Videos: Dr. Gloria Sangiwa: Women Lead on Chronic Diseases

Dr. Gloria Sangiwa, Global Technical Lead of Chronic Diseases at Management Sciences for Health (MSH), reflects on the 20th International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2014).

In the first video, Sangiwa describes the exciting opportunity for leveraging the HIV platform, thanks to the work of PEPFAR, to treat the whole person–not just the disease.

In the second video, Sangiwa elaborates on why women leaders — from personal health, to family, health provider, community, policy level, and more — are a critical component to stepping up the pace on HIV and chronic diseases.

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Call to Action on Women, HIV & AIDS, and NCDs: Multimedia

Panelists at the July 21 satellite session on women, HIV & AIDS, and NCDs. {Photo credit: Rachel Hassinger/MSH.}

Panelists at the July 21 satellite session on women, HIV & AIDS, and NCDs. {Photo credits: Rachel Hassinger/MSH.}

MSH co-organized a satellite session on July 21, 2014, on women, HIV & AIDS, and non-communicable diseases (NCDs) with the American Cancer Society (ACS), Medtronic, and the Task Force on Non-communicable Diseases and Women’s Health. MSH President & CEO Jonathan D. Quick, MD, MPH, opened the session. Bob Chapman (American Cancer Society) introduced a new video series on people living with chronic diseases.

Sandy Thurman (US President’s Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief [PEPFAR]) provided context on the current state of women, HIV & AIDS, and non-communicable diseases (NCDs). Thurman shared examples from Pink Ribbon/Red Ribbon, a partnership between the George W. Bush Institute (GWBI), PEPFAR, Susan G. Komen, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), as well as corporate and foundation members.

Living with HIV, Young Professionals, Implementers

Dr. Quick and panelists L’Orangelis Thomas Negron, HIV & AIDS activist; Kim Green, FHI360; Jordan Jarvis, Young Professionals Chronic Disease Network; and Katie Reichert, Building Local Capacity for Delivery of HIV Services in Southern Africa (MSH), discussed barriers to health for women in low-and middle-income countries living with HIV & AIDS and chronic non-communicable diseases.

A lively Q&A session included questions and ideas from colleagues working in Malawi, Kenya, and more.

A doctor from Malawi discusses challenges and hopes for integrating HIV and NCD services. {Photo credit: Rachel Hassinger/MSH.}

A doctor from Malawi discusses challenges and hopes for integrating HIV and NCD services.

Stay tuned for more from MSH and partners on stepping up the pace for women, HIV, and NCDs.

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Women, HIV, and NCDs: Tonight 18:30 in Plenary Room 3

Join the conversation on Twitter with #womenHIVNCDs.

[ MONDAY, JULY 21 | 18:30-20:30 in Plenary Room 3.]

Women, HIV/AIDS, and Non-Communicable Diseases: A Call to Action in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

MONDAY, JULY 21 | 18:30-20:30 in Plenary Room 3

Co-sponsored by MSH, The American Cancer Society, and Medtronic.
Join us to examine and discuss addressing HIV co-morbidities in AIDS and non-AIDS related events; the role of health systems in integrating non-communicable disease (NCD) care into HIV care models; lessons that can be leveraged and applied beyond 2015; and how primary health care models can be adapted in this context of an emerging global burden of chronic NCDs while ensuring sustainability, cost-effectiveness, and efficiency in lower and middle-income countries.
Refreshments will be served.

Moderator:

  • Dr. Jonathan Quick, President and CEO of Management Sciences for Health (@MSHHealthImpact)

Panelists:

  • Bob Chapman, Director of US Government and Multilateral Global Health Advocacy, American Cancer Society (@AmericanCancer)
  • Representative from FHI360 (@fhi360)
  • Sandy Thurman, Principal Deputy Coordinator for PEPFAR (@PEPFAR)
  • L’Orangelis Thomas Negron, HIV/AIDS Activist, Latin America Keynote Speaker
  • Jordan Jarvis, Executive Director, Young Professionals Chronic Disease Network (@NCDAction)
  • Katie Reichert, Associate Project Director of Country Programs, Building Local Capacity Project, MSH South Africa

Watch videos: Stepping up the pace for women, HIV & AIDS, and NCDs

Jordan Jarvis, Executive Director, Young Professionals Chronic Disease Network (@NCDAction)

Bob Chapman, Director of US Government and Multilateral Global Health Advocacy, American Cancer Society (@AmericanCancer)

Social media

Join the conversation on Twitter with hashtag #womenHIVNCDs.

Follow @MSHHealthImpact, @AmericanCancer, @PEPFAR, @NCDAction, @HIVShareSpace, @FHI360, @Medtronic.

 

Video: Step up the Pace for Women: Jordan Jarvis

Jordan Jarvis of the Young Professionals Chronic Disease Network (@NCDAction), speaks about why we need to step up the pace for women, HIV & AIDS, and noncommunicable diseases (NCDs). (Watch video.)

Join us Monday, July 21, 18:30-20:30, in plenary room 3.

Related

Women, HIV & AIDS, and NCDs: A Call to Action for Low- and Middle-Income Countries. (Not in Melbourne? Join the conversation online with hashtag #womenHIVNCDs.)

 

Video: Step Up the Pace for Women: Bob Chapman

Bob Chapman of the American Cancer Society talks about why we must step up the pace for women living with HIV and chronic diseases. (Watch video.)

Join us Monday, July 21, 18:30-20:30, in plenary room 3.

Related

Women, HIV & AIDS, and NCDs: A Call to Action for Low- and Middle-Income Countries. (Not in Melbourne? Join the conversation online with hashtag #womenHIVNCDs.)