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Международная благотворительная организация "Восточноевропейское и Центральноазиатское объединение людей, живущих с ВИЧ". International charіtable organization "East Europe and Central Asіa Unіon of people Living with HІV"

EE&CA (East Europe and Central Asia) representatives on the Conference AIDS 2010 Date

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Sunday 18 July

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Monday, 19 July

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Vladimir Zhovtiak, Ukraine Sasha Volgina, Russia Sarang, A., Moscow, Russian Federation Chairs: Volgina, Alexandra, Saint Petersburg, Russian Federation A. Volgina, Russian Federation E. Borzunova, Russian Federation M. Demchenko, Ukraine

Community Welcomes the World to Austria

Opening Session Plenary

HIV, Drug Policy and Harm Reduction

Plenary session

Integration of OST, TB, ARVs, Treatment and ScaleUp for IDUs

Symposium

Co-Chairs: Anya Sarang, Russian Federation Co-Chairs: Anna Shakarishvili, Ukraine Ivana Bozicevic, Croatia A. Shakarishvili, Ukraine

Local Strategies for Prevention

Oral Abstract Session

HIV in Eastern Europe: Epidemics, Prevention and Treatment

Oral Abstract Session

A. Lyubimova, V. Odinokova, K. Eritsyan, L. Safiullina, A. Yakovleva, M. Rusakova Russian Federation J. Suleymanova, H. Gadirova, S. Khasiyev Azerbaijan

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Chairs: Zhaksylyk Doskaliyev, Kazakhstan [TBC]

Opening remarks

Successes in implementing a “one window” principle in Russia Offering a full range of services for IDUs: approaches and challenges

Overview of HIV epidemics and prevention responses in Eastern Europe IDUs’ sexual behavior in the context of HIV epidemic generalization in Russia: a comparative analysis of data from eight Russian cities Seroepidemiological research of HIV, hepatitis B, C, syphilis and behavioural


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O. Varetska, M. Samko Ukraine

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N. Janashia2, K. Bidzinashvili2, D. Usharidze2 2Georgia

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Facilitators: Svetlana Izambaeva, Russian Federation

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Moderated discussion: A. Zelitchenko, Kyrgyzstan Chair: Alexandra Volgina, Russian Federation A. Volgina, Russian Federation L. Babenko Kyrgyzstan

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P. Skala Ukraine

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Leonchuk, N., Kiev, Ukraine

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A. Deryabina1, D.S. Hausner2, B. Aubakirova1, S. Ashimova3, Z. Musaeva4, L.

risk factors among most-atrisk groups in Azerbaijan National roll-out of database for monitoring HIV prevention programmes among civil society organizations in Ukraine Tailored harm reduction approaches bring healthcare and social support to women who use drugs in Georgia Improving Access to Pregnancy Planning and Reproductive Options for People Living with HIV through Evidence Based Policy Development and Advocacy Law Enforcement Leaders for Public Health and Rights

Concurrent Sessions

Community Action Making a Difference

Oral Poster Discussion

Special Session

Introduction

Why and How to Prevent HIV and HCV in Drug Users: Criminalization of drug users in Ukraine as a factor hindering the scale up of access to HIV/AIDS prevention and treatment programmes Political and Financial Support for Community Systems Strengthening Community systems strengthening: what works? How has funding support for CSS strengthened local responses to HIV in different contexts? Case studies Addressing Risk for HIV among Female Sex Workers: Comprehensive HIV prevention services

Oral Poster Discussion

Drug users defend patients’ rights in Kyrgyzstan On 13:25

Symposium

On 14:45

Oral Abstract Session

On 15:00


Khodakevich5 1Kazakhstan, 2India, 3Kyrgyzstan, 4Tajikistan, 5Russian Federation A. Zaripov, Russian Federation Sarang, A., Moscow, Russian Federation, A. Zaripov, Russian Federation

for sex workers reduces HIV risk in Central Asia

The Forgotten Epidemics: HIV and HCV in Prisons, Pretrial Detention, and Other Closed Settings Statements on HIV and HCV in prisons

Bridging Session

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O. Kheylo, O. Smetanina, I. Motrich, A. Bobrova, G. Weiler Ukraine

HIV and TB: Clinical and Programmatic Approach

Oral Abstract Session

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Facilitators: Raminta Stuikyte, Lithuania

Concurrent Sessions

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A. Uusküla1, M. Kals1, K. AbelOllo1, A. Talu1, K. Rüütel1, I. Sobolev1 1Estonia P. Meylakhs1, 1Russian Federation

Improving Access to ARV’s Through Compulsory Licensing: A How-To Course Drug Injecting: Responding to “New” and “Old” HIV Epidemics

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Strizhak, O., Ukraine

GIPA at the Grassroots Level and Beyond

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M. Magdalena4, 4Poland

Ukraine Network of PLHIV: From grassroots to international experiences Pediatric HIV and ART Complications

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Co-Chairs: Andriy Klepikov, Ukraine Dasha Ocheret, Lithuania M. Golichenko, Russian Federation

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Beyond the Individual: Structural Effects of Drug Law and Policy on Health

14:50 Testimonial 15:10 Moderated discussion, questions and answers

Oral Abstract Session

Bridging Session

Oral Abstract Session

15:15 Ukrainian TB mortality assessment 2008: low HIV awareness and access to ART for TB patients associated with high HIV related TB mortality

16:45 Outcomes of large-scale syringe exchange in Tallinn, Estonia

17:15 Drug users’ perceptions of HIV prevention programmes in North West Russia On 16:50

17:15 Risk factors for metabolic abnormality in a European cohort of HIVinfected children and adolescents

Oral Abstract Session

Law enforcement vs. health and rights: the Russian challenge


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V. Tymoshevska2, A. Rokhanski2, G. Kotenko2, A. Druzhinina2, 2Ukraine I. Maslova, Ukraine

Availability and accessibility of opioid medications in Ukraine

Law Reform in the Context of HIV: Are Human Rights Protected or Compromised?

Symposium

F. Macaev2, N. Sucman2, 2Moldova Republic of A. Kabakov, Y. Makarova Russian Federation

Preclinical HIV drug development

Poster Exhibition

Preclinical HIV drug development

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A. Chikaev, N. Shcherbakova, O. Tumanova, L. Karpenko, A. Ilyichev Russian Federation K. Kaldma2, A. Mannik2, R. Sikut2, I. Stanescu3, M. Ustav2, 2Estonia

Antibody based vaccines

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Novel vectors and strategies

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M. Ustav1, A. M채nnik1, U. Toots1, R. Sikut1, M. Adojaan1, K. Kaldma1, K. Kiiver1, A. Remm1 1Estonia S. Posokhova, S. Shevchenko Ukraine

Novel vectors and strategies

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Prevention of mother-to-child transmission

Poster Exhibition

M. Geyne, A. Mazus, V. Vdovina, A. Olshanskiy Russian Federation I. Semenenko1, T. Pilipenko1, R. Malyuta1,

Prevention of mother-to-child transmission

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Prevention of mother-to-child transmission

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16:55 Drug use, harm reduction policies and HIV risks: where are the human rights protections? HIV-1 integrase inhibition by novel spiro-isatin-cyclopropane derivatives Hypersensitivity of HIV-1infected CD4+ T lymphocytes and macrophages to proteasomal inhibitors MG132 and bortezomib (velcade) Recombinant proteins carrying peptide mimics recognized by broadly neutralizing anti-HIV-1 mAb 2G12 as a candidate vaccine Auxo-GTU-multiSIV DNA vaccine induces strong and durable SIV specific T-cell responses and results in partial control of viremia after mucosal challenge with high dose of pathogenic SIVmac251 Development of the DNA plasmid based genetic vaccines vectors, which use segregation/partitioning function of the bovine papillomavirus type 1

Pregnancy outcomes among HIVinfected women with advanced WHO stages of HIV disease HIV/HCV and HIV/HBV coinfection: study of mother-to-infant transmission

Obstetric and neonatal outcomes in HIV-infected pregnant


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European Collaborative Study in Ukraine N. Akatova2, N. Belyakov2, G. Volkova2, E. Stepanova2, A. Rakhmanova2, A. Yakovlev2, 2Russian Federation T. Deshko, S. Filippovych, T. Perepelytsia, O. Savenko Ukraine

women and their infants in Ukraine

Prevention of mother-to-child transmission

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Five-year trends in epidemiology and prevention of mother-to-child HIV transmission, St. Petersburg, Russia, 2004-2009

Preventive vaccines

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S. Cherenko, O. Maksimenok, O. Eshchenko, L. Storozhuk, I. Dzyublyk, M. Galetskaya, O. Vinogradov, I. Grishayeva Ukraine E. Demchenko, HIV-positive mothers Russian Federation

HIV counselling, testing and diagnostic strategies

Poster Exhibition

Piloting viral hepatitis B (HBV) vaccination as part of comprehensive harm reduction package in injecting drug users (IDU) and men having sex with men (MSM) in Ukraine Scaling up HIV rapid testing in Ukraine: an evidence based approach

Combination prevention programmes

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J. Shevtsova, N. Kuvinova Russian Federation

Poster Exhibition

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A. Martirosyan1, N. Cherednichenko2 1Armenia, 2Russian Federation

Behavior change communication (BCC) or communication for behavioural and social change aiming to change individual knowledge, attitudes, or behaviour (e.g. changed knowledge, risk perception, changed behaviour, health care seeking or adherence, sexual and reproductive health) Behavior change communication (BCC) or communication for behavioural and social change aiming to change individual knowledge, attitudes, or behaviour (e.g. changed knowledge, risk perception, changed

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Comprehensive approach to the prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV in Russian regions: implementation and lessons learned Changes in men’s sexual behaviour after learning about their HIVpositive status

Changing behavior of youth at higher risk of getting HIV through engaging them in small support teams (SST) in Orenburg, Russian Federation (RF)


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G. Abashidze, T. Abzianidze, T. Maglakelidze, M. Kajaia, M. Topuridze, M. Butsashvili, G. Kamkamidze Georgia

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A. Shebardina Ukraine

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M. Bozgunchiev1, L. Koushenova1, M. Sauranbayeva1, E. Imambakieva1, M. Chernova1, D. Alisheva1 1Kazakhstan

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O. Ieshchenko, K. Ryzhkov, T. Khimchenko, L. Kryvoruk, L. Gordon, V. Onyshchenko Ukraine

behaviour, health care seeking or adherence, sexual and reproductive health) Behavior change communication (BCC) or communication for behavioural and social change aiming to change individual knowledge, attitudes, or behaviour (e.g. changed knowledge, risk perception, changed behaviour, health care seeking or adherence, sexual and reproductive health) Behavior change communication (BCC) or communication for behavioural and social change aiming to change individual knowledge, attitudes, or behaviour (e.g. changed knowledge, risk perception, changed behaviour, health care seeking or adherence, sexual and reproductive health) Behavior change communication (BCC) or communication for behavioural and social change aiming to change individual knowledge, attitudes, or behaviour (e.g. changed knowledge, risk perception, changed behaviour, health care seeking or adherence, sexual and reproductive health) Behavior change communication (BCC) or communication for behavioural and social change aiming to change individual knowledge, attitudes, or behaviour (e.g. changed knowledge, risk perception, changed behaviour, health care seeking or adherence, sexual and

Poster Exhibition

Impact of peer education on HIV knowledge and attitude among technical university students

Poster Exhibition

Involving street children in creating educational cartoons as an effective method of HIV prevention among street children in Kyiv, Ukraine

Poster Exhibition

HIV prevention with at-risk youth in “hot zones� of Central Asia: using evidence to reduce sexual and injecting risk behaviours in Kazakhstan

Poster Exhibition

Empowering the Ukrainian government to master the challenges to its leadership role in HIV prevention lessons learned from Ukraine


reproductive health) Communication for behavioural and social change, or social change communication to affect group or societal outcomes (e.g. to change social norms, community stigma reduction, policy change) School-based sexuality education, life skills education

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S. Kolodchyn Ukraine

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A. Grzywacz Poland

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M. Stanishevskyi Ukraine

Community mobilization, social mobilization

Poster Exhibition

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A. Martirosyan1, V. Sargsyan1 1Armenia

Safe virtual or physical spaces (e.g. drop-in centres, telephone hotlines etc)

Poster Exhibition

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S. Caplinskas, A. Simkunaite, O. Strujeva, I. Caplinskiene Lithuania A. Janayeva Kazakhstan

Using new information technologies (cell phones, internet, etc.) for prevention, treatment, care and support Using new information technologies (cell phones, internet, etc.) for prevention, treatment, care and support Other behavioural and structural interventions

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Adapting HIV programmes to systems with limited health care personnel

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Advocacy and lobbying by civil society, affected communities and

Poster Exhibition

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T. Kazantseva, E. Arutyunova, S. Aufenkamp Russian Federation E. Berezina, M. Volik, N. Dolzhanskaya Russian Federation N. Spicer1, J. Aleshkina2, D. Bogdan3,

Poster Exhibition

Reducing of stigma and discrimination of HIV-positive people in Ukraine through realization of care and support programmes: experience of ICF Caritas, Ukraine

Poster Exhibition

Misinformation on HIV prevention among Polish students and teachers – case study of Ponton Group of Sex Educators Improving the quality of psychosocial care for people living with HIV through the introduction of universal principles of cooperation between the specialists and religious organizations that provide services in the field of HIV/AIDS in Ukraine Ensuring sustainability of trust points (TPs) for injecting drug users (IDUs) in Tashkent city, Uzbekistan, by World Vision Uzbekistan (WVU) Sexual risk behavior survey among MSM in Lithuania, 2008

Poster Exhibition

Poster Exhibition

Reached a depth: HIV/AIDS prevention and service support the LGBT people through online counseling Substance abuse prevention among youth in Russia: an effective and easily replicable model Opportunities for e-learning in drug use treatment and HIV prevention in Russia Has the Global Fund strengthened civil society HIV advocacy in the


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K. Chkhatarashvili4, G. Murzalieva2, N. Rukhadze4, A. Samiev1 1United Kingdom, 2Kyrgyzstan, 3Ukraine, 4Georgia H. Skipalska1, V. Tripathi2, E. Finnerty2, S. Hodgdon2 1Ukraine, 2United States A. Papikyan Armenia

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B. Ishemkulov Kyrgyzstan

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J.D. Javakhishvili Georgia

Multi-sectoral policy development (including collaboration in advocacy across movements or sectors)

Poster Exhibition

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L. Smykalo, S. Suvorova, K. Zakharov, A. Arzhevskaya Russian Federation E. Maron, G. Vergus, A. Meylakhs, A. Zaripov, A. Volgina, Patients, Public Health Professionals and Community Experts Russian Federation D. Chajkivska, Ukraine D. Lysiy, Ukraine

Multi-sectoral policy development (including collaboration in advocacy across movements or sectors)

Poster Exhibition

Community participation as a best practice tool for policy development

Poster Exhibition

Advocacy of PWUD and PLHIV community through patients’ monitoring

Left at the Maternity Hospital - Children and HIV in Eastern Europe

Programme Activities

14:30 HIV mainstreaming in working with most-at-risk children living on the streets in the Ukraine 14:45 Presentation of the film ‘Children of Hope’ - social and psychological support

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O. Volkova, Ukraine O. Taranenko, Ukraine

people living with HIV

former Soviet Union? A study in Georgia, Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine

Advocacy and lobbying by civil society, affected communities and people living with HIV

Poster Exhibition

Beyond MAMA+: advocacy for HIVpositive women’s access to state social services in Ukraine

Advocacy and lobbying by civil society, affected communities and people living with HIV Advocacy and lobbying by civil society, affected communities and people living with HIV

Poster Exhibition

Campaign human rights and HIV/AIDS: now more than ever

Poster Exhibition

Development of the civil society and nomadic civilization: historic preconditions for the progress of NGO sector in the Kyrgyz Republic Creating nstitutional mechanisms for multi-sectorial cooperation to respond to mental health and HIV/AIDS problem in South Caucasus Model of multi-sectoral collaboration in prevention of violence against HIVpositive women


O. Dolgikh, Russian Federation

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Organizer: Olga Panfilova, Ukraine Co-Chairs: Zoryan Kis, Ukraine Maxim Anmeghichean, Republic of Moldova Chairs: White, Terry, Ukraine Kis, Zoryan, Kyiv, Ukraine

Children’s Rights Advocacy

Programme Activities

Criminalising Homosexual Behaviour: Human Rights Violation and Obstacle to Effective HIV/AIDS Prevention

Oral Abstract Session

Sex and Sexuality — Youth Perspectives on Pleasure and Prevention: What Do We Need in 2010?

Special Session

A. Koshikova, Ukraine [TBC]

13:0014:00

HIV-related TB: Comanagement and Outcomes

Oral Poster Discussion

Hepatitis Co-Infection

14:30 16:00

A. Panteleev1, V. Riekstina4, A. Rakhmanova1, A. Skrahin10, N. Chentsova11 HIV/TB Study Group 1Russian Federation, 4Latvia, 10Belarus, 11Ukraine Co-Chairs: Anna Bobrova, Ukraine P. Polyantsev, Ukraine

Oral Abstract Session Symposium

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S. Schonning, Lithuania

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D. Ocheret, Lithuania S. Bazhan, L. Karpenko, T. Ilyicheva, P. Belavin, S.

Sustaining Access to Effective Antiretroviral Therapy: Past Lessons, Future Challenges The Future of Universal Access - Part 2 Advances in Vaccine Development

14:3016:00

Human Rights, HIV and MSM

Symposium

Symposium Oral Abstract Session

for children and families living with and affected by HIV in Odessa’ Children in institutional care born of a drug using mother, left after birth and living with HIV: examples of good practice in supporting these children - a Russian experience Global Village Youth Pavilion

13:20 A young heterosexual woman’s personal perspective on what we need for young women in 2010? 13:05 Causes of death in HIV/TB coinfected patients: results from the HIV/TB collaborative study

15:05 Community engagement and action 14:35 Panel discussion

16:40 Panel discussion 17:00 Promising strategies for designing polyCD8+ T cell-epitope DNA


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Seregin, D. Antonets, A. Ilyichev Russian Federation Co-Chairs: Pavlo Skala, Ukraine Alexander Zelitchenko, Kyrgyzstan V. Laga, A. Vasilyev, G. Salamov, E. Kazennova, M. Bobkova Russian Federation A. Pokrovskaya, E. Ryabikova Russian Federation V. Martsinovskaya, I. Kobyshcha, Y. Kruglov, G. Weiler Ukraine V. Eremin, I. Karpov, E. Gasich Belarus

vaccine

Law on The Street: Reforming Police Practice Towards Sex Workers and People Who Use Drugs HIV tropism, dynamics and fitness

Oral Abstract Session

Poster Exhibition

Sequence-based coreceptor usage prediction in Russian HIV-1 genetic variants

Prognostic staging of disease

Poster Exhibition

HIV disease progression in Russian PLWH cohort

Disease burden – morbidity/mortality

Poster Exhibition

Natural history, progression and survival

Poster Exhibition

T. Tsertsvadze, N. Chkhartishvili, A. Gamkrelidze, N. Rukhadze, N. Bolokadze, P. Gabunia, L. Sharvadze Georgia T. Tsertsvadze, A. Gamkrelidze, N. Chkhartishvili, N. Rukhadze, A. Abutidze, N. Badridze, L. Sharavdze Georgia N. Chkhartishvili, N. Badridze, L. Sharvadze, N. Bolokadze, N. Rukhadze, N. Dvali, T. Tsertsvadze Georgia L. Ganina, A. Yelizarieva Kazakhstan

Trends in morbidity and mortality

Poster Exhibition

Increasing mortality despite ART scaleup: structure and causes of death in patients with HIV infection in Ukraine Dynamics of HIV/AIDS epidemic in Belarus, domination of a sexual rout of HIV transmission Analysis of causes of death among HIVinfected persons in Georgia, 19892009

Trends in morbidity and mortality

Poster Exhibition

Factors associated with early mortality among patients with late HIV diagnosis

Trends in morbidity and mortality

Poster Exhibition

Gender differences in causes of death among HIV infected persons in Georgia

Modelling HIV epidemics

Poster Exhibition

I. Kobyshcha1, Y.

Modelling HIV epidemics

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HIV modeling and projections estimation in the Republic of Kazakhstan New estimates of HIV/AIDS


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Kruglov1, O. Varetska1, T. Saliuk1, I. Shvab1 1Ukraine, N. Nizova, V. Martsynovska, Women of Reproductive Age Ukraine I. Kobyshcha, Y. Kruglov, V. Martsinovskaya, I. Nguien, E. Kislykh Ukraine S. Verevochkin, A. Shaboltas, R. Skochilov, T. Krasnoselskih, O. Toussova, S. Malov, A. Kozlov Russian Federation K. Eritsyan, V. Odinokova, Z. Bodanovskaya, M. Rusakova, A. Lyubimova, L. Safiullina Russian Federation A. Yakovleva, O. Levina, Z. Bodanovskaya, L. Safiullina Russian Federation A. Shaboltas, R. Skochilov, O. Toussova, S. Verevochkin, A. Kozlov Russian Federation A. Yakovleva, Z. Bodanovskaya, O. Levina, K. Eritsyan Russian Federation A. Libanov, S. Dvoriak Ukraine

G. Lomidze, N. Tsereteli, V. Kasrelishvili, K.

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epidemic in Ukraine highlights low awareness of HIV status

Epidemiology of HIV in the general population, women, adolescents and children Epidemiology of HIV in the general population, women, adolescents and children

Poster Exhibition

The epidemiology characteristics of HIV among women of reproductive age in Ukraine Analysis of increasing sexual HIV transmission among men in Ukraine

Epidemiology of HIV in people who use drugs

Poster Exhibition

Different approaches confirm high level of prevalence and incidence rate of HIV infection among IDUs in St. Petersburg, Russia

Epidemiology of HIV in people who use drugs

Poster Exhibition

How many IDUs have HIV but are unaware of this fact? Estimation of the hidden HIV-positive population of IDUs in four Russian cities

Epidemiology of HIV in people who use drugs

Poster Exhibition

IDU monitoring results: city of St. Petersburg, Russian Federation (20052009)

Epidemiology of HIV in people who use drugs

Poster Exhibition

HIV incidence, gender and risk behaviors differences in injection drug users cohorts, St. Petersburg, Russia

Epidemiology of HIV in people who use drugs

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IDU monitoring results: city of Irkutsk, Russian Federation (20052007)

Epidemiology of HIV in people who use drugs

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Epidemiology of HIV in other populations

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Evaluation of maintenance therapy with injectable buprenorphine for treatment of patients with opioid dependence in Ukraine Prevalence of HIV in Georgian prisons - results of randomized

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Kepuladze Georgia O. Tarasenko, J. Shubina Russian Federation I. Caplinskiene, S. Caplinskas Lithuania

research Epidemiology of risk behaviour

Poster Exhibition

The residual risk of HIV and HCV in Russian blood bank

Epidemiology of risk behaviour

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O. Strujeva, I. Caplinskiene, S. Caplinskas, A. Simkunaite Lithuania M. Varban, A. Dovbakh, K. Maksymenko Ukraine

Epidemiology of risk behaviour

Poster Exhibition

Violence: gender, social, structural and family-based

Poster Exhibition

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O. Sakovych, O. Balakireva, S. Ancker Ukraine

Other societal conditions or “drivers” related to HIV risk and vulnerability

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O. Bryzhovata, Y. Mykytynets, O. Gvozdetska Ukraine

Gender inequalities

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A. Peryshkina1, D. Kizub2, I. Deobald1, V. Moguilnyi1, N. Masenior2, A. Wirtz2, I. Kostetskaya1, F. Sifakis2, C. Beyrer2 1Russian Federation, 2United States L. Safiullina Russian Federation

Gay and other homosexually active populations

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Injecting risk behaviour: comparison among HIV(+) and HIV(-) IDUs using respondent driven sampling (RDS) Risk behaviour changes among commercial sex workers after a riskreduction intervention Violence of sexual partner as a vulnerability factor of female IDU to HIV infection Service access barriers in Ukraine seen through the eyes of adolescent injecting drug users and female sex workers using the results of a qualitative study in the design of targeted HIV prevention interventions Gender based approach in providing services for PLWHIV in Ukraine: methods, problems and opportunities Men who have sex with men (MSM), physicians, and nongovernment organizations (NGOs): finding agreement on the HIV risk environment and service provision for MSM in Russia

Sex work and other forms of transactional sex

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V. Boguslavsky, O. Chernobrovkina, A. Vinokur Russian

Quality improvement interventions to improve systems performance

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Social demographic and individual characteristics of clients of female sex workers in Russia The “Framework for Engagement into HIV Care”: a tool for strengthening the health system’s response to the HIV/


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AIDS epidemic in St. Petersburg, Russia “First Learn then Do” results of experimental operations research study to increase the number of voluntary counselling and testing (VCT) among young people of Lviv region, Ukraine The experience of Ukraine in achieving universal access goals to HIV treatment, care and support Terms of reference: during the period from October 2005 to November 2006 149 children were contaminated by HIV in the medical institutions of Shymkent city, Kazakhstan through catheterization and use of non-sterile instruments Active parents’ voice ensures stateguaranteed social and health care for children infected with HIV in health settings: case from Kazakhstan Putting WHO TB/HIV collaborative policy into practice: a systematic approach in Ukraine

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M. Vasylyev, M. Sluzhynska, O. Sluzhynska, Y. Netak Ukraine

Quality improvement interventions to improve systems performance

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O. Kurpita, A. Scherbinskaya, T. Stepanova, I. Andrianova Ukraine K. Alseitov, Consolidation of parents. Kazakhstan

Co-designing and implementing programmes at national and regional scale Partnering with donors, NGOs and governments to support HIV/AIDS care

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K. Alseitov, HIV+ children and parents Kazakhstan

Partnering with donors, NGOs and governments to support HIV/AIDS care

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Capacitating governments and NGOs to strengthen their quality improvement programmes

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O. Kheylo, O. Smetanina, I. Motrich, S. Antonyak, L. Storozhuk, G. Weiler Ukraine J. Andriuska Lithuania

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Vulnerability assessment of people living with HIV (PLHIV) in Lithuania

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Z. Kis, T. White Ukraine

Monitoring and evaluation of policies and their impact on people living with HIV, affected communities and vulnerable populations The relationship between human rights and HIV/AIDS

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I. Sadykov Kyrgyzstan

Legal services, litigation and alternative conflict resolution

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HIV risk and human rights violations among Ukrainian gay men and other men who have sex with men (MSM) An assessment of the number of people living with HIV (PLWH) on having access to legal support

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I. Sadykov Kyrgyzstan

Legal services, litigation and alternative conflict resolution

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A. Potosyan, A. Papikyan, V. Zopunyan Armenia

Integrating human rights into HIV programming

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Co-Chairs: Alexandra Volgina and Maria Godlevskaya, Russian Federation Discussant: Svetlana Moroz, Ukraine A. Volgina, Russian Federation

Specifics of Working with HIVPositive People who have Experienced Injecting Drug Use and Criminal Behavior in Prisons. Their Support and Follow-up After Release

Programme Activities: GV Workshop

11:05 Advocacy of access to ARV treatment of HIV-positive people in prisons and after release 11:20 Barriers to HIV treatment in prisons and after release 11:30 Barriers to medical and social support of HIV-positive women released from prisons 11:45 Interaction of the PLHIV community with governmental structures at different levels as a resource for addressing problems of incarcerated HIV-positive people 12:00 Experiences of advocacy of access to ART and support of HIVpositive people in prisons and after release 12:10 Specifics of adherence to treatment of HIV-positive people released from prisons

P. Girchenko, Russian Federation M. Godlevskaya, Russian Federation

S. Prosvirina, Russian Federation

N. Bezeleva, Ukraine

M. Shmelev, Russian Federation

13:0014:30

Chair: Anna Maria Zakowicz, Lithuania Co-Facilitators: Olga Byelyayeva, Ukraine

An access of people living with HIV (PLWHA) and group of population at high risk (GP) to legal aid in Kyrgyz Republic (KR) Opioid substitution treatment of injecting drug users as a tool of protecting their human rights: an Armenian case

Women IDUs - Why so Many Barriers When There are so Many Needs?

Programme Activities: GV Workshop


Wednesd ay 21 July 2010

11:0012:30 11:0012:30

11:0012:30

Anastasia Solovyeva and Alexandra Volgina, Russian Federation A. Solovyeva, Russian Federation Facilitators: Anastasia Kamlyk, Russian Federation Facilitator: Simona Markinaite, Lithuania

Access to Treatment and Right to Health

Symposium

Sero-difference: Experience about Sex and Relationships

Concurrent Sessions

Challenging and Changing Drug Policy: Educating Stakeholders about Harm Reduction Policies in Eurasia Using the PLHIV Stigma Index Across Eastern Europe and Central Asia: An Opportunity for Those Already Implementing and Those Interested in Starting to Address Common Issues Arising from the Results of Research HIV Testing Scale-Up: Innovations and Impact

Concurrent Sessions

11:0012:30

Facilitators: Timur Abdulaev, Uzbekistan Magdalena AnkiersztejnBartczak and Wojciech Jerzy Tomczyński, Poland

13:0014:00

I. Grishayeva, O. Maksimenok, M. Galetskaya, S. Osipova Ukraine

13:0014:00

O. Sakovych, O. Balakireva, A. Teltschik, T. Bondar, Y. Sereda Ukraine T. Chaychuk, N. Gankina, O. Rumyanceva Russian Federation

Sex and Economics: Determinants and Behaviours of Risk

Oral Poster Discussion

Viral Hepatitis Co-Infection

Oral Poster Discussion

Co-Chairs: Konstantin Lezhentsev, Ukraine I. Boyko, Y. Oksenyuk, D. Krykun Ukraine

Yes We Can! Community Advocating for Change

Oral Abstract Session

13:0014:00

14:3016:00

11:35 ”Gender” matters in care and treatment

Concurrent Sessions

Oral Poster Discussion

13:15 HIV rapid testing in TB and drug addiction treatment facilities in Dnipropetrovsk region of Ukraine 13:05 Evidence for the inclusion of most-atrisk adolescents (MARA) in the National AIDS Response in Ukraine 13:10 HCV genotypes distribution in the Krasnoyarsk region HIVpositive and HIV-negative populations

14:30 Successful attempt to overcome corruption in state procurements of ARV medicines - advocacy by Ukrainian PLWHAs community


14:30 16:00

N. Timoshenko, Ukraine

How and When? Truth about Children Infected with and Affected by HIV

Symposium

Honoring Life: Constructing the Most Effective HIV Prevention Among People Injecting Drugs by Adding Overdose Prevention Work Keeping the Promise: Using Budget and Community Monitoring to Hold Governments Accountable for Universal Access

Concurrent Sessions

Regional Session on Asia and the Pacific

Symposium

O. Dudina1, O. Bryzhovata1, O. Voynarovska1, O. Gvozdetska1, T. White2 1Ukraine, 2United Kingdom J. Mimica, Kazakhstan

Life-Course Perspectives on Families Affected by HIV and AIDS

Oral Abstract Session

Following the Funds: From Financing Services to Social Protection

Symposium

W. Kwiatkowska, M. Czarnecki, B. Knysz, J. Gasiorowski, M. Bubala, J. Kwiatkowski, W. Witkiewicz, A. Gladysz Poland I. Perehinets1, E. Matveeva1, M. Diepart2, S.N. Pal2, G. Weiler1, A. Bobrova1 1Ukraine,

Non-AIDS related comorbidities (e.g. diabetes, hypertension etc)

Poster Exhibition

Pharmacology, pharmacokinetics, role of therapeutic drug monitoring, drug interactions

Poster Exhibition

N. Yurchenko, Ukraine

14:3018:00

Facilitators: Dasha Ocheret, Russian Federation Shona Shonning, Lithuania

14:3018:00

Facilitators: Ketevan Chkhatarashvili, Ketevan Goguadze and Ivdity Chikovani, Georgia S. Saduakasova Kazakhstan

16:3018:00

16:3018:00

16:3018:00

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

14:55 HIV status disclosure of children in orphanages and state institutions: approaches and features 15:15 Social workers’ role in ensuring service delivery for HIV positive children: multidisciplinary teams

Concurrent Sessions: Workshop

17:15 Development of user-friendly HIV prevention services for former women inmates in Taldykorgan, Kazakhstan 17:15 Family cohesiveness - legal and parental skills issues that put families at risk in Ukraine 16:50 Sustaining the funding: the role of PLHIV organizations in advancing the HIV response in Central Asia Carotid intima-media thickness in HIV positive Polish patients

Pharmacovigilance (PV) for antiretroviral medicines in Ukraine: a step wise approach


2Switzerland 09:0018:30

09:0018:30

P. Zabek, T. Dyda, G.P. Stanczak, J.J. Stanczak, A. Horban Poland E. Herasymenko, Prisoners Ukraine

Pharmacogenomics

Poster Exhibition

Genetic detection of HLAB*5701 allele among HIV-positive patients in Poland

Prevention in institutional settings e.g. workplace, school, prison, military Prevention in institutional settings e.g. workplace, school, prison, military Prevention in institutional settings e.g. workplace, school, prison, military

Poster Exhibition

Development of the volunteer movement in penitentiary institutions

Poster Exhibition

Engaging prison staff in provision of HIV education in Latvian prisons

Poster Exhibition

Official guidelines on HIV prevention among key populations at risk for staff of Kyrgyzstan’s Ministry of Internal Affairs as an effective tool for strengthening prevention measures The occupational risks of HIV infection among health workers in Ukraine

09:0018:30

E. Dompalma, S. Rotberga Lithuania

09:0018:30

N. Shumskaya Kyrgyzstan

09:0018:30

A. Nahorna, V. Kostrytsya, Y. Kundiyev, D. Varyvonchyk, L. Savchuk Ukraine M. Tshshmarityan Armenia

Prevention in institutional settings e.g. workplace, school, prison, military

Poster Exhibition

Prevention for youth and adolescents

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

E. Feodorova, O. Moiseeva, N. Onishenko Russian Federation

Prevention for youth and adolescents

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

R. Yorick1, Y. Batluk1, A. Shaboltas1, O. Vorobievsky1, N. Metelkina1, E. King2, E. Finnerty2, A. Lynch2, S. Hodgdon2, V. Tripathi2 1Russian Federation, 2United States T. Khomasuridze, L. Bakradze Georgia

Prevention for youth and adolescents

Poster Exhibition

Prevention for youth and adolescents

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

Implementation of special course “HIV/ AIDS prevention for elite athletes” Assessment of HIV/AIDS prevention programmes implemented by the Russian Red Cross among youth and adolescents in Krasnodar region, Russia HIV prevention for street youth in St. Petersburg, Russia

Integration of HIV/AIDS prevention into youth-friendly reproductive health strategies in Georgia


09:0018:30

N. Korolova Ukraine

Prevention for youth and adolescents

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

O. Datsenko1, R. Broadhead2 1Ukraine, 2United States

Prevention for people who use drugs

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

L. Stoniene, S. Rotberga, S. Kulsis Lithuania

Prevention for people who use drugs

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

A. Deryabina1, D.S. Hausner2, B. Aubakirova1, S. Ashimova3, Y. Kudussova1, Z. Musaeva4, R. Nazarova5, L. Khodakevich6 1Kazakhstan, 2India, 3Kyrgyzstan, 4Tajikistan, 5Uzbekistan, 6Russian Federation D. Otiashvili1,2, A. Latypov1, O. Aizberg1, A. Boltaev1 1Lithuania, 2Georgia T. Perepelytsia, S. Filippovych, Z. Islam, O. Lebega Ukraine

Prevention for people who use drugs

Poster Exhibition

Prevention for people who use drugs

Poster Exhibition

Opioid substitution treatment in Central Asia: barriers and opportunities for advocacy

Prevention for people who use drugs

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

P. Smyrnov, L. Shulga Ukraine

Prevention for people who use drugs

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

S. Kolemasova Uzbekistan

Prevention for male and female sex workers

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

L. Kononenko1, O. Chupryna1, K. Klindera2 1Ukraine, 2United States L. Khalabuda, R. Sadykova, I. Jekabsone Russian Federation

Prevention for men who have sex with men (MSM)

Poster Exhibition

Prevention of HIV spread in Ukraine through the expansion of substitution treatment is lacking contributions from state budget Harm reduction as a basis for integrated services to prevent HIV among drug users Review of HIV prevention and risk factors associated with HIV infection among sex workers in Uzbekistan Building a dialogue: seminar on work with MSM in prison settings

Integration of HIV prevention and other health programmes

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

Prevention for youth in universities and schools. Ukrainian experience Peer driven intervention as a powerful tool to recruit women and young drug injectors to prevent HIV Analysis of HIV related knowledge and behaviour among IDUs reached by peerdriven intervention in Lithuania High coverage of injecting drug users (IDUs) with comprehensive HIV prevention services reduces HIV risk in Central Asia

HIV prevention for people who use drugs: studying the opportunities of integrating prevention


09:0018:30

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

09:0018:30 09:0018:30

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

I. Okseniuk, I. Boyko, I. Ilyin, D. Sherembey Ukraine S. Mnatsakanova1, J. Pletsch2 1Ukraine, 2France

Quality of life and access to care in harm reduction approaches

Poster Exhibition

Quality of life and access to care in harm reduction approaches

Poster Exhibition

L. Vlasenko, O. Gumeniuk, V. Dubovik, O. Lisnycha, V. Solonskiy, S. Osypova, I. Grishayeva Ukraine V. Iusiuk Ukraine

Quality of life and access to care in harm reduction approaches

Poster Exhibition

Quality of life and access to care in harm reduction approaches Social networks of IDU, family, children, workplace, social support

Poster Exhibition

Sexual transmission and drug use, sexual partners, “bridging”

Poster Exhibition

A. Latishenko, M. Akulova, R. Bahrambegi Russian Federation O. Vynogradova1, O. Bryzhovata1, O. Dudina1, O. Gvozdetska1, T. White2 1Ukraine, 2United Kingdom O. Lun, HIVpositiv Children Kyrgyzstan

Adaptation to living with HIV for individuals, families and communities

Poster Exhibition

Adaptation to living with HIV for individuals, families and communities

Poster Exhibition

Adaptation to living with HIV for individuals, families and communities

Poster Exhibition

E. Kharkoskaya, J. Maffi, O.

Adaptation to living with HIV for

Poster Exhibition

L. Shulga, M. Varban, N. Pohorila, Y. Taran Ukraine K. Maksymenko, A. Dovbakh, M. Varban Ukraine

Poster Exhibition

programmes and the activity of social, medical and other services Successful advocacy campaign for preserving OST program in Ukraine Home-based care and rehabilitation for people living with HIV (PLHIV) and injecting drug users (IDUs) done by trained Red Cross nurses – the most needed alternative to save lives: Ukraine harm reduction experience Methadone based integrated care for IDUs in Dnipropetrovsk region of Ukraine

Working with leadership of people who use drugs Stimulant users in the drug use structure in Ukraine

Condoms-related stereotypes as a restraint of IDU women’s right to safe sex in Ukraine Supporting community caregivers in home-based care and support for PLHIV in Irkutsk, Russian Federation The Ukrainian experience of HIV-status disclosure to the child

Client management for HIVinfected children and their families in Osh region of Kyrgyz Republic: problems and opportunities Life with a HIV-infection. Personal


Stetsyuk Russian Federation

individuals, families and communities

09:0018:30

S. Makoveev, M. Kigel Ukraine

Living with co-infections: TB and HIV, HCV, HPV and HIV

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

E. Bilokon Kazakhstan

Access and availability of HIV/AIDS treatment and care, health services and mental health

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

G. Smailova1, L. Kartashova1, L. Akhmedzyanova2 1Kazakhstan, 2Netherlands S. Ankusheva Kazakhstan

Access and availability of HIV/AIDS treatment and care, health services and mental health Access and availability of HIV/AIDS treatment and care, health services and mental health Access and availability of HIV/AIDS treatment and care, health services and mental health

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

Poster Exhibition

experience of HIV-infected women as a form of assistance to people living with AIDS HIV-TB co-infection: diagnostic and treatment for IDUs in Donetsk oblast, Ukraine Providing universal access to services for people living with HIV in the Karaganda region of Kazakhstan Experience of implementing social projects in prisons of the Karaganda region of Kazakhstan The START programme: best practice in transitional client management of inmates in Kazakhstan Socio-psychological support for PLHIV, a necessary condition for commitment to treatment. The results of 26 projects in Russia Effectiveness of short-term preventive interference concerning HIV/STD among labor migrants Increasing the efficiency of the national HIV testing and counselling (HTC) programme in Ukraine: a strategic approach

09:0018:30

I. Zarochintseva Russian Federation

09:0018:30

L. Taisheva, R. Khamitova Russian Federation

Outcome evaluation for HIV programmes

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

I. Perehinets1, O. Eshchenko1, T. Alexandrina1, G. Weiler1, I. Kobyshcha1, L. Khotenashvili2 1Ukraine, 2Denmark Z. Islam1, D. Bruce2, S. Filippovych1, O. Lebega1, T. Perepelytsia1 1Ukraine, 2United States P. Larisa, Drug Users, HIVpositive Prisoners Moldova, Republic of

Models of programme delivery and scale-up

Poster Exhibition

Models of programme delivery and scale-up

Poster Exhibition

Strategies for rapid SMT scale up in highly bureaucratic settings of Ukraine

Laws and policies addressing risk and harm reduction

Poster Exhibition

L. Nanushyan, A. Babloyan

Laws and policies on immigration and

Poster Exhibition

Examples of adequate influence over changes in national policy on harm reduction programmes in Moldovan prisons Repealing HIV related travel restrictions

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

Poster Exhibition


Armenia

travel

in Armenia: achievements and gaps

09:0018:30

I. Zverkova Ukraine

Sexual and reproductive health and rights for women and girls

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

I. Ermolaeva Kyrgyzstan

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

V. Taraniuk Kyrgyzstan

09:0018:30

R. Berg Kyrgyzstan

09:0018:30

I. Bliakharskyi, V. Zhovtyak, O. Hazizova, A. Gubskaya Ukraine

Sexual and reproductive health and rights for women and girls Roles and responsibilities of people living with HIV and vulnerable populations Roles and responsibilities of people living with HIV and vulnerable populations Capacity building for leadership and advocacy

09:0018:30

O. Belyaeva Ukraine

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

D. Bogdan, N. Spicer, J. Aleshkina, K. Chkhatarashvili, G. Murzalieva, N. Rukhadze, A. Samiev Ukraine

Capacity building for leadership and advocacy Capacity building for leadership and advocacy

09:0018:30

I. Maslova, Sex Workers Russian Federation

Capacity building for leadership and advocacy

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

G. Li Kazakhstan

Role of media in policy making

Poster Exhibition

17:0018:30

Moderator: Wanda Nowicka, Poland A. Grzywacz, Poland

Fighting Gender Stereotypes in Order to Overcome the HIV/AIDS Pandemic in Central and Eastern Europe

Global Village Sessions

Poster Exhibition

Poster Exhibition

Poster Exhibition

Poster Exhibition

Lack of access to gynecological services for HIV+ women in rural areas of Odessa region, Ukraine: causes and solutions Women IDUs in Kyrgyzstan: barriers to HIV prevention and care Ensuring access for IDUs to basic health services

Cooperation with the police, to create a conducive environment for harm reduction services GIPA is the basis for a successful organization of PLWH: best practices of all-Ukrainian network of people living with HIV/AIDS (AUKN) Building and working with leadership of people who use drugs Influence of Global Fund (GF) on the role and capacity of civil society organizations’ (CSOs) coalitions and networks in advocating for HIV related issues - a study in Georgia, Kyrgyzstan and Ukraine Policy makers, lawyers, human rights activists and political scientists roles and responsibilities Lights, camera, action! Improving media coverage of HIV and AIDS in Central Asia 17:00 Introduction

17:20 The lack of comprehensive sexuality education in Poland and the strong influence of the Roman Catholic Church


T. Safronova, Russian Federation

K. Pabijanek, Poland

I. Veruashvili, Georgia 18:0019:30

Thursday 22 July 2010

A. Zakowicz, Lithuania

Global Village Youth Pavilion

S. Izambayeva, Russian Federation

Improving Access to Pregnancy Planning and Reproductive Options for PLHIV Through Evidence-Based Policy Development and Advocacy

12:3013:15

Organizer: Fidan Gafarova, Azerbaijan

It is not Easy to be Young and Living with HIV/AIDS

11:00 12:30

Co-Chairs: Michel Kazatchkine, Switzerland Nataliya Leonchuk, Ukraine A. Shakarishvili, Ukraine

Regional Session on Europe and Central Asia

Global Village Youth Pavilion Symposium

S. Shonning, Lithuania

R. Dudnik, Kazakhstan V. Zhovtyak, Ukraine A. Grzywacz, Poland 11:0012:30

Kis, Ukraine

Know Your Epidemic - Know Your Response: MSM and Their Needs in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

Bridging Session

as major obstacles to raising HIV/AIDS awareness among young women and girls 17:30 Women’s rights are human rights. Russian and Ukrainian women living with HIV fighting stigma and discrimination 17:40 HIV positive women’s access to reproductive and sexual rights and health supplies in Poland HIV prevention programmes in the Caucasus 18:10 Existing barriers to pregnancy planning and reproductive services for HIV positive women in Lithuania 18:40 Pregnancy planning and reproductive options for PLHIV in the Russian Federation

11:05 Un-prevented and prevented HIV cases 11:45 Is there enough political commitment and funding? 12:00 Men who have sex with men 12:09 People living with HIV 12:12 Sexual education and young people 11:25 Panel discussion from leaders of the following perspectives: community, youth, religion and countrylevel programming


11:0012:30

I. Mishyna Ukraine

Sex Work, Punitive Laws and Human Rights

Oral Abstract Session

11:0012:30

Chair: Pavlo Skala, Ukraine

As Crucial as a Condom: Legal Aid for Criminalized Groups

Symposium

11:0012:30

Facilitators: Dmytro Sherembey and Konstantin Lezhentsev, Ukraine

Concurrent Sessions

11:0012:30

Facilitator: Elvira Demyanenko, Russian Federation

13:00 14:00

Abdullaev, Tashkent, Uzbekistan L. Pintilei3, V. Toncoglaz3, V. Vovc3, 3Moldova, Republic of

From HIV to TB Activism: How Activism from the HIV Movement has Helped in the Development of Activism in Other Sectors How to Map Vulnerability and Provide Services Effectively for Sex Workers and Injecting Drug Users in Resource-Limited Settings No More People Living with HIV Dying from TB The right to not get TB HIV Prevention in Prisons: Threats and Opportunities

Stepanova1, A. Rakhmanova1, G. Volkova1, M. Martirosyan1, A. Yakovlev1, N. Revzina2, D. Kissin2, S. Hillis2 1Russian Federation, 2United States S. Islamova, Kyrgyzstan

Holistic Approaches Benefit HIV Services

Oral Poster Discussion

Sex Work: Only Rights Can Stop the Wrongs

Symposium

Facilitators: Pavel V. Chikov and Alik Zaripov, Russia Federation Facilitators: Kaleriya Lavrova, Lithuania

Access to Quality, Sustainable HIV Treatment: A Patients Rights Advocacy Through Courts and Media Burnout Prevention for Social Workers

Concurrent Sessions

13:0014:00

13:0014:00

14:3016:00

14:3018:00

14:3018:00

11:50 The role of sex-workers in addressing HIV - can community mobilization help? 11:05 Legal assistance for drug users in Ukraine

Concurrent Sessions

Special Session

13:45 The right to not get TB

Oral Poster Discussion

13:15 Scaling up access to needle and syringe programmes (NSPs) and methadone maintenance treatment (MMT) in prisons in Moldova: successes and challenges 13:15 Integration of family planning services into clinical services for HIVinfected women

Concurrent Sessions

15:10 The challenges to the human rights of female sex workers in Eastern Europe and Central Asia


14:3018:00

14:3018:00

16:3018:00

16:30 18:00

09:0018:30 09:0018:30

09:0018:30

09:0018:30 09:0018:30

09:00-

Dasha Ocheret, Russian Federation Facilitator: Viktorya Sargsyan, Armenia

“Channels Of Hope� for Faith and Secular Community Sensitization and Mobilization to Scale-up the Response to HIV Building and Working with Leadership of People who use Drugs

Concurrent Sessions

HIV Diversity and Evolution

Oral Abstract Session

17:00 Risk-group-associated epidemiological networks with different virus strains in circulation define the development of the HIV-1 epidemic in Lithuania

The Role of Families in HIV Prevention, Treatment, Care and Support

Symposium

A. Bukrinskaya Russian Federation I. Isakov Russian Federation

Mechanisms of activation/inflammation and impact in pathogenesis Mechanisms of activation/inflammation and impact in pathogenesis

Poster Exhibition

E. Bakowska, J. Kubicka, Z. Lewandowski, J. Gizinska, J. Higersberger, A. Ignatowska, P. Pulik, P. Swiecki, E. Firlag Burkacka, A. Horban Poland I. Elvira Russian Federation O. Frolova, E. Belilovsky, D. Pashkevich, L. Migliorini, I. Shinkareva, E. Yurasova Russian Federation T. Smolskaya, K.

Cohort studies

Poster Exhibition

16:50 People who use drugs and barriers to family-based care HIV-1 matrix protein cleaved in infected cells regulates viral assembly Assessment of CD69 expression on CD8+ T-cells in HIV-infected patients Safety and efficacy of switch from AZT or d4T to ABC or TNF. 96 weeks data from observational cohort: POLCA 002 study

First line therapy

Poster Exhibition

Epidemiology of tuberculosis and HIV

Poster Exhibition

Efficiency of phosphazide in the antiretroviral therapy patterns Trends and reasons for increased TB/ HIV case notification in the Russian Federation

Capacity building for HIV

Poster

Overview of social HIV

Facilitators: Olga Belyaeva and Alexey Zagrebelny, Ukraine V. Loukachov1, E. Gasich2, A. Gilyazova3, A. Griskevicius4, S. Caplinskas4, V. Lukashov1 1Netherlands, 2Belarus, 3Russian Federation, 4Lithuania Belyeva O., Ukraine

Concurrent Sessions

Poster Exhibition


18:30

Eritsyan, S. Ogurtsova, A. Yakovleva Russian Federation S. Khasiyev, H. Gadirova, E. Almammadova, J. Suleymanova, F. Alakbarov Azerbaijan E. Vovc, M. Kornilova, O. Storozhenko, I. Jekabsone Russian Federation

prevention research

Exhibition

prevention programmes in the Russian Federation - a sociological survey

Behavioural surveillance

Poster Exhibition

Bio-behavioural survey among the street children in Azerbaijan

Behavioural surveillance

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

I. Shvab Ukraine

Population-based surveys with HIV testing

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

T. Saliuk, T. Petrenko, G. Anton Ukraine

Population-based surveys with HIV testing

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

M. Samko Ukraine

Monitoring and evaluation of HIV prevention, care and treatment

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

I. Veretko, K. Dumchev, S. Dvoryak, I. Grishayeva Ukraine A. Tadevosyan, H. Karapetyan, A. Gyulbudaghyan, S. Grigoryan, A. Mkrtchyan Armenia S. Aufenkamp, E. Arutyunova, E. Shmykova, T. Kazantseva Russian Federation A. Samarina1, M. Whiteman2, D. Kissin2, K. Curtis2, P. Marchbanks2, D. Jamieson2, N.

Improving quality of care in prevention, treatment, care and support

Poster Exhibition

HIV infection and viral hepatitis among injection drug users - a biobihavioral study results from four sites in Russia regions Integrated bio-behavioral survey (IBBS) among “bridge populations� in Ukraine: IDUs and their sexual partners Female sex workers in Ukraine become a primary target group for prevention programs Unique ID code implementation for HIV/AIDS prevention programme clients in Odessa region, Ukraine, has positively influenced on the programme monitoring data quality Methadone treatment scale-up in Ukraine: a time for quality assurance

Improving quality of care in prevention, treatment, care and support

Poster Exhibition

Problems of palliative care for patients with AIDS/HIV in Armenia

Family planning and reproductive health services as entry point for HIV prevention, treatment, care and support Family planning and reproductive health services as entry point for HIV prevention, treatment, care and support

Poster Exhibition

Adding family planning to sustain HIV prevention gains among female sex workers in St Petersburg, Russia Access to modern contraception among HIV-infected women receiving clinical care

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

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09:0018:30

Poster Exhibition


09:0018:30

Revzina2, N. Akatova1, M. Martirosyan1, S. Hillis2 1Russian Federation, 2United States K. Kolesnyk, A. Korneev, N. Filippova Ukraine

Children, child development and childcare

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

L. Bulah Ukraine

Children, child development and childcare

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

A. Cheredayko Uzbekistan

Children, child development and childcare

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

I. Krasheninnikova Russian Federation

Holistic approaches in service delivery

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

N. Rekhtina Russian Federation

Holistic approaches in service delivery

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

A. Zagaynova, M. Akulova, R. Bahrambegi Russian Federation

Health system models that bridge health facilities and community

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

M. Rosenbaum1, M. Leimbach1, Z. Stanishesvka2, M. Stanishevski2 1Germany, 2Ukraine

Strategies to involve communities in participation in HIV programmes

Poster Exhibition

Standardization of the test of definition of level of uneasiness “The children’s form of manifest anxiety scale” for HIV+ children of younger school age (6-12 years) in Donetsk region of Ukraine Factors that influence the decision to abandon children born to HIV positive women in Ukraine Experience of disclosure of status to HIV positive children on the example of the daycare center for children and families affected by HIV “Qaldirgoch”, Tashkent, Uzbekistan Developing client management services to provide individual medical and social support to former prison inmates Monitoring and evaluation of projects in the field of non-medical services for people living with HIV/AIDS in Russia Experience of the Russian Red Cross visiting nurses in providing medical and psychological assistance to HIV-positive women and infants born to them in Irkutsk city (East Siberia), Russian Federation Making church resources work: activating parishes and training volunteer consultants for providing better access to HIV- and drug related


services in rural Ukraine Development of an effective cooperation model among TB services, NGOs and AIDS centers aimed at improvement of health care services to HIV-positive people From policy to practice: case study of HIV testing programmes for pregnant women in Ukraine

09:0018:30

K. Zverkov Ukraine

Role of community organizations in health systems strengthening

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

N. Kostenko1, E. King2, V. Tripathi2, E. Finnerty2, H. Skipalska1, S. Hodgdon2 1Ukraine, 2United States Z. Mayilyan Armenia

Laws and policies regarding or affecting HIV testing

Poster Exhibition

Laws and policies regarding or affecting HIV prevention and treatment and/or care for people living with HIV Laws and policies regarding or affecting HIV in the workplace and educational institutions Laws and policies regarding or affecting HIV in the workplace and educational institutions Laws and policies regarding or affecting HIV in the workplace and educational institutions

Poster Exhibition

The governments of two countries automatically divorce many families

Poster Exhibition

Analysis of the Tajik legislation: issues related to HIV/AIDS and world of work

Poster Exhibition

Human rights violations against sexworkers by the Kyrgyz law enforcement units Documenting PLWH stigma in Belarus – finding key to the closed door

Laws and policies regarding or affecting HIV in the workplace and educational institutions Laws and policies regarding or affecting HIV in the workplace and educational institutions

Poster Exhibition

Laws and policies regarding or affecting HIV in the workplace and educational institutions

Poster Exhibition

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

09:0018:30

E. Kudriavtseva1, F. Saidov2 1Russian Federation, 2Tajikistan D. Bakirova Kyrgyzstan

L. Grigoryeva1, E. Khadonovich1, J. Hows2, A. Vardomatskij1, N. Efimova1, E. Saklakova1, A. Zhurkova1, I. Klintukhova1 1Belarus, 2Netherlands N. Isaieva, Sexworkers Ukraine

09:0018:30

E. Romanyak Russian Federation

09:0018:30

M. Bernatt, B. Grabowska Poland

Poster Exhibition

Poster Exhibition

Sex-workers’ community in Ukraine faces human rights violations by police and public health institutions Confronting Russia’s Achilles’ heel: drug users with HIV and drug dependency represent a disproportionate large amount of HIV infection cases in Russia Access to public services professions of HIV people - lesson for Eastern Europe


09:0018:30

K. Kulessa, L. Bardakova, I. Zhukov, A. Mordovin, M. Akulova, S. Avdeev, L. Yandieva Russian Federation Organizer: Maya Terekulova, Kazakhstan

Protection, empowerment and involvement of people living with HIV and vulnerable populations

Poster Exhibition

Hustle Jack-n-Jill

09:00 10:30

Sherembey, D., Ukraine

HIV and Incarceration: Prisons and Detention

Global Village Youth Pavilion: Dance Plenary session

11:00 12:30

Lezhentsev, Konstantin, Ukraine

Uniting Forces for Access to Hepatitis C Treatment

Bridging Session

11:0012:30

A. Bobrik, Russian Federation Moderator: Olga Andreeva, Uzbekistan D. Mirsagatov, Uzbekistan

No Resources, No Results!

Bridging Session

Photography is a Youth Language: Focus on HIV

GV Presentation with Q&A

16:0016:30

Friday 23 July 2010

11:0012:00

Provision of comprehensive services to street sex workers(SWs)/injecting drug users(IDUs) in the Russian Federation

11:25 Voice from the region: access to HCV treatment in Eastern Europe 11:15 Panel discussion

11:15 Photography to raise awareness about HIV/AIDS: Y-PEER photo contest

ВЕЦА на конференции AIDS 2010  
ВЕЦА на конференции AIDS 2010  

ВЕЦА на конференции AIDS 2010

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