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In 2011 the Global Plan toward the elimination of new HIV infections among children by 2015 and keeping their mothers live was launched at the United Nations, providing the foundation for country-led movements toward ending AIDS in children and ensuring the continued health of mothers and women. This satellite will focus on progress related to the Global Plan, the recently launched Start Free/Stay Free/AIDS Free framework (and related super fast-track goals), examples of country success, the role of the private sector in driving progress, and personal perspectives of a young woman living with HIV since birth. Speakers include: Chip Lyons, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation Ambassador Deborah Birx, U.S. Global AIDS Coordinator Michel Sidibe, UNAIDS Anthony Lake, UNICEF Gottfried Hirnschall, World Health Organization Adrian Thomas, Johnson & Johnson Angela Mushavi, Ministry of Health and Child Care, Zimbabwe Josephine Nabukenya, Uganda

10:15
MOSA1301
Introduction and opening remarks
Chip Lyons, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation, United States
10:35
MOSA1302
Global Plan - backgrounds, results, areas for focus
Luiz Loures, UNAIDS, Switzerland
10:55
MOSA1303
Start Free, stay Free, AIDS Free
Deborah Birx, United States
11:15
MOSA1304
An AIDS Free Generation Starts with Children
Anthony Lake, UNICEF, United States
11:35
MOSA1305
Innovation for Accelerated Action
Gottfried Hirnschall, World Health Organization (WHO), Switzerland
11:55
MOSA1306
The role of public/private partnerships
Adrian Thomas, United States
12:15
MOSA1307
What models can get us there?
Angela Mushavi, Ministry of Health and Child Welfare, Zimbabwe
12:35
MOSA1308
Personal Story - Adolescent/Young woman
Josephine Nabukenya, EGPAF Ambassador, Uganda