Public health threats such as covid-19 continue to have catastrophic impact on the most vulnerable communities around the world and threatens progress made in mitigating the impact of HIV and TB globally. This creates a gap in the fight to mitigate the impacts on lifesaving HIV and TB programmes, leading to fragile health systems being overwhelmed. Even under the threat of public health emergencies, we must not relent in our goal for an AIDS free Ghana. It is imperative for the continent to rely on the dynamics of recent scientific advances, on a plea that will respond to a mobilization of internal and endogenous resources.


The convening of the National HIV and AIDS Research Conference (NHARCON) in Accra, Ghana in April 2023 presents an opportunity to highlight the diverse nature of Ghana’s HIV epidemic and the unique response to it.

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5TH NHARCON

Welcome to the National HIV/AIDS Research Conference (NHARCON 2023).

THEME

Achieving HIV epidemic control amidst emerging health threats

CONFERENCE DATE

25th – 28th April, 2023

CONFERENCE TRACKS

  • Track A. Basic Science (Biology and Pathogenesis)
  • Track B. Clinical Science, Treatment and Care,
  • Track C. Epidemiology and Preventive Science,
  • Track D. Law, Human Rights, Social Science, Behavioural Science and Policies.
  • Track E. Interventions and Best Practices
  • All information regarding to registration for NHARCON 2023 and date for early, late registration, group registration, registration fee, onsite registration and scholarship can be found here..

    Satellite symposium and it package related fees for both locals and for Internationals for NHARCON 2023 conference can be accessed here

    All abstract authors are requested to choose a Scientific Track and a Track Category during the submission process.

    NHARCON 2023 conference has 5 sponsorship packages namely platinum sponsors, diamond sponsors, gold sponsors, silver sponsors, bronze sponsors