Soutien au SIDA 2016, Durban, Afrique du Sud

Organisation Déclarante:International AIDS Society
Budget Total ($CAD):$ 500,000
Délai d’exécution: mars 30, 2016 - décembre 31, 2016
Statut: Fermé
Coordonnées: Non précisé

Profils des Partenaires et Bailleurs de Fonds

Organisation Déclarante

International AIDS Society

Organisations Participantes

Bailleurs de fonds (Contribution budgétaire totale)

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Region - Allocation Budgétaire Totale

Afrique subsaharienne - $ 440,700.00 (88.14%)

Afrique du nord - $ 59,300.00 (11.86%)

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Domaines d'Intervention

Santé - Allocation Budgétaire Totale

Promotion de la santé & éducation (40 %)

Santé & droits sexuels (40 %)

VIH (20 %)

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This project represents Canada’s support to the annual International AIDS Conference for 2016, held in Durban, South Africa. The five-day conference convenes over 20,000 delegates drawn from a diverse and voluntary pool of academics, activists, planners, and practitioners worldwide. Under the Conference theme “Access Equity Rights Now” three thousand presentations, papers, and workshops explore the evidence and chart way forward for ending AIDS. As part of the conference theme, there will be a focus on global targets for diagnosing, treating, and reducing transmission of 90 percent of people living with HIV/AIDS. The cross-cutting themes of gender equality, human rights, and innovation will be front and centre, as will be the most vulnerable populations such as young women and girls. This is the eighth time that Global Affairs Canada (GAC) supports the International AIDS Conference and as part of AIDS 2016 has increased its contribution to include support for a pre-conference workshop on “treatment as prevention” be co-convened by Dr. Julio Montaner from the BC Centre for HIV/AIDS.

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Population Cible

Genre et âge: Non précisé
Population Ciblée Directement: Non précisé
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Résultats & Indicateurs

Résultats Attendus

Expected results of this project are: 1. Increased collaboration and partnership in HIV/AIDS programming, including partnership across sectors; and, 2. Enhanced policy commitments to evidence-based, human rights-affirming HIV; and, 3. AIDS responses that reflect the latest scientific evidence, HIV funding requirements, and the needs of key populations, particularly women and girls.

Résultats Obtenus

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Associated Projects (If applicable)

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