On September 27, 2021, from 09.30 to 12.30 a Round table “Accelerating the response to the HIV / AIDS epidemic in Osh city” will be held in Osh city (Kyrgyzstan).
The Kyrgyz Republic, along with other UN members, joined and is implementing the “Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS: On the Fast-Track to Accelerate the Fight against HIV and to End the AIDS Epidemic by 2030”.
The event organized with the support of the Alliance for Public Health and the Regional Project “Sustainability of Services for Key Populations in the Eastern Europe and Central Asia Regions” (#SoS_project) and will be attended by invited guests who will share their experiences and strategies in relation to COVID, drug policy, as well as harm reduction to health and society against HIV, tuberculosis and social disintegration.
On the Round table will be presented data the implementation of the city’s HIV program and state social contracting in Osh city. The event will host participants from international organizations, deputies of the сity, Kenesh of Osh city, representatives of law enforcement agencies, heads of medical institutions, local offices, non-governmental organizations.
Among the speakers:
- Almaz Mambetov, Mayor of Osh city
- Jakob Huber, Senior Partner Licit
- Andriy Klepikov, Alliance for Public Health
- Ravshan Mazhitov Director of the Plus Center Foundation
- Aibar Sultangaziev, Partnership Network Association
- Akylbek Mamaseyitov Head of the Internal Affairs Department of Osh city
- Gulgaky Mamasalieva, Director of Interbilim Osh
As well as other representatives of departments, international and non-governmental organizations.
SoS_project: The implementation of the three-year project coordinated by the Alliance for Public Health, in a consortium with the 100% Life (All-Ukrainian Network of PLWH), the Central Asian HIV’ Association and the Eurasian Key Populations Health Network, with the participation of national governmental and non-governmental organizations, regional key populations networks , international agencies and organizations, as well as technical partners, with financial support The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria