the huma



  

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 que viven con VIH y el impacto en calidad de vida y involucramiento comunitario; y el fortalecimiento articulación y liderazgo de las mujeres
 VIH. Un tema trascendente y actual que ofrece un mensaje fresco y esperanzador sobre cómo vivir mejor, lejos del miedo al otro.<br><br>P
uestions or provide input to the representatives, focused on mechanisms to improve accountability and representation. It will also provide a s

                                                                                                                     

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mmunity feeling frustrated – that there was little there for them. Is it worth it for community stakeholders?<br><br>
 ntario HIV Treatment Net




 y out the theoretical basis of Human Rights based interventions in HIV, vindicated by empirical evidence, if any, and then develop the theme
s surrounding how to actually best deliver food and nutritional support. This session will address why food and nutrition are important, what a


 al Assistance Programme, has experience in implementing a comprehensive community-based treatment support programme in southern A
o de elaboración de posibles soluciones y desarrollo de estrategias de cabildeo.

 á las herramientas necesarias para implementar un curriculum y un plan de acción disenados especialmente para tu comunidad. Esta meo
 s y adecuadas en los distintos sistemas de salud.

be shared, with lessons learned from a first pilot in Swaziland and on-going consultations with other African nations. Participants will walk ou
ation of policies that affect our lives.<br><br>Asia Pacific Network Of Sex Workers<br>Thailand
 be reviewed in terms of progress with clinical trials as well as issues such as viral resistance development, impact on future treatment option
 erence participants through this session in the Global Village. The discussion will also be covered in local media. Panos will further dissemin
ge to confront adversity, such as HIV/AIDS. Tal Como Somos is an invaluable educational tool on stigmatization of gender nonconformity, ho
on él, y se retroalimente la metodología con las observaciones y sugerencias de personas de todo el mundo que estén interesadas en él.Re
dón. Los espectáculos artístico-educativos nacen de los mismos jóvenes a dentro de sus mismos contextos, y están difundidos con el propi

mas radiales y radionovelas y compartir recomendaciones prácticas para que otras organizaciones comprometidas con la respuesta intergen
 participants with an opportunity to gain insight into personal and professional attitudes, values, and beliefs regarding violence and HIV/AIDS




 lities and sexual and reproductive health and rights in programming. Hands-on experience from recent technical support provided across a
 icipants with information on available resources and key contacts for accessing the Global Fund processes, including grant application proce
ers. Participants will build skills to generate strategic partnerships and informed advocacy to expand access to female condoms, as one optio

 age on epidemic dynamics and key drivers that spread HIV in MENA. Facts coupled with political commitment and resources provide solid g
 ciativas para educar y mobilizar las comunidades Latinas. Este taller se centrará en los pasos necesarios para desarrollar la prevención del
Eastern Congo and in areas of unrest? What is the impact of political instability on access to treatment and care for persons living with HIV?
 e programming and policy formulation
gy to best meet their specific needs. <br><br>Advocates for Youth<br>United States


ow the world and the politicians how these communities have been treated.<br><br>Presenter: De Almeida, Vagner <br>Brazil


 oreografía de danza contemporánea y yoga) Simultáneamente, en foro ocurre un dueto masculino de teatro corporal, danza y objeto en frag
 oduction of recommendations for professionals involved in the development of HIV TV spots The TV spots will be selected from VIHdeo A

 th the highly exposed group of motorbike taxi drivers in Uganda. These responses challenge secular preconceptions about the role and attit

ng 15-49 year old mothers attending ante-natal clinics at 32.4 %. Botswana Government has since declared HIV and AIDS a national emerg
ess to contraception suited to their situation, and millions more living with HIV and sexually transmitted infections that could have been preve
ome uncertainties have arisen for the counselors regarding counseling to individuals who's HIV test result was negative, but who may have b
ative models of masculinity that support their own health and that of others. This can lead to improved partner communication , increased co
may not understand how corrections in estimates (due to changes in methods) need to be distinguished from actual trends.            This session
e. There is still an urgent need for prevention and early diagnosis of the disease, as well as for patient monitoring. The challenge is of such c
  of social and economic disadvantage, which is often the case for children affected by HIV/AIDS. And yet neither the AIDS community nor th
ssful. Drug policy has therefore become a key human rights issue, and an integral approach that incorporates a human rights perspective is u
 mming scale-up has not been to scale that matches the gravity of the epidemic for a number of reasons, among them insufficient political lea
  the social indicators which were analysed can help in monitoring and evaluating responses to the epidemic and demonstrate progress mad
 ), Executive Director of the Global Fund, will give a talk on why operations research into HIV treatment and care systems is vital for informing
e 2010. The preparation of an international legal standard such as a recommendation includes the broadest possible consultation on issue
Agency put in place a multi-layered decentralized structure for coordinating the national response. It has established coordination mechanism
 ning in pediatric manifestations of HIV disease, available pediatric formulations, appropriate utilization of ARVs, and availability of tests for e
nd blood products therefore poses an exceptionally high risk of transmission of HIV (95-100%) compared to other common routes of HIV exp
ntral Asia. Lessons learned from 5 years of activity of WHO/GTZ Knowledge Hubs will be presented and discussed.
ng of microbicides and preventive and therapeutic vaccines To discuss what impact known and potential subtype differences have on guid

men infected and affected by HIV, the guarantee of their sexual and reproductive rights, care for victims of violence against women and the pr
eholders at the global and national levels. Around the world countries, communities and organizations are engaged in HIV vaccine research
sed groups, receive the services they need. Despite recognition of common ground, opportunities to strengthen integrated programming are
  of national programs; the role played by the business sector in addressing stigma and gender issues; the provision of livelihood opportunitie
 t understanding into effective national policies and appropriately targeted and resourced programs. This has been achieved through a proce
ger to present our lessons learned and inspire dialogue on the use of soccer to engage young people in HIV prevention. This presentation w
e the implications of rising food prices for people's risks, vulnerabilities and impacts in the context of the AIDS epidemic? How to better unde

cess can be greatly influenced by what these groups do or do not do.       Employees and employers, and their associations, as well as interna
 nts developed for the global network which include the goals and objectives of the network and terms of referenceObjective 4- To facilitate a
ng workforces. The interconnectivity of these two issues is increasingly recognized - as is the need to address them in parallel, and not ind
d by HIV experts, its implementation has been enhanced by the application of classic business and management principles. During this sat
 om attaining legal immigration status except in extremely limited circumstances. The government has also banned HIV-positive visitors from
 ing IMAI materials to allow decentralization of HIV services and to strengthen prevention efforts. In this sessions, country experience and


   degree to which countries are meeting their UNGASS commitments. During the satellite various stakeholders will be invited to discuss their
 ess comprehensive sexuality education, contraceptives and sexual and reproductive health services. It is therefore important that HIV/AIDS
 ER &#8232;activities has proven effective in building both network credibility&#8232; and popularity with young people. The evaluation furthe
g an agenda for future research. At each International AIDS Conference, a topic will be chosen and a draft of recommendations for future res
heir organizations – self-help groups, support groups, home-based care groups – and starting with AIDS as an entry-point, grassroots women
 ul and empirically validated intervention in the fight to end HIV/AIDS. This session will review the research that shows the causal correlation
  om Kenya have been asked to chair.
                                                                             

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ad to HIV transmission and is conducive to our witnessing more infection.
 hen expressing our sexuality and intimacy we have an overwhelm
 erapy (HAART) and preventing-mother-to-child transmission (PMTCT) services for female IDUs; Barriers impeding access to OST, HAART
 cussed, as well as the importance of current backbones and potential future options.
  tems. Through a moderated dialogue with key donors this session will explore positive examples of how funding mechanisms can be used
                       Different partners have recognized that “Know your Epidemic and Know your Response” is of paramount importance, a
 linary research agenda on HIV/AIDS in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). One of the major goals of GNR-MENA is to act as a scien
getting tested and from disclosing their HIV status, and also may represent an obstacle to receiving treatment and counseling. As women are
   already stressed health systems. More than 30 countries use EPTs in IMAI trainings. They are usually recruited from groups of people livin
UNITAID.        Similarly, in many countries civil society is represented on national policy making bodies such as the National AIDS Council, C
 ng, attention needs to be drawn to the risk of decreasing attention to continued and increased financing for the other, unique, aspects of the
WHA have played in the Caribbean’s efforts to date in responding to the epidemic and also, in this regard, the implications for the achievem
                                                                                                          

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  people can be the wind beneath the wings of many others. It’s the powerful heart of dancing.<br><br>
 polyabigere RC- Riced Centre<br>
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 Delegation <br>Senegal

 d public health discourses. Following on from standing-room-only satellite sessions at the Bangkok, Toronto and Sri Lanka AIDS conference
 tions and grassroots groups have been responding to HIV and AIDS, recent reports indicate various challenges in accessing quality sustaina
s, the world is far short from the 80% coverage target set by UNGASS. Weak health systems, fear and stigma of HIV, community mobilizatio
 als, civic leaders and community advocates with new models for expanding HIV services and programs. The Joint United Nations Programm
medium to long-term planning. There is a pressing need to expand, energize and bring international consistency to efforts to understand the e
 ternational HIV/AIDS Alliance, International Planned Parenthood Federation Africa Region Office, Global AIDS Alliance, and Population Actio
ill highlight the lessons learnt from targeted intervention among sex workers, injecting drug users, men who have sex with men; impact of co
  authorities in order to find a common scientific understanting on this matter. We now wish to explain our position and to open a public debat
ocess and systems in the second session and in the last session Vailet Mukotsanjera will review results of research on AIDS financing and s
sociated high mortality rate among PLHIV calls for urgent actions to be taken by all stakeholders, particularly HIV policy makers and service
 were released. These results included positive findings related to adult male circumcision and negative or flat/null results related to various c

f the HIV/AIDS pandemic, it is also essential that the field encourage researchers in the hardest hit areas in the developing world to join in th
nts, private sector, donor community, international organizations, civil society, and research institutions. Although the presentations focused
e men and women want to have a child. But they worry about the health risks for the parents and the baby, and whether or not they will have
 ticular rural women affected by HIV and AIDS, continue to experience deepening poverty and are at particular risk as they face the double th
ival of individuals and ultimately communities impacted by the HIV/AIDS pandemic, including: 1) Innovative programs for orphaned and vu
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 comprehensive strategy of HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment should address positive prevention. 
his session begins with an introduction

hallenges, consequences, and beyond the successful of the good practices from Thailand will be the crucial voice to international to sustaina
tage clinical trials of biomedical interventions that can detect and quantify modest intervention effects on HIV infection and adequately evalua
s can effectively contribute to prevent HIV infections and improve the quality of life of PLWH. The partnership offers micro-finance institutions

fant prophylaxis and maternal HAART. Methods: Breastfeeding HIV-1-infected women were enrolled in a phase III clinical trial (PEPI-Mala
nvolved in smooth process for continued access to ARVs and other life-saving medicines, beginning this session.India’s signing TRIPS agree
domasoquistas sin concesiones dejando a la audiencia la posibilidad de reflexionar y ver reflejada su propia vida amorosa y afectiva.<br><b


hem to improve their psychological condition.<br><br>Presenter: Mr. Chung To <br>China
 ork Of Sex Workers<br>Thailand

at have helped or will help to address the needs of those who use drugs; and recommendations for improving the health and well being of ID




stions such as the scientific obstacles preventing rapid development and delivery of preventive vaccines and microbicides. The speakers will
 utherners holding their own governments and global agencies accountable.

esign of studies? Thesequestions are lingering questions yet to be adequately addressed as they may impact deeply on the way community
.0% in 2007, AIDS continues to be the single largest cause of mortality in sub-Saharan Africa. This evidence calls for a strong partnership be

odología vivencial que genera la pronta comprension y la interiorización de los temas tratados.

s Violations and stigma and discrimination, share presenter's experiences, gather participants' experiences and propose solutions to concer

 will develop networking skills and a strategy to transfer information received at the conference into action when they return home.



género y educación sexual, resistencias académicas, religiosas y políticas encontradas, léxico y abordaje recomendados, y mediante el inte
icated failure, and the use of new drugs in treatment-experienced patients.
            

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ganda<br>
lisabeth Fadul, Dominican Republic<br>




 gage in the workshop.<br><br>Comisión de los Derechos Humanos del Distrito Federal<br>México.




om HIV infection.<br><br>Trust for Indigenous Culture and Health<br>Kenya.


mmunity and to support young advocates, in advocacy and other efforts.<br><br>Family Care International<br>United States
information exchange and partnership building will be facilitated between report card creators and between the creators and conference dele




ateral) of AIDS programmes worldwide will demand better measuring and reporting of outcomes. In addition National AIDS Programmes w

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s, information portals, wiki and SMS applications, etc are delivering results in the health sector cheaply and instantaneously. 
his panel will e




CASO), the International HIV/AIDS Alliance and Constella Futures, explores the challenge of successfully implementing M&E methodologies
uraged to discuss how their strategic plans were developed.
werment and community development to design their own unique culturally appropriate seminars and develop a plan of action for implement


rra vínculos y experiencias transmitidas entre tres personas que convivieron juntas.<br><br>Presenter: Regueiro, Raul<br>Cuba
ountries and sub-Saharan Africa; will include successes and challenges; sharing of upcoming advocacy opportunities in which participants ca

ntered around the issues affecting prostitutes: sexuality, AIDS prevention and citizenship. Approximately 15 models will enter on the catwalk


m approach to combating the HIV epidemic. The session will provide a forum for discussion of points raised and an exchange of ideas and v




, some are folk songs in minority places of China and some are hip-hop created by modern youth.<br><br>China Youth Network<br>China
 arriers that HIV positive migrants face in crossing international borders.
his session will explore the interrelationship between sex and relationship education for girls and boys, sexual health behaviour and HIV prev
sionals, as well as community health workers, has been recommended as a return to the core principles of health services that are accessibl

nt information and tracing book methodology. Body mapping is an experiential form of art and narrative therapy that was first developed to em
mas en los hospitales, la impotencia de los médicos para tratar una nueva enfermedad.<br><br>Presenter: Escola, Rómulo & Ruben Tamb
ne.<br><br> Empower Foundation<br>Thailand
 cessary to prevent HIV infection and maintain their sexual health. Assist youth to prepare a drama based presentation to the school on what
 de Antropología Médica Crítica Universidad Nacional de Colombia<br>Colombia

 e puede realizar entre el arte de contar cuentos (NOE) y las acciones de prevención del VIH.<br><br>Presenter: Clemades, Tirso<br>Mexic
 e sustainability of the current mechanisms if the objective of guaranteeing free and universal access until 2010, is taken seriously. Three ser
 anisms of interaction of HIV with non-HIV pathogens typical of various geographical regions.
rview will be then followed by a roundtable discussion with the participation of the Coalition of the First Ladies of Latin America and Michel Ka
s change, the face of AIDS by 2031.The Satellite, "Taking a long term view: Options for the future of AIDS" will bring together conveners of t
 agenda based on investigator-led research that industry can support
 es of integrating food and nutritional support into care and treatment programmes. The session will also address the challenge of ensuring a
anding how HIV differentially affects females and males to strengthen national response efforts, and strategies for supporting and empoweri
DS more than doubled between 2000 and 2007, reaching 12.1 million in 2007. About 5.4 million (16%) of people living with HIV are young pe
HIV/AIDS in Africa: Our Agenda for Action, 2007-2011, is based on preparatory analytical work and consultations, and adjusts to the new env
n sex work and other high risk behaviors. Despite the significant rates of infection, research, program, and policy initiatives in HIV prevention

 d. WAGGGS received funding from the UNAIDS-led Global Coalition on Women and AIDS to develop this project. The booklets cover info
 global health initiatives and health systems actors at the international and country level must be promoted. Global health initiatives, health sy
 to UN (and other) procurement agencies in order to guide diagnostics procurement decisions.            The objectives of the satellite are: (1) to in
der inequality challenges that exist on structural, behavioral, and cultural levels that continue to exacerbate a feminized HIV/AIDS epidemic w
 r sustained success.        The purpose of this session will be - To draw attention to ways of overcoming barriers at country level to large-sca
 stic and individual perspective beyond sexual acts, pregnancy and disease prevention. It will also address challenges in implementing sexua
one or both of their parents to AIDS – AIDS orphans – are sometimes in the media. But since HIV, the virus that causes AIDS, is commonly
 ese challenging times when the immediate emergency (Tsunami/floods) overlaps with the endemic emergency of HIV and AIDS?
 management trends in HIV, discuss the clinical efficacy and safety data of the new drug classes, review special management consideration
  ROCK<br>México
enter: Bowtell, Bill<br>Australia
 technologies that go beyond a limited model, but it has also contributed to the stigmatization of vulnerable populations and heightened the ri
 e best capitalization of the interventions and with the experiences. To support these various efforts, strategies of mobilization of the resource
 and disclosure issues will be discussed and creative thinking will be encouraged.

demic and a broad characterization of the epidemic is not necessarily informative. Overshadowed by the general impression of low HIV pre
pproach to HV/AIDS where Ophelia will take us to several African countries to meet families with HIV, hospital personnel, political leaders an
ct of such partnerships will be highlighted. Specifically, the satellite is aimed at people involved in governments, faith and business, in order t
 rough improved policies and programs, and support health, legal, and social services to mitigate the impacts of violence. The satellite will fo

nt information and tracing book methodology. Body mapping is an experiential form of art and narrative therapy that was first developed to em


ordaje en búsqueda de una vida digna para todas las personas afectadas por la epidemia.<br><br>Presenter: Martínez, Alejandra <br>Méx
g to the impacts of HIV/AIDS, and the gained strength.<br><br>National Association of People Living with HIV/AIDS<br>Australia
t really driving to a conclusion but enabling the participants explore on these statements.<br><br>National Organization of Peer Educators (N
nes del deseo. Derechos sexuales y reproductivos como derechos humanos. Defendiendo mi derecho al placer y a mi orientación sexual, c
 ecessary to respond to the pandemic and the implementation of actions planned by governments.<br><br> GESTOS<br>Brazil


 equis nécessaires à l’installation du dit programme ainsi que les contours et étapes de sa mise en œuvre dans un environnement à ressourc




power to influence policy according to their ideology or moral beliefs rather than the available data.<br><br>This session will deal with sexual

tive health and rights implications on positive prevention.
he epidemic among the underserved communities, and their recommendations on the development of adequate public policies.
 policy makers, and donors are working together to overcome challenges and find opportunities to combat violence against women.<br><br>
 will teach culturally appropriate advocacy strategies to create enabling social and policy environments on issues affecting Orphans and Vuln
s, why it is essential to sound programme design, and how to conduct it.




  pamphlets on the making of the film, directors note, challenges faced and the research done.<br><br>SPACE (Society for People's Awaren
 rgy. 5 young people and two ex-drug users will present a performance demonstrating the positive influence of the arts and of hip hop culture
 mejor permanecer en silencio?<br><br>Presenter: Fiore, Débora <br>Argentina


HIV prevention to date and conclude with a call to action in forming and sustaining a new prevention movement that will push prevention effo
y (e.g. business, personal visits) or for longer periods (e.g. employment, asylum, family reunification, resettlement or study). Current reports i
mit”, held on 31st July -1st August 2008. The results from a global consultation among PLHIV networks worldwide organised by the LIVING p
 generated 10 billion USD for the AIDS response. Yet even with such unprecedented increases in financing, if the current levels continue an




 tudios del prenatal se descubre viviendo con VIH.<br><br>Presenter: Sardinha, Aline <br>Brazil
umenical Pre-Conference on AIDS<br>INERELA
     

     U
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nite States
  Identifying and documenting violations at the intersection of HIV and reproductive rights is a crucial first step and vital to effective advocacy.
 al response is unparalleled, yet universal access targets for young people’s prevention, treatment, care and support are far from being met.
ding protection to people at risk of stigma, discrimination, criminalization and other potential adverse outcomes. This session will be grounded
haran Africa are attributed to injecting drug use. The world’s fastest growing epidemic is in Eastern Europe where more than 70% of the infec
 d cultural issues relevant to the region; provide input into strategies for career development of junior Caribbean scientists; and return home w
as técnicas se encuentran enfocadas en la prevención del VIH/SIDA.
ogical disorders.

 es of programme development, preparing them to confidently implement a community health worker programme in any environment. Topics

y a friendly, informal style. This workshop arises from their clinical experience, including blushes and uncertainty, when talking about sex with
 con su cuerpo y su entorno.

 Y-PEER International coordinator and leader will facilitate the discussion.<br><br>Youth Peer Education Networks : Y-PEERUnited States


 resenter: Vidanapathirana, Herath <br>Sri Lanka
on and suicide among families. Worst of all, stigma, denial, and apathy fuel the belief that HIV is not our disease, but a disease of the other.
 health consequences of social exclusion and marginalization.<br><br> Youth R.I.S.E - An international network for reducing drug-related ha
youth, an HIV- gay male, and a vaccine trial participant. Interspersed throughout, is basic HIV prevention.<br><br>CASA<br>México


on HIV/AIDS in Ontario<br>Canada




? Does Latin America need one or more regional conferences? How do the issues and agenda of the regional conferences get into the Intern
nterventions, including structural interventions, and comprehensive HIV prevention programmes.
                                                                                                                            

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ive rights and likely to have differing desires, facing different circumstances and consequences than their sexual partners.
 iven that ‘sexual




tancia. El conflicto de identidad que presenta la transexualidad tiene su origen en la incongruencia entre el cuerpo y la psique de la persona.
entes para que puedan aportar para el debate. Las conclusiones y un reporte se distribuirán vía electrónica para que cada red pueda trabaja

 hope that there is a way to stop the HIV virus through a viable vaccine?<br><br>AIDS Healthcare Foundation<br>United States


<br><br>Video featuring sex workers from Bangladesh, Brazil, Cambodia, Mali, Thailand and more. They describe the problems created by
eport of the Commission was prepared following a review of the scientific evidence and after extensive consultations with policy makers, civil
ough the principles known as the "Three Ones" -- one national plan, one national coordinating authority, and one national monitoring and eva

es from HIV since seeking healthcare, information, or admitting their lack of knowledge about sex would be considered a sign of weakness (
 In response, the World Bank has launched several rigorous Impact Evaluations of HIV/AIDS interventions in Sub-Saharan Africa to assist p
women in their sexual relationships and in expanding their options. In highly affected areas, schools are also playing an increasing role in t
me linkages and coordination between HIV/AIDS and sexual and reproductive health". HIV is largely a sexually transmitted infection or transm
umber of disabilities secondary to the disease itself or its pharmacologic treatment.    To promote the issue and its integration into national p

ween parents and children, leaving countries devoid of literacy and education. As a result of AIDS, about 9% of South Africa´s GDP is projec
g these issues; policies should aim to support women’s economic independence, their right to property and inheritance, their ability to protec

? And what are the gaps in this work? This topic will be discussed from the perspective of supporting children and families generally, and als
  the past year at various AIDS conferences and will be the venue for disseminating a draft consensus statement derived from all these discu
n particular in Brazil and its impact in other Latin American countries) has generated positive impact in-country and in the region. ABIA coord
and sex workers and their clients; young women and girls) is often enhanced by policies that fail to take into account the realities of different p
eople living with HIV. The level of income inequality in the Latin America and Caribbean region is amongst the highest in the world, with we
 l Access in Latin America by 2010 Methodology: Based on the identification of regional and subregional epidemic profiles,as well as countr
 medicines and is financed by a solidarity level on international air travel and Debt2Health, a debt swap initiative of the Global Fund. The even



 ies, few recipients have the implementation capacity or experience to deal with the challenges and requirements of PSM.         This session will

artir, organizar y acceder electrónicamente a información en español, incluyendo documentos sobre políticas, buenas prácticas, experiencia
s), Law Reform Commissions, judges, civil society and human rights organisations from the SADC region. The current draft of the Model Law
 The resulting isolation and stress may put international labour migrants at risk of exposure to HIV. This risk is exacerbated by inadequate ac
 ervice delivery,. identifying it as the first level of access for health services. However, the best model of effectively engaging the community i

on and suicide among families. Worst of all, stigma, denial, and apathy fuel the belief that HIV is not our disease, but a disease of the other.



br><br>World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts<br>London
cy agendas, and present case studies, strategies, and best practices to this end.<br><br>Global Health Advocates / Center for Sustainable H
 are providers in southern African states and advocates the application of a rights-based approach, which is based on human rights principle




the social context of reproduction as its central organizing concept. The issues to be discussed are: reproductive choice, fertility, desire thro
dence the seriousness and extent of the challenges and will also propose some solutions. It will bring together influential donors and succes
the critical insights on the implications of a vulnerability reduction model to compliment the risk reduction efforts at the community level.

s. Come learn more about these tools and how Parenting Clubs operate, through this interactive session!
al is to empower health professionals to communicate more effectively with patients and increase the toolbox for practitioners working in sett
muser pour examiner les matières complexes de la stigmatisation et les MSM dans un contexte africain.




ents made by ART negotiations in LAC over the last five years, a detailed presentation of the methodology and a discussion between lecture
gentina<br>Argentina
uitable for the conference or youth program opening or any other public concert event.<br><br>The 411 Initiative For Change<br>Canada
 eloping practical tools for programs with multiple target groups, and standardizing measures for evaluating programs. The stage is now set f
 es for AIDS, through the Global Fund, PEPFAR, other bilateral aid programmes and private foundations are enabling expansion in countries
 victimization and low self-esteem in LGBT young people which increase their risk for HIV infection.
virus, antiretrovirals are also being studied for use as pre-exposure prophylaxis for individuals most at risk of infection. Over 3 million people




 ssion and dialogue.<br><br>Treatment Action Campaign & Community Health Media Trust<br>Canada
oices of youth affected by HIV and AIDS will be screened. <br><br>Presenter: Jonathan Morgan <br>South Africa
del condón y el compromiso con el bien común, la libertad de conciencia y la justicia.<br><br>Católicas por el Derecho a Decidir<br>México

how young peoples' sexual rights are being violated and participate in exercises to explore how to strengthen young peoples' support structu
We will invite the participation of representatives of Chinese MSM organizations, government officials, experts and everyone who cares this a




 a world affected by HIV, and of their families.

 enda. This session will aim to outline some of the new frontiers for the developing international harm reduction agenda – including the freque
ists, to researchers to government officials or advisors who will seek to put across how HIV prevention, care, support and treatment program
is and post-conflict transitions.
que este sea con calidad, en un marco de Derechos Humanos y conforme a las recomendaciones internacionales. Este taller es para activi




MSM, particularly male sex workers (MSWs), affect their morality, values and norms, and how it compares and contrasts with the normative
arios, de políticas y estrategias en el tema de ITS/SIDA y discapacidad. El taller será conducido en español pero los/las facilitadores/as podr
iative Care Alliance<br>United Kingdom

 and stigma given the large number of youth already living with HIV and needing support from their peers.<br><br>Plan Uganda<br>Uganda
Peneloppe<br>India

e<br><br>Empower Foundation<br>Thailand
 periment with different ways of existing and interacting in the world. <br><br>YouthCO AIDS Society<br>Canada
APROASE AC.<br>México
mselves. It’s called the Care Economy and the time, energy and resources women spend on these tasks is unrecognized, unvalued and unpa

he strengths and weaknesses of these.
 o truly “engender” the AIDS response? How do we move from rhetoric about women to action that matters to women? This interactive dialog
pact on criminalization, such as phylogenetic testing and new studies regarding infectiousness while on successful treatment, as well as socia


  her mother's death.<br><br>Presenter: Ross, Alischa<br>Australia
 , sabe que no queda más tiempo para soñar.<br><br>Presenter: Gómez, Polo. <br>Mexico

dores Sociales Calandria<br>
eruP
                                

cations Policy & Advocacy. Dr Konstantin Lezhentsev, Head of Treatment.<br><br>All-Ukraininan Network of PLWHAs<br>Ukraine
e prevención , tertulias y actividades de intercambios con enfoque de género sobre el tema de VIH .<br><br>Ministerio de Salud Pública<br

 are advocating for AIDS programs and policies that meet the realities of their lives. Hear from women in parliament, civil society and commu
er for Research on Women, and Tibotec Inc., expert delegates from international organisations, government, pharmaceutical industry, civil so

IV. Despite this, however, there are still lingering questions about sustaining comprehensive HIV prevention for the future and even more co
pecific country’s experience or on multi-country efforts will present contributions of research to solve important issues related to scaling up a
HIV/AIDS requires a rapid expansion of activities that can only be achieved by establishing parallel systems that are more flexible and focuse
 Dr. Volkow will discuss the role of substance abuse in leading to risky behaviors and poor judgment. Dr. Metzger will present the scientific e

cted by the epidemic. Speakers will discuss current policy and implementation challenges; political opportunities for promoting family-centere
adomasoquistas sin consesiones dejando a la audiencia la posibilidad de reflexionar y ver reflejada su propia vida amorosa y afectiva
 researchers from resource-limited settings, who will present to the journals what the obstacles and barriers are on the long road to getting p
  and AIDS. Nevertheless, religious leaders have an essential role to play in the elimination of stigma and discrimination as well as in the deliv
mportant policy processes, including the assessment of youth-related universal access targets, what has been accomplished and what is lac
      The complexities of pilot testing novel approaches and evaluating demonstration projects cost-effectively with adequate rigor to scientific
  Development Goal that aims to combat HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria and other diseases. The Mexico AIDS Conference presents an opportunit
 has not significantly increased. However, the first signs of success show that the epidemic has been contained in some high prevalence s
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e on recent data concerning individualisation of treatment in relation to the use of nevirapine (NVP) and tipranavir (TPV). 
 earlier treatment
 peaked in 1997/98 at 29.3 %, then levelled off and declined most significantly in the period after 2001 to 15.6 % in 2007. The story of this firs
urther policy and program linkages to strengthen policy working relationships and to increase the collective effectiveness of governments to a
ociety, research, policy – will take stock of the state of the field and address the current challenges across sectors, charting a course of actio
nd quality of services they provide. This session will present this innovative and effective program.
  children. The film's director, after experiencing the tragedy of children orphaned by AIDS, was compelled to DO something- thus the birth of
                                                          

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 promoting human rights for LGBTI in Nepal.<br><br>
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 , sabe que no queda más tiempo para soñar.<br><br>Presenter: Gómez, Polo<br>Mexico

s begin in the audience and dialogue with members of the audience who participate in the process of the improvisation.<br><br>Sapphire Cr

 chanism.<br><br>PEOPLE LIKE US (PLUS) KOLKATA<br>India




g up in prevention, VCT, rapid testing, delivery of ART, consistent access to medication, including a discussion on the accountability of dono
pproach so we can try to understand what (and who) is driving this fundamental shift in policy
of circumcision.
                                                

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 must be supported if programming is to advance.
he Pan Caribbean Partnership against HIV and AIDS (PANCAP) has marked its 6th anniv


uction, the workshop will become an interactive session with participants moving between different groups, exploring different ways of commu
 rses in HIV pandemic countries and in turn strengthening national health systems.


es and lessons learned. The session will be conducted in English and will be valuable for professionals working on HIV/SRHR, youth, acade
ented and identify traps to avoid.

 of Religious Leaders Living with and Affected by HIV (INERELA+). Presenters and group work facilitators are experienced in working with fa

e to all those affected by HIV.
spire her to start a new journey with positive attitude towards life. <br><br>Presenter: Sarkar, Amitava <br>India
with the treatment presently available. The play also focuses on the need for community action and mobilization against discrimination and s
ervical barriers, pre-exposure prophylaxis and vaccines. <br><br>AVAC<br>United States

ccredited HIV and AIDS counselors in both public and prison contexts.<br><br>Columbia University HIV Centre for Clinical and Behavioral S
geles under a different name and running the LA chapter of Sex Workers Outreach Project Los Angeles (SWOP-LA). <br><br>Sex Workers

se is somehow detracting from broader health systems strengthening. This special session will explore different perspectives on the current
 moting an agenda for youth and recognition of the development impacts of the epidemic. The purpose of the Special Session is to address t
mpact of the epidemic, and the human devastation it has caused.




 ticulación y liderazgo de las mujeres mexicanas que viven con VIH en la respuesta al VIH y sida a nivel nacional y interacional.
 jor, lejos del miedo al otro.<br><br>Presenter: Fiore, Débora<br>Argentina
 epresentation. It will also provide a space where participants can write their experiences and recommendations, and contact information for f

         

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 ntario HIV Treatment Network<br>
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e, if any, and then develop the theme, in terms of successes or failures in intervention and responses that civil society and government have
od and nutrition are important, what are lessons learned from the field, how countries have incorporated nutrition into national AIDS policy an


ent support programme in southern Africa.


 mente para tu comunidad. Esta meodologia comprobada tiene sus bases en las teorias de accion comunitaria y de apoderamiento.


can nations. Participants will walk out with a package of knowledge, skills and educational materials on Community Clinic Based male circum

ent, impact on future treatment options and side effects.
 al media. Panos will further disseminate findings and emerging issues online, reaching an audience beyond the conference. <br><br>Panos
 atization of gender nonconformity, homophobia, and HIV/AIDS.<br><br>Presenter: Ramirez-Valles, Jesús<br>United States
undo que estén interesadas en él.Red Democracia y Sexualidad Puebla y Edupares ACMéxico
extos, y están difundidos con el propio idioma materna o usando el mismo lenguaje según el caso. <br><br>Asociación Payasos Atz'Anem K

prometidas con la respuesta intergeneracional al VIH puedan desarrollar iniciativas similares. Asociación de Comunicadores Sociales Calan
                                                                                                               

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efs regarding violence and HIV/AIDS and to become aware of the context for addressing these issues.<br><br>
IV Center for Clinical & Beh




 technical support provided across a variety of contexts by members of the UNAIDS IATT on Education will assist participants in developing s
 ses, including grant application processes and help participants to engage in future funding rounds of the Global Fund.
cess to female condoms, as one option among many, with the goal of ensuring comprehensive, good quality sexual and reproductive health s

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 itment and resources provide solid ground to focus where impact can be reached. 
 comprehensive response addressing risk factors, gend
os para desarrollar la prevención del VIH, el acceso a asistencia médica, campañas de mercadotecnia social e iniciativas de mobilización co
and care for persons living with HIV? What is the effect on the sustainability of HIV prevention programmes? How do we ensure that women




 ida, Vagner <br>Brazil


eatro corporal, danza y objeto en fragmentos intercalados con el video; con la temática del VIH de uno de ellos y su partida
spots will be selected from VIHdeo America, an anthology of HIV TV spots from the region that will be shown for the first time at an Internati

econceptions about the role and attitudes of the Church, as well as speaking critically into the Church about fulfilling its crucial social justice m

 ared HIV and AIDS a national emergency and consequently launched an aggressive multil-sectoral and multilevel campaign against the epid
nfections that could have been prevented or treated. A significant proportion of HIV-positive men and women report that they want to have a
 lt was negative, but who may have been at risk. An other issue has been how to more effectively detect HIV acute infections, and stop trans
 artner communication , increased condom use, reduction of sexual partners, delayed initiation of sex, increased use of HIV services, and an
  from actual trends.   This session aims to highlight the link between HIV surveillance in countries and overall national estimates and how t
monitoring. The challenge is of such consequence, that the response must come from the entire community, through both Public and Private
et neither the AIDS community nor the early childhood community has fully made the connection. The AIDS community should be better info
 rates a human rights perspective is urgently needed. This involves shifting the current policy focused on militarization and the fight against d
 , among them insufficient political leadership and inadequate resources.      Whilst the world eagerly awaits vaccines and microbicides to red
emic and demonstrate progress made in the region which so far had not been visible due to the exclusive use of clinical and epidemiological
and care systems is vital for informing policy and practice, and what the key gaps in evidence in this field are. There will be two presentation
 adest possible consultation on issues, perspectives and prescriptions. It rests on a state-of-the-art analysis and debate to become a univers
  established coordination mechanisms for government and non-government actors within the response cutting across public sector, civil soc
 f ARVs, and availability of tests for early detection of HIV infection in children. There is an urgent need for scale-up of prevention, care and tr
 d to other common routes of HIV exposure: for example, 11-32% for perinatal HIV transmission and 0.1-10% for sexual contact. Around 2.7

 tial subtype differences have on guidelines and recommendations for prevention, treatment and care of HIV infection.          Agenda Overview

of violence against women and the prevention of HIV/AIDS in children and women, access to integral care for women and girls living with HIV
are engaged in HIV vaccine research and development (R&D). Over the last seven years, there has been a marked increase in the level of in
 ngthen integrated programming are often missed or limited by; institutional barriers, competition for limited resources, conditionality, or lack o
he provision of livelihood opportunities for affected individuals and communities; and the possibilities for sustainable scale-up of treatment thr
  has been achieved through a process of (i)data synthesis, (ii) development of a local model of the HIV epidemic, (iii) modeling the impact of
HIV prevention. This presentation will demonstrate how this innovative methodology has been adapted for diverse audiences across Africa
AIDS epidemic? How to better understand and unravel the links and mitigate impacts? This presentation will address this pressing current is

d their associations, as well as international technical assistance and financing organizations, have extensive experience, technical expertise,
  referenceObjective 4- To facilitate a strategic planning session to brainstorm emerging priorities and tasks for the global network including r
 address them in parallel, and not independently. Resolving the health workforce crisis will have a positive impact not just on the AIDS respon
agement principles. During this satellite you will be shown the • Organization design for implementing at scale and lessons learnt. These in
 lso banned HIV-positive visitors from traveling to or transiting through the U.S.   The HIV bar first came into effect in 1987 in the early days
 s sessions, country experience and lessons learnt will be presented and discussed.


 olders will be invited to discuss their views on accountability and leadership, addressing questions such as: How do we increase accountabil
 s therefore important that HIV/AIDS policies and programs adequately address the needs and rights of young people. At a conference a y
h young people. The evaluation further showed that this newly improved perception of the network has translated into perceived credibility of
aft of recommendations for future research will be shared with conference participants for discussion and input. At the following conference, p
 as an entry-point, grassroots women have created broad-based, holistic community development approaches to mitigate the impact of HIV
arch that shows the causal correlation between stable housing and positive health outcomes and show how housing has been used as an eff

  and intimacy we have an overwhelming responsibility to prevent HIV transmission. Analyzing behaviors and discussing the psycho-emotiona
 rs impeding access to OST, HAART and PMTCT services and best practices facilitating entry and retention in services; and Challenges and

w funding mechanisms can be used to create synergistic linkages between SRH and HIV programs and what still needs to be done to overco
  onse” is of paramount importance, and have implemented different analytical tools to know a country’s HIV epidemic and know its preventio
 s of GNR-MENA is to act as a scientific forum with no political or disciplinary boundaries and to help facilitate and promote research and sch
 ment and counseling. As women are key to the response to the epidemics, examining the intersections of HIV/AIDS and violence against wo
y recruited from groups of people living with HIV or non-governmental organizations that work closely with them. All EPT’s undergo a three-d
  uch as the National AIDS Council, CCM, etc. This recognition of civil society to be at the table has been achieved after significant and con
 for the other, unique, aspects of the HIV response, and community-based organisations, which play a key role in the response to the pandem
 d, the implications for the achievement of universal access by 2010.
                                      

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onto and Sri Lanka AIDS conferences (e.g. see this report from IRIN Plus News: http://www.plusnews.org/Report.aspx?ReportId=73899), we
allenges in accessing quality sustainable resources for their work on AIDS. Yet, financing women’s empowerment and gender equality is ess
stigma of HIV, community mobilization with support from the male partner, and integration of PMTCT services with maternal, newborn and ch
   The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) estimates that between 770,000 and 2.1 million men, women and children ar
 istency to efforts to understand the economics of AIDS. This session will bring together recent research presentations from academia and in
 l AIDS Alliance, and Population Action International, which aims to support civil society organizations in accessing the Global Fund and to in
who have sex with men; impact of condom use and impact of prevention strategies among various sub population groups. The session will a
 r position and to open a public debate on this topic. For any information, pls contact: luciano.ruggia@bag.admin.ch
 of research on AIDS financing and spending in five countries in East and Southern Africa: Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Tanzania and Zambia.
ularly HIV policy makers and service providers. The satellite session, co-sponsored by WHO, IAS, Global Fund, the Forum for Collaborative
or flat/null results related to various cervical barrier, HSV-2 susceptibility, microbicide and vaccine trials. Each trial conclusion triggered a cas

 s in the developing world to join in the development effort. To catalyze efforts to attract young investigators, researchers from developing co
 Although the presentations focused mainly on Southern and East Africa, the methodologies in terms of policies, programmes and research a
by, and whether or not they will have a long, healthy life to love and support the child. Other HIV-positive couples want to prevent pregnancy,
 ticular risk as they face the double threat of increasing demand for land and the HIV pandemic undermining social safety nets in rural areas.
 ative programs for orphaned and vulnerable children (REPSSI), 2) Evidence-based and scalable intervention for improving the functioning a
s session begins with an introduction of the concept – what is positive prevention and why it is an integral part of a comprehensive HIV/AIDS

 ucial voice to international to sustainable achieve Universal Access 2010 and beyond. The voice from discussion will also remind all partners
n HIV infection and adequately evaluate product safety. This session will include presentations by IOM committee members on key report
ership offers micro-finance institutions also the possibility to develop other products – health insurance and SME (small and medium enterpris

n a phase III clinical trial (PEPI-Malawi) in Blantyre, Malawi. Infants were randomized at birth to receive one of three regimens: A) single-dos
 session.India’s signing TRIPS agreement in 1995 will effectively end copycat industry for newer drugs, but will be a double blow for the worl
opia vida amorosa y afectiva.<br><br>Presenter: Vásquez, Onan<br>Mexico




 oving the health and well being of IDUs.<br><br>ICASO<br>Canada.




 and microbicides. The speakers will reflect on strategic considerations within the field, such as promoting basic science and innovative prod


mpact deeply on the way community groups collaborate with researchers and on their vision of the critical role that civil society should have a
ence calls for a strong partnership between Government, Private Sector and Civil Society Organisations to immediately implement and accel



ces and propose solutions to concerns raised.

on when they return home.



 je recomendados, y mediante el intercambio de experiencias y posibilidad de replicación.
nal<br>United States
een the creators and conference delegates.<br><br>Canadian Treatment Action Council<br>Canada.




dition National AIDS Programmes will have to be more efficient with their interventions in order to maximize investment and results. They

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and instantaneously. 
his panel will explore the growing potential of applying ICTs to health and development, and also the challenges those




ly implementing M&E methodologies to track and assess the progress and results of advocacy efforts.

evelop a plan of action for implementation at their home sites.


 Regueiro, Raul<br>Cuba
 opportunities in which participants can become involved. <br><br>RESULTS Educational Fund<br>United States

                                                                                             

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y 15 models will enter on the catwalk one after another accompanied by popular music.<br><br>
avida - Prostituição, Direitos Civis, Saúde<


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sed and an exchange of ideas and views. 
ational Network of Associations of PLWHA (RENSIDA)
 ozambique




br>China Youth Network<br>China
 exual health behaviour and HIV prevention. The session will use a gender lens to analyze in and out of school sex education programmes.
 of health services that are accessible, equitable, of good quality and sustainable. This session will look at the available evidence and experie

herapy that was first developed to empower and support women living with HIV in southern Africa.<br><br>Presenter: Smith, Patricia<br>Ca
nter: Escola, Rómulo & Ruben Tambone <br>Argentina

                                                             

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 d presentation to the school on what they’ve learnt.<br><br>
ance4Life South Africa<br>
outh Africa


  resenter: Clemades, Tirso<br>Mexico
 til 2010, is taken seriously. Three series of mechanisms are presented and questioned. Those related i) to TRIPS and IPRs, ii) to the Financ

 adies of Latin America and Michel Kazatchkine, Executive Director of the Global Fund. This discussion will focus on the feminization of the e
DS" will bring together conveners of the different aids2031 working groups on modeling the epidemic, financing the response, addressing the

  address the challenge of ensuring access to adequate food after food assistance within a treatment program stops. The session also gives
 ategies for supporting and empowering positive women and men, women’s groups, and marginalized communities to effectively engage in A
  people living with HIV are young people aged 15-24 years. In October 2005, UNICEF, UNAIDS and key implementing partners launched
 ultations, and adjusts to the new environment on the ground, as well as the technological, financial, and attitudinal changes that continue to t
 nd policy initiatives in HIV prevention and care have historically overlooked the needs of transgender people. Violence against transgender p

 his project. The booklets cover information about HIV and AIDS, training in life skills and how to tackle prejudice and discrimination. The to
ed. Global health initiatives, health systems, donors, academics, multilateral agencies, civil society and health ministries each need to contrib
  bjectives of the satellite are: (1) to increase awareness of the UN prequalification of diagnostics programme, (2) to educate stakeholders abo
  te a feminized HIV/AIDS epidemic worldwide. Given the recent disappointments in trials of new technologies (cervical barriers, vaccines, m
   barriers at country level to large-scale, effective prevention programming; - To get greater clarity globally on effective means of tackling the
 ss challenges in implementing sexuality education in different parts of the world. The meeting is expected to stimulate a debate on the major
 irus that causes AIDS, is commonly transmitted through sex or drug use, people don’t really think of it affecting children.     The missing face
ergency of HIV and AIDS?
w special management considerations such as resistance and tropism, and finally as well as most importantly the program will describe how t


ble populations and heightened the risk of infection for married women and youth. Other restrictions like the anti-prostitution loyalty oath hav
tegies of mobilization of the resources are implemented. Concerning these efforts, the model is also based on a bigger and a wide involvem


 he general impression of low HIV prevalence in MENA, decision-makers may still operate under a dangerously false assumption of relative s
ospital personnel, political leaders and companies who have developed programs for their employees affected by the disease. Ophelia says
nments, faith and business, in order to stimulate discussion and create a momentum to develop partnerships for the future. The satellite aims
pacts of violence. The satellite will focus on promoting individual and collective action to address violence against women and girls, and to h

 herapy that was first developed to empower and support women living with HIV in southern Africa.<br><br>Presenter: Smith, Patricia<br>Ca


senter: Martínez, Alejandra <br>México
 th HIV/AIDS<br>Australia
nal Organization of Peer Educators (NOPE)<br>Kenya
al placer y a mi orientación sexual, con responsabilidad para prevenir el VIH.<br><br>Grupo Opción Bisexual<br>México
 br> GESTOS<br>Brazil


re dans un environnement à ressources limitées.




 br>This session will deal with sexuality education, harm reduction, sex work and homophobia. Speakers will present research results on effe


 dequate public policies.
 at violence against women.<br><br>This dialogue between community activists, researchers, media and policy makers will highlight the cre
on issues affecting Orphans and Vulnerable Children in resource-poor settings. The workshop will utilize participatory methodologies and too




SPACE (Society for People's Awareness, Care & Empowerment)<br>India
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nce of the arts and of hip hop culture.<br><br>
orsang<br>
ambodia



 vement that will push prevention efforts beyond the current levels.
 ettlement or study). Current reports indicate that there are 74 countries with laws and policies barring entry or residency for individuals based
worldwide organised by the LIVING partnership/GNP+ from April – June 2008 will also be shared.
cing, if the current levels continue and the world fails to move beyond implementation of HIV services we have to date, the epidemic will cont




 step and vital to effective advocacy. Center for Reproductive RightsUnited States
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 and support are far from being met. 
t the XVI Toronto International AIDS Conference, the Toronto YouthForce and the AIDS 2006 Youth P
comes. This session will be grounded in a discussion of the UNAIDS Reference Group on HIV and Human Rights statement and recommend
 pe where more than 70% of the infections are driven by injecting drug use. It is well known that levels of hepatitis B and hepatitis C infection
 ibbean scientists; and return home with essential information on how to pursue collaborations.



ogramme in any environment. Topics will range from needs assessments and working with stakeholders to budgeting and evaluation.

certainty, when talking about sex with their patients.


n Networks : Y-PEERUnited States



 disease, but a disease of the other. To increase public discourse about the Indian epidemic, both in India and abroad, Avahan is putting to
network for reducing drug-related harm<br>Canada
.<br><br>CASA<br>México




gional conferences get into the International AIDS Conference? What has to be done to establish formal links between regional conferences

                   

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ir sexual partners.
 iven that ‘sexual rights’ is not recognized terminology in international consensus documents, and what the implications fo




e el cuerpo y la psique de la persona.<br><br>Presenter: López Uribe, Oriana & Edson Ramírez <br>Mexico
nica para que cada red pueda trabajar en los siguientes pasos.<br><br>AVE de México / ICASO / LACCASO<br>México

dation<br>United States


ey describe the problems created by the 'anti-prostitution pledge' required to receive USAID and PEPFAR funds. This would be a screening,
consultations with policy makers, civil society, AIDS specialists and economists. It was handed over by the Commission Chairman to the UN
 and one national monitoring and evaluation system. A complete session desciption will be submitted at a later date.

d be considered a sign of weakness (UNAIDS 2006). At the end of this session, participants will have experienced what it’s like to “be a ma
ons in Sub-Saharan Africa to assist policymakers, funding organizations, program managers or program clientele to understand whether an
 re also playing an increasing role in the addressing the HIV-related needs of their students, teachers and communities &#8211; broadening
exually transmitted infection or transmitted during pregnancy, childbirth and breastfeeding. HIV and reproductive health ill health also share r
sue and its integration into national public policies, The World Bank, in collaboration with governments and NGOs, has been promoting (1) E

ut 9% of South Africa´s GDP is projected to decrease by 2010 (IMF, 2004). However, the battle against HIV is not entirely lost. In the countrie
and inheritance, their ability to protect themselves from HIV infection, the delivery of social services in a manner that mitigates the impact of A

hildren and families generally, and also on efforts to infuse an early childhood approach into the work of child and youth advocates. A discus
tatement derived from all these discussions. Panelists and participants will represent HIV prevention researchers, community-based program
 ountry and in the region. ABIA coordinates the Working Group on Intellectual Property Rights (GTPI) of the Brazilian Network for the Integra
 nto account the realities of different people's lives.   This interactive session will address a number of key questions in determining sound H
 ngst the highest in the world, with wealth, opportunity, and resources largely under the control of a small segment of the population. Poverty
al epidemic profiles,as well as country responses using UNGASS Reports, focal M&E officers and teams will agree on a regional M&E agend
nitiative of the Global Fund. The event will engage the audience in the discussion and stimulate an open debate. How much difference are th



irements of PSM.     This session will highlight the key PSM issues in international public health grants today and presents approaches and s

íticas, buenas prácticas, experiencias de programas, eventos y puestos de trabajo. • Conectar personas y organizaciones involucradas en
n. The current draft of the Model Law provides for gender equality and access to HIV-related services to vulnerable and marginalised groups
 risk is exacerbated by inadequate access to HIV prevention information, services and tools and fear of being stigmatized. Female migrant w
effectively engaging the community in health service delivery is not yet clear, and various approaches have been tried. AMREF Kenya in con

 disease, but a disease of the other.    To increase public discourse about the Indian epidemic, both in India and abroad, Avahan is putting to




Advocates / Center for Sustainable Health and Development<br>India
h is based on human rights principles to support and manage home-based care providers.




 roductive choice, fertility, desire through breastfeeding, childcare, and economic subsistence as they relate to AIDS prevention and treatmen
ogether influential donors and successful leaders from marginalised populations to do three things: 1. examine the barriers to effective leade
n efforts at the community level.


olbox for practitioners working in settings of cultural and linguistic diversity.




gy and a discussion between lecturers and invitees and the audience.
  Initiative For Change<br>Canada
 ing programs. The stage is now set for effective strategies that combine interventions across sectors and at multiple levels to generate broad
s are enabling expansion in countries of HIV-specific prevention and treatment interventions. Also infrastructure, human resources, commod

sk of infection. Over 3 million people in low- and middle-income countries are now receiving antiretrovirals, approximately 31% of those in ne




outh Africa
por el Derecho a Decidir<br>México

gthen young peoples' support structures.
 perts and everyone who cares this area. Chengdu Gay Care OrganizationChina




duction agenda – including the frequent violations of the human rights of drug users, the emergence of a new generation of drug users, the e
care, support and treatment programmes for MSM can thrive in the middle of hostile and homophobic contexts

nacionales. Este taller es para activistas, miembros comunitarios, proveedores de la Salud, PVVS y educadores.




res and contrasts with the normative approach towards their present sensuousness.
añol pero los/las facilitadores/as podrán comunicarse también en portugués e inglés.


s.<br><br>Plan Uganda<br>Uganda



>Canada
 is unrecognized, unvalued and unpaid. They are called volunteers but they are not forgoing payment because they can afford to because th


ers to women? This interactive dialogue will engage leaders from community-based organizations, feminist movements, youth networks and
successful treatment, as well as social issues, such as selective enforcement and possible impact on women living with HIV. The appropriate




ork of PLWHAs<br>Ukraine
><br>Ministerio de Salud Pública<br>Cuba

 parliament, civil society and community organizations who are leading efforts to make the AIDS response work for women at community, re
ment, pharmaceutical industry, civil society, international organisations, and research institutions deliberated on the issue of “making HIV trial

ntion for the future and even more compelling, maintaining these priorities within a general health agenda. The Caucus for Evidence-Based
portant issues related to scaling up access to treatment. A special attention will be devoted to the relationship between programs for scaling u
 ms that are more flexible and focused. The debate continues with little or no evidence about how donor funds for HIV/AIDS are strengthenin
r. Metzger will present the scientific evidence showing that behavioral and pharmacological therapies have been successful in preventing acq

ortunities for promoting family-centered approaches to children’s wellbeing; and potential lessons from Latin American experiences. Present
  ropia vida amorosa y afectiva
 iers are on the long road to getting published. It will then proceed to an overview of the issues around getting published in, or accessing, pe
d discrimination as well as in the delivery of appropriate, evidence-based prevention and treatment services. They carry particular respect an
 s been accomplished and what is lacking. Many youth, as well as youth organisations in the HIV and AIDS field, lack specific knowledge on t
 tively with adequate rigor to scientifically inform scale-up efforts.        Strategies/processes for responsible scaling-up of promising inte
S Conference presents an opportunity to bring the debate on the most appropriate mix of financing mechanisms to achieve the universal acc
 contained in some high prevalence states like Tamil Nadu but has spread into some highly vulnerable states like Uttar Pradesh and Bihar in
                   In
 tipranavir (TPV). 
 earlier treatment lines NNRTIs play an important role due to their proven efficacy and favourable safety profiles, making t
o 15.6 % in 2007. The story of this first sharp and nation-wide HIV decline in Southern Africa will be told in this satellite session. The sessio
  ve effectiveness of governments to address domestic responses to HIV/AIDS and co-infections. Key populations continue to be at risk for
ss sectors, charting a course of action to ensure that AIDS vaccine research will continue to advance globally.         Issues to be covered on th

ed to DO something- thus the birth of the DO Ubuntu Campaign.<br><br>Presenter: Hogarth, Louise & DO Act Now<br>United States



e improvisation.<br><br>Sapphire Creations Dance Workshop<br>India




cussion on the accountability of donor recipient governments as well as the pharmaceutical industry in determining affordable and appropriat
S (PANCAP) has marked its 6th anniversary. The presentation will discuss the context, approaches and lessons learned in the implementatio


ps, exploring different ways of communicating with children, e.g. using play, sharing challenges they have experienced, and hearing it from th



 working on HIV/SRHR, youth, academicians and lobbyists.


rs are experienced in working with faith based organizations of all faiths and across faith and secular sectors.



bilization against discrimination and stigmatization associated with HIV since the Pantomime <br><br>Jagran<br>India


 Centre for Clinical and Behavioral Studies<br>United States
 (SWOP-LA). <br><br>Sex Workers Outreach Project-LA<br>United States

 different perspectives on the current debate as to whether and how HIV specific funding is contributing to strengthening health systems on a
of the Special Session is to address the role of AIDS Ambassadors in the global response and how they can be mobilized for greater action a




 nacional y interacional.

dations, and contact information for future collaborative work.<br><br>ICASO<br>Canada<br><br>The other session explains the various w




at civil society and government have launched with Human Rights being part of the central plank and contrasts that same with those respons
 nutrition into national AIDS policy and action plans and what the cost/benefit is of having nutrition and food activities in a variety of AIDS pro




unitaria y de apoderamiento.


Community Clinic Based male circumcision for HIV Prevention Service (CCBMCS) scale up.


ond the conference. <br><br>Panos Global AIDS Programme<br>India
ús<br>United States

<br>Asociación Payasos Atz'Anem K'oj<br>Guatemala

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will assist participants in developing strategic visions.
e Global Fund.
ality sexual and reproductive health services for all.

sponse addressing risk factors, gender, socio-economic marginalization, can be reached only through synergy of partnerships with sectors, r
social e iniciativas de mobilización comunitaria. Los ejemplos y productos utilizados se mostrarán en inglés y español, incluidos el uso de div
mes? How do we ensure that women's voices and expertise are included in the efforts to build peace and create solutions?This session will




de ellos y su partida
 hown for the first time at an International AIDS Conference. This anthology contains 200 HIV TV spots from 24 countries of the region. This

bout fulfilling its crucial social justice mandate. The evidence to be presented demonstrates the comparative advantages of church responses

 multilevel campaign against the epidemic with support from national and international partners. The campaign was guided by the three princ
men report that they want to have a child or another child in the future. And when they are asked why, they talk about the pleasure and happ
 HIV acute infections, and stop transmissions at a time of high infectiousness. Experience from the field will be shared and the updated key
creased use of HIV services, and an increased role in the care and support of people living with HIV and AIDS. Transformative approaches e
 overall national estimates and how those are influenced by the surveillance data available in the countries. • What are the recommended a
nity, through both Public and Private sectors. The aim of this symposium is firstly to discuss the role of public and private bodies, with a spe
 IDS community should be better informed about how early childhood is a critical juncture for human development, and about how holistic int
n militarization and the fight against drug trafficking to an integral policy that involves economic development for farmers who currently cultiva
waits vaccines and microbicides to reduce the risk of HIV transmission, the struggle to expand access and use of the only available proven H
 e use of clinical and epidemiological indicators. Finally, challenges for Latin America in the face of the epidemic will be brought through this s
  are. There will be two presentations from Malawi, one by Dr Sam Phiri of Lighthouse, and one by an official of the Ministry of Health. Thes
ysis and debate to become a universal reference and tool. The objective of the Satellite on the international legal initiative is to stimulate the
 cutting across public sector, civil society, and the private sector. These include the Network of People Living with HIV/AIDS (NEPWHAN), th
or scale-up of prevention, care and treatment services. This requires sharing of approaches, experiences and lessons learned in implementin
-10% for sexual contact. Around 2.7 million units of blood were collected in 40 sub-Saharan countries in 2004; 88.5% of these were not teste

HIV infection.   Agenda Overview (15 min)        What is a subtype and what makes them different?        Where in the world are the different sub

re for women and girls living with HIV, including universal access to antiretroviral treatment for opportunistic infections and support and care
 n a marked increase in the level of investment in the development of preventive HIV vaccines, largely attributed to increased support from ke
 ed resources, conditionality, or lack of evidence. Through this session, members of the UK Network on Sexual and Reproductive Health &
sustainable scale-up of treatment through public-private partnership models such as co-investment. The session will be introduced by Prof.
epidemic, (iii) modeling the impact of alternative program choices and resource allocation decisions, and (iv) targeted advocacy.
d for diverse audiences across Africa and the challenge in reaching a massive scale. FOCUS OF PRESENTATION The approach targets
 n will address this pressing current issue in the context of the the nutritional and health status of poor, food-insecure and vulnerable commun

nsive experience, technical expertise, with each having a comparative advantage in support of local, national or sub-regional HIV/AIDS efforts
sks for the global network including reviews of draft timelines and workplans, potential sources of funding, and the development of a website
ve impact not just on the AIDS response but across all health outcomes. Learning from the AIDS response is critical. The AIDS community
 at scale and lessons learnt. These include focus, flexibility and community involvement. • The use of data to form and maintain the busines
 e into effect in 1987 in the early days of the AIDS epidemic, when there was a great deal of fear and misunderstanding associated with the d



 as: How do we increase accountability and leadership in the response to the AIDS epidemic? What are the implications of AAI's 2008 Coun
young people. At a conference a youth activist shared the following: “HIV prevention is about the capacity to say what young people under
 anslated into perceived credibility of &#8232;HIV prevention activities supported by Y-PEER on behalf of the target audience members. The
d input. At the following conference, progress made in addressing the research gaps previously identified will be presented to conference par
oaches to mitigate the impact of HIV and AIDS and address the deep-seated issues that cause its spread by supporting youth groups, addres
 ow housing has been used as an effective prevention strategy. In addtion, there will be a working session the lays out how this research can

  and discussing the psycho-emotional factors between men and women and of men towards women, will allow us to address the pending ite
 tion in services; and Challenges and strategies for scaling-up access to integrated OST, HAART and PMTCT services. The first hour of th

 what still needs to be done to overcome this significant barrier to integrated and comprehensive HIV and AIDS responses.
 HIV epidemic and know its prevention response so as to focus, redirect and make appropriate policy choices about HIV prevention. The U
 ilitate and promote research and scholarly exchange on HIV/AIDS in MENA (www.uic.edu/orgs/gnr-mena).
of HIV/AIDS and violence against women is a necessary element in promoting and coordinating the comprehensive approach and specific in
 h them. All EPT’s undergo a three-day preparation on case presentation and the use of a checklist for the assessment of the health care wo
en achieved after significant and considerable advocacy work. It is therefore critical that the voice of civil society and particularly marginalized
ey role in the response to the pandemic. Civil society has increasingly proven its capacity to manage the funds from large funding mechanism




 g/Report.aspx?ReportId=73899), we will bring together speakers and trainers from Nigeria, India, Mexico, USA and other countries to share
owerment and gender equality is essential in reversing the impact of the HIV pandemic. Investing in women and girls includes allocating flexi
rvices with maternal, newborn and child health care remain major obstacles in achieving Universal Access, and, progress is patchy and not w
  million men, women and children are living with HIV in North America (Canada, USA and Mexico). UNAIDS also estimates between 34,000
 presentations from academia and international organizations, concentrating on two key areas: a) AIDS and Human Capital and b) The Ex
 accessing the Global Fund and to increase integrated proposals submitted to the Global Fund. The targeted audience includes sexual and
population groups. The session will also focus on how the three countries have been successful in community mobilisation of sex workers an

nya, Malawi, Tanzania and Zambia.
al Fund, the Forum for Collaborative HIV Research and UNAIDS will address the key, practical activities that need to be implemented in orde
 Each trial conclusion triggered a cascade of decisions, data analyses, discussions, and new questions about these trials and about the broa

 ors, researchers from developing countries, and researchers from outside of the field, the Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise will hold a roundtab
 policies, programmes and research are valid for HIV vulnerability patterns along many transport corridors elsewhere in the world. This sate
  couples want to prevent pregnancy, either to wait to have a child or to avoid childbearing entirely, but do not know about the full range of birt
 ning social safety nets in rural areas. This condition is contributing to a rising incidence of women, especially those affected by HIV, suffering
 ention for improving the functioning and hopefulness of adults and adolescents affected by HIV/AIDS and depression. (World Vision) 3) Pra
 l part of a comprehensive HIV/AIDS strategy. More importantly, it shares the hands-on experience from PLWHA groups in China and India a

 scussion will also remind all partners at all level included Thailand that “Successful program on HIV/AIDS does not mean finish”."
M committee members on key report recommendations on: trial design, pre-trial research, incidence estimation, collecting information on safe
 nd SME (small and medium enterprise) services. Benefits: PLWH living in poverty are empowered. Empowering PLWH can lead to reduce

one of three regimens: A) single-dose nevirapine (NVP)+1 week zidovudine (ZDV) alone [Control]; B) Control plus extended daily NVP to age
but will be a double blow for the world''s poor– cutting off supply of affordable medicines and removing generic competition that drives down




 g basic science and innovative product design versus clinical trials and advancing development of existing candidates. They will also discus


al role that civil society should have and its responsibility towards research.Dedication: To Carole Jenkins, who recently passed, a pioneer in
 to immediately implement and accelerate the political commitments (Abuja, Maputo, and Brazzaville) for universal access to HIV and AIDS p
imize investment and results. They will have to show that its interventions are effective in preventing new HIV infections and mitigating their

ment, and also the challenges those with language barriers or those without internet access face in contributing to global dialogue and acces




ted States

                                         

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- Prostituição, Direitos Civis, Saúde<br>
razil
school sex education programmes. It will also analyze levers and barriers to success, offering perspectives from many different regions of t
at the available evidence and experience on task shifting though country experiences, discuss the WHO recommendations and guidelines an

 br>Presenter: Smith, Patricia<br>Canada




 to TRIPS and IPRs, ii) to the Financing of procurement policies and iii) to the Strengthening of Public Health especially in the perspective of

 will focus on the feminization of the epidemic in the region and on the way the region is responding to this issue, as well as on how Global F
 ancing the response, addressing the social drivers, and re-thinking the programmatic response in light of exisiting and potential new science

ogram stops. The session also gives the opportunity to present the operational guidance manual "Integrating nutrition and food assistance in
ommunities to effectively engage in AIDS decision-making, planning and implementation processes. The session will consider the need for im
key implementing partners launched the “Unite for children, Unite against AIDS” Global Campaign to galvanize and leverage political commit
 attitudinal changes that continue to take place. Materials prepared for the Bank’s strategy encompassed many topics which are often trea
 ople. Violence against transgender people plays an important part in the need to raise awareness to the dearth of negative health outcomes

e prejudice and discrimination. The tool kit also contains practical activities, games and newsletters giving more detailed project outlines from
health ministries each need to contribute towards finding new and sustainable ways of maximizing positive health outcomes. New links and p
mme, (2) to educate stakeholders about the need for objective, impartial assessments of the quality and operational characteristics of diagno
 ologies (cervical barriers, vaccines, microbicides), and the revised prevalence estimates, there is a risk that attention to the serious impact o
 lly on effective means of tackling the drivers of the epidemic. The satellite will have 3 arms: a) a focused discussion on the model for prev
 d to stimulate a debate on the major query: is it a risk to talk about risks only?
 fecting children.   The missing face of AIDS By holding a satellite session on Children the aim is to put the missing face of children at the c

 antly the program will describe how these new tools fit into clinical practice.   This program is supported through an educational grant from


  the anti-prostitution loyalty oath have also undermined best practices in public health interventions among sex workers and have perpetuate
 sed on a bigger and a wide involvement of all the stakeholders at many levels as well as on an intensification or decentralization of the activi


 erously false assumption of relative security from HIV, in a context characterised by substantive risk behaviour among various population gro
 fected by the disease. Ophelia says that there is hope -- therefore people must engage and take responsibility. There is a lot that we can do
 hips for the future. The satellite aims at the following outcomes: 1. To demonstrate the essential value of faith, business, and government in
ce against women and girls, and to hold governments, donors, and other stakeholders accountable for scaling up effective programs and add

 br>Presenter: Smith, Patricia<br>Canada




sexual<br>México
s will present research results on effective ways of preventing transmission related to these topics. They will compare programs that are base



d policy makers will highlight the creative and innovative strategies that they use to address the links between violence against women and H
participatory methodologies and tools based on adult-learning principles.




ntry or residency for individuals based on their HIV positive status, and of these, 13 countries ban HIV-positive people from entering for any re

e have to date, the epidemic will continue to worsen. At the IAS 2007 conference in Sydney, a session on the future of global financing of HIV
 thForce and the AIDS 2006 Youth Programme hosted an unprecedented initiative, the Youth-Adult Commitments Desk, where high profile d
 an Rights statement and recommendations, followed by a discussion of how the issues are being addressed on the ground, with discussions
  hepatitis B and hepatitis C infection are extremely high among injecting drug users. Studies show that injecting drug users also face higher




  to budgeting and evaluation.




ndia and abroad, Avahan is putting together a collection of specially-commissioned pieces by high profile Indians living abroad, vernacular wr




 l links between regional conferences and International AIDS conferences?

cuments, and what the implications for PLHIV are?




CASO<br>México




R funds. This would be a screening, an update, and question and answer session.<br><br>Presenter: Hunter, Andrew <br>Thailand
he Commission Chairman to the UN Secretary-General Mr. Ban Ki-moon on 26 March 2008 in New York. The objective of this Satellite is to h
 at a later date.

experienced what it’s like to “be a man” in different cultural contexts and how pressure to fit a masculine norm affects men’s risk for HIV. Sate
m clientele to understand whether an intervention is achieving its stated objectives. The purpose of impact evaluation research is to measure
 d communities &#8211; broadening their role into centres of protection, care and support.        Although school-based HIV and AIDS educatio
 oductive health ill health also share root causes, including gender inequality, social marginalization, gender-based violence and early marriag
nd NGOs, has been promoting (1) Experts Meeting on HIV-AIDS and Disability in LAC (Chile-Nov06; Argentina-March07; Mexico-August08)

HIV is not entirely lost. In the countries where 95% of the people living with AIDS is concentrated, low and middle income countries, importan
manner that mitigates the impact of AIDS on women and girls, and HIV/AIDS programming sensitive to gender equality and human rights. Ya

child and youth advocates. A discussion will follow the presentations.
searchers, community-based programmers, advocates, funders, and policy-makers who have been grappling with the "evidence" question. S
   the Brazilian Network for the Integration of People (REBRIP), which was formed in 2001 and is composed by Brazilian, international civil so
key questions in determining sound HIV policy and practice. These include: - What are the arguments for and against criminalizing HIV trans
 l segment of the population. Poverty and social degradation have often been considered as economic problems, but more recently greater a
s will agree on a regional M&E agenda in support of the development and strenghtening of national M&E systems. Satellite meeting will wrap
  debate. How much difference are the new instruments are really making? Are we on the right track? The discussion will explore innovative f



 day and presents approaches and strategies to meet those challenges. International experts will form part of the session’s panel which will

as y organizaciones involucradas en las respuestas nacionales y regionales al VIH/SIDA en América Latina, el Caribe Hispano y el resto del
o vulnerable and marginalised groups such as commercial sex workers, prisoners and refugees. The AIDS and Human Rights Research U
 being stigmatized. Female migrant workers may be placed in situations which make them particularly vulnerable to HIV. Many countries plac
ave been tried. AMREF Kenya in consortium with the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation and the National Empowerment Network fo

ndia and abroad, Avahan is putting together a collection of specially-commissioned pieces by high profile Indians living abroad, vernacular wr




 ate to AIDS prevention and treatment. The panel will also explore the challenges of AIDS to human development.
xamine the barriers to effective leadership experienced by marginalised populations, 2. explore the potential of organisations representing m
d at multiple levels to generate broad reductions in stigma, discrimination, and gender based violence. Despite this progress, efforts to addre
tructure, human resources, commodities management and distribution, research and evaluation that can contribute to overall health systems

als, approximately 31% of those in need. Still, new infections continue to outpace efforts to scale up access to treatment. For every 2 person




 new generation of drug users, the engagement of drug user activists in policy discussion and creation, and the changing scenarios in Africa
                                                       

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ecause they can afford to because they want to.<br><br>
 hat should be the job of a trained, experienced nurse or doctor is now the respons


nist movements, youth networks and policy and decision makers from government and the UN system. Clearly there is a need for a greater re
omen living with HIV. The appropriate boundaries of criminalization of HIV transmission, including the appropriate role of the State with regar




se work for women at community, regional and global levels. These leaders will discuss successes in global policymaking and in their efforts
ted on the issue of “making HIV trials work for women and adolescent girls”. Background: Women make up half the adult population livin

a. The Caucus for Evidence-Based Prevention proposes a special satellite session at the XVII International AIDS Conference in Mexico Ci
nship between programs for scaling up access to HIV treatment and health systems strengthening
funds for HIV/AIDS are strengthening existing systems in affected countries, or not. This study will contribute some new evidence from three
ve been successful in preventing acquisition and transmission of HIV in diverse international settings. Dr. Walensky will present on the relat

atin American experiences. Presenters will also review some of JLICA’s key findings, addressing strategies to strengthen families and comm

 getting published in, or accessing, peer-review journals, including developing trends such as open access, citation, quality, language barriers
ces. They carry particular respect and authority in society and their voices can persuade governments and other institutions to have effective
DS field, lack specific knowledge on these targets and their relevance for young people. Through this satellite session, the Inter Agency Tas
 ponsible scaling-up of promising interventions. The first half hour will include an overview of epidemiological trends and treatment coverag
hanisms to achieve the universal access targets and MDG6 to a wide audience and to aim to provide solutions to the &#8216;false dichotom
tates like Uttar Pradesh and Bihar in the Hindi belt and in States affected by tourism like Rajasthan and Goa. The National AIDS Control O
d favourable safety profiles, making them suitable for long-term use. Long-term tolerability therefore plays an important role, with cardiovascu
 n this satellite session. The session will start with a summary of epidemiological evidence for the HIV decline, what caused it and which be
populations continue to be at risk for co-infections such as HIV, hepatitis C and hepatitis B, sexually transmitted infections (STI) and TB. Com
obally.     Issues to be covered on the satellite: • Status of the AIDS vaccine field: current priorities for research • Pointers on new direction

DO Act Now<br>United States




etermining affordable and appropriate drug pricing. Low-middle and middle-income countries have a barrier to affordable treatment access a
                                                                                                                

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lessons learned in the implementation of the Caribbean Regional Strategic Framework during the period 2001-2006.
he Pan Caribbean HIV


e experienced, and hearing it from the children themselves through the use of video clips.




agran<br>India




o strengthening health systems on a global scale.Public health experts, health economists, civil society leaders and advocates will discuss th
can be mobilized for greater action and accountability. The session will also provide AIDS Ambassadors with an opportunity to interact with d




 other session explains the various ways civil society organizations can influence policy decisions taken at Boards of multilateral organization




ntrasts that same with those responses where Human Rights are absent or negated.
ood activities in a variety of AIDS programs.




ynergy of partnerships with sectors, religious leaders, media, and civil society. The voice of people living with HIV from MENA will advocate a
glés y español, incluidos el uso de diversidad, normas culturales e idiosincracias.
nd create solutions?This session will examine the impact of sexual violence, conflict and political crises on women, persons living with HIV, a




rom 24 countries of the region. This session will: 1) Make a practical link between two key issues of the response to the epidemic: gender

 tive advantages of church responses to HIV among marginalised groups. It also offers a researched critique of the inherent challenges, and

mpaign was guided by the three principles of ONE National Coordinating Authority, ONE National HIV and AIDS Framework and ONE Nation
hey talk about the pleasure and happiness that comes with being a parent - an answer that, not surprisingly, echoes a reason given by HIV-n
 d will be shared and the updated key messages, testing strategies and guidance to HTC services will be presented.
d AIDS. Transformative approaches encourage men to take an active stand for gender-equality, addressing a key root cause of the HIV epid
 es. • What are the recommended approaches to monitor the epidemic in countries? • What are the approaches and tools used to estimate
 public and private bodies, with a specific focus on the role of France at an international level. Secondly, we will show how laboratory testing
 elopment, and about how holistic intervention is more effective than purely health related intervention. The early childhood community shou
ment for farmers who currently cultivate marihuana and poppy; education and awareness regarding drug abuse and the link between drug use
  d use of the only available proven HIV prevention technologies- male and female condoms appears to be losing momentum. WHY? A hard
pidemic will be brought through this session. 3.Netx steps.Articulate together with the international organisms support for the construction an
official of the Ministry of Health. These presentations will focus on Malawi's experience of delivering HIV treatment and care, how evidence fe
 ional legal initiative is to stimulate the debate around the issues at stake and encourage engagement by ILO tripartite constituents and other
 ving with HIV/AIDS (NEPWHAN), the Civil Society HIV/AIDS Network (CISHAN), National Faith-based (NFACA), the Women Coalition on A
 s and lessons learned in implementing services along the HIV care continuum. The Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF)
  2004; 88.5% of these were not tested for HIV in a quality-assured manner.  In 2000, WHO estimated that contaminated injections caused

here in the world are the different subtypes?   HIV Transmission, Disease Progression and Response to Therapy (Panel 45 min)            How and

 stic infections and support and care that improve their quality of life and survival.
ttributed to increased support from key funders in the public and philanthropic sectors. Global interest has also been increased by the 2001
n Sexual and Reproductive Health & Rights Working Group on SRH and HIV Linkages will share concrete examples of successful programm
he session will be introduced by Prof. Michel Kazatchkine, Executive Director of the Global Fund, and Dr. John Tedstrom, Executive Director
d (iv) targeted advocacy.
 SENTATION The approach targets in- and out- of school vulnerable youth using the excitement of soccer, peer education, and interactive a
ood-insecure and vulnerable communities. Session 3: This presentation will focus on a few interventions aimed at ensuring livelihood and fo

 onal or sub-regional HIV/AIDS efforts. The satellite session will share good practices at country, regional and global levels. It will highlight e
 g, and the development of a website Objective 5- To develop a contact list of African and Black delegates, organizations and allies living in th
onse is critical. The AIDS community has blazed a trail, securing the high on the political agenda at the national, regional and global level and
ata to form and maintain the business model – which in turn broadened coverage, deepened intensity and improved quality. • The role of t
sunderstanding associated with the disease. The bar was originally an administrative policy under the purview of the Department of Health a



  the implications of AAI's 2008 Country Rating Scorecard? How can we measure and compare the degree to which specific actors, such as d
  city to say what young people understand.” There is a great need to understand the context of sexual behaviors of young people. It is howev
 f the target audience members. The satellite will further provide a forum to&#8232; discuss effective methods for involving role models, tren
d will be presented to conference participants, and draft research recommendations will be introduced on a new topic of concern related to g
 d by supporting youth groups, addressing the vulnerabilities of widows and orphans, leading food security and nutrition initiatives, and creatin
on the lays out how this research can be used in the global stratey to end AIDS. The outcome will be a declaration to be used globally to en

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 ll allow us to address the pending items to prevent HIV.
he time is now, to put all the elements of sexuality on the table and not hide our dre
 MTCT services. The first hour of the session will include an overview of epidemiological trends in the region, as well as a discussion of the

 d AIDS responses.
 oices about HIV prevention.    The UNAIDS Reference Group on Estimates, Modelling and Projection has developed a model to calculate

mprehensive approach and specific interventions to reverse the epidemic. The session will highlight: a.) evaluating programmes addressing H
 he assessment of the health care worker performance. The EPT presents a clinical case and gives feedback to the health care worker's pe
 society and particularly marginalized populations are well represented at these forums. This increased role and responsibility of civil societ
e funds from large funding mechanisms such as the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria (the Global Fund), the World Bank’s Africa M




co, USA and other countries to share good practices for using elements of sexual pleasure to increase safer sex, improve sexual health and
men and girls includes allocating flexible and adequate funds to organisations that reach women and girls, providing them with appropriate se
 ss, and, progress is patchy and not well documented.Moreover, PMTCT is a fast evolving field, with research information and implementatio
 AIDS also estimates between 34,000 and 65,000 new infections and 11,000 and 26,000 deaths occurred in North America in 2005. And whil
 S and Human Capital and b) The Externalities of HIV Programmes. In each of these areas there will be a presentation of a synthesis of curre
 rgeted audience includes sexual and reproductive health providers and advocates, HIV/AIDS providers and advocates, Ministries of Health a
munity mobilisation of sex workers and other key population at risk of HIV.    The session will not only provide a meaningful platform for key s


 that need to be implemented in order to reduce the burden of TB in PLHIV and ensure the universal access of TB prevention, diagnosis and
about these trials and about the broader implications for the field. These experiences highlight important lessons learned in terms of how bes

accine Enterprise will hold a roundtable discussion with leaders in HIV vaccine research.     The two-hour session will begin with a discussio
 s elsewhere in the world. This satellite session will (1) share the outcomes and some of the successful responses presented at the worksh
o not know about the full range of birth control methods that may be appropriate for them. And still others want to pursue a satisfying sex life
cially those affected by HIV, suffering property confiscation and eviction. Many countries have undertaken legal reforms on land, property and
 d depression. (World Vision) 3) Practical tools for local care providers in stress management and inter-collegial consultation (Antares Foun
 PLWHA groups in China and India about their different approaches of promoting positive prevention within PLWHA communities and advoc

S does not mean finish”."
mation, collecting information on safety and efficacy of products in pregnant women, ethical issues related to occurrence of pregnancy durin
mpowering PLWH can lead to reduce stigma and discrimination, contributes to prevention in the community. PLWH become sustainable clie

ontrol plus extended daily NVP to age 14 weeks; C) Control plus extended daily NVP+ZDV to age 14 weeks. Mothers with CD4<250/mm3 we
generic competition that drives down cost of branded. MNCs make ‘better medicines for classes’ while Indian pharma companies make ‘simi




 ng candidates. They will also discuss the scientific, ethical, and operational challenges in the field of biomedical prevention research.


s, who recently passed, a pioneer in anthropological research linking research and communities.
r universal access to HIV and AIDS prevention, treatment, care and support services
w HIV infections and mitigating their impact . HIV epidemiology and surveillance have to adapt to these new paradigms and provide basic in

tributing to global dialogue and accessing information readily. The substantial number of young people excluded from internet-based organiz
tives from many different regions of the world.
  recommendations and guidelines and analyze the way forward for task shifting.




ealth especially in the perspective of implementing gratuity

is issue, as well as on how Global Fund financed programs are addressing issues related to gender and HIV/AIDS .        Lastly, the Global Fu
of exisiting and potential new science and technologies. Activists, Economists, young leaders, Social and Bio-emdical scientists to consider a

ating nutrition and food assistance into HIV careand treatment programmes, jointly developed by WFP and WHO and the UNAIDS policy brie
e session will consider the need for implementation of dedicated action on gender and AIDS, alongside mainstreaming of gender perspective
 vanize and leverage political commitment and partnerships for children and adolescents. “Unite for children, Unite against AIDS” focuses on
 sed many topics which are often treated in isolation. The decision was made to build on the work done for the Bank’s Agenda for Action, and
e dearth of negative health outcomes impacting this population. According to the website, rememberingourdead.org, on average one transge

 g more detailed project outlines from the five countries featured - Peru, Malawi, Kenya, Brazil and India.
ve health outcomes. New links and partnerships are being formed between health systems analysts and health policy makers at global, regio
 operational characteristics of diagnostics, suitable for use in resource-limited settings and (3) to provide updated information on the expansio
 that attention to the serious impact of HIV on women may be reduced. This is therefore a critical moment to highlight the need for sustained
sed discussion on the model for prevention scale up b) a lively interchange on prevention demand: can we grow prevention activists or are t

ut the missing face of children at the centre of the HIV/AIDS debate. It also gives us the opportunity to explore why we should not ‘miss the ch

d through an educational grant from Pfizer.      It has been organized by Rush University Medical Center. The program objectives and design


 ng sex workers and have perpetuated stigmatization of this vulnerable population. And other women who are at risk of HIV infection, such as
cation or decentralization of the activities of care and treatment. Finally, all these efforts are the object of evaluation and proposition of strate


haviour among various population groups and, as yet, largely non adapted HIV responses. This is perpetuated by reluctance to confront socio
nsibility. There is a lot that we can do, both to prevent the spread of the disease as well as help people live their lives fully.
of faith, business, and government in strategic HIV alliances. 2. To recognize the potential for a stronger, collaborative response to HIV, maxi
caling up effective programs and addressing the links between violence and HIV/AIDS. Model initiatives from the case studies will be highligh
 will compare programs that are based on research with others that are not.



tween violence against women and HIV and AIDS. The session will conclude with a challenge and call to action to donors, governments, po




ositive people from entering for any reason or for any length of time. There is growing international momentum for HIV-related travel restrictio

n the future of global financing of HIV reflected on challenges of traditional approaches to donor support. Discussions identified key challeng
mmitments Desk, where high profile decision-makers made concrete and time-bound commitments on how they planned to scale up their inte
 ssed on the ground, with discussions of the special issues of gender and other marginalized groups. The session will seek the common grou
 njecting drug users also face higher risks of contracting TB and are more likely to develop it in multiple organs and sites; they have high incid




e Indians living abroad, vernacular writers in India, and emerging new Indian talent.<br><br>Presenter: Negar, Akhavi<br>United States, Indi




Hunter, Andrew <br>Thailand
k. The objective of this Satellite is to highlight and disseminate the key recommendations of the Report of the Commission on AIDS in Asia to


 norm affects men’s risk for HIV. Satellite sessions typically feature panel discussions; this session will “break the mould” by challenging part
ct evaluation research is to measure the "causal" impact of program participation on a specified outcome variable for a targeted population. I
 chool-based HIV and AIDS education programmes have demonstrated results, the education sector response has not been sufficiently prior
der-based violence and early marriage. Providers working in SRH already offer a wide range of services to many women who are at the cen
gentina-March07; Mexico-August08); (2) Technical Assistances to National Programs (St. Lucia; Barbados; Argentina; Uruguay; Brazil; Cent

d middle income countries, important progress has been achieved in bringing essential HIV services, increasing five-fold the number of peop
gender equality and human rights. Yassine Fall, Economic Advisor at UNIFEM, will introduce the film, titled “Now or Never” (approx. 70 minu


ppling with the "evidence" question. Some questions to be explored include: What kinds of evidence can and should be used to determine w
sed by Brazilian, international civil society organizations and activists and researchers. GTPI firmly acts in the enhancement of a public debat
or and against criminalizing HIV transmission? - How does criminalization of HIV affect people living with HIV? - Can and should laws and p
roblems, but more recently greater attention has been paid to a more complex set of social, economic, and cultural practices that comprise "
  systems. Satellite meeting will wrap up work in progress during 2008 and strengthen internal and external collaborative teamwork.
 e discussion will explore innovative financing for AIDS and global health from the point of view of the organizations involved, from observers



part of the session’s panel which will consist of brief presentation followed by Q&A.   The names of all panellists are being confirmed, and wi

tina, el Caribe Hispano y el resto del mundo. • Conectarse y proveer retroalimentación en temas de políticas y programas a través de foros
 AIDS and Human Rights Research Unit, Centre for the Study of AIDS & the Centre for Human Rights (University of Pretoria, South Africa) a
 lnerable to HIV. Many countries place restrictions on People living with HIV (PLHIV) in entering or remaining in a country for any purpose, an
 e National Empowerment Network for People Living with HIV/AIDS, is implementing the Zingatia Maisha ARV adherence and support projec

                                                                                                                         

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e Indians living abroad, vernacular writers in India, and emerging new Indian talent.<br><br>Presenter: Negar, Akhavi<br>
nited States, Indi




ntial of organisations representing marginalised populations to advocate for better access to services and to resources, and 3. reflect and lea
Despite this progress, efforts to address stigma’s negative impact still remain grossly neglected in national and international AIDS responses
n contribute to overall health systems strengthening. A number of initiatives from within resource-limited countries themselves, as well as do

ess to treatment. For every 2 persons who begin life-prolonging antiretroviral therapy, there are 5 people who become infected. Scientific c




and the changing scenarios in Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean.
ed nurse or doctor is now the responsibility of women. Girls are being taken out school to care for sick family members, and women are sinki


Clearly there is a need for a greater response to the HIV/AIDS pandemic that is based on the promotion, protection and fulfillment of women’
 propriate role of the State with regard to intervening in intimate sexual encounters, and the extent to which each sexual partner should take a




 obal policymaking and in their efforts to improve support for prevention education for youth in Egypt, ensure greater treatment access for wo
 ake up half the adult population living with HIV, but remain seriously underrepresented in clinical trials. For many years, the results and conc

tional AIDS Conference in Mexico City to highlight the importance of prioritizing evidence-based HIV prevention and advancing effective solu

ribute some new evidence from three countries to this ongoing conversation. Objectives: The HIV/AIDS Monitor study on "HIV/AIDS Donor
Dr. Walensky will present on the relationship between different antiretroviral therapy (ART) scale-up scenarios and their impact on mortality in

gies to strengthen families and communities, the challenges of HIV prevention among adolescents, and family-centered intervention models

ss, citation, quality, language barriers, funding and the capacity to do and apply research in resource-limited settings. This will be followed b
nd other institutions to have effective policies in place to address the rights and needs of those living with and affected by HIV and AIDS.
atellite session, the Inter Agency Task Team on HIV and Young People (IATT/YP) in partnership with World AIDS Campaign, and other par
 ogical trends and treatment coverage rates regionally, with a focus on the vulnerability of women and youth. Panellists will further discuss th
lutions to the &#8216;false dichotomy&#8217; between &#8216;vertical&#8217; and &#8216;horizontal&#8217; financing that has long been
Goa. The National AIDS Control Organization (NACO), in line with its highly resilient policy making bodies, has decided on a strategy for co
ys an important role, with cardiovascular risk, liver fibrosis, and neuropsychiatric conditions of increasing concern. Initiation of NVP according
 decline, what caused it and which behaviour changes are associated with it. We will then have a presentation on findings from qualitative re
 smitted infections (STI) and TB. Common risk factors, risk behaviours and sub-populations exist among HIV, STIs and TB infections, suppo
research • Pointers on new directions for the field based on the 2008 IAVI Vaccine Blueprint (which will be released at the Mexico City Conf




 rier to affordable treatment access and this must be addressed. The cost in the national programs for HIV/AIDS must be affordable and sus
            

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d 2001-2006.
he Pan Caribbean HIV Forum brings together all stakeholders to confront the barriers that hinder effective HIV responses. Re




 eaders and advocates will discuss the impact of HIV care and treatment on health care services in resource-limited settings. They will addre
s with an opportunity to interact with delegates from science, community, PLHIV and policy on the key issues and priorities where there may b




at Boards of multilateral organizations involved in HIV and AIDS policy and programming, and will provide and opportunity for people from th
                                                                                                                  E
 with HIV from MENA will advocate and suggest concrete actions to become “part of the solution” and fight stigma. 
xamples of programmes

on women, persons living with HIV, and marginalised communities in the context of HIV.




e response to the epidemic: gender and communication; 2) Bring a wealth of visual and historical information about HIV campaigns in Latin

 ique of the inherent challenges, and how these are being addressed, for example through consultation and leadership roles for people living

nd AIDS Framework and ONE National Monitoring and Evaluation Framework. Current evidence suggests that the national response to HIV
ngly, echoes a reason given by HIV-negative people. At the same time, those living with HIV who are considering parenthood raise concern
e presented.
 ing a key root cause of the HIV epidemic. At the forefront of this movement is an alliance of non-governmental organizations and UN agen
 proaches and tools used to estimate national burden of HIV infection and mortality due to AIDS? • How we can link HIV trends, estimates an
 , we will show how laboratory testing is key in terms of Prevention, Diagnosis and Monitoring, in the fight against AIDS. Various experiences
The early childhood community should provide more compelling evidence and ideas on what works to the AIDS community. This session is
 abuse and the link between drug use and HIV, accompanied by the incorporation of harm reduction programs as part of public health policie
be losing momentum. WHY? A hard question we need to be asking ourselves is: Will we be able to achieve universal access to HIV preven
nisms support for the construction and application of internationally comparable social indicators and which help to monitor and evaluate the
 treatment and care, how evidence feeds into this, and what the key issues are. Lighthouse is a national centre of excellence for integrated H
  ILO tripartite constituents and other relevant stakeholders. The Satellite will provide a forum for key actors involved in current and future nat
 NFACA), the Women Coalition on AIDS (NAWOCA) and Nigerian Business Coalition against AIDS (NIBUCAA) among others. Under NAC
Pediatric AIDS Foundation (EGPAF) is recognized as a global leader in PMTCT implement
 that contaminated injections caused annually 21 million HBV infections, two million of HCV infectio

o Therapy (Panel 45 min)     How and why does HIV disease progress differently among people infected with diff


as also been increased by the 2001 United Nations Declaration of Commitment on HIV/A
te examples of successful programmes they support which link SRH and HIV. The case studies will highlight successf
. John Tedstrom, Executive Director of the GBC. Speakers will include: Rajat Gupta

cer, peer education, and interactive activities to transfer critical life skills to hundreds of thousands of youth in seve
ns aimed at ensuring livelihood and food security in high endemic countries. It will br

al and global levels. It will highlight examples of what has been done to address HIV/AI
es, organizations and allies living in the Diasporas to be linked with the African and Black D
 ational, regional and global level and driving large scale financing. Civil soci
nd improved quality. • The role of the implementing partners, with their targets, and ac
urview of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS). By 1991, however, HHS rev



ee to which specific actors, such as donors, the private sector and civil society are meeting their commitme
ehaviors of young people. It is however often still a taboo to talk about sexuality of young people. It
 ethods for involving role models, trendsetters and opinion leaders in HIV prevention work. This sat
n a new topic of concern related to gender and HIV. The participants at the Gender and HIV Research Satellite will
ty and nutrition initiatives, and creating collective livelihoods schemes. The local responses they are leading, the org
 declaration to be used globally to ensure that homelessness and poverty are addressed when developi

ality on the table and not hide our dreams and fantasies, this is the response to HIV
region, as well as a discussion of the complex medical and social issues that arise in the


 as developed a model to calculate the short term incidence of HIV infections among the a

evaluating programmes addressing HIV and violence against women, specifically the work of grantees from the 2007
edback to the health care worker's performance in a skill station. After the training, the EPT can be in
d role and responsibility of civil society within global and national governance
 bal Fund), the World Bank’s Africa Multi-Country HIV/AIDS Program (MAP) and the President's Emergen




afer sex, improve sexual health and empower people in any context or setting. In addition, we will: •
s, providing them with appropriate services and ensuring they have equal opportunities. This even
earch information and implementation experience moving and shaping the response to the epidemic. In 2006, WHO revise
d in North America in 2005. And while many men, women and children living with HIV are participating in some f
a presentation of a synthesis of current knowledge and an opportunity to discuss how economic analysis an
and advocates, Ministries of Health and related government agencies, CCM members, private fun
ovide a meaningful platform for key stakeholders of National Programme on AIDS in three countrie


cess of TB prevention, diagnosis and treatment services. Particular emphasis will be given to the challenges and opp
 lessons learned in terms of how best to reach multiple audiences quickly with accurate informat

ur session will begin with a discussion of strategies for attracting new resear
ul responses presented at the workshop, (2) invite comments on the draft regional framework to upscale HIV responses in th
s want to pursue a satisfying sex life and need health care providers who are com
 n legal reforms on land, property and inheritance rights, yet their implementation on the ground h
 -collegial consultation (Antares Foundation)      This session will contributes to the reinforcement
 hin PLWHA communities and advocating it at different levels in their respective countries.


 ed to occurrence of pregnancy during trials, measuring and improving adherence, and in
unity. PLWH become sustainable clients of micro financing institutions. Donors working on poverty

 eks. Mothers with CD4<250/mm3 were started on HAART postpartum. Probability of infant HIV infection was
ndian pharma companies make ‘similar medicines in greater quantity for masses’ contributing immensel




medical prevention research.
 new paradigms and provide basic information of where the epidemic is going and what th

excluded from internet-based organizing leads to a “digital gap” between those with acces
d HIV/AIDS .    Lastly, the Global Fund will be honored to host during this session
d Bio-emdical scientists to consider and debate future options.

 nd WHO and the UNAIDS policy brief on "HIV, food security and nutrition".
mainstreaming of gender perspectives in AIDS interventions, to ensure that gender priorities can be adequately fun
dren, Unite against AIDS” focuses on the following 4 programming result areas and goals (4Ps): • Preven
for the Bank’s Agenda for Action, and expand those efforts to include new information, new authors and info
ourdead.org, on average one transgender person is murdered daily as a result of transphobia. Eco


 health policy makers at global, regional and national levels and these must be extended.   The
 updated information on the expansion of the UN prequalification of diagnostics progr
nt to highlight the need for sustained and expanded investment in existing programs and tech
 we grow prevention activists or are they born that way? c) a state-of-the-art panel on s

 plore why we should not ‘miss the children’ in our HIV efforts.

 The program objectives and design have been developed by Dr. Harold Kessler, Assoc. Dean of CME, and


 o are at risk of HIV infection, such as intravenous drug users and those who are incarcerated, s
f evaluation and proposition of strategies of improvement (review of national


uated by reluctance to confront socio-cultural issues and underlying causes of vulnerability to HIV, in particular
ive their lives fully.
  collaborative response to HIV, maximizing unique partnerships. 3. To enc
 from the case studies will be highlighted, as well as themes and recommendations for policy, progr
o action to donors, governments, policy makers and civil society to address the intersection between violence aga




entum for HIV-related travel restrictions to be reversed. The time for

. Discussions identified key challenges to be addressed including:<br><br>--Building greater ambitio
ow they planned to scale up their interventions for and with young people. Currently only 25% of the commitments
e session will seek the common ground between a rights based and public health approach to scaling-up HIV testing and
organs and sites; they have high incidence of other sexually transmitt




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 f the Commission on AIDS in Asia to representatives of government, inter-governmental organizations, bilater


break the mould” by challenging participants to think differently about men’s experiences and how prog
e variable for a targeted population. Impact evaluations are an extremely useful instrument for po
sponse has not been sufficiently prioritised in terms of resources and action. This session would exam
s to many women who are at the centre of the global HIV epidemic with half of all new infections be
dos; Argentina; Uruguay; Brazil; Central America); (3) NGOs Training (St. Lucia for Caribbean Countries

creasing five-fold the number of people receiving antiretroviral treatment between 2003 and 2006 (UNAIDS, 2007). Wi
led “Now or Never” (approx. 70 minutes running time) by the award-winning international director, M


n and should be used to determine whether HIV prevention programs and interventions really work? Wh
n the enhancement of a public debate on IP and health thorough networking different segme
h HIV? - Can and should laws and policies be used to 'control' intimate behaviour
 nd cultural practices that comprise "social exclusion", in which certain populations
nal collaborative teamwork.
ganizations involved, from observers in academia and civil society.        Co-chairs: - Phili



anellists are being confirmed, and will include well-known experts in the field of PSM with extensive gran

líticas y programas a través de foros temáticos. PortalSIDA será de uso público, libre y gratuito. Puede
University of Pretoria, South Africa) as a legal and human rights adviser to the process of developing the Model Law on HIV in
 ning in a country for any purpose, and international labour migrants may be refused entry or fa
a ARV adherence and support project sponsored by GlaxoSmithKline Positive Action. The Zinga

                 

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nited States, India




 d to resources, and 3. reflect and learn from good donors leadership.
 al and international AIDS responses. Through a moderated panel format this session will explore s
d countries themselves, as well as donor-driven initiatives aim to address the issue of social

e who become infected. Scientific challenges continue to delay the developm
 mily members, and women are sinking deeper into poverty as they are being pulled away from work that


 protection and fulfillment of women’s human rights, but is there enough leadership and commitment to make this happen?
 ch each sexual partner should take autonomous responsibility for self-protection, will be ex




sure greater treatment access for women in Nigeria, and monitor pharmaceutical supplies in Eastern Europe and Centr
For many years, the results and conclusions from studies involving only men were assumed to be also applic

 vention and advancing effective solutions within the context of broader health and development e

S Monitor study on "HIV/AIDS Donor Interactions with National Health Systems in Mozambique, Ugand
narios and their impact on mortality in resource poor settings. Finally, Dr. Montaner will p

 family-centered intervention models.   The satellite program will provide ample time for ques

 ited settings. This will be followed by a panel discussion and Q&A session
 h and affected by HIV and AIDS.        Recently launched, INERELA+ plans to estab
World AIDS Campaign, and other partners, aim to share information on these targets, provide space for the
 uth. Panellists will further discuss the benefits and challenges of involvin
&#8217; financing that has long been a feature of AIDS financing discussions. This session will aim to bring together don
dies, has decided on a strategy for complete saturation coverage of all three high risk grou
  concern. Initiation of NVP according to CD4 count guidelines is gen
ntation on findings from qualitative research, socio-cultural analysis and historical mapping of
 g HIV, STIs and TB infections, supporting that a comprehensive, integrated approach to surveil
  be released at the Mexico City Conference). • Innovative ways to move the




 IV/AIDS must be affordable and sustainable to reach Universal Access.
t hinder effective HIV responses. Regional Ministers of Health and stakeholders have endorsed this call for a bie




urce-limited settings. They will address how the energy and momentum generated by the AIDS
sues and priorities where there may be opportunities to advance policy advocacy and intensify action.




de and opportunity for people from the wider CS to ask their representatives on these Boards to
            E
ght stigma. 
xamples of programmes for those at risk (IDU, sex work and MSM) will illustra




mation about HIV campaigns in Latin America and Caribbean, which is certain to attract int

and leadership roles for people living with HIV. It stresses how local faith communities and government/develo

ests that the national response to HIV and AIDS is having a positive impact in some areas. Being amongst the first African countrie
considering parenthood raise concerns about the effect a pregnancy may have on a woman's hea

ernmental organizations and UN agencies called MenEngage. Members of the MenEngage alliance are involved in an
  we can link HIV trends, estimates and impact of interventions? • What are the main issues in developing
 t against AIDS. Various experiences from countries around the world will illustrate,
 e AIDS community. This session is designed to get that discussion going.
 grams as part of public health policies; programs that effectively address growing a
hieve universal access to HIV prevention by 2010 without scaling up male and female condom programming? Th
 ich help to monitor and evaluate the various experiences in the region, with a mor
 centre of excellence for integrated HIV prevention, treatment, care and support, currently
 ors involved in current and future national, regional and global initiatives of the world of
BUCAA) among others. Under NACA’s leadership, Nigeria has adopted and domesticated international guidelines an
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