AIDS 2012: Where the Tide Will Turn-How is Community Level Participation Most Effective in Turning the Tide?

On Sunday, July 22, 2012, PEPFAR and AIDSTAR-One organized a satellite session at the International AIDS Conference entitled Where the Tide Will Turn: How is Community Level Participation Most Effective in Turning the Tide? The session provided context on community level participation and evidence base from country level examples of community involvement that demonstrated improved HIV outcomes. The session also mobilized a key working group to draft a call to action aimed at increasing the evidence base on community involvement.

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Presentations

Where the Tide Will Turn: How is Community Level Participation Most Effective in Turning the Tide?
July 22, 2012
Introduction and Evidence Summit on Community Health Workers Report
(PDF, 917 KB)
Presented by Roxana Rogers, USAID
Investing in Communities to Achieve Results
(PDF, 949 KB)
Presented by Rosalía Rodriguez-Garcia, World Bank
Cost Effectiveness and Program Efficiency of Community Level Involvement
(PDF, 524 KB)
Presented by Eduard Beck, UNAIDS
India: Community Mobilization Can Substantially Reduce HIV/AIDS Risk Among Female Sex Workers
(PDF, 971 KB)
Presented by Tisha Wheeler, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
Uganda: TASO's Experience with Community Involvement
(PDF, 771 KB)
Presented by Robert Ochai, TASO
South Africa: Kheth'Impilo (KI) Community Based Treatment Adherence Program
(PDF, 419 KB)
Presented by Ashraf Grimwood, Kheth'Impilo
Malawi: Promoting HIV Prevention Through Stimulation of Community Vibrancy and Self-Efficacy
(PDF, 381 KB)
Presented by Glory Mkandawire and Rajiv N. Rimal, Johns Hopkins University
Tanzania: Household Economic Strengthening Leads to Improved Care for Most Vulnerable Children
(PDF, 420 KB)
Presented by Linda Madeleka, DCOP, and Jali Watoto and Pamoja Tuwalee, Pact Tanzania

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