TASO at ICASA 2013

The AIDS Support Oraganisation (TASO) is at the 17th International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA). TASO is pleased to be part of this conference to share her experience and practice in the HIV response in the last 26 years. Over the period TASO has innovated, tested , adopted and perfected best practices in HIV prevention, care and Support. Some of these have been packaged in both oral and poster presentations that the TASO team is sharing during the presentation. Besides the formal learning events, the TASO team is available to share and learn with other participants their other experiences in any available opportunity.  Look out for the TASO Team at the RATN booth and engage them to share and compare “notes” in the response. We talk the opportunity to wish all the delegates a fruitful conference.

Poster presentations by the TASO delegates

  • From Evidence To Programming, Mass Mobile Safe Male Circumcision: Lessons From Ugandan Rural Sites-A Case Study Of TASO Uganda. Christine Nabiryo, David Kagimu, Stephen Okoboi
  • A Successful Approach To Scaling Up Quality HIV Prevention Services Among Sex Workers: TASO Uganda Experience. Peter Ijotre, Robert Lukwago
  • Integrating family planning services into comprehensive HIV care and treatment clinics: a case of the aids support organization (TASO) Tororo. Stephen Okoboi, Oceng Ronald, Dr. Lydia Namwanje
  • Prevention of Mother To Child Transmission (PMTCT) the best means of HIV prevention - the TASO experience. Malende Shafik 1, Judith Obita1
  • Factors affecting acceptance of couple HIV counseling and testing: retrospective review of the AIDS Support Organization (TASO) Apac HBHCT/malaria 3 years project data, CDC funded project: Livingstone Ssali, Wasagami Francis, Dr. Ngobi Charles, Ochwo Micheal, Dr. Etukoit Bernard Micheal
  • Reaching out to the key population in our communities: The AIDS Support Organization (TASO) Mbarara Experience.Kyogabirwe Ziporah, Naturinda Amelia, Amanya Jeff
  • “Moving Towards Zero New Infections”. The Reality Of Early Infant Identification, Diagnosis And Linkage At TASO Uganda. Babirye Joyce, Hamid Leila, Ochom Eric, Kerukadho Emanuel, Logose Barbra
  • Effectiveness Of Community Drug Distribution Point (CDDP) Model Of ART Service Delivery In Rural Uganda: A Retrospective Cohort Analysis. Stephen Okoboi, Oceng Ronald