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HIV/AIDS prevention – Joint United Nations Team on AIDS (JUNTA)
Description/achievement of initiative

UNAIDS is a leader in the global AIDS response, with the unique ability to address HIV from multiple perspectives, and draw on the experience and expertise of its 11 cosponsors.UNAIDS partners with the UN system, governments, people living with HIV, civil society, the private sector, financing institutions, academia, science, the media and influential public figures. At the country level, UNAIDS promotes coherent action to support an effective national AIDS response. UNAIDS was ‘Delivering as One’ a decade before the UN reform was piloted, and works to increase coordination and collaboration at all levels.

Implementation methodologies

UNAIDS leverages the contribution of the AIDS response for larger health, development, peace and human rights achievements:- Helps scarce resources go further, supporting strategic investments.- Works with countries in applying an investment approach by focusing on priority areas, populations and interventions where cost-effective impact can be best achieved- Helps build the capacity of national actors to create enabling legal environmentsUNAIDS has combined Science and Politics to mobilize political support and resources

Arrangements for Capacity-Building and Technology Transfer

Coordination mechanisms/governance structure

Partner(s)

UNHCR UNICEF WFP UNDP UNFPA UNODC UN Women ILO UNESCO WHO The World Bank
Updates to initiatives
Goal 3

SMART
This initiative does not yet fulfil the SMART criteria.
Updates
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Basic information
Time-frame: 2014 - ongoing
Partners
UNHCR UNICEF WFP UNDP UNFPA UNODC UN Women ILO UNESCO WHO The World Bank
Countries
Contact information
UNAIDS, UN, communications@unaids.org
United Nations