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HOME: POPULATION ISSUES: PREVENTING HIV INFECTION: HIV/AIDS Update 2002
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HIV/AIDS Update 2002
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UNAIDS

An effective response to HIV/AIDS requires collaboration and coordination among organizations, each bringing its own strengths to the partnership.

UNFPA is one of the founding co-sponsors of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS), an innovative joint venture of the United Nations family.**

To enhance coordination, UNFPA participates in UN Theme Groups and employs the UNAIDS Unified Budget and Workplan to ensure that resources are used effectively to reach common objectives.

For a year starting 1 July 2001, the UNFPA Executive Director chaired the UNAIDS Committee of Co-sponsoring Organizations, which works at the global level to support regional and country-level responses.

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