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The Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development’s (ICAD) strategic plan was designed to provide the organization with a strategic framework for the 2013-2017 period. There have been many bio-medical, socio-economic and political changes in the HIV and development fields since the writing of the Coalition’s last strategic plan, including: i) increasingly fewer resources available to civil society organizations globally and shifting funding models among donor agencies, including the introduction of Canada’s Community Action Fund (CAF); ii) Canada’s commitment to the full implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Call to Action and the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP); iii) the conclusion of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the inauguration of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs); and, iv) the advent of the 2016 Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS. These shifts at the global and national level place ICAD at a critical juncture. They call on us to revisit the Coalition’s strategic framework and to renew the environmental analysis to develop a feasible and visionary blueprint for advancing ICAD’s vision and mandate within this new landscape until the next planning cycle in 2020. The new framework will be accompanied by a review of progress made in achieving ICAD’s 2013-2017 strategic plan and will be grounded in theory of change methodology.
Canada: Meeting the Challenge, the Canada Pavilion at the 2016 International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016) in Durban, South Africa, brought together AIDS 2016 delegates from Canada and around the world; it showcased Canada's leadership in the HIV response and provided a meeting place for delegates to meet, share their experiences and learn from each other. The Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development (ICAD), in partnership with CATIE, (the Project Team) led the development and execution of the Canada Pavilion at AIDS 2016, with the assistance of a national advisory committee.
The Canada Pavilion showcased the Canadian response to HIV through six key mechanisms: an electronic collection of Canadian resources available; audio recordings of interviews with staff and peers from a Canadian supervised injection facility; a video demonstrating Canadian excellence and challenges in addressing HIV; an on-site program of informal events; social media engagement of Canadian activities at AIDS 2016, including at the Pavilion; and an open and inviting space to facilitate in-person networking. This report outlines the background of this initiative, summarizes key activities, outlines the results of the evaluation and provides 24 recommendations for future Canada Pavilion planning and implementation activities.
Take a look at the Canada: meeting the challenge website.
The third annual African, Caribbean and Black Canadian HIV/AIDS Awareness Day is fast approaching! Join us on February 7, 2017 to help raise awareness of HIV and contribute to addressing HIV-related stigma in Canada's African, Caribbean and Black communities.
Joint Statement by CPPN, ICAD and ICASO on the
Unified Budget, Results and Accountability Framework (UBRAF)
4.3 Revised 2016-2021 UBRAF
6 December 2016
Dear Secretariat and member states:
This is a joint statement by the Canadian Positive People Network, the Interagency Coalition on AIDS Development, and ICASO. As a people living with HIV network and organizations which focus on intersectoral partnerships and to enhance global policies on HIV issues, we feel that being accountable to the AIDS response and being accountable all the people living with HIV and key populations affected by HIV mean member states must actively fund and help create a coordinated and sustainable global AIDS response.
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