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High level meeting hlm 2011 dawn foderingham regional progamme advisor

High Level Meeting (HLM)

2011

Dawn Foderingham

Regional Progamme Advisor

UNAIDS Regional Support Team


United nations general assembly special session ungass 2001

United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) 2001

  • Declaration of Commitment

  • Member States/Governments made a series of time-bound commitments to expand efforts to address HIV

  • Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)


United nations general assembly special session ungass 2006

United Nations General Assembly Special Session (UNGASS) 2006

  • Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS

  • Governments made historic commitment at the United Nations to scale up dramatically the AIDS response

  • Countries committed to provide Universal Access (UA) to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support services to all those in need by 2010


Universal access ua in 2010

Universal Access (UA) in 2010

  • Universal Access remains a fundamental priority

  • Call for UA review, building on UNGASS country data to:

    • Analyse UA achievements to date

    • What is required to achieve the targets set

    • ‘Know your epidemic and know your response’ - analyse data about who becomes infected and how those populations have changed

    • Define strategies to accelerate progress


Ua country reviews

UA Country Reviews

UNAIDS supported UA Reviews in 117 countries

  • Notable progress achieved in mother-to-child transmission and provision of ARVs

  • Insufficient progress in social determinants of HIV vulnerability – Stigma/Gender/Punitive laws/KAPs


Towards un general assembly 8 10 june 2011

Towards UN General Assembly 8 – 10 June 2011

  • United Nations General Assembly High Level Meeting (HLM) on AIDS

  • Review the 2001 and 2006 Declarations

  • Redouble commitment to the AIDS Response

  • UNGASS + 10 years and Universal Access + 5 years


Ua regional reviews 2011

UA Regional Reviews 2011

UNAIDS supports UA Regional Reviews

  • Six Regional Consultations

  • 2 Sub Regional Consultations (WCA/ESA)

  • UA Stock-taking report produced by UNAIDS

  • UA report contributes to Secretary General’s Progress Report to UN General Assembly


Steps towards un general assembly june 2011

Steps towards UN General Assembly June 2011

  • Regional Hearings of Global Commission on HIV and the Law

  • Civil Society Hearing 8 April 2011

  • Global Youth Summit Bamako, Mali. 27 April 2011 (tbc)

  • High Level Meeting June 2011


High level meeting hlm 2011 dawn foderingham regional progamme advisor

2011 UA Road Map:


High level meeting hlm 2011 dawn foderingham regional progamme advisor

Engagement of Young People in key events 2011

UNAIDS theme:- New Generation Leadership

Outcomedocument

AU Summit on Youth & Devt., July

(Selected YP from the Africa region who

participated in the below events)

Civil Society

Task Force

(Ajay Kumar Uprety, GYCA,

Nepal has been selected to

represent youth networks;

to be linked with the UA and

Mali Youth Summit)

Outcome document

High Level Meeting, June

(Selected YP who participated in Mali &

commission meeting)

Prevention Commission, May

(Selected YP who participated in Mali)

Global Youth Summit, Mali, April

(100 young people including YP

from the UA consultations)

Call for action

AU African Youth Forum, April

(YP from the Africa regions)

Civil Society hearing, April

(YP from regions and global)

Young People to

contribute and

influence the outcome

document for

the HLM

Regional UA Consultations

(1 to 2 young people from each regions)

Countries

Countries

Countries


Un general assembly 8 10 june 2011

UN General Assembly 8 – 10 June 2011

  • United Nations General Assembly High Level Meeting (HLM) on AIDS

  • Review the 2001 and 2006 Declarations

  • Secretary General’s Progress Report

  • UNGASS + 10 years and Universal Access + 5 years


Success at hlm

Success at HLM

A Declaration that:

  • Reaffirms Global commitment to support the AIDS response and Universal Access

  • Identifies opportunities, addresses bottlenecks and barriers that hinder accountability and progress toward universal access

  • Provides a new framework for sustained and integrated AIDS responses with revised targets


Success at hlm1

Success at HLM

A Declaration that:

  • Promotes shared accountability through country ownership, strengthened civil society leadership and locally driven priority- setting

    .

  • Outlines mechanisms for monitoring of progress and global reporting to the UNGA

  • Establishes a demonstrable commitment by the international community to the vision of “Zero new HIV infections, Zero discrimination, Zero AIDS-related Deaths


Thank you foderinghamd@unaids org

Thank [email protected]


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