Fraudulent emails and web sites

With the UN and UNAIDS logos freely available on the web, many official looking but fake web pages and emails have surfaced. Scam emails and announcements for public events, conferences, appointments and titles, awards, lotteries and solicitations in the name of UNAIDS have become more and more common. Some of these scams have been brought to our attention and we are alerting the public to help ensure people do not provide their personal information or take action based on these fraudulent communications. We urge you to be suspicious of unsolicited emails, phone calls and texts that ask for personal or financial information.

Please note

UNAIDS does not charge a fee at any stage of the recruitment process (application, interview meeting, processing, training or any other fees).

Potential fraud or corruption

UNAIDS is committed to the highest standards of accountability and responsibility. If you suspect or are aware of any instance of inappropriate use of UNAIDS resources, please report it immediately.

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