Information on "Safe Sex Skills and Knowledge Development among Men who have Sex with Men in Low and Middle Income Countries" (Wednesday July 21 2010, from 11:00-12:30, in Mini Room 1) - will explore lessons learned related to community-led MSM programming in low and middle income countries. Requesting your response and ideas...

Facilitated by Stefan Baral from United States, Tudor Kovacs from Romania, and Daouda Diouf from Senegal, this session is intended to provide orientation and share experience on how to develop protocol for qualitative services for marginalised groups - especially men who have sex with men (MSM) in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC). One focus will be on community-led models of HIV prevention for MSM in LMIC, including peer education models, health promotion strategies, structured media strategies, and the engagement of key government and religious leaders.

What questions or observations would you like the presenters to consider in this session? What observations or ideas do you have related to advancing positive action on this theme? Please engage through this forum; click on "submit a group post" and share your thoughts with us!