Wrapping Up ICAAP11 (November 22, 2013, Bangkok, Thailand)

Today concludes the 11th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP 11) in Bangkok, Thailand. Alliance India is wrapping up our participation in the meeting with two sessions focused on the sexual and reproductive health (SRH) of people living with HIV (PLHIV) and a closing press conference on building the capacity of MSM and transgender organisations to partner with government to improve HIV prevention. Don’t miss this last opportunity: please join us!

Skills Building Workshop:

  • Beyond My Infection: A workshop to build capacities of PLHIV and Key Populations as advocates on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR)

        Friday, November 22, 10:00am-1:00pm, Hall O, QSNCC

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Poster Discussion:

  • Cervical Cancer Awareness in Women Living with HIV: Findings from the Koshish Baseline in India

        Friday, November 22, 12:45-1:45pm, Plaza, QSNCC

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Press Conference:

  • Building capacity of MSM & TG CBOs to partner with Government HIV prevention interventions in India

        Friday, November 22, 2-3pm, Press Conference Room, QSNCC

Please download our roadmap of sessions at ICAAP that include Alliance India team members or discussions of our work. It includes a full list of our 31 posters describing our responses to a range of key priorities in India’s epidemic. Please also visit our Community Booth (#C3) to learn more about our work.

Five Priorities: Alliance India at ICAAP (November 20, 2013, Bangkok, Thailand)

India HIV/AIDS Alliance puts particular emphasis on five priority populations: men who have sex with men: transgenders & hijras; sex workers; people who inject drugs; and people living with HIV. Today at the 11th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP 11) in Bangkok, Thailand, we have five sessions that showcase some of our work with key populations. If you are attending, please join us.

Skills Building Workshops:

Me and My Partner’ – A Community-Based Skill Building Training on Positive Prevention for Key Populations

Nov. 20, 1:15-4:15pm, Hall P

Workshop1Equal Access/Equal Rights: Empowering Transgender Communities through Advocacy, Mobilization, and Capacity Building under the Pehchan Program

Nov. 20, 4:15-7:15 pm, Hall K

Workshop2Oral Presentations:

  • Reaching the Hard-to-Reach: Engagement & Facilitation as Research Strategies with Sexual Minorities: Nov. 20, 3:45-5:15pm, Hall H
  • Building Capacity of MSM & TG CBOs to Partner with Government HIV Prevention Interventions in India: Nov. 20, 3:45-5:15pm, Hall H

Press Conference:

  • Engagement & Facilitation as Research Strategies with Sexual Minorities: Nov. 20, 2-3pm, Press Conference Room

Please download our roadmap of sessions at ICAAP that include Alliance India team members or discussions of our work. It includes a full list of our 31 posters describing our responses to a range of key priorities in India’s epidemic. Please also visit our Community Booth (#C3) to learn more about our work.

“11 for ICAAP 11”: A Selection of Alliance India Posters at ICAAP (November 17-22, 2013, Bangkok, Thailand)

Alliance India is presenting a total of 31 posters at the 11th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP 11) in Bangkok, Thailand, 17-22 November 2013. To mark the 11th ICAAP, below are a selection of 11 of our posters displayed in Bangkok that detail our work supporting community-based programming for people living with HIV (PLHIV), men who have sex with men (MSM), transgenders, hijras, sex workers and people who inject drugs (PWID), all key priorities to addressing India’s complex epidemic.

Paving the Pathway: PLHIV community consultations enhance national care and support programme in India

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Factors Influencing SRH Service Uptake by PLHIV: Findings from the Koshish baseline study in India  

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An Emergent Crisis: Addressing the Hepatitis C Epidemic in People Who Inject Drugs (PWID) in India

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By the Community, For the Community: Involving PWID in Assessment of Drug-using Patterns Assessments

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Identifying Access Barriers for Transgenders Seeking Gender Transition Services in India

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Community-led Advocacy to Address SRH Needs of PLHIV: Experience from the Koshish programme in India

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Service without a Smile: Pehchan study of the friendliness of HIV services to sexual minorities in India

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Positive Rights and Sexual Health: A review of SRH laws and policies for PLHIV in India

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Tracking Organisational Development of Sexual Minority CBOs in India Using Pehchan’s ‘CBO CyclePoster_Page_10

Power in Our Hands: Increasing involvement by sexual minorities in HIV programme oversight in India 

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Promoting Entrepreneurship among Sex Workers to Reduce HIV Vulnerability in Andhra Pradesh

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Alliance India at ICAAP 11 (November 17-22, 2013, Bangkok, Thailand)

Blog2India HIV/AIDS Alliance is excited to be part of ICAAP 11. You are warmly invited to attend our sessions and learn more about our work in India to improve the AIDS response for communities most affected by the epidemic, including MSM, transgenders and hijras; female sex workers; people who inject drugs, and PLHV from all demographics.

Alliance India staff, board members and representatives from our partner organisations will participate in a range of sessions including pre-conference meetings, skills building workshops, oral presentations, poster exhibits and press conferences.

Please download our roadmap of sessions at ICAAP that include Alliance India team members or discussions of our work. It includes a full list of our 31 posters describing our responses to a range of key priorities in India’s epidemic. Please also visit our Community Booth (#C3) to learn more about our work.

The conference takes place at the Queen Sirikit National Convention Centre (QSNCC) from November 17-22 in Bangkok, Thailand.

APCOM Pre-Conference on MSM and Transgender Issues in Asia and the Pacific

– FOREPLAY: The Final Push Toward the Three Zeroes: Nov. 17, 8.30am–5.30pm, QSNCC

Community Forum

 – Nov. 18, 8.30am–5.00pm, QSNCC

Community Booth & Marketplace

 – Alliance India Community Booth (#C3): Nov. 19: 4-7pm; Nov. 20-21: 9 am-9pm; Nov. 22: 9am-3pm. Zone CG

Oral Presentations

– Reaching the Hard-to-Reach: Engagement & Facilitation as Research Strategies with Sexual Minorities: Nov. 20, 3:45-5:15pm, Hall H

– Building Capacity of MSM & TG CBOs to Partner with Government HIV Prevention Interventions in India: Nov. 20, 3:45-5:15pm, Hall H

Poster Discussion

 – Cervical Cancer Awareness in Women Living with HIV: Findings from the Koshish Baseline in India: Nov. 22, 12:45-1:45pm, Plaza

Skills Building Workshops

– Me and My Partner’ – A Community-Based Skill Building Training on Positive Prevention for Key Populations: Nov. 20, 1:15-4:15pm, Hall P

– Equal Access/Equal Rights: Empowering transgender communities through advocacy, mobilization, and capacity building under the Pehchan program: Nov. 20, 4:15-7:15 pm, Hall K

– Strengthening Community Systems for MSM, Transgender and Hijra Populations in India: The Pehchan Training Curriculum in Action: Nov. 21, 4:15-7:15pm, Hall O

– Beyond My Infection: A workshop to build capacities of PLHIV and Key Populations as advocates on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR): Nov. 22, 10am-1pm, Hall O

 Press Conferences

 – Engagement & Facilitation as Research Strategies with Sexual Minorities: Nov. 20, 2-3pm, Press Conference Room

– Building capacity of MSM & TG CBOs to partner with Government HIV prevention interventions in India: Nov. 22, 2-3pm, Press Conference Room

We’ll update Facebook, Twitter and our blog every day with details of our activities, including documents to view online or download. We look forward to connecting with you at ICAAP in Bangkok!

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