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In the era of “treat all”, the implementation of differentiated service delivery models across the HIV cascade will be critical to reaching the 90-90-90 targets. Join us at this satellite to hear more from countries about their experiences of differentiated care. Ministries of health representatives from Ghana, Rwanda, South Africa and Tanzania will discuss how differentiated care is reshaping national HIV programmes. A panel of representatives from global normative agencies, PLHIV networks, civil society and implementers will also discuss the policy, implementation and research priorities for differentiated care going forward. The session has been developed for programme managers, service providers, researchers, policymakers, implementers, and participants will gain an understanding of differentiated service delivery policy, programming and implementation. New materials on differentiated care will be launched at this session, including key considerations, a ‘how-to’ guide and a JIAS supplement. Refreshments will be provided.

12:30
SUSA1001
Opening welcome
Shanine Mushonga, Zimbabwe
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12:40
SUSA1002
Country progress and perspectives
Yogan Pillay, South Africa
Sabin Nsanzimana, Rwanda
Stephen Ayisi, Ghana
Aneth Rwebembera, United Republic of Tanzania
13:30
SUSA1003
Differentiated ART delivery for specific populations
Nathan Ford, Switzerland
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13:40
SUSA1004
The Decision Framework for ART delivery for children, adolescents and pregnant and breastfeeding women
Lynne Wilkinson, South Africa
Slides
13:50
SUSA1005
Demand creation for differentiated care
Bactrin Killingo, Kenya
14:00
SUSA1006
The role of civil society in differentiated care
George Ayala, United States
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14:10
SUSA1007
What’s ahead on the differentiated care agenda
Tom Ellman, South Africa
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14:20
SUSA1008
Closing comments
Peter Ehrenkranz, United States
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