HAI Hosts Treatment as Prevention Workshop

  How do your define ‘household’ in a culture where extended families split time between town, the farm, and a cattle post? Who else has had trouble enrolling men? What happens if several large, expensive clinical trials deliver completely different results several years from now? These were some of the important questions asked at the Treatment as Prevention in Africa (TasP Africa) workshop held this May in Gaborone, Botswana.

TasP Africa Agenda

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We regret that due to technical difficulties, not all talks were recorded Workshop Program Wednesday, April 30, 2014 17:00-18:30 Registration Gaborone Sun Hotel 17:30-18:30 Opening Reception 18:30-20:30 Welcoming Dinner Director of Ceremonies: Dr. Joseph Makhema Prayer: Dr. Anthony Ogwu Welcoming Remarks: Chargé d’Affaires Michael Murphy Remarks: Justice Unity Dow Guest of Honor: Dr. K.C.S. Malefho Vote of Thanks: Dr. Max Essex