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Asia Pac HIV Key Population Networks Seek More Influence Over Global Fund Grant-Making

A coalition of regional key population networks responding to the impact of HIV in Asia and the Pacific is calling for its members to be more involved in managing key grants from the internationally funded Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (the Global Fund).

Ending AIDS in 2030: Do not leave ASIA-PACIFIC Behind

The high-level meeting on HIV/AIDS, to be held in June 2016 by the General Assembly is a pivotal occasion to rally global commitment to the fast-track targets and core actions for ending AIDS by 2030, as outlined in the UNAIDS 2016-2021 Strategy, “On the Fast-Track to end AIDS”.
Civil society networks and their member organizations across the Asia and the Pacific region has come up with this Asia-Pacific civil society position statement entitled ‘Ending AIDS in 2030: Do not Leave ASIA-PACIFIC Behind’ as an integrated and unified voices representing all the key populations most vulnerable and affected by HIV/AIDS. In order to turn the wheel of High Level Meeting and make it a historic event, our region has developed key advocacy messages also termed as ‘Asks to the member states at this UN High Level Meeting on Ending AIDS’.