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ICAD is working with Global Affairs Canada (GAC) to recruit two members for the Canadian Delegation to the UN High-Level Meeting on HIV (HLM on HIV). We are recruiting one delegate who is a person living with HIV, and a […]

 

Every year, Canada, along with other signatories of the  2016 United Nations Political Declaration on HIV and AIDS: On the Fast-Track to Accelerate the Fight against HIV and to End the AIDS Epidemic by 2030 , reports on its progress towards meeting the commitments.   The Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development (ICAD) was contracted by the Public Health Agency of Canada (PHAC) to solicit feedback from Canadian civil society organizations about the status of, and response to, Canada’s HIV epidemic in the past two years to inform Canada’s submission of the 2020 Global AIDS Monitoring Report (GAM) to the United Nations Joint Programme on HIV and AIDS (UNAIDS). The GAM … Read more 


 

The Canadian HIV/AIDS Black, African and Caribbean (CHABAC) Network has been listed as a good practice model to help mobilize African, Caribbean and Black communities (ACB) in other countries to consider developing a similar regional hub model to engage ACB communities for country-level impacts funded by their national governments.

The 2018 NGO Report to the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board is intended to help renew and focus the dialogue around people on the move so that the 2030 target of ending AIDS as a public health threat can be achieved. It represents the NGO Delegation’s contribution to support Member States to ensure that mobile populations are covered for services across their … Read more 


 


 


 

40 th UNAIDS PCB Thematic Segment: HIV Prevention 2020: A Global Partnership for Delivery Panel: What is required for prevention scale-up Delivered by: Robin Montgomery, Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development (ICAD) I speak on behalf of the Interagency Coalition on AIDS and Development (ICAD) – a Consortium of over 100 Canadian-based front-line and international development partners, community leaders and advocates. Thank you very much to our esteemed panelists and to the working group who have organized today’s very important thematic segment. One issue we haven’t heard about today – but yet constitutes a key driver of new infections around the world – is the growing level of HIV complacency. … Read more 


 


 

Please take part and help us spread the word on this campaign! The NGO Delegation is organizing #TheUNAIDSWeNeed, a social media campaign to drum up awareness on the ongoing process of rethinking the new UNAIDS operating model. This is also an opportunity to visually send messages to UNAIDS Secretariat, Co-sponsors, and Member States on what the global HIV community and civil society expect and envisage of the UNAIDS new operating model. For this campaign, we would like to request you to share photos of you and your colleagues and community partners holding signs with messages that respond to the hashtag. You can use A4 size paper or other sizes – … Read more 


 


 

UNAIDS plays a central role in the global effort to end the AIDS epidemic as part of the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals. Meeting this global ambition requires UNAIDS to adapt to a rapidly changing context. The UNAIDS Board has instructed UNAIDS to convene a Global Review Panel to address challenges and to make recommendations on how to make UNAIDS sustainable and fit for purpose. From 30 January to mid-February 2017, the Global Review Panel launched a virtual consultation, open to everyone, to:

Encourage meaningful engagement on a number of strategic questions over three key discussion topics.
Capture a diverse range of stakeholder inputs.
Serve as a primary input for the … Read more