Meet MSH Poster Presenters

The International AIDS Society accepted 17 posters by MSH staff.

(Meet more MSH staff on Wednesday and Thursday 12:30-14:30.)

Tuesday, July 21

Sam Wanamama, Uganda

Sam Wanamama presented on “Follow up of circumcised clients at 48-hours post-surgery in Uganda: reducing adverse events and reinforcing prevention messages.” {Photo credits: Christine Rogers/MSH.}

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Monday, July 20

Megh Jagriti, Southern Africa

 Megh Jagriti, senior technical advisor, Building Local Capacity (BLC) for Delivery of HIV Services in Southern Africa. His poster is called: “Evidence based OVC programming – optimizing resources and ensuring impact in Lesotho.” {Photo credit: Barbara Ayotte/MSH.}

Megh Jagriti, senior technical advisor, Building Local Capacity (BLC) for Delivery of HIV Services in Southern Africa, presented on: “Evidence based OVC programming – optimizing resources and ensuring impact in Lesotho.” {Photo credit: Barbara Ayotte/MSH.}

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Oby Onoh, Nigeria [Candide Tran Ngoc presenting]

(July 20) Poster from Nigeria on “Using organizational capacity building to ensure the sustainability of community-based interventions for orphans and vulnerable children: lessons from the CUBS project in Nigeria" by Obialunamma (“Oby”) Onoh, presented by Candide Tran Ngoc.  {Photo credit: Barbara Ayotte/MSH.}

“Using organizational capacity building to ensure the sustainability of community-based interventions for orphans and vulnerable children: lessons from the CUBS project in Nigeria,” by Obialunamma (“Oby”) Onoh was presented by Candide Tran Ngoc. {Photo credit: Barbara Ayotte/MSH.}

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