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1 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative Treat 3 million by 2005 Treat 3 million by 2005 Naisiadet Mason HIV/AIDS Department, WHO, Geneva, Switzerland CCIH, May 2004

2 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative 40,000,000 are infected with HIV/AIDS worldwide 6,000,000 need treatment every year 3,000,000 die because they do not get it 400,000 people living with AIDS have access to treatment today Antiretroviral Therapy (ART) keeps people with HIV/AIDS alive and healthy. It is not a cure The Goal: Provide access to treatment for all The Target: Treat 3 million HIV sufferers by 2005 What is the "3 by 5" Target? World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative

3 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative High burden countries in need of ART, Nov 2003

4 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative Countries that have appealed for WHO Technical Assistance, Feb 2004

5 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative Yearly deaths as a factor of total in Introduction of Highly Active Antiretroviral Treatment (HAART) AIDS Deaths in Africa AIDS Deaths in Western Europe Source: Adapted from WHO/UNAIDS Statistics & HIV/AIDS Surveillance in Europe, End-year report 2001, No 66, CESES Widening Gap of AIDS Treatment World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative

6 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative What ARVs Can Do

7 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative Pillars of the "3 by 5" Strategy Global leadership, strong partnership and advocacy Urgent, sustained country support Simplified treatment Effective supply of medicines and diagnostics Learn by doing World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative

8 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative A Simple Two-Pronged Approach World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative Country Driven Simplification WHO Strategy to Support Global Efforts to Scale Up Treatment

9 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative A Simple Two-Pronged Approach Country Driven Scale-up & treatment happens in country. It is country driven Governments are responsible for the care and treatment of their citizens, including the poor and marginalized Multiple actors are involved in ART and with scale-up WHO provides technical support to governments Focus on UNAIDS "three ones" approach  One National Plan  One Coordinating Body  One Monitoring and Evaluation System

10 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative Simplification A Simple Two-Pronged Approach Fixed Dose Combination (FDC) drugs simplify drug regimen to just one pill twice a day WHO has established an AIDS Medicines and Diagnostics Service (AMDS) to help countries streamline procurement and supply AMDS links with the WHO Procurement, Quality and Sourcing Project (pre-qualification), assessing products and manufacturers, facilitating procurement

11 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative The AMDS in Focus A project of UNAIDS, WHO, UNICEF the World Bank and other partners Activities of the AMDS: Strategic information Stockpiles and pooled procurement Product selection Demand forecasting Market intelligence on sources, prices, raw materials Technical support for product selection, procurement, supply-management and local production Prequalification of ARVs and diagnostics

12 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative What is "3 by 5" Building On? Increased global political commitment and resources Simplified treatment and testing Cheaper drugs and generic competition Build on lessons from developing and developed countries Use ART to strengthen health systems and accelerate prevention Opportunities Partners Experience World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative

13 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative What is "3 by 5" Building On? Opportunities Partners UN and international agencies, governments, donors, non-governmental organizations including faith based organizations, researchers, people living with HIV/AIDS, private sector, charitable foundations, and communities Experience World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative

14 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative What is "3 by 5" Building On? Opportunities Experience Partners Lessons learned by WHO in dealing with SARS, Polio, TB will be applied in addressing the world's worst health crisis: HIV/AIDS Lessons learned from partners, e.g. MSF in Khayelitsha, Partners in Health in Haiti, MTCT in Burkina Faso and treatment programs in the private sector World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative

15 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative Funding for Treatment Scale-up Countries $5.5 billion to scale-up treatment to reach the target of 3 million people WHO $218 million for WHO technical assistance, 85% to be spent in country Budget requirements through to December 2005: World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative

16 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative Achievements to date & next steps Dec 1 st Launched "3 by 5" strategy and simplified treatment guidelines Feb-April WHO staff deployed to 26 countries to help draw up 4 th round GFATM proposals and national AIDS plans May-July Technical assistance to countries ready for immediate scale-up Aug-Dec Continued technical assistance to countries

17 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative July Access to ART for all made WHO/UNAIDS core policy Sept HIV/AIDS declared Global Health Emergency, UN General Assembly Nov First partners meeting on proposed Strategy Dec WHO UNAIDS "3 by 5" strategy launched Feb-June WHO Technical Assistance in countries for GFATM proposals and development of National AIDS scale up plans and roll out May WHA to consolidate political commitment and action. Second partners meeting on Operational Planning July Bangkok AIDS Conference – WHO Business plan and report Key dates

18 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative Milestones for December countries request WHO support 60 countries establish ARV target 60 countries develop national implementation plans 50 countries use AMDS 50 countries use WHO-based certification of competence $50 to $200 yearly cost of ARV treatment 20,000 service outlets providing VCT 10,000 service outlets providing ART 100,000 health providers and community treatment supporters 30,000 partnerships with treatment outlets and community groups

19 World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative The Time to Act is Now “To deliver antiretroviral treatment to the millions who need it, we must change the way we think and change the way we act. “Business as usual will not work. Business as usual means watching thousands of people die every single day.” LEE Jong-wook, Director-General, WHO World Health Organization "3 by 5" Initiative

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