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> Setting the scene to include community engagement in the GARPR Indicators 2017-2021 and the High-Level Meeting on HIV and AIDS 2016

The UNAIDS Strategy 2016-2021 sets the frame for the global priorities or targets at the upcoming High-Level Meeting on HIV and AIDS this June 2016. Aligned with five relevant Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs): The ten UNAIDS targets enshrine the continuing vision of ‘The Zero Strategy’ with granular targets that address issues relating to location and population. AContinue reading “Setting the scene to include community engagement in the GARPR Indicators 2017-2021 and the High-Level Meeting on HIV and AIDS 2016”


> The post-2015 agenda – Keep both of your eyes on it!

The discussion on the new Strategic Development Goals (SDG) is currently a key agenda for the United Nations. Just as happened with the Millennium Development Goals – MDGs (which were even considered by many as reductionist when compared to the set of commitments made at the UN Social Cycle in the 90s, but is now referred to as the most far-reaching action outlined by the UN), the indubitable point at this stage is: “will how the Post 2015 goals are set, determine how resources and power will flow globally?”


> Promoting women’s rights in the UN General Assembly

For the past few months, we have been collaborating with the Global Coalition on Women and AIDS (GCWA) to promote the participation of women’s groups in the Post-2015 process. Out of the eight Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) established in 2000 to guide global development efforts, the fifth goal of improving maternal health by 2015 is the one in which the fewest countries have succeeded.


> Delegation’s letter to Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon on the report on achieving the MDGs and Post-2015

With this letter, we would like to kindly ask your Excellency’s support in advocating towards having HIV remaining as a high priority within the Post 2015 framework. This positioning is fundamental to realize the work we started 30 years ago, and continue to preserve the lives of people living with HIV and the robust effort to see an end to new HIV infections and AIDS progression in the 30 years ahead.


> UNAIDS publishes post-2015 e-discussion summary

UNAIDS launched a two-week online discussion (e-discussion) to engage the public in a conversation about the future of the HIV response in the post-2015 development agenda. This e-discussion generated more than 5,500 page views and 200 comments. The Report can be downloaded for your information and awareness. Key Recommendations: 1. Protect ambitious, disease-specific targets to sustain progress andContinue reading “UNAIDS publishes post-2015 e-discussion summary”

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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