Join ITPC at ICASA 2017

Are you attending the International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA) 2017? Check out all the events and activities hosted by ITPC!

SATELLITE SESSIONS

Demand Creation for Differentiated Care – Putting People at the Centre!
Monday 4 Dec | 14:45 – 16:45 | Room: Prof FEMI SOYINKA | Hosted by ITPC, ARASA, & IAS
A lively panel discussion on differentiated service delivery and the launch of a new resource titled What Works for Me: Activist Toolkit on Differentiated Service Delivery!
Domestic Financing for HIV
Fri 8 Dec | 18:30 – 20:30 | Room: Prof NKANDU LUO | Hosted by ITPC & the Global Fund
Community dialogue bringing together government, donors, regional economic bodies, and civil society to discuss the importance of domestic financing to sustain the HIV response.

PLENARY SPECIAL SESSION

Community Observatories: Examples, Successes and Realities
Fri 8 Dec | 12:45 – 14:15 | Room: Prof KADIO AUGUSTE
This special session looks at community observatories, highlighting successes and challenges from projects across West Africa – including the Regional Community Treatment Observatory (RCTO-WA)

ORAL PRESENTATION

A Tool to Assess How Friendly to Access to Medicines Your Law is
Wed 6 Dec | 18:00 – 20:30 | Global Village | Hosted by ITPC MENA
This presentation will review an assessment of national intellectual property landscapes and their impact on access to medicines in Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia.

GLOBAL VILLAGE & POSTER EXHIBITIONS

Global Treatment Networking Zone
Monday 4 Dec – Thursday 7 Dec | Two sessions daily starting at 10:30 & 15:00
Daily sessions provide opportunities for discussion, skills building, and agenda-setting on key treatment access issues – including treatment education, community monitoring, and intellectual property!
Updates from the Regional Community Treatment Observatory in West Africa
Monday 4 Dec – Thursday 7 Dec | Poster Exhibition Area | Hosted by ITPC partners

You can also download the ITPC at ICASA 2017 (PDF) flyer to print and take with you. Available in both English and French!

 
Featured photo: Community activists protesting ViiV at ICASA 2015 in Harare, Zimbabwe.