Adopts the agenda
This section lists decisions made at UNAIDS PCB Meetings with an associated agenda item number, in order of most recent.
These decisions are excerpted from the "Final Decisions, Recommendations & Conclusions" documents (produced at each PCB).
Adopts the agenda
Adopts the report of the 23rd meeting of the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board
Takes note of the outcomes of the thematic segment on “People on the move –forced displacement and migrant populations” as contained in the rapporteurs’ reports to the Board plenary and requests UNAIDS to include such outcomes in its future work and to report on progress to a future Programme Coordinating Board meeting in line with its general reporting on activities
Requests the UNAIDS Secretariat and Cosponsors to ensure that staff at global, regional and national levels facilitate the incorporation of mobile populations, including migrants and forcibly displaced persons, into regional and national AIDS strategies to achieve universal access to prevention, treatment, care and support services, paying particular attention to HIV-specific restrictions on entry, stay and residence to ensure that people living with HIV are not excluded, detained or deported on the basis of HIV status
Requests the UNAIDS Secretariat and Cosponsors to support governments in harmonizing all laws and policies on HIV testing to ensure adherence to internationally accepted standards that include: informed consent, confidentiality, pre and post-test counseling, and proper referral to treatment, care and support services
Takes note with appreciation of the report of the NGO Representative which highlights the importance of human rights and tackling barriers to an effective response such as stigma and discrimination and gender inequality and requests that the issue of non-discrimination be discussed at a Programme Coordinating Board meeting in 2010 as a substantive agenda item
Recalling decision 7.1 of the 19th Programme Coordinating Board meeting agrees the addition of a sixth guiding principle as intrinsic in all Programme Coordinating Board recommendations, decisions and conclusions, to read: “Based on the principle of non-discrimination”
Approves the 2010-2011 Unified Budget and Workplan and the proposed distribution of those resources as follows: US$ 161.0 million to be shared among 10 Cosponsors; US$ 182.4 million for the UNAIDS Secretariat; US$ 136.4 million for interagency activities and US$ 5.0 million as a contingency fund;