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Heard the first 4 episodes of the podcast series? If not, do so to recall (learn about) the ‘darkest days’ of and why we believe that hold the key to ending as a public health threat
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IAPAC Jul 16
Join us July 21, 2019, for the 90-90-90 Targets Update at for a global update; country updates from China, France, México, and South Africa; and city updates from Bangkok, London, México City, and New York City; register today
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Fast-Track Cities Jul 12
Did you miss an opportunity to submit an abstract(s) for our 2019 conference in London? Here is a secret: We are keeping the online abstract submission portal open for one more week... Do not procrastinate!
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Fast-Track Cities Jul 11
The 2019 conference in London will host stakeholders accelerating their local and responses; proud to confirm Mayor Vitaly Klitschko will join us to represent his and speak to successes and challenges
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Fast-Track Cities Jul 10
What are the gaps that US are identifying that challenge prevention scale-up, notably ? A word cloud describes the gaps cited by stakeholders at ⁩ gap-asset analysis workshop supported by ⁩.
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Fast-Track Cities Jul 9
Thank you and ; we are excited to welcome to network next month, our third Fast-Track City (County) in Texas!
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Fast-Track Cities Jul 9
Are you registered to attend the 2019 conference in London? If so, you may be wish to go to the pre-conference session, It’s All About Public Health, focused on implementation science (9 am-1 pm, Sept. 8, 2019)
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IAPAC Jul 9
Through support, we are conducting elimination workshops in 10 US ; here is a typical word cloud describing gaps identified by local stakeholders that can guide efforts to meet HCV targets in Declaration on
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IAPAC Jul 8
How are countries and cities faring in their efforts to reach (or surpass) the 90-90-90 targets? Join us for a pre- 90-90-90 Targets Update, taking place Sunday, July 21, 2019 (make sure to register; space limited)
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IAPAC Jul 6
Chalone Savant is our new City Program Officer helping to coordinate our activities in eThekwini for joint Project; she joined our VP/CMO for visits with eThekwini District Health Office and Civil Society Forum and
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José M Zuniga Jun 27
Thanks to Mayor for your leadership today in signing the Declaration on , and for acknowledging the critical importance of community engagement and involvement to attain and surpass the 90-90-90 targets
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IAPAC Jun 27
Today welcomed as the 24th US municipality to join the global network to :
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IAPAC Jul 5
We are proud to join forces with the Partnership to link our and work; : ‘This strategic alliance unites us in a cohesive approach to defeat TB in urban settings.’
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Fast-Track Cities Jul 5
Thank you to stakeholders from Bordeaux, Brussels, Lyon, Monaco, Montpellier, Nice, and for your engagement at the Francophone European Workshop in . Jusqu'à la prochaine fois!
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Fast-Track Cities Jul 5
On behalf of , one of the four core partners of the initiative, , the Director of , welcomes stakeholders to the Workshop for Francophone European today in
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Fast-Track Cities Jul 5
The Workshop for Francophone European began today in with welcome remarks by our VP/Strategic Partnerships Bertrand Audoin; Olivier Guérin, Nice’s Deputy Mayor for Health; and Caroline Navarre, Montpellier’s Deputy Mayor for Health Prevention
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IAPAC Jul 4
Baton Rouge and New Orleans are two whose responses can serve as models for our global network of cities that are dedicated to ending as as a public health threat
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IAPAC Jul 4
Introducing our new City Project Officer Ganendra Kristandya, who will help coordinate our programmatic activities in Jakarta supporting the joint Project; he was joined on a planning visit to UNAIDS Indonesia by our VP/Programs Chris Duncombe
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Fast-Track Cities Jul 3
Through support from , will convene Bordeaux, Bruxelles, Lyon, Monaco, Montpellier, Nice, and later this week in for a European Francophone Workshop.
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Fast-Track Cities Jun 30
Congrats for forming an Alliance; Mayors are creating safe havens for and protecting their citizens from homophobia and transphobia (phobias that are propagated by ideologues who are intent on division)
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