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Despite commitments to the 90-90-90 targets, many people remain unaware of their HIV status and in many settings ART coverage remains low. In particular, key populations face structural and other barriers when accessing HIV testing and treatment services which results in suboptimal coverage of these services. This session will take participants on a journey across the HIV care cascade highlighting key perspectives and programme examples. A series of short presentations will be preceded by an opening panel discussion and conclude with a dialogue among the chairs and stakeholders on their thoughts for the way forward.

Opening and introductions
Wame Mosime, International Treatment Preparedness Coalition, Botswana
Emilio Emini, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, United States
Where have we come from? [Discussion]
Meg Doherty, World Health Organization, Switzerland
Tom Ellman, Medécins Sans Frontières (MSF), South Africa
DSD Best Practices Across the Cascade
Rose Nyirenda, Ministry of Health, Malawi, Malawi
Doan Thanh Tung, Lighthouse Social Enterprise, Vietnam
Reshmie Ramautarsing, Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre, Thailand
Lazarus Oucul, The AIDS Support Organization (TASO), Uganda
Solange Baptiste, International Treatment Preparedness Coalition, South Africa
Launch of Decision Frameworks
Kevin Osborne, International AIDS Society, Switzerland
Midnight Poonkasetwattana, APCOM, Thailand
Where do we go from here? [Discussion]
Rachel Baggaley, WHO, Switzerland
Ade Fakoya, The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria, Switzerland