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Wednesday, February 10 • 11:30 - 13:00
Refining the Focus for HIV

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  • Mohammed Umer Mir: Evaluating The Differential Effectiveness of the Onelove Campaign in Changing HIV Risk Behaviors among Migrant Men in Southern Africa
  • Heng Saly: Research on Specific Branded Program for Transgender Woman 
  • Haydee Lemus: Risk and Resilience: New Perspectives for HIV Prevention among MSM/TW In Central America
  • Rajendran Jeevanandham: Reducing Stigma and Improving Knowledge about HIV/AIDS Adherence through Cable Radio and Role Plays  
  • Lusanda Mahlasela/Brenda Goldblatt: Men’s Health-Seeking Behaviour and Its Influence on Uptake of Antiretroviral Treatment


Beth Deutsch

USAID Malawi


Brenda Goldblatt

Centre for Communication Impact
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Saly Heng

Technical Officer, MSM and TG, FHI 360 Cambodia
MSM and TG program as well as HIV among MSM and TG in Cambodia.
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Haydee Lemus

Communications Manager, Pan American Social Marketing Organization/Population Services International
Communications Manager at PASMO/Guatemala, a member of PSI, where is responsible for the social and behavior change communication (SBCC) component of a sexual and reproductive health flagship program implemented in rural Guatemala. Haydee has experience in strategic health communication... Read More →
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Lusanda Nomaswazi Mahlasela

Director: Research, Monitoring and Evaluation, Centre for Communication Impact
HIV prevention. Women and girls. Men and boys. Medical male circumcision. HIV testing and counselling. Research. Campaign development and implementation. Programme monitoring and evaluation.
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Mohammed Umer Mir

Doctoral Candidate, Tulane University School of Public Health

Wednesday February 10, 2016 11:30 - 13:00 EAT
Conference Room 5 United Nations Conference Centre