Appendix C
Workshop Agendas

MEETING 1 WORKSHOP AGENDA


ENVISIONING A STRATEGY TO PREPARE FOR THE LONG-TERM BURDEN OF HIV/AIDS: AFRICAN NEEDS AND U.S. INTERESTS


FEBRUARY 34, 2010 MEETING AGENDA

The Institute of Medicine of the National Academies

Keck Center

500 Fifth Street, N.W.

Washington, DC 20001


WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2010

Room 110


SESSION 1
—CLOSED

IOM COMMITTEE PROCESS AND CHARGE TO COMMITTEE


MEETING OPENS TO PUBLIC

11:45 am–12:20 pm Sponsor Comments

  • Jacob Gayle, Ford Foundation, by phone

  • Elaine Gallin, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation

  • Scott Ratzan, Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc.



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Appendix C Workshop Agendas MEETING 1 WORKSHOP AGENDA ENVISIONING A STRATEGY TO PREPARE FOR THE LONG-TERM BURDEN OF HIV/AIDS: AFRICAN NEEDS AND U.S. INTERESTS FEBRUARY 3−4, 2010 MEETING AGENDA The Institute of Medicine of the National Academies Keck Center 500 Fifth Street, N.W. Washington, DC 20001 WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 2010 Room 110 SESSION 1—CLOSED IOM COMMITTEE PROCESS AND CHARGE TO COMMITTEE MEETING OPENS TO PUBLIC 11:45 am–12:20 pm Sponsor Comments • Jacob Gayle, Ford Foundation, by phone • Elaine Gallin, Doris Duke Charitable Foundation • Scott Ratzan, Johnson & Johnson Services, Inc. 199

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200 PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE OF HIV/AIDS IN AFRICA SESSION 2—OPEN STATEMENT OF TASK #1: PROJECTED HIV/AIDS INCIDENCE Statement of Task #1: A decade from now (2018) what is the best projection for the global incidence and burden of HIV/AIDS and its demographic and geographic distribution? What is the sensitivity of these projections to assumptions concerning the prevention of HIV infection? Moderators: Geoff Garnett and Mead Over 12:20 pm–12:35 pm Projections of Global HIV/AIDS Epidemiology Geoff Garnett, Imperial College London 12:35 pm–12:50 pm Projections of Global HIV/AIDS Epidemiology Leigh Johnson, University of Cape Town, by video conference 12:50 pm–1:05 pm Projections of Global HIV/AIDS Financing Needs Lori Bollinger, Futures Institute 1:05 pm–1:35 pm Moderated Question and Answer Session 1:35 pm–1:45 pm Break SESSION 3—OPEN STATEMENT OF TASK #2: WHAT ARE THE U.S. AND OTHER STAKEHOLDERS’ INTERESTS? Statement of Task #2: What are the long-term human resource and institutional implications of the projected global HIV infection prevalence on U.S. health, economic, diplomatic, industrial, scientific, academic, and other interests? Moderators: Jennifer Cooke and Salim Karim 1:45 pm–2:00 pm U.S. Foreign Policy Perspective Princeton Lyman, Council on Foreign Relations 2:00 pm–2:15 pm Private Sector Perspective Jeff Sturchio, Global Health Council

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201 APPENDIX C 2:15 pm–2:30 pm Research/Academic Perspective Neal Nathanson, University of Pennsylvania 2:30 pm–2:45 pm Security Perspective Steve Morrison, Center for Strategic and International Studies 2:45 pm–3:15 pm Moderated Question and Answer Session 3:15 pm–3:25 pm Break SESSION 4—OPEN STATEMENT OF TASK #4: ORGANIZATIONAL STRATEGIES TO BUILD LONG-TERM CAPACITY Statement of Task #4: What should be the strategies for the United States to develop now in order to ensure domestic and international capacities for highly effective HIV prevention, treatment, and care efforts in the 2018–2023 time frame? What structures, systems, and professions would be necessary to implement these strategies? Moderators: Francis Omaswa, Carmen Portillo, and Marla Salmon 3:25 pm–3:40 pm UNAIDS Strategy David Wilson, UNAIDS 3:40 pm–3:55 pm PEPFAR Strategy Joan Holloway, Office of the U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator 3:55 pm–4:10 pm U.S. State Department Strategy Sue K. Brown, State Department 4:10 pm–4:25 pm World Bank Strategy David Wilson, World Bank 4:25 pm–5:00 pm Moderated Question and Answer Session 5:00 pm Adjourn for the Day

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202 PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE OF HIV/AIDS IN AFRICA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 2010 Room 206 SESSION 5 AND 6—CLOSED REACTIONS TO PRESENTATIONS; DRAFT CONCLUSIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS SESSION 7—OPEN REVISITING STATEMENT OF TASK #4: SPECIFIC STRATEGIES TO BUILD LONG-TERM CAPACITY Statement of Task #4: What should be the strategies for the United States to develop now in order to ensure domestic and international capacities for highly effective HIV prevention, treatment, and care efforts in the 2018–2023 time frame? What structures, systems, and professions would be necessary to implement these strategies? Moderators: Francis Omaswa, Carmen Portillo, and Marla Salmon 1:15 pm–1:25 pm Educational Collaboratives Kathy Cahill, Cahill, Davila and Associates 1:25 pm–1:35 pm Informatics Patti Abbott, Johns Hopkins University 1:35 pm–1:45 pm Academic Partnership, Electronic Health Records Robert Einterz, Indiana University 1:45 pm–1:55 pm Strategies for NGOs to Build HIV/AIDS Capacity in Africa Leslie Mancuso, JHPIEGO 1:55 pm–2:45 pm Moderated Question and Answer Session

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203 APPENDIX C 2:45 pm–3:00 pm Break SESSION 8 AND 9—CLOSED REACTIONS TO PRESENTATIONS AND PLAN MEETING 2 5:15 pm–5:30 pm Wrap up and Adjourn MEETING 2 WORKSHOP AGENDA ENVISIONING A STRATEGY TO PREPARE FOR THE LONG-TERM BURDEN OF HIV/AIDS: AFRICAN NEEDS AND U.S. INTERESTS APRIL 12–13, 2010 WORKSHOP AGENDA Council for Scientific and Industrial Research (CSIR) Convention Centre Ruby Auditorium Meiring Naude Road, Brummeria Pretoria, South Africa MONDAY, APRIL 12, 2010 WELCOME Meeting Co-Chairs: David Serwadda, Makerere University Tom Quinn, U.S. National Institutes of Health and Johns Hopkins University 8:30 am–8:35 am Welcome from Host Robin Crewe, Academy of Science of South Africa 8:35 am–8:45 am Welcome from Sponsor Jacob Gayle, Ford Foundation 8:45 am–9:00 am Summary of U.S. Meeting 1 and Status of IOM Committee Tom Quinn and David Serwadda, Committee Co-Chairs SESSION 1: THE IMPACT OF HIV/AIDS IN AFRICA Session Moderator: David Serwadda, Committee Co-Chair

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204 PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE OF HIV/AIDS IN AFRICA 9:00 am–9:15 am The Impact of HIV/AIDS on African Governments and Society Papa Salif Sow, University of Dakar 9:30 am–9:45 am Projecting the HIV/AIDS Burden in 2020 and Beyond Brian Williams, South African Centre for Epidemiological Modeling and Analysis 9:45 am–10:00 am Break SESSION 2: COUNTRY PERSPECTIVES IN PLANNING FOR HIV/AIDS Session Moderator: Jessica Price, Committee Member 10:00 am–10:10 am Strong Ministries for Strong Health Systems Francis Omaswa, African Centre for Global Health and Social Transformation 10:10 pm–10:15 am Opening Statement Stephen Mallinga, Ministry of Health, Uganda 10:15 am–10:20 am Opening Statement Celicia Serenata, National AIDS Council, South Africa 10:25 am–10:30 am Opening Statement Joana Mangueira, National AIDS Council, Mozambique 10:30 am–12:00 pm Moderated Roundtable Discussion 12:00 pm–1:00 pm Lunch SESSION 3: GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES IN PLANNING FOR HIV/AIDS Session Moderator: Tom Quinn, Committee Co-Chair Eric Goosby, U.S. Office of Global AIDS Coordinator, 1:00 pm–1:15 pm by video conference Mbulawa Mugabe, UNAIDS Regional Office 1:15 pm–1:30 pm

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205 APPENDIX C 1:45 pm–2:45 pm Moderated Panel Discussion 2:45 pm–3:00 pm Break SESSION 4: ETHICAL IMPLICATIONS OF THE HIV/AIDS EPIDEMIC Session Moderator: Ames Dhai, Committee Member 3:00 pm–3:20 pm Building African Capacity to Assure Long-Term Procedural Justice in Situations of Scarce Resource Allocation Mark Heywood, AIDS Law Project 3:20 pm–3:40 pm Global Responsibilities: African Response Elizabeth Bukusi, Kenya Medical Research Institute 3:40 pm–4:00 pm Global Responsibilities: Western Response Devi Sridhar, Oxford University 4:00 pm–5:00 pm Moderated Panel Discussion 5:00 pm–7:00 pm Reception for Committee, Speakers, and All Workshop Attendees TUESDAY, APRIL 13, 2010 9:00 am–9:10 am Welcome and Recap of Day 1 Tom Quinn and David Serwadda, Committee Co-Chairs SESSION 5: BUILDING AFRICAN CAPACITY FOR HIV/AIDS Session Moderator: Carmen Portillo, Committee Member 9:10 am–9:25 am The Role of NGOs in Building Capacity for HIV/AIDS Paula Akugizibwe, AIDS & Rights Alliance for Southern Africa

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206 PREPARING FOR THE FUTURE OF HIV/AIDS IN AFRICA 9:25 am–9:40 am The Role of the Private Sector in Building Capacity for HIV/AIDS Jenni Gillies, SABMiller 9:40 am–9:55 am The Role of Faith-Based Organizations in Building Capacity for HIV/AIDS Ruth Stark, Catholic Relief Services 9:55 am–10:10 am The Role of Professional Associations in Building Capacity for HIV/AIDS Leana Uys, International Council of Nurses 10:10 am–11:10 am Moderated Panel Discussion 11:10 am–11:25 am Break SESSION 6: BUILDING AFRICAN ACADEMIC AND RESEARCH CAPACITY IN HIV/AIDS Session Moderator: Peter Ndumbe, Committee Member 11:25 am–11:40 am The Role of Academia in Building Capacity for HIV/ AIDS Umesh Lalloo, Nelson R. Mandela School of Medicine 11:40 am–11:55 am Medical Education Partnership Initiative and the Role of Fogarty-funded Initiatives in Building Capacity for HIV/AIDS Michael Johnson, U.S. National Institutes of Health, Fogarty Center 11:55 am–12:10 pm The Role of Science Academies in Building Capacity for HIV/AIDS Tony Mbewu, Global Forum for Health Research, Academy of Science of South Africa (ASSAf) 12:10 pm–12:25 pm Building African Research and Treatment Capacity James Hakim, University of Zimbabwe 12:25 pm–1:15 pm Moderated Panel Discussion

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207 APPENDIX C 1:15 pm–2:15 pm Lunch SESSION 7: TWINNING PARTNERSHIPS TO BUILD LONG-TERM CAPACITY FOR HIV/AIDS Session Moderator: Francis Omaswa, Committee Member 2:15 pm–2:30 pm University Partnerships Sylvester Kimaiyo, Academic Model Providing Access to Healthcare 2:30 pm–2:45 pm Military Partnerships Darrell Singer, U.S. Department of Defense HIV Program, Nigeria 2:45 pm–3:00 pm South–South Partnerships and Regional Strategies Quarraisha Abdool Karim, Centre for AIDS Programme of Research, South Africa 3:00 pm–3:15 pm Laboratory Systems Strengthening Initiative Danni Ramduth, Becton, Dickinson and Company 3:15 pm–4:15 pm Moderated Panel Discussion 4:15 pm–5:00 pm Open Forum for Discussion, Closing Remarks, and Wrap-up Tom Quinn and David Serwadda, Committee Co-Chairs 5:00 pm Adjourn