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Global AIDS funding is on the edge of collapse. Funding has remained flat for years, meanwhile millions more people in resource-constrained countries have become eligible for treatment under the new WHO guidelines. The funding gap now stands at $6 billion to $10 billion per year. The need for funding advocacy is now more urgent than ever. Join us for a panel discussion on what advocacy steps must be taken to help close the funding gap and prevent millions of deaths due to AIDS.

18:30
Introduction
Jorge Saavedra, AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Mexico
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18:50
TUSA2101
Presentation I
Olga Stefanishina, CEO, NGO Patients of Ukraine,
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19:10
TUSA2102
Presentation II
Jose Antonio Izazola-Licea, Chief of Evaluation and Economics Division, UNAIDS, Switzerland
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19:30
TUSA2103
Presentation III
Michael Weinstein, AIDS Healthcare Foundation, United States
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19:50
TUSA2104
Presentation IV
Steven Forsythe, President, International AIDS & Economics Network,
20:10
TUSA2105
Presentation V
Michael Ruffner, U.S. President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), United States