You can find the complete report from the 34th meeting of the UNAIDS PCB (here) specifically including the report from the thematic segment (here), and decisions, outcomes and conclusions of the meeting (here).
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34th UNAIDS PCB Meeting NGO Delegation Communique
The NGO Delegation made several lively interventions during this PCB. Among others, we noted the need to simultaneously pursue the global commitment to ending AIDS, while at the same time ensuring HIV is not lost in the new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), many of which also have a target date of 2030. And we re-emphasised the need to describe this process as movement towards universal access to prevention, treatment, care and support.
34th Meeting of the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board
Geneva, Switzerland; 1-3 July 2014
Below is a summary of outcomes or decisions of the meeting. Agenda items not mentioned, were adopted by the board or unchanged. The entire document can be downloaded here. For the agenda of the meeting, click here. Read more on Final decisions, recommendations, and conclusions of the 34th PCB…
Update on the AIDS Response in the Post-2015 Development Agenda
Joint statement delivered by Caritas Internationalis on behalf of Association Community Pope John XXIII, Caritas Australia, Ecumenical Advocacy Alliance, Edmund Rice International, International Association of Charities, International Catholic Child Bureau, Medical Mission Institute, and Trócaire.
By David Ruiz Villafranca, Senior Policy Advisor, Stop AIDS Allianc
This statement is made on behalf of Stop Aids Alliance and COC Netherlands.
We acknowledge UNAIDS’ role in positioning HIV and Aids within the post-2015 framework negotiations, and welcome the decision of the GA to convene a high-level meeting on HIV and Aids in 2016. We also applaud the efforts of civil society and the NGO delegation to make this happen and support given by member states.