Join the Public Health Institute (PHI) at the International AIDS Conference
PHI will be active throughout the IAC. Please join us, our project teams and our partners at the following events:
PHI/Global Health Fellows Program-II Reception
Monday, July 23, 5:30pm to 7:00pm, GHFP-II Training Room, 1201 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Suite 200, Washington, DC
Please join staff and fellows from PHI programs around the world for a special reception on the occasion of the International AIDS Conference. Enjoy hors d’oeuvres and refreshments while learning about the diverse and innovative ways in which PHI is tackling the HIV/AIDS epidemic. (RSVP at email@example.com)
Global Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS (GYCA) Youth Roundtable
Monday, July 23, 8:30am to 10:30am, Busboys and Poets, 1025 5th Street NW, Washington, DC
PHI’s GYCA and the Youth Health and Rights Coalition (YHRC) will be co-hosting an interactive breakfast roundtable for adolescent- and youth-focused coalitions. We hope for this to be an opportunity for participating coalitions to explore opportunities for collaboration and coordination to further promote the health and rights of young people.
What Works for Women and Girls
Sunday, July 22, 11:15am to 1:15pm, Satellite Session Room 7
A Reason to Celebrate: What Works for Women & Girls: Evidence for HIV/AIDS Interventions (SUSA23): Join us to celebrate the launch of the updated, award-winning website What Works for Women & Girls: Evidence for HIV/AIDS Interventions. Come learn about what’s new in what works for women and girls; how others are utilizing the resource and how it can be useful in your work.
Tuesday, July 24, 4:45pm to 5:45pm, Main Stage, Women’s Networking Zone (WNZ)
What Works for Women & Girls: Advocacy Workshop for Gender Sensitive Interventions: This highly interactive, practical workshop invites participants to answer the question: how do you advocate for an evidence-based, gender-sensitive response to the HIV epidemic in your country? Participants are encouraged to come with data about the epidemic in their country, including who is most at risk and the conditions for women and girls living with HIV. Participants will leave with concrete strategies and tools to more effectively advocate for gender-specific programming and policies in their countries.
Wednesday, July 25, 7:00am to 8:30am, Mini Room 3
Messages that Matter: Reaching the World’s Women with Effective, Evidence-Based HIV Prevention Strategies (WESA06): This session will promote cross-learning and highlight why prevention strategies for women must be different than those for men, what is working for women within the US and internationally to reduce risk of HIV infection, and how emerging structural and biomedical strategies can play a role in future prevention efforts for women.
Thursday, July 26, 7:00am to 8:30am, Mini Room 1
From Evidence to Programming: Gender and Gender-Based Violence in the HIV and AIDS Response (THSA02): The session will discuss evidence on addressing gender-based violence (GBV) in HIV programming, and review how the evidence is being put into practice through guidelines and programs. It will focus on current challenges, including taking gender interventions to scale, and measuring program impact. This session will complement the US Government session on PEPFAR GBV program guidance by discussing the “why” behind the guidance.
Adolescent Girls’ Advocacy and Leadership Initiative (AGALI)
Monday, July 23, 12:30pm to 2:30 pm, Poster Exhibition Hall on Level 2
“Strengthening global advocacy for adolescent girls: Lessons learned from the Adolescent Girls´ Advocacy and Leadership Initiative”
Coalition for the Advancement of Multipurpose Innovations (CAMI)
Thursday, July 26, 12:30pm to 2:30pm, Poster Exhibition Hall on Level 2
CAMI and our Initiative for Multipurpose Prevention Technologies (IMPT) partners are presenting a poster entitled “Simultaneous risks, simultaneous protection: the critical path to “multipurpose” prevention products for women.” Dr. Polly Harrison will be at the exhibit to answer questions and provide MPT informational materials.
Thursday, July 26, 6:30pm to 8:30pm, Mini Room 1
The Population Council and CAMI, along with AVAC, CONRAD, USAID, and WHO, are co-convening a satellite session, “New Products, New Paradigms: Combination Products for Women.” Dr. Helen Rees of the Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute, South Africa, and Dr. Debra Birnkrant of the U.S. FDA, will co-chair the session.
Wednesday, July 25, 6:30pm to 8:30pm, Session Room 6
The International Partnership for Microbicides (IPM) and Women Deliver are holding a satellite session entitled “Advancing the Integration of HIV and Sexual and Reproductive Health”.