19-21 March 2004
OneWorld Beat 2004
The One World Beat global music festival against AIDS is a network of
local events around the world where musicians of all styles and levels
unite to make a difference with their music.
The focus for this year's edition is to raise awareness about AIDS and
funds for the orphans of this disease. One World Beat's goal is to unite
musicians and AIDS help organisations around the world to make a difference
For further information, please contact Mr Andy Treichler mailto:[email protected],
Director of One World Beat.
30 March-2 April 2004
Second International Conference on Improving Use of Medicines
Chiang Mai, Thailand
The conference will emphasize cost-effective interventions for improving
the use of medicines, particularly in developing countries. A range of
options and challenges will be explored across several focal areas, including
primary care and health providers, primary care and the community.
For further information, please consult the Conference website http://www.icium.org/index.cfm.
First Asia and Pacific Reproductive Health Youth Camp
Young people from the Asia and the Pacific region will participate in
the youth camp, where the focus will be on Adolescent Reproductive Health
For further information, please contact: Alex Torres, mailito:[email protected]
at The Philippine NGO Support Program, Inc. (PHANSuP)
.6-9 July 2004
International Union Against Sexually Transmitted Infection
Chiang Mai, Thailand
In the course of this conference, special lectures will cover key topics
on sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and related fields, which will
be followed by symposia; a series of oral and poster presentations; and
a commercial exhibition of pharmaceutical, technical, and diagnostic products.
The meeting will provide attendees with the opportunity to exchange experiences
and ideas on recent developments related to all aspects of STIs.
For further information, including registration and conference track details,
please visit the Union website http://www.cottisa.org/modules.php?name=Content&pa=showpage&pid=2.
11-16 July 2004
AIDS 2004: Invitation to submit Skills Building Workshop proposals
XV International AIDS Conference
There will be 180 workshop hours offered to the Conference Delegates to
help them develop skills, strengthen and build partnerships, and share
their experiences in the Skills Building component of the Conference.
To submit an application, please fill out this form http://www.ias.se/bangkok/admin/images/upload/262.pdf.
For further information, please visit the Conference website http://www.aids2004.org/,
or contact Mr Paul Causey mailto:[email protected],
Skills Building Co-ordinator.
11-17 July 2004
XV International AIDS Conference (IAS)
For more information, please contact the IAS Headquarters, mailto:[email protected],or
visit the website http://www.ias.se/aids2004/.
4-6 October 2004
The First Asia/Pacific Women, Girls & HIV/AIDS Best Practices Conference
The major objectives of the conference will be to:
* Understand the impact of HIV/AIDS on Women and Girls in Asia and the
Pacific region specifically
* Determine the future impact of HIV/AIDS in the region
* Review strategies to reverse current trends in transmission of the HIV,
highlight current areas of need and identify current and emerging issues
of concern to policy-makers, program managers, and civil society
For further information, please contact:
Raza Hussnain/Nighat Rizvi
AMAL Human Development Network Islamabad (Pakistan)
Email: mailto:[email protected]