Welcome to the Refugees Organised Against AIDS (ROAA)!

The Team of Refugees Organised Against AIDS

Come be part of us.

Re: Message from the Organizer

Welcome to the Refugees Organised Against AIDS (ROAA)! 

Thanks for being part of us and we are so happy that you want to join us. What will happen next? 

We have various write ups you can access. We use these as platforms on which all our activities are show cased. Join us via digital platforms as we shall not be doing physical contact beyond that which is allowable under COVID-19 Pandemic Government Of Kenya Protocols.

In preparation for the AIDS 2020; Virtual Conference, our team will provide you with further information, knowledge and tips.

Meanwhile follow our blogs, twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts. Please take your time to look around. 

If you have any difficulties, you can contact us at the following e-mail address: advocacynetworkafrica@gmail.com .

We are looking forward to the AIDS 2020; Virtual Conference!

The AIDS 2020: Virtual conference is a gathering which will take place online and all the people have a common interest or background in eradicating HIV, TB and Malaria. This will allow them to meet one another and to learn about and discuss issues, ideas and work that focus on issues, themes and topics of mutual concern.

It is the world's largest conference on HIV/AIDS.

AIDS 2020: Virtual will be held on 6th July to 10th July 2020

Advocacy Network Africa-AdNetA, Nature Network Group, Most at Risk Populations Society in Uganda (MARPS in Uganda), Kangemi Refugee Self-help Community Group, Rainbow Networks Africa (RANA), Refugee Spectrum Empowerment Community, Wave of Legacy Alliance Initiative (WALAI), Pride-Malaria Uganda, Centre For HIV Care, Prevention and Education Promotion (CEHIPEP), Online Trauma, Identity, Sexuality, Suicide Prevention Support Services (OTISS), Marginalised Refugee Empowerment Programme Africa, The Ganda Cultural Troupe, PUK Shelter, Refugee Organization for Security and Co-operation in East Africa, Kakuma Prism Alliance, Refugee Action Initiative, Refugee Independence Support Organisation, well-wishers and other organizations provided support and voices that made this possible.

The Links:

https://www.facebook.com/marpsuganda

https://www.facebook.com/Onlinetraumasupport/

https://www.facebook.com/cehipep/

https://www.facebook.com/rainbownetworksafrica/

https://www.facebook.com/Pride-Malaria-Uganda-139698023291033/

https://www.facebook.com/marpsinuganda/ https://www.facebook.com/theunitedkoppaacademyofsports/

https://www.facebook.com/thelibertyafricayouthfoundatn/

https://www.facebook.com/Kangemi-Refugee-Self-Help-Community-Group-KARESCOG-114965136900584/

https://www.facebook.com/rainbownetworksafrica/

https://www.facebook.com/Refspeco/

https://www.facebook.com/Wave-Of-Legacy-Alliance-initiative-107085640689675/

https://www.facebook.com/Marginalised-Refugee-Empowerment-Programme-Africa-Marepa-111826890485547/

https://www.facebook.com/UPHRM/

https://www.facebook.com/www.gandadance.co.ke/

https://www.facebook.com/PUKShelter/

https://www.facebook.com/ROSCEA/

https://www.facebook.com/kenaturenetwork/

https://www.facebook.com/Kapa.PrismAlliance/

https://www.facebook.com/refugeeactioninitiative/

https://www.facebook.com/Refugeeriso/

https://www.facebook.com/advocacynetworkafrica/?modal=admin_todo_tour

 

We were able to use this opportunity to amplify refugee voices using science, advocacy skills to tailor dignity-affirming policy and engaged in research that promotes visibility through reporting about the contribution of refugees to quality life local host communities.

We are bringing voices from Black LGBTIQQ Refugees, Black LGBTIQQ living with HIV, Young Black Youth anti- AIDS Activists, Anti-TB Champions integrating COVID-19 response, Elimination of violence against Women activists and end to TB, HIV and Malaria by 2030 Activists.

The benefits for the AIDS 2020: Virtual are many. It will provide round-the-clock access to the latest research, science and policy. All these will be accessible on your time and at your fingertips.

One will be able to view a daily 24 hour plenary speaker schedule.

Plenary sessions feature the world's most distinguished HIV scientists, policy specialists, and community leaders.

There will be a COVID-19 related information session too.

There are lots ways to get involved. You can follow all social media platforms, call in during zoom meetings or share your insights via email.

Remember this is a profile of resilience and breaking barriers.

Other numerous opportunities to utilize or gain:

No matter how experienced you are at your business, everyone can learn something new or teach others

It is an opportunity to network with peers because conferences provide a great opportunity to meet other people who are potential catalysts to further cohesion

The event

Refugees Organised Against AIDS (ROAA) is enforcing the role of the global refugees in promoting health and fight against sexually transmitted diseases such as HIV / AIDS. To put an end to the epidemic of HIV/AIDS by 2030 we need refugees to take up the challenges, take the lead and their destiny into their own hands.

AIDS2020: Virtual Conference in our case will start from June 13th to July 14th, 2020 to provide opportunities for engagement in health promotion activities using innovative ideas and using solutions to solve the perceptible challenges as we live them. 

We have been involved in dedicated campaigns which enabled us meet our planned objectives including cooperating with local CBOs and NGOs in many countries all over the world. Our activities cascaded into the “Strategic Public Health Promotion, Awareness and Advocacy Campaign which is not just a direction or position, it is our ambition to question the status quo and to develop and implement new community-based approaches. Refugees are at the forefront of the movement. We are innovative people from a vast background who work on real challenges; we think out-of-the-box and connect with networks.  

We are design thinkers who have developed tangible tools which can be interrogate for value, outcomes and outputs. We engage in strategic dialogue sessions where we hold mentored discussions. We own our ideas and subject them to applicability in form of projects or programmes.

Schedule:

 

Date

Observance

Activity

13th June 2020

International Albinism Awareness Day

Use International Observances as well as strategically planned activities to promote quality life promoting activities including elimination of violence against women+; end to HIV, TB, Malaria by 2030 integrating COVID-19 response and recovery activities; Universal Health Coverage; and Conservation of Nature Advocacy

14th June 2020

World Blood Donor Day

do

15th June 2020

World Elder Abuse Awareness Day

do

16th June 2020

Review Meeting to generate progress or status report 1st May 2020- 16th June 2020

do

17th June 2020

World Day To Combat Desertification and Drought

do

18th June 2020

Network with Lavington Vineyard Church

do

19th June 2020

International Day For The Elimination Of Sexual Violence In Conflict

do

20th June 2020

World Refugee Day

do

21st June 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

do

22nd June 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

do

23rd June 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

do

24th June 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

do

25th June 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

do

26th June 2020

International Day Against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking; UN International Day in Support of Victims of Torture

do

27th June 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

do

28th June 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

do

29th June 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

do

30th June 2020

International Day of Parliamentarism;  Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

do

1st July 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

do

2nd July 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

do

3rd July 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

AIDS 2020; Virtual Conference; do

4th July 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

AIDS 2020; Virtual Conference; do

5th July 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

AIDS 2020; Virtual Conference; do

6th July 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

AIDS 2020; Virtual Conference; do

7th July 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

AIDS 2020; Virtual Conference; do

8th July 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

AIDS 2020; Virtual Conference; do

9th July 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

AIDS 2020; Virtual Conference; do

10th July 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

AIDS 2020; Virtual Conference; do

11th July 2020

World Population Day; Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

AIDS 2020; Virtual Conference; do

2th July 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

AIDS 2020; Virtual Conference; do

13th July 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

AIDS 2020; Virtual Conference; do

14th July 2020

Organise activities increasing visibility around: HIV, TB, Malaria prevention integrating COVID-19 response and recovery at grassroots level

AIDS 2020; Virtual Conference; do

15th July 2020

World Youth Day;

AIDS 2020; Virtual Conference Report Writing; do


At the AIDS 2020; Virtual be assured you will:

Encounter new vendors and suppliers

Position yourself as an expert

Have fun

Get feedback on an early version of your latest work

Get to know other people in your field

Hear about the latest research

Improve your presentation and communication skills

Visit a new place and have fun

Meet your academic heroes

Engage in high-level debates and refine your ideas

Engage in activities about which you can add to your CV

Engage with thought leaders and innovators

Fresh perspective

So, be there!

Until then:

All the best,


The Team of Refugees Organised Against AIDS



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