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close this bookUpdate on Country Activities, Presented at the First Meeting of the Contact Group (UNAIDS, 2000, 61 p.)
View the document(introduction...)
View the documentSlide 1: Roles of countries and the UN in accelerating access to care and support
View the documentSlide 2: A reminder of what we advocate: an essential care package
View the documentSlide 3: PLUS: Care activities of intermediate complexity or cost
View the documentSlide 4: PLUS: Care activities of high complexity or cost
View the documentSlide 5: Country process
View the documentSlide 6: Action plan
View the documentSlide 7: Access to HIV-Related Drugs (UN Strategy)
View the documentSlide 8: Swaziland
View the documentSlide 9: Senegal
View the documentSlide 10: Uganda
View the documentSlide 11: Linkage with other UN initiatives
View the documentSlide 12
View the documentSlide 13

Slide 4: PLUS: Care activities of high complexity or cost

PLUS: Care activities of high
complexity or cost

· Antiretroviral therapy

· Management of difficult opportunistic diseases


· Comprehensive public services that reduce the impact of HIV infection

Now we are talking antiretroviral therapy, the mangement of difficult to treat opportunistic infections, and a comprehensive social security net.

We support the aspiration that everyone should have access to the highest possible standard of care and support. At the same time, the inequities of this world render this unrealistic for millions of people.

With initiatives like accelerating access, we have an opportunity to try to change this situation for the better.

You already heard that we will focus on work at country level within the initiative. I would now like to show how this is being implemented/Let's see how we envisage doing so: