The PCB approves the following five representatives of the nongovernmental organizations nominated to participate in the work of the Board, in accordance with ECOSOC resolution E/1995/L.24/Rev.1:
Ms Teresita Bagasao, Kabalikat ng Pamilyang Pilipino Foundation Inc. (HIV/AIDS Network Philippines)
Mr Mazuwa Banda, Churches Medical Association of Zambia (CMAZ)
Ms Martina Clark, International Community of Women Living with HIV/AIDS, USA
Mr Luis Gauthier, Chilean NGO AIDS Network
Mr Arnaud Marty-Lavauzuelle, AIDES Federation Nationale, France
The PCB takes note of the staggered membership of its PCB members, drawn by lots during the 1995 substantive session of ECOSOC on 13 July 1995. It decides that the six months of 1995 will be added to the terms of office indicated below:
The PCB requests the Executive Director to explore ways and means of increasing the United Nations support to UNAIDS, particularly through advocacy and mainstreaming activities; and to report back to the PCB at its next meeting.
The PCB encourages governments of Member States, private foundations, corporations, philanthropic organizations and others to inform the Executive Director of their expected contributions for 1996-97 as soon as possible. It requests contributors to remit their 1996 contribution in advance of, or as close as possible to the beginning of calendar year 1996 as their national processes allow.
The PCB therefore authorizes the Executive Director to immediately proceed, in a first phase, with the recruitment of staff as necessary, as presented in the indicative programme budget, and requests all donors to contribute the necessary funds to UNAIDS.
The PCB requests that an overall budget be developed, within an indicative range of US$ 120-140 million for the first biennium, on the basis that the budget submitted to the PCB will be supported by projected levels of income and on the following considerations: