Continuing the conversation from the Men and HIV Forum, held on 20 July 2019 in Mexico City, Mexico, this IAS-organized satellite at ICASA 2019 in Kigali, Rwanda, further discussed current opportunities and challenges for increased prevention, diagnosis and treatment of HIV for men and boys.

Approaches and strategies from UNAIDS & WHO (Lycias Zembe & Nathan Ford) (2019)

The importance of community-led advocacy and demand creation to reach men (Nelson Otwoma) (2019)

Population-wide gender differentials in HIV service access and outcomes in the Western Cape, South Africa: 2007-2018 (Nathan Ford) (2019)

Men’s use of facility-based health services in Malawi. Preliminary findings from the “Scaling Facility HIV Self-Testing” study (Kate Dovel) (2019)


Designing solutions: From segmentation to design (Shawn Malone) (2019)

MenStar Coalition (Heather Watts) (2019)

The successes of Uganda’s scaled partner notification programme and how it is reaching men (John Bosco Matovu) (2019)