Event Date

Jun 27–Jun 29


The Meeting Targets and Maintaining Epidemic Control (EpiC) Project is excited to participate in the upcoming Asia-Pacific AIDS and Co-Infections Conference (APACC 2024), taking place from June 27-29 in Hong Kong, and virtually.  


  • Optimizing real-time data flow from community outreach to public facility HIV confirmatory testing and treatment for key population clients in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam


  • Comparative analysis of people living with HIV in Bishkek and Osh, Kyrgyzstan 
  • Introducing social and sexual network testing in the Philippines through pilot capacitation of HIV service delivery sites in greater Manila: A novel step in expanding HIV testing in the Philippines
  • Scaling-up index testing services through qualitative evaluation and capacity building for a non-profit organization for PLHIV in metro Manila, Philippines
  • Addressing treatment interruption among people living with HIV using a systematic monitoring tool piloted in Bacoor City, Philippines
  • Improving coverage of viral load testing through a referral system led by people living with HIV (PLHIV) in greater metro Manila (GMM), Philippines
  • Addressing the mental health needs of HIV program beneficiaries: Outcomes of two distinct screening approaches in public and private clinics in Vietnam
  • Bridging the gaps: Identification of capacity and financing needs to integrate and sustain community complementarity to the national HIV response in Vietnam
  • Enhancing motivational counseling training for HIV service providers in Vietnam ahead of national rollout: Insights into perceived applicability and barriers among trainees
  • Harmonizing a global vision with local action: safeguarding clients in HIV programming in Vietnam


  • Meeting 95-95-95 targets in Vietnam: An analysis of decreasing HIV prevalence in Quang Ninh Province over the last decade
  • Optimization of treatment outcomes using client segmentation: Differences between clients who missed and adhered to clinical appointments