World AIDS Day 2022 Commemoration ‎

  • November 25, 2022

VIEW CONCEPT NOTE [ENGLISH] [FRENCH] VIEW SOCIAL MEDIA TOOLKIT  [ENGLISH] [FRENCH] The African Union Commission joins the world to commemorate World AIDS Day on 1st December each year and re-ignite the political commitment to end AIDS as a public health threat in Africa by 2030. Founded in 1988, World

#ProtectedAndInformed Digital HIV Campaign

  • August 11, 2021

The Catalytic Framework to end AIDS, TB, and Malaria by 2030 provides a business model for investing for impact. The Framework emphasises the need for generation and use of evidence for: policy and programme interventions; advocacy; and capacity building. The Framework underscores the need to ensure that available resources

“Leaders Speaker” Podcast Series

  • July 1, 2021

The African Union Commission convened global and regional health leaders, National Heads of States, and Governments in Addis Ababa on the 9th February 2019 for the African Leadership Meeting (ALM) – Investing in Health. A crucial outcome of the meeting was the AU Assembly Decision Assembly/AU/20(XXXII): “Addis Ababa Commitment toward Shared Responsibility