Events and Webinars

Search Past Events & Webinars



Past Events

showing 1-10 of 389

It’s Not Just about the Trial: GPP from discovery to delivery in TB research

GPP enhances every stage of the research lifecycle. In this webinar, our partners at TB Alliance, SMART4TB, and THINK will shared experiences, lessons learned, and innovative approaches in integrating GPP at the organizational, network and...

June 12, 2024


Lab to the Jab: Lessons learned and what’s next in HIV vaccine research

AVAC’s issue briefs, From Lab to Jab, cover the barriers to, and solutions for equitable access to vaccines in low- and middle-income countries. During this webinar, an expert panel discussed lessons learned, an international initiative for...

Prevention Option:

June 3, 2024


What’s Next for the Pandemic Accord? A civil society and communities perspective

13:30-15:00PM Geneva Time This side event featured expert panelists discussing what’s promising in the Pandemic Accord, what we expect from governments, and what’s missing for successful implementation. Selected panelists came from different...

May 28, 2024


PrEP and the Role of HIV Self-Testing

HIV self-testing (HIVST) is a safe, accurate, and effective alternative to provider-administered testing that many users prefer for its convenience and confidentiality. At IAS 2023, WHO issued a new recommendation to offer HIVST for PrEP initiation...

Prevention Option:

May 23, 2024


Using the COMPASS Campaign Advocacy Assessment Tool (C-CAAT) to assess the effectiveness of advocacy campaigns

This webinar is for all COMPASS coalition members, partners, stakeholders and individuals taking on advocacy in various fields. By the end of the webinar participants are expected to have; improved capacity on how to reflect on advocacy outcomes...

Prevention Option:

May 23, 2024


HIV, Viral Hepatitis and Sexually Transmitted Infections: Progress and gaps

13:00 – 14:30 CEST PM Please join this webinar being held in the run up to the 77th World Health Assembly. The World Health Organization (WHO) will launch a publication, which describes progress and gaps identified during the first two years of...

Prevention Option:

May 21, 2024


Just What is Discovery Medicine? And What Does it Mean for HIV Vaccine Research?

Participants joined to gain a broad understanding of Discovery Medicine including an overview of the current landscape for HIV vaccines. We also discussed what it means for HIV vaccine research and development moving forward, with a focus on...

Prevention Option:

May 16, 2024


Analysis & Impact of the Ugandan Constitutional Court Ruling on HIV Services

Please join us for a deep dive into the recent ruling on the Anti-Homosexuality Act by the Ugandan Constitutional Court, with a focus on implications for HIV programs in Uganda and beyond, and connections to the US Supreme Court Dodds decision....

May 2, 2024


We Can’t End HIV in the United States Without Equitable PrEP Access: Strategies for success

A collaboration between HIVMA, PrEP4All and The Choice Agenda, this webinar assessed some of the key challenges to delivering PrEP in the United States equitably, including cost, the complexities of our health care system,...

Prevention Option:

April 26, 2024


The Importance of HPV Vaccination Among People Living with HIV

HPV vaccination prevents 6 types of cancer and genital warts, including cervical cancer. Women living with HIV are up to six times more likely to develop invasive cervical cancer than their HIV-negative peers, but HPV immunization rates among this...

April 25, 2024


showing 1-10 of 389