Joint United Nations Program on AIDS (UNAIDS):

Huber, Jeffrey T.; Gillaspy, Mary L.
October 2000
Encyclopedic Dictionary of AIDS-Related Terminology;2000, p125
Reference Entry
An encyclopedia entry for the term "Joint United Nations Program on AIDS" is presented. It refers to the 1996 successor to the Global Programme on AIDS. The purpose of creating the program is to advocate against AIDS more effectively, use United Nations (UN) resources more economically and lend greater coherence to UN support of other AIDS projects.


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