Linkages between Gender, AIDS and Development: Implications for U.S. Policy

  • Friday, Jun 11, 2010
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  • Welcome and Introduction
    Lisa Carty, Deputy Director and Senior Advisor, CSIS Global Health Policy Center
    Janet Fleischman, Senior Associate, CSIS Global Health Policy Center

    Keynote Address
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    Ambassador Eric Goosby, U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator
    10:45-12:00 -- Panel I: Addressing Structural Drivers of HIV Risk: Innovative Programs Linking

    Economic Empowerment for Women and Girls with HIV/AIDS 

    • Lufuno Muvhango and Julia Kim – The Image Program, Limpopo, South Africa (download presentation PPT>PDF)
    • Kelly Hallman, Population Council, and Kasthuri Govendar, IHDA (download presentation PPT>PDF) -- Siyakha Nentsha (“building with young people”), KwaZulu Natal, South Africa
    • Moderator: Lester Coutinho, Packard Foundation, India

    Panel II: Wrap-Around in PEPFAR: Lessons from Programs on Education for Girls and Family Planning
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    Panel III: New U.S. Policy Directions: Where Linkages Fit with PEPFAR II and the Global Health Initiative
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    • Amie Batson USAID, Deputy Assistant Administrator for Global Health, USAID
    • Ann Gavaghan, Chief of Staff, Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator
    • Rachel Vogelstein, Senior Advisor, Office of Global Women’s Issues, State Department
    • Pearl-Alice Marsh, Majority Professional Staff Member for the House Committee on Foreign Affairs
    • Moderator: Lisa Carty, Deputy Director and Senior Advisor, CSIS Global Health Policy Center

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