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New guidelines have markedly increased the number of people living with HIV (PLHIV) eligible for treatment, straining the capacity of health systems in low-resource settings. In response, differentiated service delivery (DSD) has been developed to improve the quality and efficiency of HIV programs. Moving away from a “one size fits all” model, DSD tailors HIV services for diverse groups of PLHIV while maintaining the principles of the public health approach.

As countries take DSD to scale, there are important opportunities for joint learning. The HIV Coverage, Quality and Impact Network (CQUIN) coordinated by ICAP at Columbia University brings countries together to share DSD innovations and to work together towards sustainable high quality HIV programmes.

This satellite will convene experts from MOH, implementing partners, civil society, donors and other stakeholders to share innovations in differentiated service delivery via an interactive panel format. (Dinner will also be served)

17:00
SUSA2301
Welcome
Wafaa El-Sadr, United States
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17:10
SUSA2302
Introduction and framing remarks
Tsitsi Apollo, Zimbabwe
Bactrin Killingo, Kenya
17:20
SUSA2303
The CQUIIN Learning Network
Peter Preko, Swaziland
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17:30
SUSA2304
DSD for individuals at high risk of HIV disease progression
Maureen Syowai, Kenya
Slides
17:40
SUSA2305
Q&A
17:50
SUSA2306
"Differentiated M&E": Monitoring and evaluation of differentiated service delivery
William Reidy, United States
Slides
18:00
SUSA2307
Community Antiretroviral Groups (CAGs) in Mozambique: What's new? What's next?
Aleny Couto, Mozambique
18:10
SUSA2308
DSD for individuals with both HIV and NCDs
Nomthandazo Lukhele, Swaziland
Slides
18:20
SUSA2309
Q&A
18:35
SUSA2310
The view from civil society: community response
George Ayala, United States
Slides
18:50
SUSA2311
Closing remarks
Tsitsi Apollo, Zimbabwe
Bactrin Killingo, Kenya