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LINKAGES Evidence in Action webinar series: Data that make a difference - strengthening data systems for key-population-focused programs from the ground up - Shared screen with speaker view
Peter Niwagaba
14:40
Niwagaba Peter
Peter Niwagaba
14:56
From USAID RHITES EC, Jinja Uganda
Jill Gay
14:59
Jill Gay, What Works Association
Virupax Ranebennur
15:03
Viurpax Ranebennur Sr. Technical Adv. SI LINKAGES/EPiC
Ben Eveslage
15:05
Ben Eveslage, FHI 360, Online HIV Services based in DC
Pradeep Thakur
15:19
Pradeep Thakur, SI Advisor, LINKAGES, based in Nepal
Chris Obermeyer
15:24
Chris Obermeyer, Biomedical Prevention Advisor at USAID, DC
Lauren Bailey
15:41
Lauren Bailey, URC, RHITES-EC based in DC
Chris AGUNGA
16:09
Agunga Chris, M&E EpiC Kenya
Ben Eveslage
17:01
Tisha is dropping out here and there. Gone now
Michael Cassell
17:20
Michael Cassell, FHI 360, Senior Technical Advisor, LINKAGES/EpiC
Chris Obermeyer
17:28
The connection at USAID HQ isn't great
Philisiwe Dlamini
19:27
Eswatini SI team LINKAGES/EpiC
mercy Morka
20:04
Morka Mercy, SI EPIC/KPIF Nigeria
Barbara Durr
23:34
Barbara Durr, John Snow, Inc
Peter Niwagaba
29:29
Where do the FSWs access there services?
Peter Niwagaba
29:49
What can one do if they do not have KP supporting Organisations?
Jill Gay
32:20
How do you ensure that the data you collect on key populations is not used by governments to kill, arrest or otherwise harm key populations?
Jill Gay
33:23
How do your indicators relate to the 2019 Global Fund indicators, particularly given that Debbie Birx stated in October at the CSO meeting, increased alignment between PEPFAR and Global Fund?
Tolu Alamu
33:57
How do you address the legal implications of working with the KPs especially where the legal environment is not friendly. Please share your challenges and how you are able to combat them
Jill Gay
34:13
How do your indicators relate to PAHO’s 2019 framework?
Tolu Alamu
37:38
the connection is poor
Jill Gay
39:17
For Kenya, how was violence committed against sex workers addressed?
Peter Niwagaba
39:20
Some of the KP Commodities are not on the essential medicines list; how do you go about it?
Peter Niwagaba
47:41
How did NASCOP manage to lobby for government support to avail STI drugs and other commodities for KPs?
Jill Gay
55:09
Hoymas, brilliant presentation and summary, as this is true in so many countries. Thank you
paul okaage
57:08
Thank you paschal for that comprehensive presentation
Tolu Alamu
01:01:17
So how do you deal with a client who appears twice or multiple time at different service provision points. Same person with many Unique Ids and what plan do you have to make an individual unique for accuracy
Tolu Alamu
01:02:27
*individual unique IDs knowing fully well that KPs are highly mobile*