In addition to presenting at international conferences, members of the Manicaland Centre regularly attend or organise meetings to discuss opportunities and obstacles for HIV prevention, treatment, care and support of those affected. We believe that such meetings are crucial to engage with decision makers and to ensure that our experiences and findings make a real impact. Below are details of topics covered by members of the Manicaland Centre at International meetings.
'HIV Prevention Cascades: Stakeholder Consultation Meeting and Workshop' Meeting and workshop to develop and build consensus on generic models and methods for measuring HIV prevention cascades for use in population surveys. Held at the Bronte Hotel and the Biomedical Research and Training Institute, Harare, Zimbabwe, from July 31 to August 2, 2017.
'Manicaland Cash Transfer Trial: comparing different approaches for targeting cash transfers for OVC' Paper presented by Phyllis Mushati, Manicaland Project Research Fellow, at the Partnership for Child Development short course in Kilifi Kenya on 22nd June 2012. The short course full title is: SHN & HIV Prevention Programming Short Course.
'What are the responsibilities of the private sector to HIV-positive workers in Africa?' Meeting organised by Manicaland Centre members, taking place at the Alumni Theatre, London School of Economics, May 4, 2011, 18.30-20.00. For more details, click here