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Intervention: Revised 2016-2021 the Unified Budget, Results and Accountability Framework (UBRAF)

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Joint Statement by CPPN, ICAD and ICASO on the
Unified Budget, Results and Accountability Framework (UBRAF)

4.3 Revised 2016-2021 UBRAF
28 June 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.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 December 2016 17:16

Intervention: Follow-up to the thematic segment from the 38th UNAIDS PCB meeting

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Joint Statement by

The Canadian Positive People Network (CPPN), the Interagency Coalition on AIDS & Development (ICAD) & ICASO
4.3 Follow-up to the thematic segment from the 38th PCB meeting
6 December 2016


Thank you Mr. Chair. Dear Secretariat and member states:

The Canadian Positive People Network, a young, independent network of people living with HIV and HIV co-infections, along with the Interagency Coalition on AIDS Development, a Canadian coalition of organizations, individuals and stakeholders from the labour, faith, and HIV and development sectors, and ICASO, a Canadian organization that acts as a global policy voice on HIV issues that impact diverse communities around the world, would like to reaffirm the various recommendations that have been shared with us by the esteemed panelists on the 38th PCB to highlight the important role played by the communities in our effort to end AIDS by 2030.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 December 2016 17:00

Civil Society Update to GFAN from the 36th Board Meeting

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November 16th-17th 2016

GFAN was invited as a Guest of the Chair to the 36th Global Fund Board Meeting in Montreux (Switzerland) and to attend the meetings of the Developed Country NGO Delegation as a permanent observer. This document provides an overview of the Board Meeting process, key documents and important issues, and potential advocacy opportunities for civil society.

Download here.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 06 December 2016 21:21

NEW RESOURCE EXPLORES EFFECTIVE HIV PREVENTION TOOLS FOR AFRICAN, CARIBBEAN AND BLACK COMMUNITIES

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CHABAC-Emerging Prevention_Technologies_EN_Page_1Ottawa, 2016 – The Canadian HIV/AIDS Black, African & Caribbean Network (CHABAC) today released its newest fact sheet, "Emerging Prevention Technologies and Canada's African, Caribbean and Black Communities"

The HIV prevention landscape is constantly shifting and increasingly complex. Today, there are more proven HIV prevention strategies, and growing knowledge about how to better understand and roll out these approaches in challenging contexts. Emerging prevention technologies, such as Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP), have many potential benefits. However their uptake in African, Caribbean and Black communities has been slow, due in part to access issues.

Last Updated on Thursday, 03 November 2016 13:18

ICAD Submission to the International Assistance Review (IAR)

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Recognizing the evolving global context and the need for Canada to adapt its response and approach to international assistance, Global Affairs Canada held a review with Canadians and partners from May to July 2016. The consultation sought evidence-based recommendations to shape Canada's new international assistance policy, funding and delivery framework. For more information please visit Canada's webpage on the process.  In July 2016, ICAD made a submission to the international assistance review on behalf of its membership: 

Last Updated on Friday, 23 September 2016 21:12

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