In preparation of the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board on 29 June – 2 July 2021, which will discuss how to translate the UNAIDS Strategy and Political Declaration on HIV/AIDS into a plan of action called the Unified Budget, Results and Accountability Framework (UBRAF), EATG presented a community perspective on priorities in the WHO Europe region:
Brussels, 22 June 2022
The European AIDS Treatment Group (EATG), recognises the success in achieving and passing the target 90-90-90 in some but not all countries. Too many populations at risk of infection or already living with HIV are facing the lack of political commitment and cooperation in too many countries.
In that context, EATG urges UNAIDS to work with countries in Central and Eastern European and Central Asia to guarantee emergency preparedness and to raise awareness of the vulnerability of key HIV populations, especially during times of crisis. In particular, we call for UNAIDS support:
If these actions can become part of the 2021-2026 plan, the EATG is confident that more results will be visible and will contribute to the improvement of lives in this decade.
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