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National HIV Prevention Conference 2024

Date: Wednesday, May 8, 2024 | Time: 2:00-3:30 WAT
Where: Nigeria Army Resource Centre, Hall 1

This panel discussion will focus on the role of FC2 female condoms in HIV prevention and highlight innovative strategies and research related to its use, as well as explore how FC2 contributes to comprehensive HIV prevention efforts and discuss the future of female-controlled prevention methods. Panelists will discuss valuable insights into the current landscape of HIV prevention, highlighting the role of FC2 female condoms and exploring innovative approaches to empower women in preventing HIV. Attendees will gain a deeper understanding of the importance of female-controlled methods and the need for continued investment in research and advocacy. Pathfinder is a sponsor of this panel session.

Thank you for your interest in participating in this event. Click the button below to view and download the FC2 related resources.

  • Bayo Ewuola, Media and Communication Office, Pathfinder Nigeria
  • Dr. Sakina Bello, Senior Technical Advisor, Pathfinder Nigeria
  • Simone Martins, Director, Global Public Sector, Female Health Company
  • Maya Gokul, Training Manager, Female Health Company
  • Joy Oboyi, SHRH Advocate and Activist
  • Iyabo Omoteke Balogun, MCH/FP Coordinator, Kuje Area Council, Health Department

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