Are you planning to attend the International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA)? Are you looking for good practices and lessons learnt when working with key populations? Then make sure you don’t miss out on our activities. Bridging the Gaps is present in various ways: visit our unique and stunning key population photo exhibition, our vibrant booth in the community village, and our satellite meeting ‘How to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030? Key populations are paving the way’. This meeting is a compelling manifesto about human rights and access to health care for everyone, including key population community members.

Download the flyer with a summary of our activities to bring to the conference.

Satellite: How to end the AIDS epidemic by 2030? Key populations are paving the way.

Our satellite, a compelling manifesto, asking policy-makers, government officials and international donors to address universal human rights and access to health care for everybody together with key population communities. Three key population representatives from South Africa, Uganda and Zimbabwe will share what they and their communities are doing to end HIV/AIDS by 2030. A panel discussion consisting of a vibrant mix of stakeholders from national governments, international programmes and multilateral organisations that will respond to the needs of key population communities and how they perceive the road towards 2030.

Date: Tuesday 1 December
Time: 19.30-20.30
Location: Committee Room 5a &b

A photo exhibition calling for more focus on key populations in ending AIDS

exhibitions-coverRajesh, Bradley and Cindy invite you to step into their world and experience what it is like to be a drug user living with HIV in Nepal, a young gay man in Botswana or a sex worker in Uganda. Through their photo stories, made in collaboration with award winning photographer Chris de Bode, we want to create more visibility about the challenges they encounter and the HIV risks they face. 

The exhibition is located right next to the stage in the Community Village. Make sure to come to the official opening of the exhibition and meet some of our exhibition stars.

Date opening reception: 30 November
Time: 16.45-18.15
Location: Main stage Community village

Bridging the Gaps booth in the community village

Our booth in the community village is a vibrant place where you can link with and learn from experts of SRHR and HIV programmes for key populations.

Date: Between 30 November and 4 December
Location: Booth 24 in the Community Village

We hope to see you in Harare!