Hannah Marqusee, USAID

USAID
Hannah is a Health Economics Advisor in the Health Finance and Economics Branch in USAID's Office of HIV/AIDS

Moderator Of 1 Session

Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
Children's Investment Fund Foundation
Room
Satellite Channel 4
Date
Sat, Jul 4, 2020
Time
11:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Session Description
The availability of self-testing through private sector channels is highly appealing to men, youth and others who may not be able to conveniently or privately access services in public sector facilities. This session will showcase innovative approaches to expanding access and generating demand for self-testing through private channels including programmes for adolescent girls to access testing for free, media campaigns targeting young men, and public-private partnerships with pharmacies to offer self-testing at low cost. The session will explore what approaches work, what challenges are preventing the private sector from scaling more rapidly, and what new opportunities are on the horizon.

Presenter Of 2 Presentations

E-Posters

PEE1349 - Achieving sustained epidemic control for HIV/AIDS: Lessons learned from the Sustainable Financing Initiative

Session Name
E-posters Track E
Room
Poster Channel - Track E
E-Posters

PEE1638 - Expanding access to HIV care and treatment through decentralized drug distribution in the private sector

Session Name
E-posters Track E
Room
Poster Channel - Track E

Presenter Of 5 Presentations

Non-Commercial Satellite

Introduction

Non-Commercial Satellite
E-Posters

Achieving sustained epidemic control for HIV/AIDS: Lessons learned from the Sustainable Financing Initiative

Session Name
E-posters Track E
Room
Poster Channel - Track E
E-Posters

Expanding access to HIV care and treatment through decentralized drug distribution in the private sector

Session Name
E-posters Track E
Room
Poster Channel - Track E

Moderator Of 1 Session

Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
Children's Investment Fund Foundation
Room
Satellite Channel 4
Session Description
The availability of self-testing through private sector channels is highly appealing to men, youth and others who may not be able to conveniently or privately access services in public sector facilities. This session will showcase innovative approaches to expanding access and generating demand for self-testing through private channels including programmes for adolescent girls to access testing for free, media campaigns targeting young men, and public-private partnerships with pharmacies to offer self-testing at low cost. The session will explore what approaches work, what challenges are preventing the private sector from scaling more rapidly, and what new opportunities are on the horizon.