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23 July 2012

CEGAA's Programmes Manager presents at the IAC Global Village Session

AVAC: Global Advocacy for HIV Prevention

Nhlanhla NdlovuNhlanhla Ndlovu, CEGAA's Programmes Manager, addressed the IAC “Know Your Resources” Resource Tracking Global Village workshop. 

Date: Monday, July 23rd          

Time: 5:00 – 6:00 p.m. (USA: GMT - 5)

Venue: Global Village Session Room 2

Know Your Resources: How to use funding data to strengthen your messages in the critical push for investing in the end of AIDS

Achieving universal access to HIV prevention, treatment, care and support by 2015 is estimated to cost US $22 billion. This target, part of a comprehensive global investment framework, would prevent 12.2 million infections and 7.4 million deaths by 2020. By understanding the flow of resources, advocates can better target their efforts, bring donors to the table and strategize a way forward to making an AIDS-free generation a reality.


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  • #AIDS2012 poll: Do you conduct any resource tracking activities? On what issues? Tweet your answer to @FCAA 8505
  • #AIDS2012 poll: Do you use or reference funding data (resource tracking) in your work? What sources do you use? Tweet your answer to @FCAA 8160

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