22nd International AIDS Conference
1078 GZ Amsterdam
Abt Associates participated in 14 presentations at the 22nd International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam July 23-27. The conference is the premier biennial AIDS gathering to advance prevention, including research on vaccines. Abt's presentations addressed a wide range of topics, from the use of frontier technologies to prevent transmission, to the gap between rhetoric and policy to sustainable financing of HIV responses and the private sector’s role in HIV service delivery.
“Abt Associates is committed to working towards the UNAIDS goals of 90-90-90 through sustainable, data driven public and private sector approaches,” said Catherine Thompson, Regional Managing Director for East, Central and Southern Africa and the HIV Strategic Lead for Abt Associates. “Our work includes strengthening the government to mobilize domestic finances, augmenting the public sector work with the private sector and building the capacity of all stakeholders to provide quality services.”
View our full presentation schedule.
Learn more about the Private Sector Health Project (PSHP) Poster Session presented by Abt.
Abt also hosted a satellite session. Read an overview of the discussion and outcomes here.
Satellite Session: Can Frontier Technologies Accelerate Impact in Preventing HIV Transmission?
July 23, 2018 | 10:15am - 12:15pm
Join us for a 2018 International AIDS Conference satellite event as we explore how emerging technologies such as blockchain offer the potential to enhance HIV service delivery and quality care for people living with HIV. Whether it’s providing protected and accessible medical records, or improving the efficiency and targeting of donor funding, blockchain can be a powerful tool for social good.
- Abt's HIV/AIDS Expertise
- Responding to the Global HIV/AIDS Epidemic
- Responding to the HIV Epidemic in the U.S.
- Qualitative Research in HIV
- Research Synthesis: Health System Strengthening
- Research Synthesis: Family Planning & Reproductive Health
- Research Synthesis: Infectious Diseases
- Blockchain for Social Impact
- HealthRise: Chronic Diseases
- SHOPS Plus Project: Improving Access to Contraception among Youth
- SHOPS Plus Project: Integrating Family Planning into Universal Health Coverage Efforts
- Abt Associates: Better Health Outcomes around the World
- Abt Associates: Improving Service Delivery to Save Lives
- Abt Associates: Health Systems Strengthening to Help Those Most in Need