WHO Global Programme on AIDS (GPA)

Programme mondial OMS de lutte contre le SIDA
Programme mondial OMS de lutte contre le SIDA

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Founded

1987-02-01

History

1 Feb 1987, as WHO Special Programme on AIDS (SPA) -- Programme spécial OMS de lutte contre le SIDA, the focal point for the global AIDS strategy of B-XB3548 - WHO. Ceased to exist Jan 1996, when replaced by and activities taken over by E-XE2288 - Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS (UNAIDS).

Aims

Prevent human immunodeficiency virus (HIV) infection, which causes AIDS; reduce the personal and social impact of AIDS and HIV infection; support and strengthen national AIDS programmes throughout the world; provide global leadership, help ensure international collaboration and pursue global activities of general value and importance.

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Structure

One of 8 main programme divisions of WHO. Organization at Headquarters: Office of the Executive Director; Office for External Coordination and Mobilization (ECM); Programme of Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STD); Office of Planning and Policy Coordination (PPC); Office of Administration, Management and Information (AMI); Division of Research and Intervention Development (RID); Division of Technical Cooperation (TCO). Guidance provided by the GPA Management Committee, WHO Executive Board and World Health Assembly, and Advisory Council on HIV and AIDS.

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UN Sustainable Development Goals **

GOAL 3: Good Health and Well-being

UIA Org ID

XE5953

Last News

1995

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