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NGO Report of the 53rd | 30 June 2023

People living with HIV during humanitarian emergencies

This year’s report to the PCB will focus on ‘People living with HIV during humanitarian emergencies’. The last couple of years have seen several different humanitarian emergencies arising from various parts of the world. Some of the most notable ones include the Russo-Ukrainian War, the ongoing conflict in Sudan, and the catastrophic hunger crisis in Somalia. These crises create gaps in the global response to HIV/AIDS for people living with HIV. You can now download and read the report.

The 2022 NGO report focuses on the untapped potential of U=U as a community-led, HIV health equity strategy to improve the health and quality of life of people living with HIV and contribute to the global treatment targets by advancing universal access to antiretroviral therapy, diagnostics and sustained care, while reducing HIV transmission.

The 2021 NGO Report focuses on the importance of strengthening societal enablers for the HIV response. The Global AIDS Strategy recognizes that HIV services on their own will not be sufficient to reach the 2030 target without concerted efforts to address the social and structural factors that increase HIV vulnerability and diminish the ability of marginalized populations to access essential services.

This 2020 NGO Report marks the 25th anniversary of the NGO Delegation to the UNAIDS PCB. It takes stock of the engagement, evidence, and impact of the Delegation to date, highlighting examples of key actions and results. It also makes recommendations for the future, in a context where responses to HIV by key populations, for people living with HIV,
women, young people, and migrants (referred to in this report as “communities and civil society”) are more vital than ever. The report notes with deep concern that the political space, human rights, financial viability, and the very existence of those organizations and networks are under threat.

The 2019 NGO Report builds on the foundations laid thus far for UHC while looking ahead to its next phase, when the Political Declaration will be operationalized. During that phase, countries will contribute to achieving Sustainable Development Goal (SDG) target 3.32 and several other targets by accelerating the development and implementation of UHC plans, packages,Continue reading “If it is to be truly universal, Why universal health coverage will not succeed without people living with HIV and other key populations, women, and young people”

NGO Report of the 43rd | 13 January 2019

People on the move – key to ending AIDS

The 2018 NGO Report to PCB is intended to help renew and focus the dialogue around people on the move so that the 2030 target of ending AIDS as a public health threat can be achieved. Discussion and dialogue around people on the move have occurred at the United Nations (UN) since at least 1951, when the Convention Relating to the Status of
Refugees was adopted, and the forerunner of the International Organization for Migration (IOM), the Intergovernmental Committee for European Migration (ICEM) was established to help resettle people displaced by World War II. Fifty years later, the link between migration, population mobility, and HIV surfaced in the 2001 UN General Assembly Declaration of Commitment on HIV/AIDS. In 2016, the IOM became a related organization of the UN. UNAIDS and IOM first entered into a Cooperation Framework in 1999, which was later revised in 2002 and in 2011. In 2017, IOM and UNAIDS renewed a General Cooperation Agreement to enhance dialogue and cooperation to combine and coordinate their efforts.

NGO Report of the 18th | 10 May 2006

Global Report on HIV/AIDS

The central aim of the GIPA initiative was the greater involvement of PLWHA. However, in practice this has lead to problems of “involvement in what?” and how to achieve this involvement. Clearly, there is a need to move beyond GIPA as discreet initiatives towards a situation where people with HIV/AIDS are consistently involved at all levels. However, this can only be achieved if those with power acknowledge and accept that the involvement of PLWHA is a useful strategy to follow.

NGO Report of the 17th | 14 June 1990

Report by the NGO Representative

Our NGO Delegation

The Programme Coordinating Board (PCB) was created to serve as the governing body of UNAIDS. The PCB includes a Nongovernmental Organization (NGO) Delegation composed of five members and five alternates that represent five geographic regions: Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, and North America.

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UNAIDS and the UN

UNAIDS was established in 1994 through a resolution of the UN Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC) and made operational in January 1996.

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