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December 12th, 2013

IPS Africa attended the 17th ICASA Conference on AIDS and STIs held in Cape Town, South Africa, from the 7th to the 11th December.  ICASA is the biggest conference of its kind on the continent, with over 10,000 delegates attending.

As part of the coverage, we produced a daily TerraViva Conference Newsletter which is being emailed to delegates, and is also available on the IPS Africa Web Page www.ipsnews.net/Africa

The Conference was active on Twitter @NoNewHIV using hashtag #ICASA2013 with @ipsafrica contributing to the conversation.


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