Speech by Ms. Jantine Jacobi, Chief, Gender Equality and Diversity Division on the occasion of the United Nations Commission on the Status of Women, 57th session, New York
To help measure progress on gender equality and HIV, a global indicator on “prevalence of recent intimate partner violence” has been added to the core indicators for country reporting on the progress in the AIDS response, with 52 countries having reported on the indicator. The UNAIDS family would like to reiterate its readiness to work with all partners to eliminate violence against women and girls and work towards the vision of Zero new HIV infections, Zero AIDS-related deaths, and Zero discrimination.
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