On 1 March, people around the world will be joining together to celebrate Zero Discrimination Day. This year’s theme is Stand Out and encourages everyone to stand for fair and just societies.
A consultant shall be recruited to develop/adjust the databases according to the methodology and needs of the current IBBS study.
2016 HIGH-LEVEL MEETING ON ENDING AIDS
United Nations General Assembly New York | 8–10 June 2016
In 2015, the world delivered on the AIDS targets of Millennium Development Goal 6—halting and reversing the AIDS epidemic. This remarkable achievement marks the first time a global health target has been met and exceeded. By mid-2015, the number of people accessing antiretroviral therapy reached nearly 16 million—double the number just five years earlier. Ending AIDS by 2030 is an integral part of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), which were unanimously adopted by United Nations Member States in 2015.
The consultant's overall objective is to participate in performing the expenditures assessment based on the National AIDS Spending Assessment, cross-checking the data with the state budget expenditures reports and the most recent Resource Flows Survey, filling in the cover sheet and the National AIDS Funding Matrix.
The consultant will take the overall responsibility for data collection, validation, data entry and report writing.
Consultant to be responsible for data input into the online reporting tool at http://AIDSreportingtool.unaids.org with due regard to consistency checks among available national data and validated indicator values and report writing.