Event Date

Dec 4–Dec 9


The Meeting Targets and Maintaining Epidemic Control (EpiC) project is excited to participate in the 22nd International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa in Harare, Zimbabwe, and virtually, where our staff and partners will share innovative practices, new research, and programmatic evidence on HIV prevention, care, and treatment.

How we can provide dignified, diverse, equitable and inclusive services and reduce stigma and discrimination in the healthcare setting (Why do we need a renewed focus on S&D in the health sector)
Tuesday, December 5, 2023 |14:05–14:50 CAT |Sapphire
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Sustaining key populations programs and movements in Africa: A thought-provoking dialogue with African KP activists and organizations 
Friday, December 8, 2023 |15:05–15:50 CAT |Jacaranda 1 2 3
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Realizing the potential of HIV and STI service integration: expert consensus building workshop
Monday, December 4, 2023 |13:00–17:00 CAT | Bronte Hotel

Tuesday, Dec. 5–Friday, Dec. 8 | 11:30–11:50 & 15:50–16:10 CAT | Poster Exhibition Hall

  • Closing the pediatric HIV testing gap through entry point opportunities: EpiC project experience in Senegal
  • Contribution of Total Quality Leadership and Accountability approach toward achieving HIV goals in Sakania, Congo-Kinshasa
  • Comparative analysis of viral load suppression by differentiated service delivery models among children living with HIV in South-South Nigeria
  • Reaching the last mile among adults and children in South-South Nigeria through different HIV testing approaches


  • Improving ART uptake and retention for key populations through differentiated service delivery and integration of psychosocial support
  • Peer navigators help increase linkage and treatment continuity in Kilimanjaro, Tanzania
  • Adolescent girls and young women in mining and road construction are at risk of HIV infection: Lessons from Ruvuma, Tanzania