Refining and Reinforcing the UNAIDS Joint Programme Model. UNAIDS. (2017)

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This report reflects a new era for the UN. It offers practical solutions to transforming the way the Joint Programme works. As the UN charts out its reform agenda, this report provides the first organizational effort to translate the directions set out in the Quadrennial Comprehensive Policy Review into specific, actionable recommendations on financing, joint working and accountability. But these recommendations should not stop at the door of the Joint Programme, we encourage Member States as well as our colleagues across the UN Development system to consider these recommendations as they take their own steps towards organizational repositioning, as together, we build a UN fit for purpose in leading the world to achieve the vision of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, including to leave no one behind.


Keywords: HIV, AIDS, responses, funds, budget

 

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A Comparative Analysis of Selected National AIDS Investment Cases from the Asia-Pacific Region. UNAIDS and UNESCAP. (2016)

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This report is the outcome of a comparative analysis of seven national investment cases from the region, and highlights key findings and recommendations for further action. The findings from this report and the Regional Expert Consultation on Developing Evidence-Based National HIV Investment Cases and Sustainability Plans held in December 2015 are expected to contribute to the knowledge base on how ESCAP Member States have developed national investment cases (NICs), and identify examples of best practice. The analysis was based primarily on a desk review of the investment cases of Bangladesh, Indonesia, Myanmar, Nepal (Investment Plan), the Philippines, Thailand and Viet Nam, with additional input from in-country respondents and from the Regional Expert Consultation.

 

Keywords: HIV, epidemic, spending, investment, cases, advocacy

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Focus on Innovative Financing for Health. The Global Fund. (2016)

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Smart, effective health investments through the Global Fund have saved 17 million lives, expanding opportunities and achieving greater social justice for families and communities worldwide. Scientific advances, innovative ideas and private sector expertise are unlocking improvements in disease prevention, treatment and care.

 


Keywords: HIV, TB, funding, governments, domestic financing

 

 

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UNAIDS and the Global Fund. UNAIDS. (2016)

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Over the past three decades, historic progress has transformed HIV from a deadly disease to a chronic condition. Critical milestones have been reached towards universal access: more than 17 million people globally are receiving HIV treatment, and the world is on track to eliminate mother to child transmission of HIV.

Still, more than 2 million people are newly infected with HIV annually. Last year alone 1.1 million people needlessly lost their lives and HIV remains one of the leading causes of death among children under five years old, adolescents and women of reproductive age. Since the beginning of the epidemic, more than 70 million people have died due to AIDS. Despite the extraordinary progress, HIV remains a serious challenge for global health and development goals.


Keywords: HIV,investment, resources, support

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Spending Targets for Health: No Magic Number. Jowett M, Brunal MP, Flores G and Cylus J. (2016)

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In the context of discussions on health spending targets, this paper analyses not only how much countries spend on health, but how they performance in terms of universal health coverage (UHC) relative to that spending. The paper highlights the limited use of spending targets to inform country policy dialogue and decision making.

 

Keywords: universal health coverage (UHC), health spending, expenditure targets

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UNAIDS and the Global Fund — Investing in the Future through Partnership. UNAIDS. (2016)

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The global commitment to ending the AIDS epidemic represents an unparalleled opportunity to end one of the most devastating modern-day health challenges. Over the past three decades, historic progress has transformed the AIDS response. More than 18 million people globally are receiving life-saving HIV treatment, and the world is on track to eliminate mother-to-child transmission of HIV. However, more than 2 million people are newly infected with HIV annually and, in 2015, more than a million people died from HIV-related causes. Strategic partnerships such as that of UNAIDS and the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (the Global Fund) are vital if we are to Fast-Track the AIDS response to end AIDS as a public health threat by 2030.

 


Keywords: HIV, Fast-Track, gender, tuberculosis (TB), women, resources

 

 

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Invest in Advocacy. UNAIDS. (2016)

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Advocacy by people living with and affected by HIV has been critical to the progress made the response to HIV since the beginning of the epidemic. Advocacy has sparked action in the face of denialism and indifference, mobilized unprecedented financial resources and enabled communities to participate in designing health services that meet their needs. When traditional policy- making processes stall due to bureaucracy, advocacy shines a light on the problem and leverages community power and political will to drive action and innovation. This is why AIDS advocates around the world remain a major force for an accelerated, more equitable scale-up of effective HIV and health programming.

 

Keywords: HIV, AIDS, community, funding, medicine, punitive laws, discrimination

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Fast-Track Update on Investments Needed in the AIDS Response. UNAIDS. (2016)

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The world has pledged within the Sustainable Development Goals to end the AIDS epidemic as a public health threat by 2030. Such an extraordinary achievement will require an extraordinary and urgent effort—fully funding and front-loading investment in comprehensive HIV responses and intensifying the focus on the populations and locations in greatest need. The UNAIDS 2016–2021 Strategy elaborates this Fast-Track approach. Adopted by the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board in October 2015, the Strategy contains HIV service coverage targets that need to be achieved by 2020 to establish the momentum necessary to overcome one of the largest public health threats in human history by 2030.


Keywords: HIV, AIDS, Fast-Track, 90-90-90, treatment, new HIV infections, deaths

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HIV Investments #HLM2016AIDS. UNAIDS. (2016)

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The cost of inaction is staggering. Failure to Fast-Track would translate to an additional 17.6 million HIV infections globally and an additional 10.8 million AIDS-related deaths globally between 2016 and 2030.


Keywords: HIV, HLM 2016, investments, resources

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Readiness Assessment: Moving towards a Country-led and - Financed HIV Response for Key Populations. USAID, PEPFAR and Health Policy Project. (2016)

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This new guide from the USAID- and PEPFAR-funded Health Policy Project is a flexible tool for assessing the readiness and ability of country stakeholders (including government, development partners, and civil society) to sustain HIV epidemic control among key populations when donors transition to different levels and types of funding.


Keywords: guid, sex workers (SWs), men who have sex with men (MSM), transgender persons (TG), and people who inject drugs (PWID)

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