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Advancements in digital, epidemiological surveillance, and behavioural data collection methods provide important new opportunities to deliver focused programmes for women and girls, LGBTI communities, people who use drugs, and sex workers. Drawing upon programmatic and research experience, this session will discuss innovative approaches to strengthen national HIV responses and deliver improved and effective focused programming. Lessons and approaches to identifying populations at greatest risk, generate accurate key population data, assess programme coverage, and deliver programmes at scale will be showcased and discussed.

16:30
Introduction
16:42
Tackling adolescent girls vulnerability to HIV: Findings from DREAMS
Deborah Birx, The U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), United States
16:52
What does population data tell us about programming priorities? Insights from 14 countries.
Elizabeth Radin, ICAP at Columbia University, United States
17:02
Where next for data driven programming: Lessons from Zimbabwe
17:12
Delivering sex worker programmes at scale: What data do we need?
Parinita Bhattacharjee, University of Manitoba, Kenya
17:22
Making the Most of Technical Innovations for Precision Programming
Geoff Garnett, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, United States
17:32
Discussion
17:52
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