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In the era of ‘treat all’, differentiated models of antiretroviral therapy (ART) delivery are critical to reaching the ambitious 90-90-90 targets and need to be scaled up. ‘A Decision Framework for Differentiated ART Delivery’ provides a key entry point for ART programme managers to develop implementation plans. The goal of the Decision Framework is to optimize the delivery of ART care both for the patient and the health system through innovative ART programming strategies. Using the Decision Framework, this workshop enables participants to prioritize implementation plans for their districts or clinics. Drawing on a range of expertise from multiple partners and field experience, the highly interactive workshop develops the participants’ skills and knowledge of differentiated ART delivery. Participants have the opportunity to engage with co-facilitators from unique backgrounds and interact with not only the Decision Framework but other toolkits, websites, and resources.

11:00
THWS0201
Introduction to key concepts
Anna Grimsrud, International AIDS Society (IAS), South Africa
Slides
11:20
THWS0202
MOH Country experiences
Peter Ehrenkranz, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, United States
Nomthandazo Lukhele, Swaziland National AIDS Programme (SNAP), Swaziland
Crispin Moyo, Ministry of Health, Zambia
11:35
THWS0203
Client perspectives
Mgcini Sibanda, HIV/AIDS Activist, Zimbabwe
11:50
THWS0204
Group models of ART delivery (both client and health care worker led, facility and community based)
Lynne Wilkinson, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), South Africa
Ruth Henwood, Médecins Sans Frontières, South Africa
12:05
THWS0205
Individual models of ART delivery (facility and community based)
Helen Bygrave, Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF), South Africa
12:20
THWS0206
Wrap up