14th PCB Meeting, June 2003
The 14th Meeting of the Programme Coordinating Board. Geneva, Switzerland 26-27 June 2003
- Agenda item 5.2: Progress report on the UN System Strategic Plan for HIV/AIDS 2001–2005 (en | fr)
The UN System Strategic Plan 2001-2005 (UNSSP) guides the UN system response to HIV/AIDS. The document reports on mid-term performance monitoring review aimed at documenting how the UN system adds value at global and country level and on the updating of the UNSSP to ensure that the UN is responding to the current challenges and threats of the epidemic. The PCB is invited to take note of the progress to date and actions under way with regard to the performance monitoring and updating of the UNSSP.
- Agenda item 4: report of the PCB Working Group on UNAIDS Governance (en | fr)
An open-ended PCB Working Group on UNAIDS Governance was established by the UNAIDS Programme Coordinating Board at its 13th meeting. The PCB is requested to review the attached report and propose recommendations for approval.
- Agenda item 3: interim financial management information for the 2002–2003 biennium (en | fr)
The PCB is requested to take note of the interim financial management information for the 2002–2003 biennium and to encourage donor governments and others to release their contributions towards the Unified Budget and Workplan for 2002–2003, if they have not already done so.
- Agenda item 5.1: Partnership Agreement between UNAIDS and the Global Fund to Figth AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (en | fr)
Paper outlining the process of developing the partnership agreement with the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria.
- Provisional agenda item 2: Report on the State of HIV/AIDS Financing (en | fr)
The past year has seen significant further increases in international financial commitments to HIV/AIDS work in the developing world. The Secretary General’s call to reach annual HIV/AIDS spending of US$10 billion by 2005 is underpinned by a number of programmatic and financial assumptions. Important among these is the definitional premise, based on overall relative economic capacity, that one- half to two-thirds of necessary HIV/AIDS financing in the developing world will need to derive from external sources.
- Provisional agenda item 1.4: report of the Executive Director (en | fr)
The report is intended to update the PCB on the status of the epidemic, to summarize key developments in advancing the global and UN system response to the HIV epidemic over the first part of the 2002-2003 biennium and to identify the challenges that lie ahead, as well as the overall direction of the Programme in addressing them.
- Provisional agenda item 2: UNAIDS Unified Budget and Workplan 2004-2005 (en | fr)
The 2004-2005 UBW for UNAIDS developed in consultation with the cosponsoring organizations is organized from two complementary perspectives: the UNGASS Declaration of Committment and the work of individual Cosponsoring Organizations and the Secretariat. The thrust of the UBW is on implementing the decisions of the PCB following the five-year evaluation of UNAIDS. In line with these decisions, significantly increased effort and resources in the UBW are devoted to scaling up the response to HIV/AIDS at country level.