ASSESSING SOUTH AFRICA’S HIV PROGRESS AND PRIORITIES FOR THE 2016 DURBAN IAS

Summary
An event hosted by the Kaiser Family Foundation
Description

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Please join us for a discussion of recent developments in South Africa’s fight against HIV, as the country prepares to host the 21st International AIDS Society conference in Durban in July.  Speakers will assess South Africa’s progress in tackling HIV and reflect upon the remaining challenges, as well as consider how the global platform of the AIDS 2016 Conference can be used to galvanize efforts for South Africa, the United States, and the broader international community.  The CSIS Global Health Policy Center will also launch a new report, Energizing the Fight Against HIV in South Africa, which draws upon the observations of a Congressional staff delegation to South Africa led by CSIS in February.

FEATURED PANELISTS:

Regan Hoffmann

Policy Officer, U.S. Liaison Office, UNAIDS

Jennifer Kates

Vice President and Director, Global Health & HIV Policy, Kaiser Family Foundation

Nomonde Nolutshungu

Health Attaché, South African Embassy

Cornelius Baker

Chief Policy Officer, Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator and Health Diplomacy, U.S. Department of State

PRESENTER:

Richard Downie

Deputy Director and Fellow, Africa Program

MODERATED BY:

Sara M. Allinder

Deputy Director and Senior Fellow, Global Health Policy Center

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Event Date
June 13, 2016 12:00 PM   -   June 13, 2016 02:00 PM