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Adolescents, 2016

Adolescent Technical Forum
Cape Town, 19-20 September, 2016

The overall objective of the EHPSA-hosted technical forum, Adolescents and HIV Prevention, was to provide a platform for regional stakeholders to debate pertinent issues related to HIV prevention and adolescents in the eastern and southern Africa (ESA) region.

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Presentations

1. Expert Input

1.1 Ending the AIDS epidemic in eastern and southern Africa - Anurita Bains, Regional Adviser, UNICEF, ESA  ppt icon small   Read...

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1.2 Setting the scene: Drivers, barriers and innovations for prevention – Dr Sinead Delany-Moretlwe, Wits Reproductive Health &HIV Institute ppt icon small Read...

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1.3 Global AIDS Update 2016: Fast-Tracking the response in Eastern and Southern Africa – Focus on Adolescent Girls &Young Women – Dr Pierre Somse, UNAIDS, Deputy Regional Director, ESA pdf icon small    Read...

2. Critical Reviews

2.1 Social and behaviour change communication in an era of combination prevention, Dilhani Wijeyesekera - Manion Daniels   Read...
2.2 Disaggregating adolescent data - Kenzo Fry, Manion Daniels ppt icon small Read...

3. Research programmes

3.1 Uptake and acceptability of a combination HIV prevention package among young people in Zambia and South Africa. PopART for Youth (P-ART-Y) Study – Dr Kwame Shanaube, Zambart, Lusaka. ppt icon small Read...

3.2 Girl Power:Progress, Promising Results, and Policy Implications – Dr Nora Rosenberg, UNC, Liliongwe, Lusaka ppt icon small     Read...

3.3 Mzantsi Wakho: Social protection for HIV prevention among adolescents – Dr Rebecca Hodes, University of Cape Town/Oxford Universityppt icon small Read...
3.4 Strive to Empower – Jonathan Stadler, Wits Reproductive Health and HIV Institute ppt icon small Read...

Adolescent Technical Forum 2016

Participants at the Adolescent Technical Forum, Cape Town 19, 20 September 2016.
Participants at the Adolescent Technical Forum, Cape Town 19, 20 September 2016.
Participants at the Adolescent Technical Forum, Cape Town 19, 20 September 2016.
Dr Pierre Somse, UNAIDS, speaking on adolescent HIV prevention.
Consultant Dilhani Wijeyesekera eliciting feedback on her report on social and behaviour change communication.
The World Cafe, participants revisit the concept of combination prevention.
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Prof Linda-Gail Bekker, Desmond Tutu HIV Centre, UCT and IAS President, sums up the discussion.

 

Youth Voices

The final session of the symposium was presented  by seven youth HIV activists from across the region. They made pertinent points regarding the need for more youth involvement in research and programming for adolescent HIV prevention. Key points are captured in the webcast below.

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Youth Voices Panel, Adolescent Technical Forum, September 19-20, 2016

The group left to right. Zinzi Maweni, Vhuhwavho (Woo) Nevhungoni , Nomazizi Menze, Katleho Mosimanegape, Conrad Jani, Bongiwe Motsa, Lebogang Motsumi, Kagoyarona Kakanyo.
The group left to right. Zinzi Maweni, Vhuhwavho (Woo) Nevhungoni , Nomazizi Menze, Katleho Mosimanegape, Conrad Jani, Bongiwe Motsa, Lebogang Motsumi, Kagoyarona Kakanyo.
The group left to right. Zinzi Maweni, Vhuhwavho (Woo) Nevhungoni , Nomazizi Menze, Katleho Mosimanegape, Conrad Jani, Bongiwe Motsa, Lebogang Motsumi, Kagoyarona Kakanyo.
The moderators: Left, Lebogang Motsumi, South African HIV activist and ZAZI Ambassador. Right, Kagoyarona Kakanyo, HIV activist and face of Botswana’s national campaign against transactional sex.
Lebogang Motsumi briefing the group
Zindzi Maweni, Community Advisory Board, P-ART-Y research programme.
Vhuhwavho (Woo) Nevhungoni, scholar and HIV-positive activist from rural Limpopo, South Africa.
Nomazizi Menze, Community Advisory Board, P-ART-Y research programme.
Katleho Mosimanegape, Community Advisory Board, P-ART-Y research programme.
Conrad Jani, Research assistant, P-ART-Y, Zambia
Bongiwe Motsa, HIV and SRHR activist, Swaziland.

 

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