Learn more about Go Further's work to end AIDS and cervical cancer in sub-Saharan Africa during #AIDS2022
Launched in May 2018, Go Further is an innovative public-private partnership between the U.S. President Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief (PEPFAR), the George W. Bush Institute, UNAIDS, Merck, and Roche.
Go Further is committed to creating a healthier future for women by integrating and scaling-up cervical cancer screening and treatment services within existing platforms for HIV prevention and treatment and women’s health.
The partners of Go Further are delighted to be participating in the 24th International AIDS Conference. Here’s how you can learn more about our partnership, the contributions of the partners, and the work being done in 12 African countries to reduce incidence and deaths from cervical cancer, especially among women living with HIV.
Meet with Go Further Partners
Join us on July 29 between 12:00-2:00 pm at the PEPFAR Booth for a special “Ask the Expert” session on women’s health featuring Go Further partner representatives. Stop by to chat with Go Further partners and experts from the PEPFAR field teams who will share about the partnership and its ongoing efforts to increase access to screening and treatment for cervical cancer among women living with HIV.
Attend a Session that Features the Partnership’s Work
1. Long, healthy and quality lives through integrated NCD and HIV prevention and care for people living with and affected by HIV
WHEN: Wednesday 27th July 2022, 9:00am-12:30pm, EDT
LOCATION: Room 511, Palais des congrès de Montreal, 1001 Place Jean-Paul-Riopelle
ABOUT: Ani Shakarishvili, Team Lead, Access to HIV Treatment and Care, and Integration at UNAIDS will speak at this preconference event. The event provides a space for HIV and NCD communities to come together and discuss how to join efforts and identify catalytic and transformative solutions for achieving the best HIV and health outcomes for affected communities across the globe.
ORGANIZERS: NCD Alliance, co-hosted by NCDA, the Quality of Life partnership (including GNP+, STOPAIDS, and Frontline AIDS), UNAIDS, International AIDS Society, The Leona M. and Harry B. Helmsley Charitable Trust, and the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation
2. Cervical Cancer Screening and HIV Integration: Country Experiences with HPV testing in the SUCCESS Project
WHEN: Monday, August 1 from 8:00-9:00am, EDT
LOCATION: Room 517b/Channel 4
ABOUT: The session will feature presentations by Go Further partner representatives Ani Shakarishvili, Team Lead, Access to HIV Treatment and Care, and Integration at UNAIDS, on UNAIDS’ strategy for integration and data management, and Michelle Chevalier, Senior Technical Advisor for Women’s Health at the U.S. State Department’s Office of the Global AIDS Coordinator on PEPFAR’s contributions towards the WHO global strategy for cervical cancer elimination.
ORGANIZERS: Jhpiego, Expertise France, UICC
Review an Abstract
1. Advancing integration of cervical cancer screening and treatment in faith-based health facilities in Uganda
e-poster presented by Joseph Ekong
2. Cervical Cancer screening outcomes among Women living with HIV In Malawi
e-poster presented by Owen Kumwenda
3. Cervical Pre-Cancer in Women with HIV in the Context of Highly Effective Antiretroviral Therapy
e-poster presented by Ajay Parikh
4. Using a robust approach to rapidly scale up integration of cervical cancer screening and treatment of pre-cancerous lesions in HIV clinics
Poster exhibition presented by Sylvia Namaganda Aleserwe Hope
5. Where do we stand in the path towards cervical cancer elimination in Mozambique?
e-poster presented by Marilena Urso
Follow us on Social Media
Follow us on social media where we will release updated data on numbers of screenings completed and precancerous lesions treated, stories of women our partnership has helped, and highlights from the AIDS2022 conference.