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WHO and UNAIDS are co-hosting a satellite session to share the voluntary medical male circumcision (VMMC) new strategic directions for 2017- 2021. This first year of the SDG era (2016 – 2030) provides an opportunity to shift focus and implement new strategic directions that are founded on a people-centred approach. The session will examine the alignment of these strategic directions with new global goals that focus on scale-up to achieve the UNAIDS fast track HIV incidence reduction targets and to broaden service packages and delivery platforms for adolescent boys and men towards sustainability.

08:00
MOSA0701
Opening
08:15
MOSA0702
Introduction
Gottfried Hirnschall, World Health Organization (WHO), Switzerland
08:25
MOSA0703
VMMC aligned with a new landscape and global HIV, STI and adolescent health goals towards ending AIDS and sustaining intervention platforms, 2017-2021
Karl Dehne, UNAIDS, Switzerland
Slides
08:35
MOSA0704
Synergies – Multi-sectoral Comprehensive sexuality education
Chris Castle, UNESCO, South Africa
Slides
08:45
MOSA0705
Focused action to scale up for adolescent boys and young men
Alfred Adams, University of Amsterdam, Swaziland
Slides
08:55
MOSA0706
Innovate -- Looking at VMMC linkages for sexual and reproductive and other health needs
Owen Mugurungi, Ministry of Health and Child Welfare, Zimbabwe
Slides
09:10
MOSA0707
Accountability and commitment Financing for next five years to achieve 75% reduction in HIV incidence through combination prevention and vision on the the funding shifts needed beyond 2020
Lee Abdelfadil,
09:20
MOSA0708
Key perspectives from PEPFAR for the next five years
Heather Watts, Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator, PEPFAR, United States
Slides
09:30
MOSA0709
Synergies - Packages and services Adolescent and young people specific for health and well-being
Tajudeen Oyewale, UNICEF, United States
Slides
09:40
MOSA0710
Foundations for the future and success: Communities, young people and health workers
Pierre Somse, South Africa
09:50
MOSA0711
Closing remarks