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Important Community Update: Change of email senders

2 months ago
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Announcement
Community Update

22 November 2019
Dear community members,

Thank you for your support as we relaunch the Children and AIDS Learning Collaborative. We are pleased to let you know all further communications will be through MailChimp. We will be closing our Knowledge Gateway platform. Please ensure you continue to receive our emails by checking your inbox and spam folders for a message with the subject, "Community Update: Spam filter for emails".

Please mark the message as 'Not Spam/Move to Inbox' and reach out to us at childrenandaids@unicef.org<mailto:childrenandaids@unicef.org> if you have not received this message.

In our recent survey to community members, 91 per cent noted that the community of practice provides them with new information relevant to their work. When ranking components, 100 per cent of participants noted sharing recent research, summaries from major conferences/ meetings and webinars as an important function. We will continue to make sure these are prioritized by sharing a quarterly newsletter that compiles conference news, research and webinars across the quarter.

Many participants asked for an online discussion forum with opportunities to ask questions and network with each other. We will be exploring possibilities for such a platform in the next few months. In the meantime, please email Rikke Le Kirkegaard (rlekirkegaard@unicef.org<mailto:rlekirkegaard@unicef.org>) to share webinar invites, links to your resources and other materials with the community. A compilation of such updates will be shared with the Children and AIDS Learning Collaborative regularly.

Once again, thank you for your participation. Please let us know if you do not receive an email through Mailchimp today and looking forward to our continued collaboration to end AIDS in children everywhere.
If you wish to unsubscribe from all future messages, please click here<https://childrenandaids.us12.list-manage.com/unsubscribe?u=82682f0b9776eacd79feac406&id=b2ea55cd6e>.

Please invite your colleagues to the community: https://uni.cf/2Jhb4WT
(Existing members do not need to register again).

Questions or comments? Please email childrenandaids@unicef.org<mailto:childrenandaids@unicef.org>

Please note: The Knowledge Gateway platform will no longer be monitored. Please use the links above to edit your subscription as the register and unsubscribe links in the standard footer below will not update the current mailing list. For questions, kindly reach out directly via email.

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Rikke Le Kirkegaard
Programme Specialist | HIV/AIDS
3 United Nations Plaza, New York, USA, 10017
Phone: +1 (929) 401-1682
Email: rlekirkegaard@unicef.org<mailto:rlekirkegaard@unicef.org>
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Save the Dates: UNICEF and partner sessions at ICASA 2019

2 months ago
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SAVE THE DATE
ICASA 2019
The 20th ICASA International Conference on AIDS and STI's in Africa<http://www.icasa2019rwanda.org/> (ICASA) will be taking place in Kigali, Rwanda on 2-7 December 2019. Please mark your calendars for the five sessions below from UNICEF and partners and circulate the attached flyers. Stay tuned for more updates.
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When: Monday, 2 Dec 2019
08:30 - 10:30
Where: MH4, Kigali Convention Centre



Overview: A diversity of technological and programmatic options today make it possible to design truly women-centered diagnostic services for HIV, TB, cervical cancer and other co-infections. The session will focus on charting a path to the diagnostic services that women need in the context of universal health coverage, thus responding to the global calls for action and addressing inequities. Join for this discussion of global and national commitments, country implementation experiences and lessons learned, technology and service delivery innovation and health system opportunities.
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When: Monday, 2 Dec 2019
09:30 - 16:00
Where: Lemigo Hotel



Overview: Attendees will discuss the barriers and game changers found by the Start Free, Stay Free, AIDS Free Report, leading to an understanding of best practices and priority actions for different regions and countries.
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When: Wednesday, 4 Dec 2019
14:45 - 16:15
Where: MH4, Kigali Convention Centre



Overview: The session will review the status of Africa's response to the crisis of HIV among adolescent girls and young women, through the eyes of African elders, major institutions on the frontlines of the response and adolescent girls and young women themselves. Our objective in this session is to catalyse momentum in the HIV response for this important population, by showcasing home-grown solutions and discussing how a broad range of partnerships can turn the tide of the epidemic for Africa's daughters.


RSVP<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf6hhlPz14_y6t5fOmtdu9lTIHSD4awE9YImJ1IOZfV96OiUQ/viewform> here<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf6hhlPz14_y6t5fOmtdu9lTIHSD4awE9YImJ1IOZfV96OiUQ/viewform>
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When: Thursday, 5 Dec 2019
12:45 - 14:15
Where: MH1, Kigali Convention Centre



Overview: The world is failing to reach all - or even most - of the millions of infants, children and adolescents living with HIV with effective, lifesaving treatment, thus depriving them of the fullest opportunity possible to survive and thrive. During this ICASA session, UNICEF and partners will launch a new paediatric service delivery framework and explore optimal, evidence-informed best practices to close the gap in terms of testing, treating and retention of children in lifelong HIV care.

RSVP<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf6hhlPz14_y6t5fOmtdu9lTIHSD4awE9YImJ1IOZfV96OiUQ/viewform> here<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf6hhlPz14_y6t5fOmtdu9lTIHSD4awE9YImJ1IOZfV96OiUQ/viewform>
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When: Friday, 6 Dec 2019
14:45 - 16:15
Where: MH3, Kigali Convention Centre



Overview: Achieving elimination of mother-to- child transmission (EMTCT) of HIV and syphilis demands intensified action and data-driven, tailored approaches and innovations that are adapted to a country's specific epidemiolocal, political and socio-cultural context. Join UNICEF and partners as we launch a programme guide based on the latest scientific research and programmatic evidence that will address key considerations for programming in support of countries going the "last mile" to EMTCT.

RSVP<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf6hhlPz14_y6t5fOmtdu9lTIHSD4awE9YImJ1IOZfV96OiUQ/viewform> here<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf6hhlPz14_y6t5fOmtdu9lTIHSD4awE9YImJ1IOZfV96OiUQ/viewform>
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www.childrenandaids.org<http://www.childrenandaids.org/>

Rikke Le Kirkegaard
Programme Specialist | HIV/AIDS
3 United Nations Plaza, New York, USA, 10017
Phone: +1 (929) 401-1682
Email: rlekirkegaard@unicef.org<mailto:rlekirkegaard@unicef.org>
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Attachments
Data-Driven Tailored Programming EMTCT - ICASA 2019.pdf
Enhancing Pediatric Service Delivery - ICASA 2019.pdf
Epidemic among AGWY - ICASA 2019.pdf
Meeting the 2020 HIV targets - ICASA 2019.pdf
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Manuel de dépistage du VIH sur le lieu de soins

2 months 3 weeks ago
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ANNOUNCEMENT
French Toolkit: HIV Point-of-Care Diagnostics

Nous avons le plaisir de vous présenter une nouvelle boite à outils, Manuel de dépistage du VIH sur le lieu de soins<http://www.childrenandaids.org/manuel-poc>. Ce manuel propose une variété d’outils pratiques et de conseils dans le but d’épauler les pays désireux d’incorporer des techniques de dépistage du VIH sur le lieu de soins (Point-of-care, ou POC) au sein des réseaux nationaux de diagnostic et des systèmes de laboratoires existants.

Ce manuel est avant tout destiné aux responsables des programmes de pays. Il pourrait aussi s’avérer utile à d’autres parties prenantes, comme les responsables politiques, les partenaires chargés de la mise en œuvre, les donateurs, le personnel d’approvisionnement et de logistique et les responsables de la formation et du contrôle de qualité. Le présent manuel couvre les aspects suivants de la mise en place du dépistage du VIH sur le lieu de soins :

* Choix du site et du matériel médical
* Enregistrement du site et formation
* Contrôle du site et surveillance post-commercialisation
* Quantification et planification de l’approvisionnement
* Assurance qualité
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Les partenaires et parties prenantes ayant contribué à l’élaboration du manuel comprennent la Société africaine de médecine de laboratoire (ASLM), les Centres pour le contrôle et la prévention des maladies des États-Unis (CDC), la Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI), la Fondation pour de nouveaux diagnostics innovants (FIND), le Bureau du coordinateur des États-Unis pour la lutte contre le sida et la diplomatie sanitaire dans le monde (OGAC), la Fondation Elizabeth Glaser de lutte contre le sida pédiatrique (EGPAF), le Centre de diagnostic international de la London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine (LSHTM/IDC), le Centre international de programmes de traitement et de soins du sida (ICAP), Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), Solthis, Unitaid, l’UNICEF, l’Agence des États-Unis pour le développement international (USAID) et l’Organisation mondiale de la Santé (OMS).
Please find the updated HIV POC Diagnostics Toolkit in English here<http://www.childrenandaids.org/poc-toolkit-page>.

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www.childrenandaids.org<http://www.childrenandaids.org/>


Rikke Le Kirkegaard
Programme Specialist | HIV/AIDS
3 United Nations Plaza, New York, USA, 10017
Phone: +1 (929) 401-1682
Email: rlekirkegaard@unicef.org<mailto:rlekirkegaard@unicef.org>
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Webinar: Girl-led initiatives on HIV prevention, SRH and GBV

3 months ago
Dear Children and AIDS Community,

We are pleased to share an invitation to the first webinar hosted by the Adolescent Girls and Young Women Learning Collaborative to be held on 31 October 2019. This new Learning Collaborative is open to all stakeholders interested in sharing programme knowledge, tools and learning to promote HIV prevention, health and well-being among adolescent girls and young women. Join the group here<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScBtFlcXoqoHUCQC7kUmaptGO1AlBLBXvcAE8QNn1A-OwXMpQ/viewform>.

On behalf of UNICEF’s HIV team,

Rikke Le Kirkegaard
rlekirkegaard@unicef.org<mailto:rlekirkegaard@unicef.org>
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WEBINAR

FOR GIRLS BY GIRLS:
Lessons learned from girl-led initiatives on HIV prevention, sexual and reproductive health and gender-based violence

Thursday, 31 October 2019
9:00AM New York (GMT-4)
3:00PM Johannesburg (GMT+2)
4:00PM Nairobi (GMT+3)
Dear Collaborators,

We cordially invite you to a webinar on girl-led initiatives, the inaugural webinar of the Adolescent Girls and Young Women Learning Collaborative.

The session provides:

* Examples of effective strategies for engaging with diverse groups of adolescent girls and young women on HIV prevention, sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and gender-based violence (GBV);
* Ways in which to account for girls’ and women's voices in the development of policy and national programme design; and
* Advice for adolescent girls and young women who are interested in becoming more actively engaged on the issues of HIV prevention, SRH and GBV.

Speakers:
Winny Obure, Coordinator of ATHENA’s #WhatGirlsWant Project and Founder of Teen Seed Africa, Kenya
Winny is a feminist, activist and human right defender from Kenya. She served as a community liaison for PEPFAR’s DREAMS innovation project and leads the #WhatGirlsWant project in Kenya. Winny is the founder of Teen Seed Africa and the Community Emergency Fund for gender-based violence survivors.

Millicent Sethaile, Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights Officer at SRHR Africa Trust (SAT) and HER Voice Ambassador, Botswana
Millicent is a youth activist and Youth SRHR Officer at SAT. She is an ambassador for HER Voice, a programme by the Global Fund to increase participation for adolescent girls and young women and meaningfully engage them in decision-making platforms. She is passionate about bringing together the financing and development industries to best serve communities by investing in programmes that work and positively impact lives.

Brenda Formin, Founder of the Violence Against Girls Initiative, HER Voice Ambassador, Cameroon
Brenda is a youth mentor and girl child activist from Cameroon. She is the founder of the Violence Against Girls Initiative, an Ambassador to the Stacey Fru Foundation in South Africa, and West African Manager for the Teen General Assembly in Nigeria. Brenda worked in collaboration with government officials and administrative authorities to run leadership and skills acquisition workshops with youth.

Facilitator: Damilola Walker, Senior HIV/AIDS Specialist, UNICEF New York

Correspondence: Ornwipa Pam Rugkhla, orugkhla@unicef.org<mailto:orugkhla@unicef.org>

This webinar session is open to all. Please share the information with your networks
Join the webinar: https://unicef.zoom.us/j/269549006<https://us12.mailchimp.com/mctx/click?url=https%3A%2F%2Funicef.zoom.us%2Fj%2F269549006&xid=e28f3b95ee&uid=50382797&pool=&subject=>
Or join by phone, find the local number: https://zoom.us/u/aeFZt8sz0M<https://us12.mailchimp.com/mctx/click?url=https%3A%2F%2Fzoom.us%2Fu%2FaeFZt8sz0M&xid=e28f3b95ee&uid=50382797&pool=&subject=>
Webinar ID: 269 549 006

Following the webinar, a Yammer discussion group will be launched for registered collaborators of the Adolescent Girls and Young Women Learning Collaborative. Click ‘here<https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLScBtFlcXoqoHUCQC7kUmaptGO1AlBLBXvcAE8QNn1A-OwXMpQ/viewform>’ to join the Adolescent Girls and Young Women Learning Collaborative.


The Adolescent Girls and Young Women Learning Collaborative is a platform for the generation and exchange of programme knowledge, tools and insights to prevent HIV in adolescent girls and young women and promote their health and well-being. It is hosted by UNICEF on www.childrenandaids.org/AGYWLC<http://www.childrenandaids.org/AGYWLC>
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Rikke Le Kirkegaard
Programme Specialist | HIV/AIDS
3 United Nations Plaza, New York, USA, 10017
Phone: +1 (929) 401-1682
Email: rlekirkegaard@unicef.org<mailto:rlekirkegaard@unicef.org>
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Webinar Recording: Community Engagement and Partnership | PATA Day 3

3 months ago


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PATA 2019 Summit | Webinar Recording
18 October 2019

The Children and AIDS Learning Collaborative co-hosted daily webinars from the PATA 2019 Summit<http://www.teampata.org/> this week. The meeting, which brought together over 200 participants from 12 countries, concluded today. Sessions from the three days addressed integrating HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) services, ensuring appropriate service delivery for all adolescents and young people and models of community engagement and partnership. A recording from the final webinar of the series is available below.


Visit childrenandaids.org/webinars<http://www.childrenandaids.org/webinars> to watch recordings from the first two days.




RECORDING
Day 3: #READY for Clinic-Community Collaboration
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This webinar from the last day of the Summit focused on collaboration between clinics and communities for adolescent health services. Jessica Rodrigues from AVAC discussed the importance of adolescent HIV prevention as a part of HIV-SRHR integration, prevention tools and lessons from oral pre-exposure prophylaxis (PrEP) initiations. Dr Immaculate Mutisya from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Kenya presented differentiated models of care for adolescents living with HIV, including the impact of self health management. Cedric Nininahazwe of Y+ provided examples of young people working with both clinics and communities and discussed their role as leaders on the frontline. View the recording and slides.<http://www.childrenandaids.org/PATA-2019-summit-day3-webinar>



See the Conversation Online:


@teamPATA<https://twitter.com/teampata?lang=en> | @READY_Movement<https://twitter.com/READY_Movement>

#PATA2019Summit #READYTogether

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Carthi Mannikarottu

HIV and AIDS Section, Programme Division

United Nations Children's Fund
3 UN Plaza, New York NY 10017
212-824-6517 | cmannikarottu@unicef.org<mailto:cmannikarottu@unicef.org>
www.childrenandaids.org<http://www.childrenandaids.org/>

Webinar Recording: Reaching All Adolescents | PATA Day 2

3 months 1 week ago
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PATA 2019 Summit | Webinar Recording
17 October 2019
The Children and AIDS Learning Collaborative is co-hosting daily webinars from the PATA 2019 Summit<http://www.teampata.org/> this week. The collaborative meeting brings together over 200 participants from 12 countries to share lessons and drive action to improve access to quality adolescent-friendly health services, including through the integration of HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) services and clinic-community collaboration. A recording from the second webinar of the series is available below (see Day 1<http://www.childrenandaids.org/PATA-2019-summit-day1-webinar>). Tune in tomorrow for the final session on partnerships between clinics and communities for adolescent health services.


RECORDING
Day 2: #READY to Reach and Serve All
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This webinar presents key takeaways from Day 2 discussions on ensuring the most marginalized groups of adolescents and young people are reached by stigma-free gender-sensitive HIV and SRHR services. Nyasha Sithole of the ATHENA Network highlighted the challenges faced by young mothers living with HIV. Sonke Gender Justice's Angelica Pino presented evidence on including boys and young men in HIV and SRHR programmes. Najma Shaikh from Kheth'Impilo discussed the results of an innovative school-based model for delivering integrated services. View the recording.<http://www.childrenandaids.org/PATA-2019-summit-day2-webinar>

JOIN US TOMORROW
Day 3: #READY for Clinic-Community Collaboration
Join via Zoom<https://unicef.zoom.us/j/646222988>
18 October 2019
7:30AM New York | 1:30PM Johannesburg | 2:30PM Nairobi

Overview
This final webinar will discuss key takeaways from the Summit with a focus on the importance of community engagement and partnership. The speakers will highlight a partnership model for differentiated service delivery, the impact of meaningful engagement with young people and youth networks, and the role of clinic-community collaboration in HIV prevention.

Speakers

* Cedric Nininahazwe, Y+, South Africa
* Dr Immaculate Mutisya, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Kenya
* Jessica Rodrigues, AVAC, United States of America

Call Details, 16-18 October:

Join us on Zoom: https://unicef.zoom.us/j/646222988

Webinar ID: 646 222 988

To call in by phone:
Find a number based on your current location: https://zoom.us/u/awyJTcF39

Join by room system:
SIP: 646222988@zoomcrc.com<mailto:646222988@zoomcrc.com>
Follow the Conversation Online:

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@teamPATA<https://twitter.com/teampata?lang=en> | @READY_Movement<https://twitter.com/READY_Movement>[Image result for twitter icon]
#PATA2019Summit #READYTogether

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/82682f0b9776eacd79feac406/images/05292c51-fccd-4529-8825-558899541abc.png]To learn more, visit www.teampata.org<http://www.teampata.org/>

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www.childrenandaids.org<http://www.childrenandaids.org/>


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Carthi Mannikarottu
HIV and AIDS Section, Programme Division
United Nations Children's Fund
3 UN Plaza, New York NY 10017
212-824-6517 | cmannikarottu@unicef.org<mailto:cmannikarottu@unicef.org>
www.childrenandaids.org<http://www.childrenandaids.org/>

Webinar Recording: HIV-SRHR Integration for Adolescents | PATA Day 1

3 months 1 week ago
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PATA 2019 Summit | Webinar Recording
16 October 2019
The Children and AIDS Learning Collaborative is co-hosting daily webinars from the PATA 2019 Summit<http://www.teampata.org/> this week. The collaborative meeting brings together over 200 participants from 12 countries to share lessons and drive action to improve access to quality adolescent-friendly health services, including through the integration of HIV and sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) services and clinic-community collaboration. Watch the first webinar on integration below and tune in tomorrow for a discussion on inclusive strategies to reach all adolescent populations.


RECORDING
Day 1: #READY to Integrate HIV and SRHR Services
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In this webinar from the first day of the Summit, Alice Armstrong from UNICEF Regional Office for Eastern and Southern Africa provided an update on the HIV epidemic among adolescents with a focus on the progress made and priority actions in the region. Discussing examples of promising service delivery approaches, Mildmay Uganda's Violet Nabette presented a one-stop shop model of providing SRHR services to adolescents. Pumeza Runyi of Médecins Sans Frontières discussed the approach and impact of youth care clubs that integrate clinical and psychosocial care for adolescents. View the recording and selected Q&A<http://www.childrenandaids.org/PATA-2019-summit-day1-webinar>.

JOIN US TOMORROW
Day 2: #READY to Reach and Serve All

Join via Zoom<https://unicef.zoom.us/j/646222988>
17 October 2019
9:30AM New York | 3:30PM Johannesburg | 4:30PM Nairobi

Overview
The webinar from Day 2 will focus on strategies, policies and programmes to ensure stigma-free gender-sensitive services for the most marginalised young populations. The speakers will discuss unique challenges faced by young mothers living with HIV, the inclusion of boys and young men in HIV programming and the use of school models as a promising entry point to provide integrated HIV-SRHR services for all adolescents and young people.

Speakers

* Angelica Pino, Sonke Gender Justice, South Africa
* Najma Shaikh, Kheth'impilo, South Africa
* Nyasha Sithole, ATHENA Network, Zimbabwe

Find the topic and speakers for Day 3 in the full invite<http://childrenandaids.org/sites/default/files/2019-10/PATA-2019-Summit-Webinar-Invite.pdf>.
Call Details, 16­-18 October:

Join us on Zoom: https://unicef.zoom.us/j/646222988

Webinar ID: 646 222 988

To call in by phone:
Find a number based on your current location: https://zoom.us/u/awyJTcF39

Join by room system:
SIP: 646222988@zoomcrc.com<mailto:646222988@zoomcrc.com>
Follow the Conversation Online:

[Image]<https://twitter.com/hashtag/PATA2019Summit?src=hashtag_click>

@teamPATA<https://twitter.com/teampata?lang=en> | @READY_Movement<https://twitter.com/READY_Movement>[Image result for twitter icon]
#PATA2019Summit #READYTogether

[https://gallery.mailchimp.com/82682f0b9776eacd79feac406/images/05292c51-fccd-4529-8825-558899541abc.png]To learn more, visit www.teampata.org<http://www.teampata.org/>

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www.childrenandaids.org<http://www.childrenandaids.org/>


______________________
Carthi Mannikarottu
HIV and AIDS Section, Programme Division
United Nations Children's Fund
3 UN Plaza, New York NY 10017
212-824-6517 | cmannikarottu@unicef.org<mailto:cmannikarottu@unicef.org>
www.childrenandaids.org<http://www.childrenandaids.org/>

Reminder: Webinars on Adolescents, HIV and SRHR | Wed to Fri

3 months 1 week ago
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PATA 2019 Summit Webinars
16-18 October 2019


The Children and AIDS Learning Collaborative invites you to join live webinars from the PATA 2019 Summit<http://www.teampata.org/>, a collaborative meeting that will share lessons and drive action, service delivery improvements and accountability in safeguarding the rights of adolescents and young people to access quality adolescent-friendly health services that are responsive to their needs.
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WEBINAR DATES AND TIMES

16 October 2019
9:30AM New York (GMT-4)
3:30PM Johannesburg (GMT+2)
4:30PM Nairobi (GMT+3)

17 October 2019
9:30AM New York (GMT-4)
3:30PM Johannesburg (GMT+2)
4:30PM Nairobi (GMT+3)

18 October 2019
7:30AM New York (GMT-4)
1:30PM Johannesburg (GMT+2)
2:30PM Nairobi (GMT+3)

JOIN US
Day 1: #READY to Integrate HIV and SRHR Services


Join via Zoom<https://unicef.zoom.us/j/646222988>


Overview

This live webinar from Day 1 of the Summit will provide a regional update on adolescent HIV, progress and priorities and will discuss examples of adolescent service delivery models that are promising and scalable for HIV integration with sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) services. This includes the Mildmay Uganda model of providing adolescent SRHR services and the Médecins Sans Frontières youth care club model of integrating clinical and psychosocial care for adolescents.

Speakers

* Pumeza Runeyi, Médecins Sans Frontières, South Africa
* Dr Violet Nabette, Mildmay Uganda
* Alice Armstrong, UNICEF Regional Office for Eastern and Southern Africa

JOIN US
Day 2: #READY to Reach and
Serve All


Join via Zoom<https://unicef.zoom.us/j/646222988>


Overview
The live webinar from Day 2 will focus on strategies, policies and programmes to ensure stigma-free gender-sensitive services for the most marginalised young populations. The speakers will discuss unique challenges faced by young mothers living with HIV, the inclusion of boys and young men in HIV programming and the use of school models as a promising entry point to provide integrated HIV-SRHR services for all adolescents and young people.

Speakers

* Angelica Pino, Sonke Gender Justice, South Africa
* Najma Shaikh, Kheth'impilo, South Africa
* Nyasha Sithole, ATHENA Network, Zimbabwe

JOIN US
Day 3: #READY for Clinic-Community Collaboration


Join via Zoom<https://unicef.zoom.us/j/646222988>


Overview

The final webinar from Day 3 will discuss key takeaways from the Summit with a focus on the importance of community engagement and partnership. The speakers will highlight a partnership model for differentiated service delivery and the importance of health provider partnership with young people for self-management, the impact of meaningful engagement with youth networks and the role of clinic-community collaboration in HIV prevention.

Speakers

* Cedric Nininahazwe, Y+, South Africa
* Dr Immaculate Mutisya, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Kenya
* Jessica Rodrigues, AVAC, United States of America
Call Details, 16­-18 October:

Join us on Zoom: https://unicef.zoom.us/j/646222988

Webinar ID: 646 222 988
To call in by phone:
Find a number based on your current location: https://zoom.us/u/awyJTcF39
Join by room system:
SIP: 646222988@zoomcrc.com<mailto:646222988@zoomcrc.com>
Follow the conversation at @teamPATA<https://twitter.com/teampata?lang=en> and @unicef_aids<https://twitter.com/unicef_aids>. [Image result for twitter icon]
#PATA2019Summit #READYtogether

To learn more, visit www.teampata.org<http://www.teampata.org/> [https://gallery.mailchimp.com/82682f0b9776eacd79feac406/images/05292c51-fccd-4529-8825-558899541abc.png]

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www.childrenandaids.org<http://www.childrenandaids.org/>


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Carthi Mannikarottu
HIV and AIDS Section, Programme Division
United Nations Children's Fund
3 UN Plaza, New York NY 10017
212-824-6517 | cmannikarottu@unicef.org<mailto:cmannikarottu@unicef.org>
www.childrenandaids.org<http://www.childrenandaids.org/>

Attachments
Webinar PATA 2019 Summit - Day 1 (HIV-SRHR Integration).ics
Webinar PATA 2019 Summit - Day 2 (Reach All).ics
Webinar PATA 2019 Summit - Day 3 (Clinic-Community Collaboration).ics

Webinar Invite: PATA 2019 Summit on Adolescents, HIV and SRHR

3 months 2 weeks ago
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PATA 2019 Summit Webinars
16-18 October 2019


The Children and AIDS Learning Collaborative invites you to join live webinars from the PATA 2019 Summit<http://www.teampata.org/>, a collaborative meeting that will share lessons and drive action, service delivery improvements and accountability in safeguarding the rights of adolescents and young people to access quality adolescent-friendly health services that are responsive to their needs.
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WEBINAR DATES AND TIMES

16 October 2019
9:30AM New York (GMT-4)
3:30PM Johannesburg (GMT+2)
4:30PM Nairobi (GMT+3)

17 October 2019
9:30AM New York (GMT-4)
3:30PM Johannesburg (GMT+2)
4:30PM Nairobi (GMT+3)

18 October 2019
7:30AM New York (GMT-4)
1:30PM Johannesburg (GMT+2)
2:30PM Nairobi (GMT+3)


JOIN US
Day 1: #READY to Integrate HIV and SRHR Services


Join via Zoom<https://unicef.zoom.us/j/646222988>


Overview

This live webinar from Day 1 of the Summit will provide a regional update on adolescent HIV, progress and priorities and will discuss examples of adolescent service delivery models that are promising and scalable for HIV integration with sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) services. This includes the Mildmay Uganda model of providing adolescent SRHR services and the Médecins Sans Frontières youth care club model of integrating clinical and psychosocial care for adolescents.

Speakers

* Pumeza Runeyi, Médecins Sans Frontières, South Africa
* Dr Violet Nabette, Mildmay Uganda
* UNICEF Regional Office for Eastern and Southern Africa

JOIN US
Day 2: #READY to Reach and
Serve All


Join via Zoom<https://unicef.zoom.us/j/646222988>


Overview
The live webinar from Day 2 will focus on strategies, policies and programmes to ensure stigma-free gender-sensitive services for the most marginalised young populations. The speakers will discuss unique challenges faced by young mothers living with HIV, the inclusion of boys and young men in HIV programming and the use of school models as a promising entry point to provide integrated HIV-SRHR services for all adolescents and young people.

Speakers

* Angelica Pino, Sonke Gender Justice, South Africa
* Najma Shaikh, Kheth'impilo, South Africa
* Nyasha Sithole, ATHENA Network, Zimbabwe

JOIN US
Day 3: #READY for Clinic-Community Collaboration


Join via Zoom<https://unicef.zoom.us/j/646222988>


Overview

The final webinar from Day 3 will discuss key takeaways from the Summit with a focus on the importance of community engagement and partnership. The speakers will highlight a partnership model for differentiated service delivery and the importance of health provider partnership with young people for self-management, the impact of meaningful engagement with youth networks and the role of clinic-community collaboration in HIV prevention.

Speakers

* Cedric Nininahazwe, Y+, South Africa
* Dr Immaculate Mutisya, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, Kenya
* Jessica Rodrigues, AVAC, United States of America
Call Details, 16­-18 October:

Join us on Zoom: https://unicef.zoom.us/j/646222988

Webinar ID: 646 222 988
To call in by phone:
Find a number based on your current location: https://zoom.us/u/awyJTcF39
Join by room system:
SIP: 646222988@zoomcrc.com<mailto:646222988@zoomcrc.com>
Follow the conversation at @teamPATA<https://twitter.com/teampata?lang=en> and @unicef_aids<https://twitter.com/unicef_aids>. [Image result for twitter icon]
#PATA2019Summit #READYtogether

To learn more, visit www.teampata.org<http://www.teampata.org/> [https://gallery.mailchimp.com/82682f0b9776eacd79feac406/images/05292c51-fccd-4529-8825-558899541abc.png]

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www.childrenandaids.org<http://www.childrenandaids.org/>


Rikke Le Kirkegaard
Programme Specialist | HIV/AIDS
3 United Nations Plaza, New York, USA, 10017
Phone: +1 (929) 401-1682
Email: rlekirkegaard@unicef.org<mailto:rlekirkegaard@unicef.org>
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