Defining "sustainability" for key population programmes in the era of epidemic control
CHAIR
Hally Mahler, FHI 360, United States
MODERATOR
Micheal Ighodaro
Global Black Gay Men Connect Corporation, United States
Organizer
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As countries inch closer to HIV epidemic control, funders and stakeholders are focusing on sustaining the HIV response. Recent PEPFAR guidance and the UNAIDS HIV Response Sustainability Primer call for the development of individual country sustainability roadmaps to guide investments and actions in the coming years. This session will explore the intersections of political leadership, quality access to services, system capacities and financing related to sustaining the HIV response for key populations, including MSM, transgender people, sex workers and injecting drug users. The session will share outcomes from consultations with key population communities and service providers and share perspectives from KP-led organizations, UNAIDS and the US State Department Bureau of Global Health Security and Diplomacy on the unique considerations for key population communities related to sustaining the HIV response.
18:00
5 min
Welcoming remarks
FHI 360, United States
18:05
8 min
Keynote remarks
United States Department of State, Bureau of Global Health Security and Diplomacy, United States
18:13
7 min
Key population consultations
FHI 360, United States
18:20
35 min
Community perspectives panel
Global Black Gay Men Connect Corporation, United States
PEPFAR, United States
Institute of HIV Research and Innovation, Thailand
African Sex Workers Alliance, Kenya
Ice Breakers Uganda, Uganda
18:55
10 min
UNAIDS sustainability roadmap
UNAIDS, Switzerland
19:05
20 min
Audience Q&A
Global Black Gay Men Connect Corporation, United States
Institute of HIV Research and Innovation, Thailand
PEPFAR, United States
African Sex Workers Alliance, Kenya
Ice Breakers Uganda, Uganda
UNAIDS, Switzerland
19:25
5 min
Closing remarks
FHI 360, United States