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10th PCB Meeting, December 2000

The 10th Meeting of the Programme Coordinating Board. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil 14-15 December 2000

  • Provisional agenda (en | fr)
    The agenda for the 10th PCB meeting includes consideration of reports from the Executive Director, the Committee of Cosponsoring Organizations and the NGO representative, as well as a debriefing on field visits, a Global Strategy for HIV/AIDS, progress reports, the Five-year evaluation of UNAIDS, the UN System Strategic Plan on HIV/AIDS 2001-2005, and the Special Session of the UN General Assembly on HIV/AIDS.
  • Provisional agenda item 4.1: progress report on the development of a UN system strategic plan for HIV/AIDS 2001-2005 (en | fr)
    Since the last PCB meeting, UNAIDS and the Cosponsors have intensified efforts to develop the Plan, with UN organizations now further developing their contributions to it, while commenting on the plans of other UN organizations using a World Wide Web-based database. The Plan will be presented to the June 2001 PCB for approval.
  • Provisional agenda item 4.1: progress report on the 5-Year evaluation of UNAIDS in 2001 (en | fr)
    The PCB authorized establishment of an Evaluation Supervisory Panel (ESP) of five to seven independent individuals to supervise the process; the search for a Chair - a well-known and respected international leader; a management support team; and instructed the ESP to implement the evaluation in accordance with the agreed Mandate.
  • Decisions, recommendations and conclusions (en | fr)
    Decisions from the 10th PCB meeting included: globally, care and prevention agendas should be more integrated; UNAIDS should track and report increasing resource flows; Member States should continue to support national processes within IPAA; the Secretariat, Cosponsors and other organizations of the UN system should finalize their contributions to the United Nations System Strategic Plan.
  • Provisional agenda item 1.3: report by the Executive Director (en | fr)
    In his report to the PCB, Dr Piot noted in the past year there had been new HIV/AIDS political commitment, resources, and alliances against it. However, he urged the PCB meeting to focus on strategic planning and a unified response to HIV/AIDS at the global level to, among other things, increase prevention and care and to combat stigma.
  • Provisional agenda item 3: framework for global leadership on HIV/AIDS (en | fr)
    Many key stakeholders in the global strategy process are helping to shape the Framework, while inter-agency working groups are refining strategies for young people, school settings, orphans, care, gender, and HIV prevention among drug abusers. The PCB endorsed the Framework work to date and urged widespread dissemination and endorsement.
  • Annex 1: mandate for the 5-year evaluation of UNAIDS (en | fr)
    The Evaluation will assess the extent to which UNAIDS has met its goals and core objective; examine the degree to which they are realistic; recommend future directions, governance, management and functions of UNAIDS to promote improved performance; and review the relevance of UNAIDS’ objectives and functions for the challenges of the next five years.
  • Report of the third ad hoc thematic meeting of the Programme Coordinating Board of UNAIDS, Rio de Janeiro, 14-15 December 2000 (en | fr)
    Includes reports from the Executive Director, the Committee of Cosponsoring Organizations and the NGO representative, as well as a debriefing on field visits, a Global Strategy for HIV/AIDS, progress reports, the Five-year evaluation of UNAIDS, the UN System Strategic Plan on HIV/AIDS 2001-2005, and the Special Session of the UN General Assembly on HIV/AIDS.