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Increasingly, national program planners and local implementers are being asked to not only implement activities in prevention or HIV testing, but to also ensure those who are HIV-positive are initiated in care and treatment and retained in those services for the long term. This requires a better understanding of clients’ access to and retention along the entire cascade of HIV prevention, care, and treatment services for strategic planning and funding allocation purposes. Expert panelists will share their methods and approaches to constructing KP cascades and ensuring use of the cascade data to improve KP programs.

10:15
SUSA0401
Welcome & Introductions
Hally Mahler, United States
10:25
SUSA0402
Opening Remarks
Tiffany Lillie, United States
10:30
SUSA0403
Joint Global Fund/PEPFAR Key Population HIV Cascade Assessments
Cameron Wolf, United States
Slides
10:42
SUSA0404
Swaziland's Experience of a Joint Global Fund/PERPFAR HIV Cascade Assessment to Improve the National Key Population Program
Sindy Matse, Swaziland
Slides
10:54
SUSA0405
Measurement and Reporting in Programmatic Coverage of Prevention Services for Key Populations Supported by the Global Fund
Ade Fakoya, Switzerland
Slides
11:06
SUSA0406
Building Better KP Cascades: Improving Data Collection and Integration to Quickly “Plug the Leaks” in Key Populations’ HIV Services
George Rutherford, United States
Slides
11:18
SUSA0407
Using routine data for cascade analysis in key populations: challenges and opportunities
Virginia MacDonald, Switzerland
Slides
11:30
SUSA0408
Discussion
12:05
SUSA0409
Closing Remarks
Keith Sabin, Switzerland