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Organizaciones de Europa Oriental y Asia Central alertan sobre la amenaza a poblaciones clave en la región

La declaración de las organizaciones sostiene que la alarmante situación epidemiológica y la reducción de financiación prevista por el Fondo Mundial podrían afectar a la sostenibilidad de los resultados positivos de la lucha contra el SIDA a escala mundial, además de propiciar una aplicación menos eficaz de la nueva meta global de poner fin al VIH para 2030. Más información, en inglés, está disponible abajo.

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Joint statement of constituencies for the 36th Global Fund Board outlines problems and provides general recommendations

Along with the statement, the board received case studies on the EECA countries: Bulgaria, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania, Russia and Serbia. These country profiles provided overviews of the epidemiologic situation, schematic information about programs and service delivery, specific policy barriers and recommendations.  Direct links between the statement and the case studies are not presented here however, the profiles attempted to emphasize the country-specific problems that are focused on in the general recommendations of the statement to the Fund.

Initially the statement covered two regions, EECA and EMR. While writing this article, we were informed that since submitting the statement to Office of Board Affairs, that both the LAC and SEA constituencies decided to ‘join’ the statement.

The epidemiological situation in the EECA is usually the main point of dispute between different advocacy campaigns that are trying to debate on decreasing donor contributions, though is unlikely to be taken into consideration as the countries with middle and high income are expected to contribute in controlling their own epidemics.

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