Investing for results. Results for people. A people-centred investment tool towards ending AIDS

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS)

This tool aims to reignite the momentum to reach the 2015 global AIDS targets agreed on by United Nations Member States at the 2011 United Nations General Assembly High Level Meeting on AIDS and articulated in the 2011 Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS. These targets are set within a results framework that is people-centred and outcome-oriented. This tool poses key programmatic and investment questions that national AIDS responses should be able to answer before making decisions on how to allocate resources for AIDS. It is a tool to help guide investment priorities that are cost-effective, efficient and product maximum impact.

August 13, 2012
Year of publication
2012
Tags
UNAIDS, AIDS, Global AIDS target, investment priorities

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