The International Paediatric HIV and AIDS Symposium in Africa (IPHASA) will convene for the first time in 2021 by means of a virtual meeting. The Ministry of Health of Uganda leads the IPHASA Organizing Committee, in partnership with the Collaborative Initiative for Paediatric HIV Education and Research (CIPHER) of IAS – the International AIDS Society – and several ministries of health and top organizations working collaboratively under the theme: Leaving no child with HIV behind: Efficiencies, innovation and stakeholder engagement in service delivery.
IPHASA aims to enable discussion of the latest science and build the capacity of healthcare workers and policy makers in implementing evidence-based approaches in the paediatric response to HIV across Africa. The overall objective is to facilitate the translation of evidence and good practices in the paediatric HIV response for implementation and adaptation across the African continent.
IPHASA will share paediatric HIV evidence and good practices to help support in-country implementation and adaptation across the African continent. Symposium participants will include healthcare workers, policy makers, programme implementers, representatives of ministries of health and researchers working on paediatric HIV.
By attending the symposium, you will:
- Hear the latest global and regional updates in paediatric HIV prevention, care and treatment
- Learn from country experiences and best practices in implementing paediatric HIV programmes
- Equip yourself with new knowledge and skills in implementation science.
Virtual Symposium: 17–18 November 2021
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