With the new UNDP Strategic Plan 2022-2025 and the Global AIDS strategy 2021-2026. End Inequalities. End AIDS adopted, UNDP's Health team is launching a consultation to update the HIV, Health and Development Strategy 2016-2021. The Global Fund to Fight AIDS, TB and Malaria and PEPFAR are also in the process of finalising their new strategies, and the Global Action Plan for Healthy Lives and well-Being is in its third year of its implementation. This provides an opportunity to reflect on recent and future trends in health and development as well as the evolution within UNDP and among partner organizations.
As an organization focused on health as a driver, indicator and outcome of development, UNDP has an important role in supporting health outcomes by helping countries to address social, cultural, economic, legal and commercial determinants of HIV and health.
This UNDP consultation seeks your insights and perspectives to inform the development of the HIV, Health and Development Strategy (HHD) 2022-2025: Connecting the Dots. The consultation features a Discussion Room, with guiding questions centered around strategic innovation, data, digitalization, energy, financing, pandemic preparedness and the response to COVID-19, and the climate emergency. You can respond to one or more of the questions in the Discussion Room.
The consultation is open to all UNDP staff, Technical Partners, UNAIDS Cosponsors, Policymakers and Civil Society Organizations working on HIV and health.
Inputs from this consultation will be used to shape key priorities and actions for the HHD Strategy 2022-2025: Connecting the Dots. Inputs will be consolidated into a synthesis report. The HHD Strategy 2022- 2025 will be launched in December 2021.
- Ludo Bok, Manager SDGs and UNAIDS, HIV, Health and Development Group, UNDP (email@example.com)
- Any questions about this consultation and SparkBlue can be shared with Andrea Nannipieri, Facilitator, Community of Practice (CoP) on HIV and Health (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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