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This session aims to support individual preferences and realities. By having safer conception options can eliminate HIV transmission risks to partners and babies while supporting HIV-affected people to meet their important reproductive goals. This includes three strategies for reducing HIV transmission during pregnancy attempts, identify guidelines supporting the rollout of safer conception strategies and share the online resources to support providers and patients in implementing safer conception. The panel presentation and discussions is hosted by GlobalSHARE and moderated by youth leaders to model the important role young people play in this conversation:

The panel discussion addresses these questions: What is safer conception? Who needs safer conception? What about other safer conception options? How are services rolling out in in Kenya, South Africa, Canada and the U.S.? Treatment as Prevention and Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis 

16:00
TUGS0801
Intro to safer conception, sexual & reproductive health and GlobalSHARE
Yamini Oseguera-Bhatnagar, HIVE, United States
Angela Kaida, Simon Fraser University, Canada
16:05
TUGS0802
Sexual and reproductive rights based perspective, woman-centered model
Jacqueline Wambui, National Empowerment Network of PLHIV in Kenya, Kenya
16:25
TUGS0803
What do sexual/reproductive rights mean to youth?
Rosina Machete, TBC, South Africa
Gcina Kumalo, TBC, South Africa
Taft Weber-Kilpack, TBC, United States
16:45
TUGS0804
Safer conception projects in Kenya: lessons learned
Sheila Eshiwani, Kenyatta National Hospital, Kenya
Njambi Njuguna, Partners in Health, Research and Development, Kenya
Slides
17:05
TUGS0805
Safer conception projects in North America: lessons learned
Marvelous Muchenje, Canada
Shannon Weber, University of California, San Fransisco, United States
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17:25
TUGS0806
Conclusions, next steps, Q&A