Access to Treatment Options for Women Living with HIV
In 2017, WHO published the Consolidated Guideline on the Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR) of women living with HIV. It is a ground-breaking document as it robustly engaged women living with HIV and their networks, covering key concerns and priorities of women living with HIV.
Despite this guideline, women continue to face challenges in accessing treatment options. There is extensive evidence to support this. Barriers to access and ‘options’ are even more visible over recent months, following mixed reactions to the WHO warning on May 18, 2018 citing a potential risk of neural tube defects (NTDs) in babies born to women taking DTG during conception and pregnancy in Botswana.
The Salamander Trust, supported by UNAIDS, is hosting a webinar to discuss the following agenda:
• What is the situation?
• What advocacy has taken place nationally and/or globally?
• Where are we now and what is still required?
Thursday November 15th 2018
15:00 – 16:300 CAT
Please confirm your participation by Tuesday 13th November 2018 to email@example.com
How to participate
• Follow this link https://zoom.us/j/927526941
• Click on Join Meeting – Meeting ID: 927 526 941
• You will receive a pop-up asking: ‘Do you want to run this application?’ Click ‘RUN‘ and this will take you to the join the meeting screen.
• You can test your mic and speakers to see if they are working for the meeting – Click ‘Test Mic and Speaker‘ and close the window when you are finished.
• To Join the Meeting – Click ‘Join Conference via mic and speaker’
• International numbers available: https://zoom.us/u/atSZOzQmi