THE 4TH INTERNATIONAL MUSLIM LEADERS' CONSULTATION ON HIV/AIDS (IMLC)
The ThemeEnhancing inter-religious cooperation to increase quality religiosity and its use by individuals, families and communities to fast-track the response for Prevention, Treatment, Care, Support and Control of HIV/AIDS and HIV-risk addictions.
Date21st to 28th July 2019
Hotel Africana, Kampala, Uganda
To contribute to the Fast-Track strategy of ending the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat by 2030
To bring FIMA leaders, religious leaders, Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) leaders, Government leaders, and leaders in academia and science together, in a coordinated way, as a "Think tank" to share experiences, discuss contemporary issues and develop an action plan regarding enhancing interreligious cooperation to increase quality religiosity and its use, by individuals and communities, to fast-track the response for Prevention, Treatment, Care, Support and Control of HIV/AIDS and HIV-risk addictions. The intention is to get the best ideas out of the brains of the FIMA Family and their partners on the theme, mainly through brainstorming and encourage them to make use of the outcome in practice and follow it up to achieve the goal.
To identify and document what FIMA and its partners will do differently and follow up as priorities to enhance interreligious cooperation and to increase quality religiosity and its use, by individuals and communities, to fast-track the response for Prevention, Treatment, Care, Support and Control of HIV/AIDS and HIV-risk addictions.
A priority action plan including the following: What is to be done ? Who is to do it? How is it to be done? How will it be monitored? In summary, over the next 10 years, what will we do as priorities? How will we achieve the desired results? What will be different in 2030? How shall we get to where we want to go? As far as the theme is concerned: What right things are we doing, in the right way and at the right time which we need to increase? What right things are we doing in the wrong way and at the wrong time which we need to do differently? What wrong things are we doing in the right way and need to be changed? What wrong things are we doing wrongly and need to be discarded? What right things are we not doing and we should start doing?
Consultation attendance local costs for each participant
The local costs for each participant amount to US$ 1400. This includes US$ 700 for accommodation for 7 nights, US$350 for meals for 7 days and US$ 350 for Consultation facilities, materials, local transport and tours.
Criteria for selection of participants
Must have a recommendation from a governmental or non-governmental organization including FIMA member organizations indicating that the participant has the leadership skills to be able to contribute to catalyzing and championing interreligious cooperation to increase quality religiosity and its use, by individuals and communities, to fast-track the response to end HIV/ AIDS as a public health threat by 2030.
Must be able to pay the consultation local costs in advance as soon as the registration is approved.
Must have a valid travel document which must be sent to consultation organizers in advance.
Must complete a registration form and send it with the attachments to the consultation organizers.
Must receive an invitation letter from the conference organizers in advance
Registration of participants
Participants who intend to attend the consultation should complete the registration form and email it to the consultation organizers by 31st March 2019. Visit http://fima-imlc.org/register-imlc to register.
Participants who will be selected to attend the consultation are required to pay the local costs of attending the consultation to the following account by 31st May 2019
ACCOUNT NAME: ISLAMIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION OF UGANDA
ACCOUNT NUMBER: 9030015382456
CURRENCY: UNITED STATES DOLLARS
SWIFT CODE: SBICUGKX
BANK: STANBIC BANK
After payment an email must be sent to the Consultation Chairman: Professor Magid Kagimu PhD, FRCP: email: email@example.com and copy to Consultation Coordinator: Dr Ayub Twaha: email: firstname.lastname@example.org and to the IMAU email:email@example.com indicating the amount paid, the purpose and the names of the delegate or delegates being paid for.
Visas to Uganda are available at Uganda's embassies and High Commissions. Countries without Ugandan missions can obtain visas on arrival at the airport. Guidelines for Visa applications can be obtained at www.visas.immigration.go.ug
Consultation Chairman: Professor Magid Kagimu PhD, FRCP. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Phone: 256- 782- 016868
The consultation language is English