General Information

The Fast-Track Cities 2022 conference will be hosted October 11-13, 2022, in Sevilla. Organized by the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (IAPAC), the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, Fast-Track Cities Institute, Stop TB Partnership, and World Hepatitis Alliance, the conference will take place at the Sevilla International Conference Center.

Eight years since the launch of the Fast-Track Cities network, more than 380 cities and municipalities have signed the Paris Declaration on Fast-Track Cities. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic, these cities and municipalities continue to accelerate their urban responses to HIV, tuberculosis (TB), and viral hepatitis. They are also engaged in efforts to eliminate inequity, social marginalization, and stigma as part of a broader social transformation agenda to make cities and municipalities inclusive, resilient, and sustainable.

The Fast-Track Cities 2022 conference’s aim is to highlight successes achieved across the Fast-Track Cities network, address cross-cutting challenges faced by local stakeholders, and share best practices in accelerating urban HIV, TB, HBV, and HCV responses. Building upon the successes of the past three global gatherings of the Fast-Track Cities network, this year’s conference will provide space for interactive dialogue to support a network of “connected cities,” facilitating the collaborative development of innovative approaches to attaining the goals, objectives, and targets to which all Fast-Track Cities are committed.


The Fast-Track Cities 2022 conference program will comprise a combination of plenary sessions, panel discussions, city/municipal case studies, oral and e-poster sessions, and skills-building workshops. In partnership with the Stop TB Partnership and the World Hepatitis Alliance, the conference will feature a wide range of topics related to ending the HIV and TB epidemics and eliminating HBV and HCV. Moreover, in collaboration with the United Nations Human Settlement Programme (UN-Habitat), the conference program will also include a satellite symposium focused on building equitable, healthier cities and municipalities for sustainable development. Additionally, through a joint initiative with the Mayor of Sevilla and Spain’s Ministry of Health, the conference will include a high-level panel focused on the theme of “Realizing the Right to Health for Migrant Populations.”

The conference program may be viewed in the “Schedule” tab above, or you can click here to view a PDF version of the conference program.


Following are key dates related to the Fast-Track Cities 2022 conference:

  • Abstract Submission Deadline – June 30, 2022 July 15, 2022
  • Abstract Disposition Announcements – August 19, 2022
  • Standard Registration Deadline – September 19, 2022
  • Cancellation Deadline (with $75 penalty) – September 30, 2022
  • Discounted hotel room reservation – October 10, 2022


 Registration Type Fees
High-Income Country $250
Low-/Middle-Income Country $150

*Check this list to determine which registration type is appropriate based on your country of residence.

Registration fees are listed in US Dollars. Any registrations that occur after the standard registration deadline, on September 19, 2022, will be increased by $100.

Registration includes:

  • Participation in all conference events, including pre-conference
  • Conference bag and printed materials for onsite attendees
  • Access to the Fast-Track Cities 2022 conference app
  • Refreshments during morning and afternoon breaks
  • Fast-Track Cities 2022 e-newsletter prior to and during the conference


The Fast-Track Cities 2021 conference held last year in Lisbon, Portugal, attracted more than 400 in-person attendees. The Fast-Track Cities 2022 conference will offer an opportunity to meet in-person with elected officials, public health department representatives, clinical and service providers, urban health experts, and civil society advocates from current and prospective Fast-Track Cities. There are a limited number of exhibitor and symposia spaces and sponsorship opportunities available for this conference. The Fast-Track Cities 2022 conference sponsorship prospectus may be accessed by clicking here.

A limited number of spaces are open to host a satellite symposium at Fast-Track Cities 2022. If your organization is interested in hosting a satellite symposium, please contact Jonathon Hess at The Fast-Track Cities 2022 Satellite Symposia Prospectus may be accessed by clicking here.


The Fast-Track Cities 2022 conference is made possible through commercial sponsorships and educational grants from AbbVie, Gilead Sciences, Merck Sharp & Dohme, and ViiV Healthcare. Additional sponsorship and grant applications are pending.


Tuesday, 11 October 2022


Mayor Antonio Muñoz Martínez, Sevilla, Spain
Secretary of State for Health Silvia Calzón, Spain
José M. Zuniga, IAPAC and Fast-Track Cities Institute, Tampa, FL, USA
09:15-10:30PANEL SESSION 1
Towards 2030: Defining the Calculus of Success for Ending Urban HIV Epidemics

Moderator: Charles King, Housing Works, New York, NY, USA

Solange Baptiste, ITPC, Johannesburg, South Africa
Tom van Benthem, GGD Amsterdam, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Nombulelo Magula, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa
Health for All: Realizing the Human Right to Health for Migrant Populations
Long-Term Success: Aging Positively with HIV
Hosted by Gilead Sciences

14:45-15:30e-Posters Session 1
15:30-16:15e-Posters Session2
16:30-17:15PLENARY SESSION 1
Promoting a Continuum of Care and Social Services for LGBTQ+ People

Moderator: Jorge Saavedra, AHF, Miami, FL, USA

Presenter: Toni Reis, Aliança Nacional LGBTI+, Curitiba, Brazil
España 1
16:30-17:15PLENARY SESSION 2
Improving Health Service Provision for Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons

Naing Myint, International Organization for Migration, Geneva, Switzerland
España 2+3
16:30-17:15Plenary Session 3
Prioritizing Food and Housing Security in the Context of Holistic Urban Health

Nikos Dedes, Positive Voice, Athens, Greece
España 5
17:30-18:30WELCOME PANEL
Leading United: Re-Embracing the Fast-Track Cities Commitment to Solidarity

Mayor Antonio Muñoz Martínez, Sevilla, Spain
Winnie Byanyima, UNAIDS, Geneva, Switzerland
Minister of Health Carolina Darias, Ministry of Health, Spain
Jorge Garrido, ApoyoPositivo, Madrid, Spain
José M. Zuniga, IAPAC and Fast-Track Cities Institute, Tampa, FL, USA

Wednesday, 12 October 2022

09:00-10:15PANEL SESSION 2
Momentum Lost: Re-Energizing Urban and Peri-Urban Tuberculosis Responses

Moderator: Suvanand Sahu, Stop TB Partnership, Geneva, Switzerland

Ramya Ananthakrishnan, REACH, Chennai, India
Austin Obiefuna, Afro Global Alliance, Accra, Ghana
Michael Wilson, Advance Access & Delivery, Durban, South Africa
10:15-11:30PANEL SESSION 3
Course Correction: Mapping a Path Towards Achieving Urban HCV Elimination

Moderator: Jessica Hicks, World Hepatitis Alliance, London, UK

Rachel Halford, Hepatitis C Trust, London, UK
Olufunmilayo Lesi, WHO, Geneva, Switzerland
Caroline Thomas, Peduli Hati Bangsa, Jakarta, Indonesia
11:45-12:30PLENARY SESSION 4
Democratizing HIV Testing and Linkage to Care through Community Checkpoints

Miguel Rocha, GAT, Lisbon, Portugal
España 1
11:45-12:30PLENARY SESSION 5
Leveraging a Cohort of Champions to Tackle Urban HIV Response Challenges

Jane Anderson, Homerton University Hospital, London, UK
España 2+3
11:45-12:30PLENARY SESSION 6
Utilizing an Implementation Science Lens to Optimize Urban HIV Responses

Frederick Altice, Yale University, New Haven, CT, USA 
España 5
Refocusing on HIV in Europe: Addressing Challenges to Equitable HIV Outcomes for Communities in Greatest Need

Hosted by Merck Sharp & Dohme

14:45-16:15CITY CASE STUDY SESSION 1 (Africa 1)

Blantyre, Malawi
Madalitso Juwayeyi, FACT Malawi

eThekwini, South Africa
Nthabiseng Malakoane, eThekwini Department of Health

Kinshasa, DRC
Lembe Baza Virginie

Maputo, Maputo
Belia Nyambir, Maputo City Council

Nairobi, Kenya
Anthony Plagat, Nairobi Metropolitan Services

Windhoek, Namibia
Louw Jane Melissa, City of Windhoek
España 1
14:45-16:15CITY CASE STUDY SESSION 2 (Asia-Pacific)

Almaty, Kazakhstan
Anna Deryabina, ICAP at Columbia University

Bangkok, Thailand
Nittaya Phanuphak, Institute of HIV Research and Innovation

Jakarta, Indonesia
Dwi Oktavia Tatri Lestari, Jakarta Provincial Health Office

Adelaide, Australia
Colin Batrouney, Thorne Harbour Health

Mumbai, India
Vijaykumar Karanjkar, Mumbai District AIDS Control Society

Tokyo, Japan
Junko Tanuma, National Center for Global Health and Medicine
España 2+3
14:45-16:15CITY CASE STUDY SESSION 3 (Europe)

Amsterdam, Netherlands
Elske Hoornenborg, Center for Sexual Health

Cardiff, UK
Darren Cousins, Fast-Track Cardiff and Vale

Kyiv, Ukraine

Nantes, France
Hortense Bernard, Head of mission Nantes Objectif Zéro

Prague, Czechia
Jakub Tomšej, Czech Society of AIDS Help

Sevilla, Spain
Fernando Martínez-Cañavate García-Mina, Municipality of Sevilla
España 5

The HEAT Syndemic: A New Status Neutral Framework of the HIV Epidemic among Transgender Women to Guide Eradication Efforts
Tiffany Glynn

Understanding Disengagement and Re-engagement in Johannesburg’s HIV Programme: An Analysis of Clients Re-initiating ART
Melanie Bisnauth

Scaling Viral Load Testing in Jakarta, Indonesia through Customization of the National HIV Cohort Platform
Dwi Oktavia

Towards Zero New HIV Infections in Amsterdam in 2026: Reaching Undocumented Migrants for HIV and STI Testing and Linkage to Care
Martha T. Teijema

HIV Treatment Burden among Key Populations in Five Fast-Track Cities 1
Sindhu Ravishankar

Quality of Care for PLHIV across 7 Fast-Track Cities (FTCs): Assessing Interpersonal Communication in Health Facilities
Imane Sidibé

HIV Provider Perceptions of COVID-19 Disruptions in HIV Service Access in Lagos State
Imane Sidibé
España 1

Programmatic Mapping and Population Size Estimation (p-MPSE) of High-Risk Groups (HRGs) Operating through Networks in Delhi, India
Jitendra Misra

Intention to the Use Long-Acting HIV Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis among Men who have Sex with Men Participating in the Amsterdam Cohort Studies
Elske Hoornenborg

Achieving Virological Control and Engagement through Tailored Peer Mentoring: A Collaborative Project Supported by the Fast-Track Cities (FTC) Initiative
Harry Coleman

Experience of the Implementation of the “One Stop Shop” Strategy in Programs to Fight against HIV/AIDS among Young LGBTIQ People in the City of Yaoundé: Case of CAMFAIDS in Yaoundé 5th, Cameroon
Kamen Liwandi Mathias Nickel

Does Collaborative Workplace HIV Self-testing Kit Distribution Improve Case Identification among Men Aged 18-34 years? A Case Study for Kisumu County, Kenya
Dorothy Oketch

Outcomes of a Nerve Centre Approach to Achieving the 90-9-090 HIV Targets in Johannesburg, South Africa
Mpefe Ketlhapile

Mobile App-Based Ordering of HIV Self-Test Kits and Associated Factors among Gay, Bisexual, and other Men who Have Sex with Men
Noah Mancuso
España 2+3
16:30-18:00ORAL ABSTRACT SESSION 3: Syndemic Diseases

Enabling Local Response to Build Bridges for Research with Communities Affected by Multidrug-Resistant Tuberculosis in Pakistan
Mehek Ali

LinkB: More Hepatitis C Late Diagnosis Cases: An Aftermath of the COVID-19 Pandemic in Barcelona, Spain
Juan Carlos Ruiz

LinkB: A New Approach for Identification and Linkage to Care for People Living with Chronic Hepatitis B
Anna Feliu-Prius

Use of Cohort Tracing in eThekwini to Ensure HIV and TB Patients’ Continued Treatment and Care Following a Social Crisis and Health Emergency
Cedrick Phelalani Sosibo

An Update on HCV Elimination Efforts through Screening and Linkage to Care in Madeira, Portugal
Elisa Xavier

An What Happened to Tuberculosis Diagnostic Delay during the COVID-19 Pandemic? Seville Experience
Valme del Río García

Poor HCV Literacy among Men who have Sex with Men as a Barrier to HCV Elimination
Sindhu Ravishankar
España 5

Thursday, 13 October 2022

Al Centro: Defining the Centrality of Affected Communities in Urban HIV Responses

Moderator: Sbongile Nkosi, GNP+, Johannesburg, South Africa*

Dázon Dixon Diallo, SisterLove, Inc., Atlanta, GA, USA
Diego García, Sevilla Checkpoint, Sevilla, Spain
Jumoke Patrick, Network of Seropositives, Kingston, Jamaica
Midnight Poonkasetwattana, APCOM, Bangkok, Thailand
Sibongile Tshabalala, TAC, Johannesburg, South Africa
10:00-11:15PANEL SESSION 4
IAPAC-Lancet HIV Commission on the Future of Urban HIV Responses

José M. Zuniga, IAPAC and Fast-Track Cities Institute, Tampa, FL, USA

Dázon Dixon Diallo, SisterLove, Inc., Atlanta, GA, USA
Cary James, World Hepatitis Alliance, London, England, UK
Nombulelo Magula, University of KwaZulu-Natal, Durban, South Africa
Nicoletta Policek, HIV Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland, UK
Midnight Poonkasetwattana, APCOM, Bangkok, Thailand
11:30-12:45CITY CASE STUDY SESSION 4 (Africa 2)

Johannesburg, South Africa
Mphephu Charles, Sakha Isizwe Drop-in Center

Kampala, Uganda
Christopher Oundo, Kampala Capital City Authority

Kigali, Rwanda
Mukangarambe Patricie, City of Kigali

Lagos, Nigeria
Monsurat Adeleke, Lagos State AIDS Control Agency

Lusaka, Zambia
Mayor Chilando Chitangala, Greater City of Lusaka

Yaoundé, Cameroon
Landom Shey, ReCAP+
España 1
11:30-12:45CITY CASE STUDY SESSION 5 (Latin America/Caribbean)

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Fabian Portnoy, City of Buenos Aires

Callao, Peru
Takaaki Robles, Amigas por Siempre

Kingston, Jamaica
Alisha Robb-Allen, Kingston and St. Andrew Health Department
España 2+3
11:30-12:45CITY CASE STUDY SESSION 6 (North America)

Charleston, SC, USA
Shanna Hastie, South Carolina Department of Health & Environmental Control

Denver, CO, USA
Carleigh Sailon, Department of Safety City and County of Denver

México City, México
Andrea González-Rodríguez, Clinica Especializada Condesa

Montréal, QC, Canada
Alexandra de Pokomandy, McGill University

Pittsburgh, PA, USA
Kelly Prokop, Prevention Point Pittsburgh
España 5
Working Together to Address Stigma: Experiences, Actions, Impact

Hosted by ViiV Healthcare

14:45-16:15ORAL ABSTRACT SESSION 4: Social Determinants of Health

Legal Drivers to Eradicate HIV-Related Discrimination in Spain Miguel Ramiro
Innovative Holistic approaches to Improve Health Outcomes amongst Socially Vulnerable MSM Communities David Nel
Low-threshold Housing as a Powerful Strategy for Ending HIV Epidemics Charles King
Assessing Health Facility HIV-Related Stigma in the City of Lagos Helen Olowofeso
Stigma Indicators in 25 European Fast-Track Cities – What are We (Not) Measuring? Tanja Dittfeld
España 1
14:45-16:15ORAL ABSTRACT SESSION 5: Urban/Community Leadership

Learning from London’s HIV Elimination Efforts to Improve Community Leadership and Partnership across Health Systems
Eleanor Johnston
Implementation of a Municipal Strategy on HIV and Vulnerable Populations in a Municipality of Madrid Region 2021: Alcorcón Fast-Track
Julian Alexander Portocarrero Nuñez
Harnessing the Critical Role of Community Structures towards Prevention of Mother-To-Child Transmission of HIV: Lesson Learnt from USAID funded ICHSSA 2 Project in Lagos State
Olufemi Oke
Community Influence on End the Epidemic Plans in US Fast-Track Cities
Kalvin Pugh
Assessing the CLHIV 95-95-95 targets in Five Fast-Track Cities Sindhu Ravishankar
España 2+3
14:45-16:15ORAL ABSTRACT SESSION 6: Public Policy/Health Financing

Improving Quality and Equitable Access to Care through the Rollout of a User Fee Community Led Monitoring Program Authors
Shey Lamdom
Impact of the War in Ukraine on Sustainability of HIV Prevention Services for Key Groups in Fast-Track Cities
Liudmyla Legkostup
Monkeypox Outbreak in Andalusia: A Socioeconomical Approach
Valme del Río García
HIV Stigma and Punitive Laws and Policies as Barriers to HIV Care in Five African Fast-Track Cities
Corey Prachniak-Rincón
Impact on Municipal HIV Funding Due to COVID-19-Related and National Funding Constraints
Dash Sears
Association between Discrimination and Quality of Care in 50 Fast-Track Cities
Corey Prachniak-Rincón
España 5
16:30-17:00CLOSING PANEL
Urban Health: Recommitting to a More Equitable, Healthy, and Socially Inclusive Future



Venue and Accommodations

The Fast-Track Cities 2022 conference venue will be the Sevilla International Conference Center (Avda. Alvaro Alonso Barba S/N Isla de la Cartuja 41092, Sevilla, Spain). IAPAC has secured a discounted room block at the adjacent Barceló Sevilla Renacimiento for the nights of 11, 12, and 13 October 2022 (room rates include breakfast):

  • 150.00 euros/night + tax for single occupancy rooms
  • 170.00 euros/night + tax for double occupancy rooms

The deadline for booking within the discounted room block has been extended to 10 October  2022. For any questions regarding the discounted room block, contact John Charles at

Room reservations may be made by clicking here.


Submit an Abstract

The Fast-Track Cities 2022 conference abstract submission portal is open. The deadline for abstract submission has been extended to July 15, 2022. Abstract dispositions will be announced by August 19, 2022.

The conference organizers are encouraging abstract submissions across multiple types of research domains, including:

  • Behavioral science
  • Clinical research
  • Community participatory research
  • Health economics
  • Implementation science
  • Operational research
  • Public policy

Abstracts accepted for presentation at the Fast-Track Cities 2022 conference will be presented during the conference’s oral abstract and e-poster sessions. Abstracts must be submitted online by June 30, 2022.


Following are key dates relevant to abstract submissions:

  • Abstract Submission Deadline – June 30, 2022 July 15, 2022
  • Abstract Disposition Announcements – August 19, 2022
  • Deadline to Withdraw Abstract/Change Presenting Author – September 16, 2022


As noted above, abstract submissions are encouraged in a wide variety of specific domains, including:

  • Behavioral science
  • Clinical research
  • Community participatory research
  • Health economics
  • Implementation science
  • Operational research
  • Public policy


  • Diagnostic and monitoring tools
  • Antiretroviral therapy in adults
  • Comorbidities associated with HIV
  • Sexually transmitted infections
  • Clinical issues specific to gender
  • Clinical issues specific to pediatric/adolescent HIV
  • Clinical issues specific to key population


  • Continuity of HIV services
  • Continuity of TB services
  • Continuity of HBV services
  • Continuity of HCV services


  • Treatment as prevention
  • Post-exposure and pre-exposure prophylaxis
  • Combination HIV prevention


  • Behavioral science research
  • Social science research


  • External/social stigma
  • Internalized stigma
  • Intersectional stigma


  • Economic, food, and housing security
  • Mental and spiritual health
  • Health-related quality of life


  • Data generation/analysis/monitoring/measurement strategies
  • Intervention development, implementation, and outcomes
  • Dissemination/implementation of evidence-based approaches
  • Uptake and impact of innovative approaches
  • Operations research and demonstration projects
  • Health policy advocacy, implementation, financing, outcomes
  • Resource, structural, and service delivery issues and innovations


  • Ethical, legal, political, economic, and societal drivers and responses
  • Interventions and strategies to improve health equity and outcomes
  • Approaches to eliminate gender-based and other inequalities


  • Political and parliamentarian engagement
  • Clinical and service provider engagement
  • Community and civil society engagement
  • Public-private partnerships
  • Partnership frameworks and models

Particularly as applied to key and disproportionately affected populations:

  • Treatment naïve, treatment experienced
  • Individuals living with mental health challenges
  • Individuals living with HIV and comorbidities
  • Men who have sex with men
  • Transgender individuals
  • Women in high incidence areas
  • Pregnant women, women of childbearing age
  • Children and adolescents
  • Migrants and displaced populations
  • Homeless and/or marginally housed individuals
  • Female and male sex workers
  • People who use drugs
  • Incarcerated or recently released individuals


Abstracts must be submitted online by the extended deadline of 5 pm ET, July 15, 2022. Submitted abstracts will be considered for oral and poster presentations. Submitted abstracts should report information not previously published, or intended to be published, prior to August 26, 2022.

It is the responsibility of the presenting author to ensure accuracy of content, spelling, and presentation. Abstracts will be published as submitted, subject to reformatting that may be required by IAPAC.


Abstract contents will be either research-based data using established scientific methods or demonstrate experience and information from individuals or institutions working in the field. Please follow one of two structured formats (A or B), indicating in bold the four parts of your abstract:

Format A: Data-Driven Abstracts

  1. Background: a concise statement of the issues evaluated
  2. Methods: the investigational model used
  3. Results: specific findings
  4. Conclusions: summary of findings, supported by results

Format B: Program Descriptions and Case Studies

  1. Introduction: a concise statement of the issues addressed
  2. Description: a description of the project, case study, experience, or intervention
  3. Lessons Learned: project results, implementation issues, and/or case study solutions
  4. Recommendations: further recommendations or next steps


Following are general guidelines for individuals interested in submitting an abstract(s):

  • The abstract must NOT contain more than 300 words.
  • Acceptable abstracts shall contain a concise statement of the research, define the precise subject of the presentation, and be related to the main theme or a sub-theme of the conference.
  • Literature references and acknowledgements should not form any part of the abstract’s content. Figures and tables are acceptable.
  • The author is responsible for all grammatical and factual details. You may edit your abstract after it has been submitted.
  • All abstracts must be submitted in English. If you are not fluent in English, please attempt to have your abstract reviewed by a fluent English speaker.
  • The interdisciplinary nature of the conference delegates should be kept in mind when writing the abstract; thus sub-specialty jargon should be avoided.
  • Define all abbreviations and concepts in your abstract at first use.
  • For therapeutic agents, only generic names may be used (trade names are not permitted).


All abstracts must be submitted online no later than the extended deadline of 5 pm ET, July 15, 2022. All submissions will be acknowledged upon successful submission via the site. Faxed or mailed abstracts will not be considered.

Please record your abstract number. The number assigned to your abstract when it is submitted online will be the abstract number referenced throughout the conference, including in the Program and Abstracts book. A notice of acceptance or rejection will be sent via e-mail no later than August 19, 2022. The disposition of each abstract will be sent via e-mail only to the submitting author identified on the submission form for that abstract. That contact will be responsible for sharing the disposition with all other authors of the abstract (including the presenting author).

Accepted abstracts will be in one of two categories:

  1. Oral Abstract presentation
  2. Poster Abstract presentation

Presenting authors agree to register for and attend the conference as scheduled in oral abstract or e-poster sessions. Oral abstract presenters are responsible for their own travel and accommodation expenses, as well as the applicable registration fees.

Please note that only the abstracts of paid conference registrants will be included in the final Program and Abstracts Book. Accepted abstracts will be published in the conference proceedings. Abstracts are considered official communication to IAPAC. Submission of an abstract implies permission to publish, and online posting, if accepted. A copy of any electronic presentation and handouts will be transferred to IAPAC.

All submissions must be received online by the extended deadline of 5 pm ET, July 15, 2022. It is strongly recommended that you do not wait until the last minute to submit your abstract(s). You may review/edit submissions from now until 5 pm ET, August 26, 2022. Abstracts may be withdrawn, or the presenter may be changed, until September 16, 2022.

Symposia & Events


The following satellite symposia will take place at the Fast-Track Cities 2022 venue (Sevilla International Conference Center).

Tuesday, 11 October 2022

Time Session Host Room
11:30-13:00 Spanish Fast-Track Cities National Workshop Ministry of Health of Spain


Federation of Spanish Municipalities and Provinces

España 1
15:30-16:30 Implementation of STI Screening and Management in Spain: Recommendations from a Multidisciplinary Perspective Hologic España 1

Wednesday, 12 October 2022

Time Session Host Room
09:00-10:15 WHO Consolidated Guidelines on HIV, Viral Hepatitis, and STI Prevention: Diagnosis, Treatment, and Care for Key Populations WHO, UNAIDS, and WHA España 1
10:00-11:30 Achieving Zero: Developing Indicators for Measuring HIV-Related Stigma in Fast-Track Cities Globally Fast-Track Cities Institute España 2+3
10:00-11:45 U=U is a Win Win Prevention Access Campaign España 5
18:30-20:30 Gilead FOCUS Program Gilead Sciences España 1


Thursday, 13 October 2022

Time Session Host Room
07:00-09:00 ASEAN Cities Getting to Zero: Sustaining City Responses and Getting on Track to End AIDS by 2030 Fast-Track Cities Institute Sevilla
09:00-11:00 IAPAC: Cohort of Champions – Strengthening the Network and Working Collaboratively Fast-Track Cities Institute España 2+3
09:00-11:00 UNAIDS Ukraine: Ukrainian Fast-Track Cities during the War UNAIDS España 5
10:00-11:30 Tackling Viral Hepatitis: Integrated Responses across the Fast-Track Cities Network Fast-Track Cities Institute España 1



The following satellite events will take place at various venues in Sevilla.

Tuesday, 11 October 2022

Time Event Sponsor Location
19:00 -23:00 Signing Ceremony of the Sevilla Declaration on the Centrality of Affected Communities in Urban HIV Responses (Closed event, by invitation only) Hosted by IAPAC

Sponsored by the Municipality of Sevilla and Gilead Sciences

Royal Alcazar of Sevilla


11-13 October 2022

Time Session Sponsor Location
All Day HIV Exhibition Sponsored by Municipality of Sevilla and Fast-Track Sevilla Sevilla
All Day Iconic Buildings across Sevilla Illuminated in Red to Honor People Lost to AIDS and People Living with HIV Sponsored by Municipality of Sevilla and Fast-Track Sevilla Sevilla

Further events to be confirmed.


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