Key Population Empowerment Leadership Program | Understanding Normative Guidance Technical Brief & Webinar

MPact is excited to introduce the first in a series of eight upcoming technical briefs and accompanying webinars, titled “Understanding Current Normative Guidance for Comprehensive HIV and STI Prevention and Treatment for Key Populations”

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The newly launched technical brief seeks to demystify normative guidance, share current implementation tools, and highlight recommendations on using normative guidance to design and implement effective HIV and STI services and advocacy. It also provides examples of the successful use of normative guidance by key population communities from different regions.

Want to learn more about the issues discussed in our technical brief? Watch a recording of our recent webinar “Demystifying HIV Normative Guidance for Key Populations”

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Speakers:

  • Valentin Simionov, Program Coordinator, International Network of People who Use Drugs (INPUD)
  • Mahri Bahati, MPH, Director of Programs, A Global Network of Trans Women and HIV(IRGT)
  • Phelister Abdalla, National Coordinator, Kenya Sex Workers Alliance (KESWA).
  • Mohan D. Sundararaj, Interim Executive Director, MPact 

Moderator:

  • Omar Banos, Senior Technical Advisor, MPact

The webinar is part of an eight-part series from MPact’s Key Population Empowerment Leadership (KELP) program funded by FHI360 and ViiV Healthcare (U.K.).  MPact will issue a certificate of completion for our Key Population Empowerment Leadership (KELP) Program for those who attend a minimum of five of our virtual webinars, and successfully answer a survey after the series. Be sure to stay tuned for upcoming announcements about the next technical briefs and webinars which will cover topics including:

  • Using social media for community mobilization and demand generation
  • PrEP as an intervention for key populations
  • Designing effective structural interventions
  • Principles and case examples of community-led monitoring
  • Advocates Guide to Prioritizing Key Populations in PEPFAR COP/ROP Processes
  • Advocates Guide to Prioritizing Key Populations in Global Fund Processes
  • Optimizing national HIV targets
  • Using data for advocacy

The Key Population Empowerment Leadership Program is sponsored by