XIX International AIDS Conference


SUSA72 Where the Tide Will Turn: How is Community Level Participation Most Effective in Turning the Tide?
  Non-Commercial Satellite
Venue: Mini Room 9
Time: 22.07.2012, 15:45 - 17:45
Chair: Roxana Rogers, United States
Organiser: Ugochukwu Amanyeiwe, Gretchen Bachman, Ilana Lapidos-Saliaz, Marta Levitt, and John Novak at USAID, Office of HIV and AIDS; and Helen Cornman and Melissa Sharer at AIDSTAR-One
 
 
This session will provide context on community level participation and evidence base from country level examples of community involvement that demonstrate improved HIV outcomes. The session will mobilize a key working group to draft a call to action aimed at increasing the evidence base on community involvement.

15:45

Powerpoint
Introduction and Evidence Summit on Community Health Workers Report


R. Rogers, United States

16:00

Powerpoint
Investing in Communities to Achieve Results


R. Rodriguez-Garcia, United States

16:10

Powerpoint
Cost Effectiveness and Program Efficiency of Community Level Involvement


E. Beck, Switzerland

16:20

Powerpoint
Community Mobilization Can Substantially Reduce HIV/AIDS Risk Among Female Sex Workers


T. Wheeler, India

16:30

Powerpoint
TASO's Experience with Community Involvement


R. Ochai, Uganda

16:40

Powerpoint
Kheth'Impilo (KI) Community Based Treatment Adherence Program-South Africa


A. Grimwood, South Africa

16:50

Powerpoint
Promoting HIV Prevention Through Stimulation of Community Vibrancy and Self-Efficacy In Malawi


G. Mkandawire, Malawi

17:00

Powerpoint
Household Economic Strengthening Leads to Improved Care for Most Vulnerable Children


L. Madeleka, United Republic of Tanzania

Powerpoints presentations
Introduction and Evidence Summit on Community Health Workers Report - Roxana Rogers

Investing in Communities to Achieve Results - Rosalia Rodriguez-Garcia

Cost Effectiveness and Program Efficiency of Community Level Involvement - Eduard Beck

Community Mobilization Can Substantially Reduce HIV/AIDS Risk Among Female Sex Workers - Tisha Wheeler

TASO's Experience with Community Involvement - Robert Ochai

Kheth'Impilo (KI) Community Based Treatment Adherence Program-South Africa - Ashraf Grimwood
Kheth'Impilo (KI) Community Based Treatment Adherence Program-South Africa - Ashraf Grimwood

Promoting HIV Prevention Through Stimulation of Community Vibrancy and Self-Efficacy In Malawi - Glory Mkandawire

Household Economic Strengthening Leads to Improved Care for Most Vulnerable Children - Linda Madeleka



   

    The organizers reserve the right to amend the programme.


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