This session will focus on the U.S. Government’s current strategy to address gender issues within the President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR).
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For more information please see the conference Programme-at-a-Glance. Panel 2: Julio Montaner, Canada Brigitte Schmied, Austria John Dalli, Malta Paul De Lay, UNAIDS Annie Lennox, United Kingdom Alois StÃ¶ger, Austria
A central focus of the U.S. President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR) is increasing country ownership in HIV strategy, program design and implementation.
UNAIDS and IAS will host a discussion on a new vision to reinvigorate the global movement to achieve universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support.
The Opening Session from the XVIII International AIDS Conference held in Vienna, Austria, July 18-23, 2010.
This Kaiser/CSIS forum examines the global health and development outcomes of the June Group of Eight and the Group of 20 Summits held in Canada.
The Global HIV Prevention Working Group is a panel of nearly 50 leading public health experts, clinicians, biomedical, and behavioral researchers, and people affected by HIV/AIDS, convened by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation and the Kaiser Family Foundation. Executive Summary (.pdf) Report (.pdf) Press Release (.pdf)
Kaiser Family Foundation Forum: World Progress in Maternal and Child Health, and the Future Role for the U.S.
This webcast captures the May 24, 2010, forum examining progress in improving maternal and child health worldwide, and the role on the U.S. in pursuing those efforts.
The Foundation’s global health policy work focuses on providing the latest data and information on the U.S. role in global health to offer a comprehensive picture of the U.S. global health policy landscape, focusing on key issues facing policymakers, journalists, non-governmental organizations, and others working in the global health arena. …
This April 2010 webcast features a discussion of issues and challenges for the Obama Administration’s Global Health Initiative and features three senior-level officials involved in the initiative, as well as outside perspectives of the challenges it faces.