Tentative Program

Arrival

The participants are expected to arrive on Sunday 21st July 2019

FIMA Council Meeting

The FIMA Council Meeting will take place on Monday 22nd and Tuesday 23rd July 2019

Consortium of Islamic Medical Colleges (CIMCO) contribution to the 4th International Muslim Leaders' Consultation on HIV/AIDS and HIV-risk addictions.

The Consortium of Islamic Medical Colleges (CIMCO) will conduct a parallel session for participants not attending the FIMA Council meeting on Monday 22nd July 2019.

Objective:

The session will contribute to achieving objective 5.

Theme:

Increasing the role of Islamic and faith-based Medical Colleges in enhancing interreligious cooperation and in increasing 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 session will include a plenary session for two and a half hours with presentations by experts on the concepts of Islamic and faith-based medical colleges. Then participants will go into discussion groups on the theme for three and a half hours and then make group presentations for 1hr. The question to discuss will include:

1). What are the root causes of inadequate roles of Islamic and faith-based Medical Colleges in enhancing interreligious cooperation and in increasing 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? Where are we regarding the theme?

2). How will we know that there is an increased role of Islamic and faith-based Medical Colleges in enhancing interreligious cooperation and in increasing 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? Where do we want to go regarding the theme?

3). What shall we do differently as priorities that will result in an increased role of Islamic and faith-based Medical Colleges in enhancing interreligious cooperation and in increasing 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? In summary, over the next 10 years, what will we do as priorities?; how will we achieve this? and what will be different in 2030? How shall we get to where we want to go? In other-words, 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?

Islamic Hospitals Consortium (IHC) contribution to the 4th International Muslim Leaders' Consultation on HIV/AIDS and HIV-risk addictions.

Objective:

The session will contribute to achieving objective 5. Theme: Increasing the role of Islamic and faith-based hospitals in enhancing interreligious cooperation and in increasing 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 session will include a plenary session for two and a half hours with presentations by experts on the concepts of Islamic and faith-based hospitals. Then participants will go into discussion groups on the theme for three and a half hours and then make group presentations for 1hr. The questions to discuss will include:

1). What are the root causes of inadequate of roles of Islamic and faith-based hospitals in enhancing interreligious cooperation and in increasing 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? Where are we regarding the theme?

2). How will we know that there is an increased role of Islamic and faith-based hospitals in enhancing interreligious cooperation and in increasing 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? Where do we want to go regarding the theme?

3). What shall we do differently as priorities that will result in an increased role of Islamic and faith-based hospitals, in enhancing interreligious cooperation and in increasing 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? In summary, over the next 10 years, what will we do as priorities?; how will we achieve this? and what will be different in 2030? How shall we get to where we want to go? In other-words, 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?

FIMA Dinner

The FIMA Dinner will be held on Tuesday 23rd July 2019 starting at 7.30pm. 4th International Muslim Leaders' Consultation on HIV/AIDS and HIV-risk addictions. This will take place from Wednesday 24th to Friday 26th July 2019

Objectives:

The sessions will contribute to objective 1, 2, 3 and 4.

Structure

There will be Plenary Sessions to share experiences on the theme and Group Discussions to brainstorm on the theme.

Session I ‐ Wednesday morning 24/7/19

Plenary session A:

Objective:

To share experiences and best practices on the theme. The session will be for two and a half hours with presentations of experts, keynote speakers and selected oral presenters of abstracts.

Plenary B:

Objective:

To perform the Opening Ceremony and share experiences and best practices on the theme. The session will be for two hours with presentations of invited guests and keynote speakers.

Session II ‐ Wednesday afternoon 24/7/2019

Group discussions A:

Objective:

To brainstorm on the theme and reach a consensus whenever possible on objectives 1 and 2. There will be 5 groups with a maximum of 50 participants in each group. The session will be for 3 hours. The questions to discuss will include:

1). What are the root causes of inadequate interreligious cooperation and inadequate 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? What is the problem? How do we know that it is a problem? How frequently does it occur, or how long has it existed? What are the effects of this problem? Where are we regarding the theme?

2). What needs to be accomplished 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? How will we know that the problem is resolved? Where do we want to go regarding the theme?

Session III ‐ Thursday Morning 25/7/2019

Group discussions B:

Objective:

To brainstorm on the theme and reach a consensus whenever possible on objectives 3 and 4. The 5 groups will remain the same and they will continue their discussions and build on what they achieved in group discussion session A. The session will be for four and a half hours. The questions to discuss will include:

3). How will FIMA and its partners know that there is improvement in interreligious cooperation and in 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?

4). What will FIMA and its partners 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? 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? and what will be different in 2030? How shall we get to where we want to go? In other-words, 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?

Session IV ‐ Thursday afternoon 25/7/2019

Plenary session C:

Objective:

To receive reports from group discussions and reach a consensus whenever possible. The session will be for 3 hours. Each group will present for 15 minutes and discussions will follow at the end of all presentations, with the aim of getting a consensus on the theme.

Session V ‐ Friday Morning 8.00am-10.00am on 26/7/2019

Plenary session C:

Objective:

To make resolutions and a declaration of commitment to implement the action plan. The draft resolutions and declaration of commitment, will be read, discussed and approved by the participants.

Session VI ‐ Friday from 11.00 am to 5.00 pm on 26/7/2019

Plenary session D:

Objective:

To visit the International Resource Centre for promotion of the Islamic and faith-based approach to HIV/AIDS (FIMA HIV/AIDS Resource Center) at Saidina Abubakar Islamic Hospital and perform the closing ceremony. Participants will travel to Saidina Abubakar Islamic hospital, perform Friday prayers, take lunch and share experiences with local community leaders contributing to 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 closing ceremony will then be performed.

Tours:

The participants will tour selected sites in Uganda on Saturday 27th July 2019.

Departure:

Participants will depart to their respective homes on Sunday 28th July 2019.

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