ICAAP12 welcomes 18th ICASA


Press Release: ICAAP12 Secretariat, July 6, 2015

The secretariat of the 12th International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (CAAP12) is immensely delighted to know that the Ministry of Health and Child Care of the Government of Zimbabwe has signed an agreement with the Society for AIDS in Africa (SAA) to host the 18th International Congress on AIDS in Africa (ICASA) in November 2015.

ICAAP12 Secretariat and Partners in Population and Development (PPD) the co-host of ICAAP12 would like to congratulate H.E. Dr. David Parirenyatwa, the Honourable Minister, Ministry of Health and Child Welfare, Government of Zimbabwe for his visionary leadership for hosting such an important prestigious congress in Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe is a founding member of PPD and H. E. Dr. David Parirenyatwa is a Member of PPD Board and PPD secretariat would like to extend all the necessary technical support and cooperation to the organizing body of ICASA.

Partners in population and Development (PPD) in collaboration with the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and under the patronage of the Honorable Prime Minister of Bangladesh is hosting the International Congress on AIDS in Asia and the Pacific (ICAAP12) in Dhaka, Bangladesh from 20 to 23 November 2015 in concurrence with the PPD international Inter-Ministerial Conference and annual governance events. As Zimbabwe is the PPD member country, Secretariat expects that the Honourable Minister, Ministry of Health and Child Care of the Government of Zimbabwe will attend PPD’s inert-ministerial conference as well as in ICAAP12.

Submission of abstract portal is already open and will receive abstracts until 20th of July (please visit the http://www.icaap2015.org/abstracts/abstracts#.VYEuZ1KfzIV for detail). Updates of preparations are available on the facebook page of ICAAP12 (https://www.facebook.com/icaap12).

Media contact: Masuma Billah/ICAAP12 Secretariat, e-mail: masuma@ppdsec.org

 

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