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IAS Educational Fund Meeting – Kazakhstan

The IAS Educational Fund meeting – Science, community and the sustainability of the HIV response in Eastern Europe and Central Asia – was held in Almaty, Kazakhstan, on 19 and 20 November 2019. The meeting was organized by the International AIDS Society (IAS) in collaboration with EECA INTERACT 2019.

During this one-and-a-half-day workshop, more than 65 HIV professionals in the HIV response in the Eastern European and Central Asian region gathered to discuss the latest science, as well as innovative ways forward for treatment, testing and prevention.

On 19 November 2019, key topics discussed included innovation across EECA in integration of care and differentiated care, key messages from the 10th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2019) in Mexico City as well as updates on the upcoming 23rd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020) that will take place in San Francisco and Oakland. On the second day, discussions revolved around Fast-Track Cities, the sustainability of the AIDS response in EECA, scaling up opioid agonist treatment (OAT) in Central Asia, PrEP, HIV self-testing updates as well as panel discussions on access to ARV treatment in the region and integration of care for HIV, TB and hepatitis C.

Material from the meeting is available below.

Meeting material

  • Related documents
  • Presentations
  • Multimedia
  • Programme
  • Meeting Report
    The views expressed in the report do not necessarily reflect the views of the International AIDS Society.

Presentations – Day 1: 19 November 2019

Innovation across EECA in integration of care and differentiated care
Javier Cepeda, Yale University, USA

Presentation

EECA Treamtent Discussion_Stefan Baral
Stefan Baral, Johns Hopkins School of Public Health, USA

Presentation

Looking forward to the 23rd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020)
Andriy Klepikov, IAS, Ukraine

Presentation

Presentations – Day 2: 20 November 2019

Fast-track cities - Odessa
Iryna Кutsenko, Odessa City Parliament member, Ukraine

Presentation

Sustainability of the AIDS response in EECA
Sergii FilippovychAPH, Ukraine

Presentation

Overview of OAT in Central Asia
Yelena Kudussova, ICAP, Kazakhstan

Presentation

HIV self-testing updates
Julia Kuznetsova, APH, Ukraine

Presentation

HIV self-testing in Central Asia
Olga Samoilova, PSI, Kazakhstan

Presentation

Integration of HIV/TB/Hep C
Liliia Masiuk, APH, Ukraine

Presentation

Photo galleries

Videos

DAY 1 (19 November 2019)

  • Working together towards HIV viral suppression, TB treatment, and HIV Cure in EECA

    Javier Cepeda

  • Cutting edge from the 10th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2019) in Mexico City: Implications for EECA

    Andriy Klepikov

  • Cutting edge from the 10th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2019) in Mexico City: Implications for EECA – Testing and Prevention

    Assel Terlikbayeva

  • Cutting edge from the 10th IAS Conference on HIV Science (IAS 2019) in Mexico City: Implications for EECA - Treatment

    Stefan Baral

  • Looking forward to the 23rd International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2020)

    Andriy Klepikov

DAY 2 (20 November 2019)

  • Fast Track cities - Almaty, Kazakhstan

    Alfiya Denebaeva

  • Fast Track cities - Odessa, Ukraine

    Iryna Кutsenko

  • Sustainability of the AIDS response in EECA

    Sergey Filippovich

  • Scaling up opioid agonist treatment OAT in Central Asia

    Dr Bakhyzshan Nurliev

  • Scaling up opioid agonist treatment OAT in Central Asia

    Yelena Kudussova

  • How to make ART treatment more accessible in the region

    Aida Karagulova

  • Pre exposure prophylaxis PrEP in EECA – Ukraine

    Andriy Klepikov

  • Pre exposure prophylaxis PrEP in EECA – Moldova

    Evghenii A Golosceapov

  • HIV self-testing updates – Ukraine

    Yulia Kuznetsova

  • HIV self-testing updates – Central Asia

    Olga Samoilova

  • HIVTB Hep C integration

    Liliia Masiuk