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EngenderHealth at the International AIDS Conference

SUNDAY, JULY 22

  • 9:00 am–10:00 am: Satellite Session, Mini Room 5 | Start Making Sense: Weighing the Evidence on Hormonal Contraception and HIV

MONDAY, JULY 23

  • 12:30 pm–2:30 pm: Poster Exhibition, Exhibition Hall, Level 2
    • Assessing gender attitudes, HIV/AIDS-related knowledge and communication and HIV testing among adult men in Tanzania
      — Yeronimo Mlawa, EngenderHealth
    • Ease of Shang Ring method potential key to scale-up of male circumcision in Africa
      — Catherine Hart, FHI 360; Mark Barone (author), EngenderHealth
  • 6:30 pm– 8:30pm: Satellite Session, Session Room 5 | Rhetoric to Reality: Delivering Integrated HIV and Family Planning Services
    • Integrating Family Planning into PMTCT Services: Promising Approaches from Iringa and Manyara Regions in Tanzania
      — Feddy Mwanga, EngenderHealth

      Remarks by President Pamela Barnes, EngenderHealth
      Organizers: Population Action International, John Snow, Inc., FHI 360, EngenderHealth

TUESDAY, JULY 24

  • 7:00 am–8:30 am: Satellite Session, Mini Room 5 | Innovations to Facilitate Acceleration of Voluntary Medical Male Circumcision Scale-Up: Potential Role of Medical Devices
    • Panel discussion with device experts includes Mark Barone
      Organisers: PEPFAR, FHI 360, Population Services International (PSI), EngenderHealth, Jhpiego 
  • 12:30 pm–2:30 pm: Poster Exhibition, Exhibition Hall, Level 2
    • HIV risk behaviours among men recently circumcised
      — Melinda Pavin, EngenderHealth  
  • 2:30 pm–4:00 pm: Oral Abstract Session, Session Room 5 | Male Circumcision: Strategies and Impact
    • Randomized controlled trial of the Shang Ring versus conventional surgical techniques for adult male circumcision in Kenya and Zambia
      — Quentin Awori, EngenderHealth  
  • 6:30 pm–8:30 pm: Satellite Session, Mini Room 8 | Strengthening Capacity for Evaluation and Programming to Address Gender and HIV/AIDS in International Settings
    • Lighting the fire from below: capacity strengthening through EngenderHealth’s CHAMPION’s community engagement model for gender and HIV
      — Yeronimo Mlawa, EngenderHealth;
      Organizer: PATH

WEDNESDAY, JULY 25

  • 12:30 pm–2:30 pm: Poster Exhibition, Exhibition Hall, Level 2
    • Task shifting to non-physician clinicians to support adult male medical circumcision scale-up in Kenya
      — Melinda Pavin, EngenderHealth

THURSDAY, JULY 26

  • 11:00 am–12:00 pm: Oral Abstract Session, Session Room 2 | Challenges in Scaling-Up PMTCT
    • Will your partner be attending? Involving men in the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV in antenatal care clinics in Iringa, Tanzania
          — Nassor Kikumbih, EngenderHealth 
  • 12:30 pm–2:30 pm: Poster Exhibition, Exhibition Hall, Level 2
    • From what they say to what they do: a look at shifting Tanzania norms and behaviours around intimate partner violence
      — Feddy Mwanga, EngenderHealth
    • HIV and sexual violence: exploring cultural norms, sex, intimate partner violence and HIV among urban adult Tanzanian men and women
      — Yeronimo Mlawa, EngenderHealth
    • Empowerment as a determinant of safe sexual behaviours among school adolescents in Newala district, Tanzania
      — Yeronimo Mlawa, EngenderHealth

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