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Transcript of UNAIDS
who we are
new HIV infections
AIDS related deaths
The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS
11 cosponsors from within the UN (e.g. WHO, UNESCO, World Bank, UNICEF)
voluntary contributions from
private groups (students, universities, sporting clubs, etc.)
getting to zero!
HRH Princess Mette Marit of Norway
Aishwarya Rai Bachchan
HSH Princess Stephanie of Monaco
globally, 34 million people living with HIV (2011)
1. -700.000 new infections from 2001-2012 = reduction
of 52% in children (in total 33%) down to 2.3 million
2. difficult to measure
> HIV stigma index
3. 1.7 million AIDS-related deaths in 2011 = reduction of
24% (that is -600.000 from 2005, in Africa >30%)
plus: 8 million patients on ART by the end of 2011
"We can end this pandemic.
We can beat this disease.
We can win this fight.
We just have to keep at it, steady, persistent - today, tomorrow, every day until we get to zero."
US President Barack Obama
World AIDS Day speech 2011
what we do
Leadership and advocacy
Strategic information and technical support
Tracking, monitoring and evaluation
Civil society engagement and the development of strategic partnerships
Mobilization of resources
source: Senegal Stigma index report April 2013
sources: UNAIDS World AIDS Day report 2012
UNAIDS report on the global AIDS epidemic 2012
WHO MDG report 2013
UNAIDS brings together the resources of 10 UN system organizations for coordinated and accountable efforts to unite the world against AIDS.
guided by a Programme Coordinating Board:
- representatives of 22 governments from all geographic regions
- 5 representatives of NGOs
- including associations of people living with HIV/AIDS
2 branches: Programme & Management and External Relations
regional Support Teams working in 7 regions
launched in 1996
Part of the United Nations Development Group (UNDG)
Main advocate for global action on HIV/AIDS
Mission: lead, strengthen and support an expanded response to the epidemic > reach MDG 6