Track A:

The conference adopts a community lens, while appreciating the national and global issues as they affect Kenya’s efforts towards Zero AIDS. This conference will have its focus on four tracks with varying sub-tracks as highlighted below:
This track covers proven or emerging HIV prevention biomedical interventions and sciences. The interventions should be related to Antiretroviral Therapy (ART), response to ARTs, adherence, retention, long-term follow-up, management of side effects. The biomedical interventions can also cover ART utilization in specific populations such as (Men who

Track B:

This track focuses on HIV&AIDS prevention research and issues related to the design, implementation and evaluation of programs that motivate and contribute to positive behavioral change. Topics under this track include:
• Effective Health Communication and Marketing approaches.
• Combination prevention strategies and what they mean to Kenya, the region and Africa as a whole.
• Managing adolescents who are living with HIV; the challenges and solutions.
• Local Evidence-Informed Behavioral Interventions (EBIs) for specific populations.

Track C:

This track features the evidence-informed policy formulation and implementation processes for HIV&AIDS responses. The track covers highlights frameworks and definitions that can be used to operationalize structural HIV prevention approaches in diverse and generalized epidemics and settings. This Track should tackle the following:
• Mitigating Psychosocial factors that shape attitudes, experiences and behaviors.
• Livelihood support and social protection responses.
• Legal and ethical responses.
• Evidence-informed policy

Track D:

This track features HIV&AIDS policy and implementation structures that are evidence-informed. These structures also highlight the frameworks and definitions that can be utilized to operationalize structural approaches to HIV prevention in diverse generalized epidemics and settings.
Topics under Track D should highlight:
• Use of system based approaches for technical and organizational capacity building.
• Quality improvement initiatives including the quality operational research, capacity and data management and reporting.
• Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs),

Conference Background

Working with the Ministry of Health through the National AIDS Control Council (NACC), National AIDS and STI Control Program (NASCOP) and other partners, NOPE has since 2004 hosted the International Conference on Peer Education, Sexuality, HIV and AIDS in Kenya every two years. The three-days conference is held in Nairobi, Kenya, and brings together up to 1,200 participants among them key stakeholders in HIV programming, from Africa and beyond.


USD ($)
EARLY REGISTARTION 30th April, 2016 18,000 220
LATE REGISTRATION 31st May, 2016 20,000 251
Group Registration (10 people or more) @ 5%DISCOUNT 30th April, 2016 15,000 194

Conference Details


The goal of the 7th conference on Peer Education, Sexuality, HIV and AIDS is to rally and provoke local, national and international stakeholders to identify, adopt and sustain bold steps that will contribute to the attainment of Zero AIDS.


NOPE through this conference aims to:



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Conference Secretariat

She is the current conference coordinator, Edith is a communication expert with over 6 years of experience in the public and private sector. Her work experience mainly comprises journalism, implementation of communication strategies and social network.



Payment Method
Name of Bank: Barclays Bank of Kenya; Moi Avenue Branch,
Account Name: National Organization of Peer Educators
Account Number: 1174004
Swift Code: BARCKENX

Cheques or Receipts forwarded to the Secretariat with the registration number.



Early Bird Rate: 10% discount offer if booked and paid.
The event program me has been designed to ensure that delegates will have ample opportunity to visit and re-visit the trade exhibition. To encourage networking and interaction between delegates and exhibitors, lunch, coffee, and drinks stations will be hosted in the exhibition area.




Philip holds a Master’s Degree in Rural Sociology and Community Development from the University of Nairobi and a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Sociology and Literature from Kenyatta University.  He has extensive experience in organizational planning and management, building partnerships, fundraising and resource mobilization, project management and local organizations’ institutional strengthe


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