The African Development Forum 2000: leadership at all levels to overcome HIV/AIDS
Author(s)/Corporate Author (s)United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa;
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The formal outcome of ADF 2000 is the African Consensus and Plan of Action: Leadership to overcome HIV/AIDS. What does this really mean! What are the commitments made by individuals, family and community, by all sectors of society,by governments, and by international organizations! And how are they to be turned into reality?ADF was a working meeting. It was preceded by a series of 23 preparatory consultations across Africa at the national level,in which governments, UN organizations, the private sector and civil society came together to set agendas and demands for the Forum itself. Six specific groups continued to meet during the Forum itself, and produced their own final statements, which were appended to the African Consensus and Plan of Action as an integral part. ADF was unique in that there were key implications, and specific recommendations, for everyone. There were five levels of commitment: personal, community, national, regional and international.
Citation“United Nations. Economic Commission for Africa (2000). The African Development Forum 2000: leadership at all levels to overcome HIV/AIDS. UN. ECA African Development Forum (2nd : 2000, Dec. 3-7 : Addis Ababa, Ethiopia). Addis Ababa:. © UN. ECA,. http://hdl.handle.net/10855/1315”
ConferenceUN. ECA African Development Forum (2nd : 2000, Dec. 3-7 : Addis Ababa, Ethiopia)
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