Ciheb at ICASA 2021
The 21st International Conference on AIDS and Sexually Transmitted Infections in Africa (ICASA) will include in-person, virtual, and hybrid formats. Held on 6-11 December 2021 in Durban, South Africa, the conference will showcase the research and response across Africa to the AIDS epidemic. This year's conference, in particular, will highlight the challenges and progress made in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic. ICASA 2021 is bringing together researchers, clinicians, and other leaders from around the world who are helping to reach the end of the HIV/AIDS epidemic.
Ciheb is proud to be participating in ICASA 2021. Here are the ways we are contributing together with our partners. Learn more about the conference and register here.
Moderated Satellite Sessions
December 9 (5:30 AM - 6:20 AM - EDT) Satellite Symposia
Adaptive and resilient programming for long term sustainability
- Dr. Emilio Dirlikov, Health Service Branch Chief, CDC Uganda. CIRAS and the Nigeria ART Surge
- Dr. Emmah Momanyi, Senior Technical Advisor, Ciheb Kenya. Virtual Directly Observed Therapy
- Ms. Wame Jallow, Director of Global Programs and Advocacy, International Treatment Prepardeness Coalition, Botswana. Collision of Pandemics that Leave Communities Vulnerable
Moderator: Dr. Marie-Claude Lavoie, Assistant Professor, University of Maryland School of Medicine, Ciheb Director of Strategic Information and Evaluation
Leveraging Electronic Health Records and the National Data Repository for Implementation of Case-Based Surveillance: Lessons from Nigeria
Ibrahim Ahmed El-Imam, Alhassan Abdulkadir, Margaret Gberikon, Victor Ajor, Marie-Claude Lavoie, Taylor Lascko, Habib Omari, Celestine Buyu, Oluwasanmi Adedokun, Akudo Ikpeazu, Dauda Gwomson, Gabriel Ikwuolonu, Gregory Ashefor, Saidu Ishaq, Olugbenga Asaolu, Ibrahim Dalhatu, Ibrahim Jahun, Matthias Alagi, Mary Boyd, Sylvia Adebajo, Kristen Stafford