Imelda Mahaka, Pangaea Zimbabwe AIDS Trust

Pangaea Zimbabwe AIDS Trust

Presenter Of 4 Presentations

Non-Commercial Satellite

Introduction to the film Modern ART

Organizer
Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), African Community Advisory Board (AfroCAB), HIV i-Base and UNITAID
Room
Satellite Channel 1
Non-Commercial Satellite

Community preferences, major concerns and ideal characteristics of long-acting products

Organizer
The Medicines Patent Pool (MPP); Unitaid; World Health Organization (WHO)
Room
Satellite Channel 3

Moderator Of 1 Session

Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), African Community Advisory Board (AfroCAB), HIV i-Base and UNITAID
Room
Satellite Channel 1
Date
Thu, Jul 9, 2020
Time
09:00 AM - 09:45 AM
Session Description

Unitaid actively supports the HIV community as a vital component of its grants.This satellite will present some of the work associated with Unitaid-funded antiretroviral therapy (ART) optimisation trials and associated projects. Activists, researchers and policy-makers will describe how the community has: Supported clinical trials with recruitment and patient information responded to emerging data associated with current priority antiretrovirals, such as the signal for elevated prevalence of neural tube defects and risk of weight gain and metabolic disorders. Trained activists in treatment literacy and advocacy. Key partners include: AfroCAB; CHAI; Ezintsha, Wits RHI; HIV i-Base; and WHO

Moderator Of 1 Session

Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), African Community Advisory Board (AfroCAB), HIV i-Base and UNITAID
Room
Satellite - On-demand Channel
Session Description
The 30-minute film will incorporate a series of interviews, “live action” clips, (demonstrating training methodology), stills of our new website and App with narration throughout. We will show how our work has supported community engagement with science, the roll out of new antiretrovirals and the understanding of benefits and risks of ART in the community. Interviewees and participants will include: TAC treatment literacy trainers; AfroCAB members; key researchers on ART optimisation studies and colleagues from other partner organisations, such as WHO and CHAI, for which community engagement is also critical. Format as follows: Introduction – 2 minutes Film showing and explaining the different materials by treatment activists – 5 minutes Interview with researchers on ART optimisation studies – 5 minutes Interview with WHO representative – 5 minutes Interview with a partner organization in Zimbabwe – 5 minutes Film demonstrating training methodology by treatment activists in South Africa – 5 minutes Concluding remarks - 3 minutes

Presenter Of 4 Presentations

Non-Commercial Satellite

Introduction to the film Modern ART

Organizer
Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), African Community Advisory Board (AfroCAB), HIV i-Base and UNITAID
Room
Satellite Channel 1
Non-Commercial Satellite

Community preferences, major concerns and ideal characteristics of long-acting products

Organizer
The Medicines Patent Pool (MPP); Unitaid; World Health Organization (WHO)
Room
Satellite Channel 3

Moderator Of 2 Sessions

Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), African Community Advisory Board (AfroCAB), HIV i-Base and UNITAID
Room
Satellite - On-demand Channel
Session Description
The 30-minute film will incorporate a series of interviews, “live action” clips, (demonstrating training methodology), stills of our new website and App with narration throughout. We will show how our work has supported community engagement with science, the roll out of new antiretrovirals and the understanding of benefits and risks of ART in the community. Interviewees and participants will include: TAC treatment literacy trainers; AfroCAB members; key researchers on ART optimisation studies and colleagues from other partner organisations, such as WHO and CHAI, for which community engagement is also critical. Format as follows: Introduction – 2 minutes Film showing and explaining the different materials by treatment activists – 5 minutes Interview with researchers on ART optimisation studies – 5 minutes Interview with WHO representative – 5 minutes Interview with a partner organization in Zimbabwe – 5 minutes Film demonstrating training methodology by treatment activists in South Africa – 5 minutes Concluding remarks - 3 minutes
Non-Commercial Satellite
Organizer
Treatment Action Campaign (TAC), African Community Advisory Board (AfroCAB), HIV i-Base and UNITAID
Room
Satellite Channel 1
Session Description

Unitaid actively supports the HIV community as a vital component of its grants.This satellite will present some of the work associated with Unitaid-funded antiretroviral therapy (ART) optimisation trials and associated projects. Activists, researchers and policy-makers will describe how the community has: Supported clinical trials with recruitment and patient information responded to emerging data associated with current priority antiretrovirals, such as the signal for elevated prevalence of neural tube defects and risk of weight gain and metabolic disorders. Trained activists in treatment literacy and advocacy. Key partners include: AfroCAB; CHAI; Ezintsha, Wits RHI; HIV i-Base; and WHO