Event Date

May 14–May 17


The Meeting Targets and Maintaining Epidemic Control (EpiC) project is excited to participate in the International Conference on HIV Treatment, Pathogenesis, and Prevention Research (INTEREST) in Conotou, Benin, where our staff and partners will present innovative approaches and programmatic data on HIV prevention, care, and treatment. Join us!

Moderated by and with contributions from EpiC team members: HIV Prevention for Key and Vulnerable Populations
Wednesday, May 15, 2024 | 16:50—17:50 WAT
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Enhancing HIV case identification through strategic risk network referral among key and vulnerable populations
Thursday, May 16, 2024 | 12:01 WAT
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Poster viewing times vary

  • Key population’s preferences in initiating and continuing PrEP in community- or facility-based settings within three Sub-Saharan African countries
  • Key populations living with HIV show better viral suppression rates than general population: Analysis of routine program data across 24 EpiC-supported countries
  • Use of DHIS2 tracker individual line lists to facilitate a case management approach and improve HIV treatment continuity, viral load coverage, and suppression in Liberia
  • Treatment outcomes and care documentation: A quality improvement experience in Liberia
  • Virological characteristics of key populations living with HIV on DTG-based regimen in Liberia: A comparative analysis by period and population
  • Scale-up of decentralized drug distribution of antiretrovirals in Mozambique: Willingness and availability of private pharmacies
  • Using rapid service coverage and routine program data to understand access to/use of condoms and STI diagnosis among MSM and FSWs in Eswatini
  • Gender-based violence among women in Botswana: An ongoing threat to achieving HIV epidemic control
  • Results and cost of baseline serum creatinine testing among key and vulnerable populations: Analysis of routine oral PrEP program data in Tanzania