HIV/ID JOINT SCIENTIFIC CONFERENCE2023
Sawela Lodge, Naivasha
Welcome to The HIV/ID Joint Scientific Conference
The National AIDS & STI Control Program (NASCOP), along with the HIV Clinicians’ Society of Kenya (HIVCSOK), Infectious Diseases Society of Kenya (IDSK), and the International Society for Infectious Diseases (ISID), is organizing the first-ever joint conference on Infectious Diseases and HIV. The conference, scheduled for October 23rd to 26th, 2023, at Sawela Lodge, Naivasha, aims to unite professionals and experts in these fields to encourage collaboration, share innovative approaches, and enhance resilience in addressing global health threats. This joint effort recognizes the significance of addressing both infectious diseases and HIV comprehensively, as HIV increases the risk of severe infections. Collaboration is emphasized in the fight against infectious diseases, including HIV, amid emerging health threats, necessitating knowledge sharing and innovative strategies for effective control and prevention.
Dr. ROSE WAFULA
Dr. LOICE ACHIENG OMBAJO
“EXCELLENCE IN INFECTIOUS DISEASE AND HIV CONTROL: COLLABORATION, INNOVATION, AND
RESILIENCE IN THE ERA OF GLOBAL HEALTH THREATS”
LOGISTICAL INFORMATION NOTE
Explore the details of our logistical information note to ensure a seamless experience. From event schedules to venue directions, this comprehensive guide has you covered.
PROGRAM FOR THE JOINT HIV/ID CONFERENCE
Naivasha is currently experiencing the short rains season, though the Kenya Meteorological Department
has issued an advisory on the expected occurrence of the El Niño phenomenon during the October to
December season affecting various parts of the country, Naivasha included. There's a chance of slight to
thick cloud cover, with light to moderate rainfall during the conference period.
The temperature in Naivasha during the conference period is expected to range from a high of 23°C to a
low of 13°C, with moderate wind and humidity. Therefore, it’s expected to be mildly cool with a gentle
Although the weather is not expected to be severe, delegates are advised to pack both light and warm
clothing and remember to bring an umbrella.