UNDP HIV, Health and Development Annual Report 2016--2017




UNDP HIV, Health and Development Annual Report 2016--2017

August 18, 2017

UNDP’s work on HIV and health makes a powerful contribution to Agenda 2030 and the commitment to leave no one behind. The 2016-2017 Annual Report highlights results from UNDP’s work to support 127 countries to achieve SDG 3 and other health-related SDG targets.

The report includes an overview of the portfolio, and how we support countries to deliver results on reducing inequalities and exclusion that drive HIV and poor health; promoting effective and inclusive governance for health, and; building resilient and sustainable systems for health. It also showcases our diverse partnerships across development sectors, including governments, civil society organizations, academia, key population networks, UN agencies, multi-lateral and bilateral donors, and the private sector.



Report Highlights

  • 2.5 million lives saved
  • 62 UNAIDS Fast-Track countries and other UNAIDS priority countries supported on human rights, gender and key populations
  • 46 countries supported with Global Fund grant implementation
  • 2 million people currently on HIV treatment
  • 65 million cases of malaria treated
  • 870,000 cases of TB successfully treated
  • 52 countries supported to conduct legal and policy environment assessments to determine the nature and extent of legal barriers to accessing HIV services for people living with HIV and key populations