EECAAC 2018 – VI Eastern Europe and Central Asia AIDS Conference

Since 2006, the purpose of the International Eastern Europe and Central Asia AIDS Conference has been to make a significant contribution to the development of measures to combat the spread of HIV in the region.

The objective of the Conference is to develop regional guidelines that contain systemic cross-sectoral approaches to solving the problem of HIV/AIDS on national, regional and global levels.

The implementation of these recommendations will facilitate the adaptation of national policies and improve the effectiveness of national HIV prevention programs, while taking into account the regional context and local specific features of the epidemic.

The main goals of the Conference focus around discussing the measures for eliminating HIV infection and other socially significant diseases in Eastern Europe and Central Asia, presenting high-performance programs and exchanging experience among scientists, experts, policy makers, healthcare professionals and public figures in relation to the best HIV response strategies.

Conference organizers:

  • Russian Federal Service for Surveillance on Consumer Rights Protection and Human Wellbeing (Rospotrebnadzor)
  • Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)

All details about the Conference can be found on the official web-page.