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Joint Action for Results UNAIDS Outcome Framework (2009–2011)
Abstract:
The global response to the HIV epidemic is at a crossroads. The emergency footing of the response over the past 25 years and the broad social mobilization of stakeholders have spearheaded remarkable action and results. Yet the hard-won gains are fragile and call for a renewed commitment and leadership by the United Nations system. Our joint efforts have produced encouraging results, but many challenges lie ahead. In order to achieve further progress, it is essential to take steps to address specific gaps in the response to the epidemic as well as the social, political and structural constraints that limit results.The HIV organizational landscape has evolved and grown more complex over the past decade. UNAIDS, donors and civil society, including networks of people living with HIV, have rightly demanded greater clarity on the relationships between needs, financing, activities and outcomes. Also demanded is greater specificity about the role of UNAIDS and the Secretariat within the wider constellation of actors. We are responding through this Outcome Framework to optimize our partnerships between the UNAIDS Secretariat and the Cosponsors. The Outcome Framework, which builds upon the UNAIDS Strategic Framework (2007–2011), will guide future investment. It will also hold the Secretariat and the Cosponsors accountable for making the resources of the UN work for results in the countries.
Publisher: UNAIDS Type / Script:
Bulletin or Poster  in  English
Keywords:
HIV/AIDS, VIRAL DISEASES, AIDS PREVENTION, ECONOMIC CRISIS, ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY, BLOOD SAFETY, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES, DISEASE PREVENTION, MEDICINE, IMMUNIZATION, PREVENTIVE MEDICINE, SANITATION, COUNSELLING, LIFE EXPECTtANCY
Thematic Group:
UNAIDS, (2011)
Thesaurus:
10.03.01 - Disease Prevention And Control
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Joint Action for Results UNAIDS Outcome Framework (2009–2011)
Abstract:
The global response to the HIV epidemic is at a crossroads. The emergency footing of the response over the past 25 years and the broad social mobilization of stakeholders have spearheaded remarkable action and results. Yet the hard-won gains are fragile and call for a renewed commitment and leadership by the United Nations system. Our joint efforts have produced encouraging results, but many challenges lie ahead. In order to achieve further progress, it is essential to take steps to address specific gaps in the response to the epidemic as well as the social, political and structural constraints that limit results.The HIV organizational landscape has evolved and grown more complex over the past decade. UNAIDS, donors and civil society, including networks of people living with HIV, have rightly demanded greater clarity on the relationships between needs, financing, activities and outcomes. Also demanded is greater specificity about the role of UNAIDS and the Secretariat within the wider constellation of actors. We are responding through this Outcome Framework to optimize our partnerships between the UNAIDS Secretariat and the Cosponsors. The Outcome Framework, which builds upon the UNAIDS Strategic Framework (2007–2011), will guide future investment. It will also hold the Secretariat and the Cosponsors accountable for making the resources of the UN work for results in the countries.
Publisher: UNAIDS Type / Script:
Bulletin or Poster  in  English
Keywords:
HIV/AIDS, IMMUNOLOGIC DISEASES, VIRAL DISEASES, AIDS PREVENTION, ANTIRETROVIRAL THERAPY, BLOOD SAFETY, SEXUALLY TRANSMITTED DISEASES, DISEASE PREVENTION, MEDICINE, IMMUNIZATION, PREVENTIVE MEDICINE, SANITATION, COMMUNICABLE DISEASES, NON-COMMUNICABLE DISEASES
Thematic Group:
UNAIDS, (2011)
Thesaurus:
10.03.01 - Disease Prevention And Control
PDF | File Size: 917 KB   Download
Feeder: RUPAPANDEY, Editor: , Auditor:
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