The 2022 NGO Report on U=U=U is available now. You may view the report here.
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The NGO Delegation to the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board (PCB) produces an annual NGO report that is presented during one of the biannual PCB meetings. The NGO Delegation decides by consensus on the topic of the report. The highest priority is given to a topic that is relevant and requires urgent action at the global level.
This year, the NGO report will focus on U=U: Undetectable = Untransmittable and will be presented at the 51stmeeting of the UNAIDS PCB in December 2022. The working title for the report is “U=U: A foundational, community-led, global HIV/AIDS health equity strategy”. We are seeking examples of good practices at country, regional and global levels where community-led U=U has demonstrated increased and more equitable access to and improved uptake in treatment and care services within diverse communities across low, middle and high-income settings. Examples could include:
The submissions must be made using the online submission form by COB Friday August 15, 2022.
The English version of the submission form can be accessed here: https://forms.gle/CQTNWzK7zTcwr9px6
For any questions, please contact: Robin Montgomery at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your time, consideration and response.
The 2021 NGO Report on societal enablers is available now! You may view the report here.
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This online survey will provide information, including quotes/anecdotes and data, for the annual report of the NGO Delegation to the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board (PCB). The report will be titled Left Out: The HIV Community & Societal Enablers in the HIV Response and it will be presented at the 49th meeting of the UNAIDS PCB in December 2021. Your opinions and ideas provided through this survey will help the NGO Delegation produce a report that will dispel doubts about the centrality of societal interventions in the HIV response for Key Populations (KP) and other vulnerable groups such as women and girls, adolescents and young people (AYP), and migrants. The report will define societal enablers and explore in-depth the importance of four societal enablers in particular - education, employment, healthcare, and laws and policies. It will argue the case that societal enablers can significantly improve access to HIV prevention, treatment, and care for KP and other vulnerable groups. Below are examples of societal enablers:
My name is Aditia and, among the many things that make up my identity and my life, I have been a proud member of the NGO Delegation for the past three years. This year, our annual report to the PCB is entitled ‘Engagement, Evidence and Impact’ and is about 25 Years of the NGO Delegation to the PCB. The report is informed by a survey among our constituents and interviews with a wide range of stakeholders, sharing their perspectives on our two and a half decades’ of work. It is also informed by an extensive desk review, including of the formal minutes and Delegation communiqués from the 1st PCB meeting to date.
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