UNAIDS, the collective action of 11 UN organizations and the Secretariat, is a unique model that has promoted UN coordination and coherence around a global priority. UNAIDS plays specific roles within an “AIDS ecosystem” that includes people living with HIV, national AIDS programmes, health systems, civil society, the private sector, faith-based organizations and many others.
  • UNAIDS sets the global agenda on AIDS and stimulates leadership to achieve this agenda at country level.
  • UNAIDS collects data from countries, analyzes this data to monitor the epidemic and the response and engages in evidence-informed advocacy.
  • UNAIDS provides normative guidance and technical expertise to national AIDS responses.
  • UNAIDS promotes human rights, gender equality and the meaningful engagement of civil society.

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