What Happened at the 52nd UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board Meeting?

By July 24, 2023 Advocacy

Established in 1994, the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS) is a joint venture of the United Nations family which brings together the efforts and resources of 11 UN system organizations to unite the world against AIDS. UNAIDS was the first United Nations programme to have formal civil society representation on its governing body, through the NGO Delegation.

The NGO Delegation representing five UN regions (Africa, Asia and the Pacific, Europe, Latin America and the Caribbean, and North America) on the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board (PCB) is critical for the effective inclusion of community voices in the key global policy forum for HIV/AIDS.

The PCB meets every six months to review and decide upon the planning and execution of the Joint Programme. The most recent event that took place on 26-29 June in Geneva, Switzerland was the 52nd PCB Meeting.

APCOM, represented by its Executive Director, Midnight, sits on the NGO Delegation for Asia and the Pacific region. 

APCOM Executive Director delivers statement on Asia and the Pacific

Cambodian Delegation contribution to UNAIDS PCB Meeting in Geneva

Introduction new Asia and the Pacific Delegate

New identity and website for the NGO Delegation to the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board

Priority and key populations especially transgender people, and the path to the 2025 targets: Reducing health inequities through tailored and systemic responses

Get in touch with the UNAIDS PCB NGO Delegation 

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