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MSM Forum, 2017

MSM Technical Forum: New Evidence on HIV Prevention in eastern and southern Africa
Johannesburg, March 27-29, 2017

 

The objective of the MSM Technical Forum was to review current approaches to MSM research, service provision and policy in a range of contexts. The forum provided a platform for leading experts in the region to discuss experience, best practices and models that can be used to scale up HIV prevention services.

 
Presentations

Background

  • Global experience in the economics and implementation of services for MSM: a World Bank perspective, Dr David Wilson, World Bank. pdf icon small Read…
  • Setting the scene: MSM and HIV in eastern and southern Africa, Dr Heidi van Rooyen, HSRC (South Africa). pdf icon small Read…
  • Prepping for PrEP, An introduction and overview of PrEP, Dr Kevin Rebe, Anova Health Institute. pdf icon small Read…
  • EHPSA’s approach to evidence-into-action, Josee Koch. pdf icon small Read…

Service delivery models and approaches

1. Best practice models in more challenging ESA landscapes

  • SHARP- Service delivery in a region with severe stigma, Gavin Reid International HIV/AIDS Alliance. pdf icon small Read…
  • ISHTAR, Kenya, how to grow a programme in resource-constrained settings, Peter Njane, pdf icon small Read…
  • IBU, Uganda – Linking social and biomedical support, Dennis Wamala, pdf icon small Read…

2. Addressing MSM health needs: the experience of the Anova Health Institute

  • Health4Men and Anova global programmes, Dr Andy Tucker. pdf icon small Read…
  • Innovations in outreach, David Motswagae. pdf icon small Read…
  • Yellow Dot Doctor, Prof James McIntyre. pdf icon small Read…

EHPSA Regional Research Fund presentations

  • Assessing the burden of STI’s among MSM, Dr Frederick Otieno, NRHS, Kenya, pdf icon small Read…
  • Understanding the HIV prevention needs for MSM and their partners in South Africa and Namibia, Dr Zaynab Essack, HSRC, South Africa. pdf icon small Read…
  • Targeted research advancing sexual health for men who have sex with men (TRANSFORM), Siyanda Tenza, WHRI, South Africa. pdf icon small Read…

MSM Technical Forum, Johannesburg, March 27-29

Participants at the MSM Technical Forum, Sunnyside Park Hotel, Johannesburg.
Participants at the MSM Technical Forum, Sunnyside Park Hotel, Johannesburg.
Participants at the MSM Technical Forum, Sunnyside Park Hotel, Johannesburg.
Dr Kevin Rebe, Anova Health Institute presenting on Prepping for PrEP.
Dr Kevin Rebe, Anova Health Institute, describes the current tools for HIV prevention for MSM.
Gavin Reid discusses the SHARP programme of the International HIV/AIDS Alliance.
Dr Andy Tucker, presenting on the Anova Health Institute’s Health4Men programme.
Prof James McIntyre shares feedback from private sector doctors in Anova’s Yellow Dot programme.
Dr Fred Otieno, NRHS, on research into burden of STIs in Kisumu, Kenya.
Panel discuss providing services for MSM in hostile environments, (left to right) Dennis Wamala, IBU, Uganda; Peter Njane, ISHTAR, Kenya; Gavin Reid, International HIV/AIDS Alliance.
Koch on EHPSA’s approach to evidence-into-action.
Participants: (left to right) Dr Zaynab Essack, HSRC; Ismelda Pietersen, Ministry of Health and Social Services, Nambia.
Participants: The Honourable Patricia Mwashingwele, Coalition of African Parliamentarians, Zambia.
Participants: Dr Pierre Somse, UNAIDS Regional Support Team, Eastern and Southern Africa.
Bongeka Makhanya, EHPSA, (left) and Diana Macauley, Sida (right) present an award to Blessing Madziyanike for the ‘two-minute audio response’.
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