Requests UNAIDS to launch as soon as possible a process of inclusive consultations to consider approaches to strategic investment, including the new investment framework for the global HIV response referenced by the Executive Director in his report, while ensuring the potential applicability and adaptability to national contexts, and overall country ownership. Consultations should be transparent, inclusive and effective, involving governments, national AIDS authorities, civil society, and other relevant stakeholders. Also requests UNAIDS to submit to the Programme Coordinating Board at its 31st meeting a report on the said consultations, and an interim (progress) report to the 30th meeting;
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).
Decides that the United Nations General Assembly Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS: Intensifying our Efforts to Eliminate HIV/AIDS adopted by Heads of State and Governments on 10 June 2011 serves as a key reference to implement the Unified Budget, Results and Accountability Framework
Reaffirms its commitment to the elimination of HIV-related stigma and discrimination and reducing gender inequality as called for in the Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS (2001) and the Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS (2006), and to ensure that reducing stigma and discrimination becomes one of the main priorities in the 2011 High Level Meeting to review progress to date and determine a clear, costed way forward to fulfilling outstanding commitments
Requests UNAIDS to identify, by the date of the UN High Level Meeting in 2011, the projected resources needed for further country roll-out of the UNAIDS Agenda for Women and Girls in a representative set of countries