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Sharing learnings from the world’s top HIV research conference

To contribute to a culture of learning at Right to Care, regular sharing sessions on topics that inspire and inform are being held and every staff member is invited.

The first sharing session focused on lessons from the 10th International Aids Society (IAS) Conference on HIV Science - known as IAS 2019 - in Mexico City. 
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Meet the people of Right to Care: Elsie Sikhosana
Right to Care is my home, a place of opportunity. It is a place where I would like to learn to contribute even more.

One of the friendliest faces greeting staff on Centurion’s 5th floor every day is our cleaner, Elsie Sikhosana.
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Right to Care’s GIS unit playing a key role in reaching 90-90-90 targets
Knowledge and information generated by communities is playing a vital role in informing HIV prevention and treatment programmes .

Dorman Chimhamhiwa, head of Right to Care’s Geographic Information System (GIS) and Planning unit, says that, “The knowledge and insights of local people on the ground is becoming one of the most powerful ways to advance decision-making about HIV programmes as we strive to meet UNAIDS 90-90-90 targets ."
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