The final report of the Panel is now available. 


The virtual consultation for the Global Review Panel on the future of the Joint Programme model is now closed. All comments will be reviewed by the Panel Co-Chairs. A report on the consultation will be made available on this website soon.

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Consultation on UNAIDS Joint Programme model

Help keep UNAIDS at the forefront of UN reform
The world has committed to ending the AIDS epidemic by 2030. This target sits within the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development agreed by the United Nations General Assembly in 2015. The General Assembly has also committed to Fast-Track the AIDS response over the next five years, in line with the 2016–2021 Strategy of the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS).

In partnership with a range of stakeholders, including people living with HIV, UNAIDS plays a key role in the global effort to deliver on these ambitions.  An integral part of the AIDS response, the Joint Programme is widely recognized for setting the vision and global agenda, providing leadership to achieve this agenda at country level, engaging in evidence-informed advocacy, delivering normative guidance and technical expertise, monitoring the epidemic and response, and promoting human rights and meaningful engagement of civil society.

The  Global Review Panel needs your help!
The new United Nations Secretary-General, António Guterres, has committed to leading a comprehensive reform effort. A Global Review Panel has been convened by Helen Clark, Chair of the United Nations Development Group and Michel Sidibé, UNAIDS Executive Director to address the challenges faced by UNAIDS—to make recommendations on how to make the Joint Programme sustainable and fit for purpose. The leadership of the Panel is committed to making this process as inclusive as possible. This virtual consultation is your opportunity to have a say in how to improve UNAIDS.
The UNAIDS Strategy and the General Assembly commitments define what to do: Fast-Track and end AIDS once and for all. The Global Review Panel is focused on how UNAIDS works—how the Joint Programme can be refined and reinforced to better support countries to end AIDS.
The Panel will focus specifically on three fundamental pillars of the Joint Programme: joint working, governance, financing and accountability. The discussion forums of the virtual consultation are organized the same way: one forum for each of the three pillars, and one forum for general discussion about how UNAIDS works.
UNAIDS needs your voice!
Global Review Panel Co-Chairs

Awa Coll-Seck
Minister of Health, Senegal
Lennarth Hjelmåker
Ambassador for Global Health, Sweden