The PCB requested:
- African governments to take a strong advocacy role on HIV/AIDS, organizing an effective multisectoral response in their countries, committing more of their own resources to respond to HIV/AIDS, and to invite other partners to support these efforts;
- governments outside Africa to develop their individual plans describing how they will commit increased resources to HIV/AIDS in Africa, identify and mobilize nontraditional sources of funding, engage other partners, and harmonize their efforts through a common framework to be established within the Partnership;
- the Cosponsors and the Secretariat to continue the dialogue with African governments, international development agencies, people living with HIV/AIDS, NGOs, the private sector and other concerned partners to further develop and refine the Partnership;
- the Secretariat and the Cosponsors to work together with other partners at the national and regional level to facilitate the implementation of the Partnership, building on existing structures, in particular the expanded Theme Groups;
- the Secretariat and the Cosponsors, with other partners, to identify mechanisms for the timely transfer of resources, including South-South cooperation, mobilized in support of the implementation of the Partnership; and,
- the Secretariat to report back on a regular basis to the PCB and other partners on the progress made in advancing the Partnership.