Joint Action for Results UNAIDS Outcome Framework 2009–2011
The global response to the HIV epidemic is at a crossroads. The emergency footing of the response over the past 25 years and the broad social mobilization of stakeholders have spearheaded remarkable action and results. Yet the hard-won gains are fragile and call for a renewed commitment and leadership by the United Nations system. Our joint efforts have produced encouraging results, but many challenges lie ahead.
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