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Whilst significant advances have been made towards the aspirational 90:90:90 targets set by UNAIDS, it is crucially important to understand where the gaps lie, what the challenges are in filling those gaps, and the successful approaches that can be used to address those challenges. This understanding will help guide programmes as they seek to get closer to the targets and bring the global HIV epidemic under control. HPTN 071 (PopART) is the largest cluster randomised trial investigating the impact of a community-wide household combination HIV prevention package, involving universal testing and treatment (UTT), on HIV incidence. The total size of the study communities is around 1 million people, across 21 high HIV prevalence, urban, highly mobile populations in Zambia and South Africa. All the elements of the prevention package are provided in close partnership with the national Ministries/Departments of Health, and HIV treatment is provided through routine government clinics.

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WESA0101
Have We Reached the 90-90-90 Targets After Two Years of the PopART Intervention?
Richard John Hayes, London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom
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07:10
WESA0102
Getting to the Second 90 in Adolescent HIV: What is Needed?
Kwame Shanaube, ZAMBART Project, Zambia
Slides
07:20
WESA0103
Understanding Time Needed to Link to Care and Start ART
Janet Seeley, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom
Slides
07:30
WESA0104
HIV-Related Stigma in the Context of UTT: Parallel Analysis of Data from PLWH, Community Members and Health Workers
James Hargreaves, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, United Kingdom
07:40
WESA0105
The Community HIV Care Provider (CHiP) Service: How Much Does It Cost?
Katharina Hauck, Imperial College London, United Kingdom
07:50
WESA0106
Modelling Potential Effects of the Intervention: Every Individual Matters
Will Probert, University of Oxford, United Kingdom