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Abstract Saturday, 09.12.2017


Time: 10:45 – 12:15
Children and Adolescents

Pierre De Beaudrap

  • HIV Status and Contextual Factors Contribute Both to Poor Developmental Outcomes in Cameroonian HIV-Affected Children from the ANRS Pediacam Cohort: Results from the PediacamDev Study (ANRS 12322)

Olawale Salami

  • Prospective Study of Lopinavir Based ART for HIV-infected Children Globally (LIVING Study): Interim 48-week Effectiveness and Safety Results

Briony Pasipanodya

  • Assessing the Feasibility of Administering Lopinavir Ritonavir (LPV/r) Oral Pellets to HIV-infected Children in Zimbabwe

Samuel O. Oduong

  • School-based, Directly-Observed Therapy Significantly Increases the Rates of Virologic Suppression among Adolescents in a Rural Health Facility in Kenya

Kevin Munene Njue

  • Psycho-Social Challenges Associated with Pre-ART Patient Care in Adolescents and Young Adults B2. Challenges Associated with Pre-ART Patient Care


PROF. NKANDU LUO (Chandelier)
Time: 10:45 – 12:15
HIV / AIDS Surveillance and Monitoring and Evaluation

Francis Yuya Septoh

  • Motifs de Non-Retour aux Visites Planifiées et Impact des Appels Téléphoniques sur la Rétention dans une Cohorte d’Enfants Suivis au Cameroun : Etude ANRS-PEDIACAM

Charles Uzande

  • Tracking ART Clients Lost at Follow up: A Case of Buhera District Manicaland Province in Zimbabwe

Thierno Chérif Sy

  • Amélioration du Taux de Survie à 12 Mois des PVVIH au Niveau Périphérique par une Approche Qualité: Expérience de l’UTA de Kolda

Didier Rukabu Kamali

  • Generating Key Populations Size Estimation Data to Facilitate Program Implementation and Target Setting Where Data Do Not Exist

Georges Batona

  • Augmentation de l’Adoption du Dépistage Régulier du VIH chez les Femmes Travailleuses du Sexe (TS) au Bénin : Effet d’une Intervention Basée sur des Données Probantes et des Cadres Théoriques


Time: 10:45 – 12:15
Shared Responsibility and Partnership in HIV

Charity Bwalya

  • Increasing Coverage to HIV/AIDS Services through Government led District Mentorship Teams: A case of Livingstone District in Southern Province, Zambia

Oluwafemi Role

  • Effect of Lack of Prevention Commodities Supply Chain Mechanism: A Case of Lubricants and Condoms Stock out in Nigeria

Samuel Ojo Osunleye

  • Resource Mobilization for HIV and AIDS during Economic Recession: Ekiti State Experience

Dave Burrows

  • Diagnostic Tool on Public Financing of CSOs for Health Service Delivery (PFC): Development and Results of Pilot Studies

Allan Maleche

  • Expanding Space for CSO Influence in Global Health Governance and Financing to End the Three Epidemics – The Case for Equitable Financing for HIV, TB and Malaria


Time: 10:45 – 12:15
Policies, Programs and HIV Response

Gemma Oberth

  • A Quarter for Prevention? Global Fund Investments in HIV Prevention Interventions in Generalized African Epidemics

Morgane Ahmar

  • Allier Plaidoyer et Recherche pour Lutter contre le VIH/Sida

Daniel A. Adeyinka

  • Differential Impact of Inequity on Elimination of HIV in Nigeria: Evidence for Policy Action and Programme Redesigning

Carmélita Sidoine Acakpo

  • Le Suivi de l’Adolescent Né Infecté au VIH: Cahier d’un Retour sur Parcours

Georgina Caswell

  • READY to Listen. What Works in Programming for Adolescents? Findings from a Baseline Study in Three Countries in East and Central Africa


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