A renewed Strategic Plan

Uniting stakeholders to share knowledge, foster collaboration, enable solutions and to support the most critical issues, risks and challenges faced by the field

Increasing resources

Mobilizing new funding to support and grow the field of HIV vaccine research and development

Greater collaboration

Promoting more efficient, faster ways for researchers to share successes and failures and avoid duplication of efforts

News

ICASA 2019 Road Map of HIV Vaccine Research and Development

The Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise is looking forward to the 20th International Conference on AIDS and STIs in Africa (ICASA 2019) taking place on 2-7th December 2019 in Kigali, Rwanda.

ICASA represents the largest AIDS conference in Africa with over 10 000 delegates expected. The conference theme for 2019 is “AIDS free Africa – Innovation, Community and Political Leadership”. This is a tremendous opportunity for the international community to join efforts in committing to achieving an AIDS-free Africa.

Upcoming event

Enterprise Workshop – Kigali 2019

Are you an African researcher or a clinician working on HIV vaccine research and development (R&D)? Are you interested in sharing your experience and the challenges you face in your daily work? Are you keen to develop practical solutions to support African researchers towards the development of a safe and effective HIV vaccine?

The Global HIV Vaccine Enterprise invites you to apply to attend an interactive half-day workshop in Kigali.

Timely topics

In 2012, the Enterprise launched Timely Topics in HIV Vaccines, a strategy series convening experts as rapidly as possible to analyze, address, and respond to unresolved and emerging priority issues in the field. Through an open call for proposals, the Enterprise is working to identify the most important strategic needs of the field and sponsoring think tanks, meetings, forums and other events to tackle these issues.

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