- “Differentiated service delivery and care: Key considerations for successful scale up”, symposia session at IAS 2017
25 July 2017 | Paris, France
This symposium, co-convened by WHO, included a country conversation with ministry of health representatives from Ghana, Tanzania and Zimbabwe, followed by a series of rapid-fire presentations from global normative agencies, PLHIV networks, civil society and implementers.
- “Differentiated care from testing to suppression: Are we at the tipping point?”, IAS/WHO satellite session at IAS 2017
23 July 2017 | Paris, France
This satellite highlighted differentiated ART delivery for specific populations, offering both policy perspectives and the view of young people and key populations. Following a series of presentations, an interactive conversation was convened with representatives from the Global Fund and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
- Differentiated ART delivery workshop for communities
19-23 June 2017 | Bangkok, Thailand
To inform the development of an activist toolkit to create strengthened community engagement and demand for client-centred care, ITPC and ARASA, in collaboration with the IAS, hosted a five-day workshop in Thailand with representatives from seven countries and more than 20 PLHIV networks.
- INTEREST Workshop
15-19 May 2017 | Lilongwe Malawi
The “African CROI” had more than 500 delegates attend this interactive workshop, including the IAS session “Differentiated Care: What’s all the hype about?” with speakers from Malawi, South Africa, and Zimbabwe.
- Differentiated Care Youth Champions Workshop
14-15 March | Cape Town South Africa
Together with the Children’s Radio Foundation and Makhulu Productions, a two-day capacity building workshop was held to discuss the Youth Champion projects, how to develop advocacy plans and discuss the production of the Youth Champion films.
- HIV Service Delivery Models National Consultative Meeting
10 March 2017 | Addis Ababa Ethiopia
Together with USAID and PEPFAR, the initiative co-convened a consultative meeting in Ethiopia to learn about global and national experiences of differentiated ART models and discuss next steps.