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Conference Overview

PROGRAM
 AT 
A 
GLANCE

Pre-­Conference 
Activities

Dec
 1st World
 AIDS 
Day
Dec 
1st 
& 
2nd 



























Youth
 Pre‐Conference 
Program
Dec
 1st 
& 
2nd Pan‐African 
Christians 
AIDS
Dec
 1st ,2nd
 &
 3rd 





















Pre‐Conference
 on 
HIV 
& 
Aging
Dec
 3rd FBO’s 
Pre‐Conference
Dec
 3rd Youth
 Rally





































Satellite 
Sessions

There
 will
 be 
approximately 
50 
Satellite 
Sessions 
taking 
place
 starting 
December 
3rd 
to 
December 
8th;
 the se
sessions 
will 
take
 place
between


  • Early
 morning 
between
 7:00 
and 
8:00 
and;
  • Late
 afternoon 
between
 17:30
 and 
to
 20:00

Plenary 
Sessions

The 
plenary 
sessions 
will 
address 
the
 main
 themes 
of 
the
 Conference 
with
 3
 speakers
 and
 2
 chairpersons. 
They
will
 review 
the 
state
 of
research
 and
 action 
on 
major 
topics 
related
 to
 the 
HIV/AIDS, 
STI,
TB 
and 
malaria 
epidemics.
 There 
will
 be 
4
 presentation s
each
 day;
 a
 total
16
 of
 during 
the
 conference.

Non
 Abstract 
Driven 
Session

The 
non‐abstract
 driven
 sessions 
include 
round
 table
 discussions, 
debates 
and 
more.
 It
 revolves
 around 
3
 main
 themes:

  • Scientific:
 Approximately
 13
sessions
  • Leadership:
 Approximately
 15
sessions
  • Community:
 Approximately
 12
sessions

Oral
 Abstract
 Sessions

There 
will 
be 
a 
total 
of 
52 
oral 
abstract 
sessions.

Poster
 Discussions

There
 will
 be
 12 
poster
 discussions

Poster
 Exhibitions

Approximately 
831
 posters
 will
 be 
exhibited 
over 
the
 duration
 the 
conference.

Special
Sessions

International
 figures,
 leaders
 and 
other
 groups 
discuss
on
 specific 
issues
 of
 particular
 interest.

Panels
 & 
Themes 
include:

Leader’s
 Panel:
 Keeping
 the 
promise 
in 
the
 AIDS 
response

First 
Ladies’
 Panel:
 Towards 
an 
HIV 
free 
generation

Ministerial 
Panel-Health 
and
 Social 
Affairs:
 Making
 health
 systems
 work 
to 
effective 
HIV 
response

Ministerial 
Panel-­Finance 
and 
Economy:
 Funding 
HIV
 response

Value 
for 
Money:
 Sustaining
 HIV 
Response

Corporate
 Social
 Responsibility

HIV 
& 
Bio-­medical 
Research 
in
 Africa

Skills Building
 Workshops

There
 will
 be 
approximately
 34 
workshops 
during
 the
 conference; 
these
 smaller 
interactive 
workshops 
will 
take
 place
 concurrently 
in 
the
afternoons.

Community 
Village

The 
Community 
Village 
is 
a
 space 
for
 organizations,
 community
 based 
institutions
 and
 practitioners 
to 
share
 their
 experience,
 display
 their
work
 and
 learn
 from 
each
 other.

Side
 meetings

ICASA 
2011
 will
 assist
 donor
 and
 partner
 organizations 
to
 hold 
special 
closed
 meetings.
 

For 
a 
detailed 
program 
of
 the 
different
 sessions,
 please
 visit 
the 
planner 
on 
our 
website 
at
 http://www.sessionplan.com/ICASA2011

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