HIV, Health and Development

Globally there are 34 million people living with HIV. While new HIV infections have declined by 20 percent between 2001 and 2011, the HIV epidemic continues to outpace the response. UNDP works with countries to understand and respond to the development dimensions of HIV and health, recognizing that action outside the health sector can contribute significantly to better health outcomes.

Our Goals

UNDP supports countries to integrate attention to HIV in national planning, gender equality and MDG efforts; promote enabling human rights and legislative environments to reduce vulnerability to HIV and strengthen governance and coordination of national responses; and strengthen implementation of complex, multilateral and multi-sectoral funds and programmes including those financed by the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.

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UNDP-Global Fund Country Impact Sheets

These country impact pages showcase the results, overall impact, capacity development highlights and specific grant information for the countries where UNDP acts as interim Principal Recipient (PR) for Global Fund grants. In countries where UNDP is requested to assume the interim PR responsibility for implementing a Global Fund grant, particular emphasis is placed on strengthening national systems, processes and skills with the aim of transitioning the PR role to a national partner as and when circumstances permit. The impact pages can be downloaded in PDF format for easy sharing or printing. more

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Featured publications
UNDP Strategy on HIV, Health and Development

Addressing social, cultural and economic determinants of HIV and Health

Lost in Transition: Transgender People, Rights and HIV Vulnerability in the Asia-Pacific Region

 

HIV and the Law: Risks, Rights & Health

A coherent and compelling evidence base on human rights and legal issues relating to HIV.

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What's new: Video on UNDP-Global Fund support to Tajikistan

UNDP and Global Fund support Tajikistan’s response to HIV, TB and Malaria


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