Join us to mark two years of progress at the International AIDS Conference in Durban!
6 July, 2016 | Blog, Events, Our people, Technical Coordination Group
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Please join us in a high-level meeting to discuss the progress of the ESA Commitment at the International AIDS Conference in Durban, South Africa.

WHEN: Monday, 18 July 2016, 8:00 – 12:30

WHERE: Room session 6 at the International AIDS Conference 2016, Durban International Convention Centre, Durban, South Africa

The meeting will host selected ministers, senior government officials from ministries of health, education, youth and gender; young people; development partners; and civil society to:

1. Review progress towards the ESA Commitment 2015 targets, share best practices and acheterviagrafr24.com agree on next steps to accelerate progress towards 2020 targets.

2. Discuss ways to strengthen cross-sectoral collaboration to ensure effective delivery of all the ESA Commitment targets.

3. Reaffirm political commitment by endorsing Roadmap 2020, which outlines key milestones to reach the 2020 targets.

Please check back soon for the meeting agenda!

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