Events

AIDS 2020 Virtual

Date(s):
July 06, 2020 to July 10, 2020
Location:
Virtual
Theme:
Resilience
Hosts:
UNAIDS
ICASO
International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS

The International AIDS Conference is the largest global health gathering in the world. It is the premier conference for those working in the field of HIV, as well as for policy-makers, persons living with HIV, and others who are committed to ending the pandemic through science, advocacy, and policy.

In light of COVID-19, the conference will be held virtually this year. IntraHealth International's delegation will present research on retention, reaching key and priority populations with PrEP, voluntary medical male circumcision, and more.

Presentations are available on demand. View the program here.


Our Participation

Poster Presentation

Achieving PEPFAR’s funding level for local organizations: Challenges and successes to getting to 70% in Ethiopia
Date(s): Monday, July 06, 8:00am EDT
Location: Poster Channel - Track E
Presenter(s): Catherine Brokenshire-Scott
Reengaging patients lost to follow-up through community liaisons in unsecure low-burden settings: Experience from El Salvador
Date(s): Monday, July 06, 9:00am EDT
Location: Poster Channel - Track C
Presenter(s): Ricardo Mendizabal-Burastero
High HIV and syphilis prevalence among female sex workers at the border of South Sudan and Uganda
Date(s): Monday, July 06, 9:00am EDT
Location: Poster Channel - Track C
Presenter(s): Alfred Okiria
Simplifying the ShangRing technique for voluntary medical male circumcision among priority adolescent and adult men: Results from an acceptability and safety study in Tanzania
Date(s): Monday, July 06, 9:00am EDT
Location: Poster Channel - Track C
Presenter(s): Kija Nyalali
Mobile technology and human-centered design to reach adult men with voluntary medical male circumcision service: There’s an App for that
Date(s): Monday, July 06, 9:00am EDT
Location: Poster Channel - Track E
Presenter(s): Peter Dotto Lubambi
Behavior Design Methodology for Uptake of Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision among Fisherfolks in the Lake Zone of Tanzania
Date(s): Monday, July 06, 9:00am EDT
Location: Abstract Sessions On-Demand Channel
Presenter(s): Zaynab Lweno
Patient-identified reasons for poor early retention in HIV treatment amidst a “surge strategy” to increase linkage to care: Insights from Eastern Uganda
Date(s): Monday, July 06, 9:00am EDT
Location: Poster Channel - Track E
Presenter(s): Irene Mirembe
Location, Location, Location: Increasing uptake of HIV services among key and priority populations in slum settings: Experiences from Tororo District, Uganda
Date(s): Monday, July 06, 9:00am EDT
Location: Poster Channel - Track C
Presenter(s): Godfrey Muzaaya
Improving retention of HIV clients at 12 months: Successes of community-based differentiated service delivery models in Bukwo District, Uganda
Date(s): Monday, July 06, 9:00am EDT
Location: Poster Channel - Track E
Presenter(s): Sam Cherop
Improving retention in HIV care through routine monitoring and back-to-care campaigns: Lessons from Eastern Uganda
Date(s): Monday, July 06, 9:00am EDT
Location: Poster Channel - Track E
Presenter(s): Yusuf Namanya
Reaching key and priority populations with PrEP: Lessons from Eastern Uganda
Date(s): Monday, July 06, 9:00am EDT
Location: Poster Channel - Track E
Presenter(s): Carol Karutu
Peer-led HIV self-testing successfully reaches key populations in rural Eastern Uganda
Date(s): Monday, July 06, 9:00am EDT
Location: Poster Channel - Track E
Presenter(s): Carol Karutu
Three HIV incidence estimation methods reveal high incidence among female sex workers in Juba and Nimule, South Sudan
Date(s): Monday, July 06, 9:00am EDT
Location: Poster Channel - Track C
Presenter(s): Alfred Okiria

Delegates

Catherine Brokenshire-Scott

Project director, Accelerating Support to Advanced Local Partners

Sam Cherop

Cluster technical manager, Uganda RHITES-E project

Carol Karutu

Chief of party, Uganda RHITES-E project

Peter Dotto Lubambi

Monitoring and evaluation manager, Tanzania ToharaPlus project

Zaynab Lweno

Capacity building and mentorship advisor, Tanzania ToharaPlus project

Ricardo Mendizabal-Burastero

HIV/AIDS senior advisor, Central America

Irene Mirembe

Knowledge management manager, Uganda RHITES-E project

Godfrey Muzaaya

HIV team lead/VMMC manager, Uganda RHITES-E project

Yusuf Namanya

Community linkages & referral technical advisor, Uganda RHITES-E project

Kija Nyalali

Director of monitoring and evaluation, Tanzania ToharaPlus project

Alfred Okiria

Project director, CDC South Sudan project

Kate Stratten

HIV program director

Sujata Bijou

Senior measurement and learning technical advisor

Andrew Durkin

Program officer, East Africa