ICAAP 10 th  Busan, Korea 2011

ICAAP 10 Evalulation (Click Download)
Plenary Sessions
Aug. 27 (Sat) 09:00-10:30 Plenary Session 1: Getting Zero in the Asia and Pacific Region

Chair: David Wilson (World Bank), USA
Co-Chair: Vince Crisostomo (Seven Sisters), Thailand

(Summary by Miss Benjaporn Youngvisag and Miss Kitiya Pom-on)

1.‘Getting to Zero’ In Asia And The Pacific(Click download)

Steve Kraus (UNAIDS Regional Support Team, Asia Pacific), USA

2.Engaging Young Key Affected Population in Asia and Pacific In Ownership and Leadership in the HIV Response

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Gerard Ompad (Youth LEAD), Philippines

3.Epidemic and Response in Korea - Progress, Challenges and Opportunities(Click download).

Duk Hyung Lee (Korea Centers for Disease Control & Prevention), Republic of Korea

4.The Epidemic and the Response in the Pacific – the Role of Political Leaders(Click download)

Ratu Epeli Nailatikau (President of Fiji), Fiji

Aug. 27 (Sat) 13:30-15:00 Plenary Session 2: Legal Impediments to Universal Access which also Enhance Stigma and Discrimination

Chair: Jon Ungphakorn (Commissioner of the Global Commission on HIV and the Law, former Senator and a long time rights activist), Thailand Co-Chair: TBC (Click Download)

(Summary by Miss Benjaporn Youngvisag)


SaPS-03.At the Front Line – Sex Workers Rights And Communities Role In Transforming Negative Legal Environments

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Kay Thi Win (Population Services International / Myanmar), Myanmar

SaPS-04.By Virtue Of Being Human All People Have Equal Rights(Click download)

Jenithaa Santhirasekaran (Malaysian AIDS Council), Malaysia

Aug. 28 (Sun) 09:00-10:30 Plenary Session 3: Recent progress in Basic and Clinical HIV research:Outcomes from Asia and the Pacific

Chair: Aikichi Iwamato (Univ. of Tokyo), Japan
Co-Chair: Young-chul Sung (POSTECH), Republic of Korea

(Summary by Mrs.Kulyisa Tachapetpaiboon)

SuPS3-01.Recent Progress in Basic Science (Click download)

Sang-Kyung Lee (Hanyang University), Republic of Korea

SuPS3-02.The Journey - HIV/AIDS Treatment and Prevention (Click download)

Praphan Phanuphak (The Thai Red Cross AIDS Research Centre), Thailand

SuPS3-03.Issues of HIV+ children and progress made in management - and lessons for Asia and the Pacific

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Jintanat Ananworanich (Deputy Director in Scientific Affairs at HIV-NAT), Thailand

SuPS3-04.From the laboratory to the field - Advances in prevention sciences (Click download)

Ying-Ru Lo (World Health Organization), Switzerland





Aug. 29 (Mon) 09:00-10:30 Plenary Session 4: Prevention in the Rapidly Changing MSM Communities of Today

Chair: Stuart Koe (APCOM), Singapore
Co-Chair: TBC

(Summary by Miss Saranya Boonyai)


MoPS4-02.Rapid Changes among MSM and TG in Asia Pacific: Who, What, Where… And Why? (Click download)

Frits van Griensven (Thai MOPH-US CDC Collaboration), USA

MoPS4-03.Think Nationally, Act Locally: A Strategy To Reach Hidden Gay Men And Other MSM(Click download)

Tono Permana Muhammad(The Indonesian Gay, Waria and Other MSM National Network (GWL-INA)), Indonesia

MoPS4-04.Community And Leadership Mobilization For Rapid Change: The South Asia Experience(Click download)

Shivananda Khan (Naz Foundation International (APCOM)), India

Aug. 30 (Tue) 09:00-10:30 Plenary Session 5: The Changing Political and Financial Environmental and its Implication for AIDS: Where are We Heading for?

Chair: TBC
Co-Chair: Nafsiah Mboi (National AIDS Commission), Indonesia

(Summary by Mr.Kyaw Min Soe)

TuPS5-01.Changing Global Architecture and HIV(Click download)

Dennis Altman (Institute for Human Security La Trobe University), Austrailia

TuPS5-02.Is The AIDS Financing Dying for The Region ?(Click download)

Swarup Sarkar (Independent Expert), France

TuPS5-03.Meeting the HIV/AIDS Challenge in Asia and the Pacific (Click download)

Ursula Schäfer-Preuss (Asian Development Bank), Philippines

TuPS5-04.A Call for Courage in Philanthropic and Corporate Responses to AIDS (Click download)

Daniel Jae-Won Lee (Levi Strauss Foundation), USA

Aug 30 (Tue) Closing Ceremory

(Summary by Miss Nootchawan Boonruang)


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