The 2018 NGO Delegation Report to the UNAIDS PCB explores certain key global trends: increasing diversity and complexity of human mobility, the increased prominence of women on the move, the shift in our health paradigm towards a more positive appreciation of development and people on the move, the growing acknowledgement that mobility is not only or even predominantly about crossing international borders but also about internal or in-country population movements, and the resurgence of attacks on human rights and international migration. These trends are having significant impacts in terms of the health and HIV vulnerability of people on the move.
This report is intended to help renew and focus the dialogue around people on the move so that the 2030 target of ending AIDS as a public health threat can be achieved. It is the NGO Delegation’s contribution to support Member States to ensure that mobile populations are covered for services across their origin, transit and destination countries.
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