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Join us at the Joep Lange Institute pre-conference on 22 July, hosted by Chairs Mark Dybul, Nduku Kilonzo and Lillian Mworeko, where we will challenge and activate you to use your experience and creativity to be smarter, better and more targeted in the HIV response. The global 90-90-90 targets are ambitious, however meeting them is not the end of AIDS. The response needs to be faster and better. We gather key stakeholders to unpack the challenges that threaten a successful and sustainable global HIV response. Our agenda consists of five critical issues, among others how to provide quality treatment for life, the reinvigoration of primary prevention and innovative funding proposals.

09:00
Welcome and Introduction
Michiel Heidenrijk, Joep Lange Institute, Netherlands
09:05
The need for new strategies in the global HIV response: Project overview
David Barr, Joep Lange Institute, Netherlands
09:15
Efforts to Scale Up, Strengthen, and Sustain HIV Responses: Findings and recommendations Opening by moderator: Michiel Heidenrijk, Joep Lange Institute
09:20
Protecting the quality of HIV treatment scale-up
Lillian Mworeko, International Community of Women Living with HIV East Africa, Uganda
09:30
A commitment to scale up of HIV primary prevention
Nduku Kilonzo, MD, National AIDS Control Council, Kenya
09:40
The future of funding the HIV response
Mark Dybul, MD, Center for Global Health and Policy, Georgetown University, United States
09:50
Q&A Efforts to Scale Up, Strengthen, and Sustain HIV Responses: Findings and recommendations Moderator: Michiel Heidenrijk, Joep Lange Institute
10:00
Break
10:15
Panel: The Global Response Moderators: Wafaa El-Sadr, MD, ICAP, Peter van Rooijen, International Civil Society Support (ICSS)
Ambassador Deborah L. Birx, MD, U.S. Ambassador-at-Large & U.S. Special Representative for Global Health Diplomacy, United States
Rico Gustav, ICSS, Netherlands
Maureen Murenga, Executive Director, Lean on Me Foundation, Kenya
Peter Sands, Executive Director, Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria, Switzerland
Michel Sidibé, MD, UNAIDS, Switzerland
Soumya Swaminathan, MD, Deputy Director-General, WHO, Switzerland
11:30
Implementing HIV treatment and prevention programs: Lessons from Fast-Track Cities Moderator: TBD
Vitali Klitschko, Mayor of Kiev, Ukraine
Dr. Widyastuti Endro, Ministry of Health, Indonesia
Marat Tukeev, Head of the Almaty AIDS City Center, Kazakhstan
12:15
Lunch
13:15
A lifetime of Treatment: Challenges to sustainable HIV treatment success Moderator: Ale Trossero, UNICEF
Wame Mosime, International Treatment Preparedness Coalition, Botswana
Francois Venter, MD, University of the Witswatersrand, South Africa
Daouda Diouf, Ende Santé, Senegal
Tsitsi Mutasa-Apollo, MD, Ministry of Health and Child Care, Zimbabwe
Meg Doherty, MD, WHO, Switzerland
14:30
Controlling the Epidemic: A renewed commitment to primary prevention Opening by moderator: Geoff Garnett, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
14:35
A Call to Action: Current status of HIV prevention efforts among key populations, young adults and adolescents
Chris Beyrer, MD, Johns Hopkins University, United States
14:45
A proposed model of differentiated service delivery for HIV prevention
Wanjiro Mukoma, LVCT Health, Kenya
14:55
Measuring HIV incidence among key populations, young adults and adolescents
Jessica Justman, MD, ICAP, United States
15:05
A commitment to harm reduction
Anna Dovbhak, Eurasian Harm Reduction Association, Lithuania
15:15
Q&A Controlling the Epidemic: A renewed commitment to primary prevention Moderator: Geoff Garnett
15:30
Break
15:45
Innovative Financing: what are countries doing now? Opening by moderator: John Simon, Vice-Chair, Global Fund Board
15:50
Implementing insurance schemes in Lagos
Oladipupo Fisher, MD, Lagos State AIDS Control Agency, Nigeria
16:00
Planning for transition: the experience in Macedonia
Venko Filipce, MD, Minister of Health, Macedonia, FYR
16:10
Implementing UHC in Southeast Asia
Jonas Bagas, APCASO, Thailand
16:20
Funding community systems in the Caribbean
Caroline Gomes, Developing Country NGO Delegation to the Global Fund Board, Jamaica
16:30
Q & A Innovative Financing: what are countries doing now? Moderator: John Simon, Vice-Chair, Global Fund Board
16:45
Closure and Farewell Moderator Michiel Heidenrijk
Lillian Mworeko, ICWEA, Uganda
Nduku Kilonzo, MD, National AIDS Control Council, Kenya
Mark Dybul, MD, Center for Global Health and Policy, Georgetown University, United States
17:00
Reception