UNAIDS at country level Supporting countries as they move towards universal access
This publication reviews the country- level work of UNAIDS in 2005 and early 2006 within the context of regional and global efforts to move towards universal access. During this period, UNAIDS focused its country support work on two main areas. The first was improving the architecture of the AIDS response in the face of increasing complexity, growing resources and the involvement of new actors. The second priority of country work was securing political commitment to a dramatic expansion of services for prevention, treatment, care and support. Based on this period this report discusses the major centres of work and illustrates them through examples from specific countries. Brief descriptions are also provided for the work of each of the ten Cosponsors of UNAIDS.