FINAL RESEARCH SYMPOSIUM MEETING, HELD IN ABUJA ON 16 JANUARY 2020 WITH ADEDOTUN OGUBANJO, CURRENTLY A PhD CANDIDATE AT BROWN UNIVERSITY.
Provide an overview of the key findings of our research project and the implication for the health and well being of sexual minority men in Nigeria and more generally across the African continent.
Brainstorm key elements of future health intervention programs in response to the main findings of the research project and outline a timeline for grant making, project components and implementing partners.
Identity the health policy implications, especially related to how victimization and discrimination of sexual minority communities in Nigeria affects their health and the possible leveraging of public health data as a tool for human rights and LGBT advocacy.
Explore opportunities for future collaboration among public health research, government agencies, civil society organization, LGBT right advocates and key population community members