Harnessing Social Protection to Improve HIV Outcomes in Children and Adolescents


Thursday, February 25, 2021, 9:30am to 11:00am



Register now for webinar on Harnessing Social Protection to Improve HIV Outcomes in Children and Adolescents,
25 February 2021, 2.30-4pm GMT

COVID-19 has highlighted once again how social and economic barriers prevent vulnerable children and adolescents from accessing biomedical support essential for their health and well-being. This webinar sees global policy makers, donors and implementers explore together how these barriers can be overcome by combining social protection with biomedical support. It will examine the winning innovations of the Reaching All Children Positive Action Challenge, and discuss what policy changes are required to scale up what works.

Thursday 25 February, 2.30 - 4pm GMT
Please Register Here

  • Gretchen Bachman, US Department of State
  • Cathy Ferrier, ViiV Healthcare
  • Suki Beavers, UNAIDS 
  • Allison Oman Lawi, World Food Programme on behalf of the Interagency Task Team on HIV sensitive Social Protection
  • Janet Barry, Bantwana Initiative of World Education Inc on behalf of the OVC Task Force
  • Nicola Willis, Africaid Zvandiri
  • Winnie Nambaziira, Brewin Foundation
  • Amanuel Adinew, Center for Development and Capacity Building
  • Rebecca Hope, YLabs
  • Josiah Kiarie, Catholic Diocese of Ngong
  • Kathryn Robers, University College London
  • Muhamed Akulima, Cheer Up
  • Rogers Simiyu, Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation


  • Luann Hatane, PATA
  • Corinna Csaky, the Coalition for Children Affected by AIDS

Email: info@childrenandHIV.org with questions in advance for our panel


Co-hosted by: The Inter-agency Task Team on HIV-sensitive Social Protection, the Orphans and Vulnerable Children Task Force, ViiV Healthcare Positive Action, and the Coalition for Children Affected by AIDS.

In partnership with Africaid Zvandiri, Brewin Foundation, Center for Development and Capacity Building, YLabs, Catholic Diocese of Ngong, University College London, Cheer Up, and the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation.
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