GHAA Logo The Third Convening of the Global-
World HIV/AIDS Allinace in India

October 1-4, 2010

 Invited Speakers: Jacob Zuma, President  of South Africa, Sonia Gandhi, India, and  several scientists from 10 different  countries in the global-world
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UNAIDS Report epidemic 2008
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Strategic Goals

Goal 1: To nurture and develop a broad-spectrum, cross-cultural, economically and socially diverse global partnership united by common goals, including health advocacy groups, professional organizations, civil society, faith-based communities, industry and corporate sponsors, community-based organizations and educational institutions

Goal 2: To establish an educational component that incorporates in-reach and outreach awareness and prevention campaigns, drawing upon lessons learned and knowledge gained through on-going research activities to substantially reduce the incidence of HIV/AIDS among vulnerable populations

Goal 3: To support and facilitate national and global advocacy campaigns that engage in and foster public analyses and fo rm ulation concerning those specific issues that bear upon the disproportionate impact of the HIV/AIDS pandemic upon vulnerable populations

Goal 4: To strengthen the capacity of institutions of higher learning that serve vulnerable groups by building upon present assets to expand research capacities through the establishment of the:

.  Bench-to-bedside research network that facilitates shared resources across preventive, clinical and biomedical research centers dedicated to championing the struggles of vulnerable populations in their fight against HIV/AIDS;

.  GLOBAL-WORLD HIV/AIDS Socio-behavioral, Biomedical Info rm atics GRID (GHAASBIG) that will develop and manage operational templates for each of the three major Network platfo rm s - socio-cultural, educational, clinical, and biomedical - providing a coordinated clinical data management system for data collection, storage, exchange and analyses; and a

.  Multi-center research program that facilitates the conduct of multi-center studies and encourages innovative approaches to the basic mechanisms of prevention, diagnosis and treatment of HIV AIDS in vulnerable populations.