Category Archives: News and Events
By Yvonne Kasine (UN Plus Advisory Group Member/UNICEF Rwanda) UN Plus and UN Cares had a booth in the Global Village at the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016) in Durban from 18th to 22nd July 2016. Many people came … Continue reading
During 2015, UN Plus conducted a qualitative study on the experiences of UN staff members living with HIV. In the study, 13 HIV-positive staff members of different grades, nationalities, duty stations, gender and sexual orientations were interviewed about their experiences … Continue reading
UN Plus in collaboration with UN Cares has an exhibition booth at the 21st International AIDS Conference (AIDS 2016) in Durban, South Africa. The booth is located in the Global Village (Booth #519). Ifyou are attending the AIDS 2016, please … Continue reading
The UN Plus Programme Note: Past, Present and Future (2014 – 2016) gives a summary of UN Plus initiatives since 2014 up till now. It is available here for download.
UN Plus has completed a case study on the “One Stop Clinic” in Kenya. The “One Stop Clinic” is a service offered by the UN system in Kenya that provides access to HIV-related treatment to UN staff living with HIV. … Continue reading
By Jane Sinyei (UN Plus Coordinator, Kenya) The UN Run organized on a HIV and wellness platform for staff, was held this morning at UN Gigiri to mark this year’s World AIDS Day (WAD). WAD is usually commemorated on 1st December worldwide. The … Continue reading
By Evelyn Jonazi (UN Plus/UNAIDS Malawi) (a) UN Malawi holds UN Wellness Day The UN in Malawi recently held their annual UN Wellness Day at Peak Gardens in the capital city, Lilongwe, with the aim of reminding the UN personnel … Continue reading
Disclosure of one’s HIV status is an extremely sensitive issue. The extent to which people living with HIV decide to keep their HIV status private is a personal choice, and we need to respect that decision in any context or … Continue reading
UN Plus Joins the Zero Discrimination Campaign in Malawi By Evelyn Jonazi (UN Plus/UNAIDS Malawi) Leadership in the AIDS response requires a strong sense of social justice and social change. In order to end AIDS, ensuring health, dignity and security … Continue reading
To commemorate its 10th anniversary, UN Plus conducted an evaluation exercise to review its successes and achievements as well as document its challenges and obstacles. The summary and the full report are available for download here.