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UN Organizations Akaleselassie Mekuria (UNFPA, Ethiopia); Alassane Dia (World Bank); Amaya Gillespie (UNICEF); Amy Stratford (World Bank); Andy Tembon (World Bank); Angela Chukwunyem (UNESCO, Abuja); Anju Sharma (World Bank); Anna Maria Hoffman (UNICEF); Bachir Sarr (UNESCO-BREDA); Bert Voetberg (World Bank); Carl Ampah (UNESCO, Ghana); Changu Mannathoko (UNICEF); Christine Panchard (UNESCO/IBE); Claire Mulanga (ILO); Cynthia Mouelle Kalanga (UNESCO, Kinshasa); Cyrilla Bwakirah (UNICEF, Abuja); Don Bundy (World Bank); Don Taylor (World Bank, Nigeria); Dorothée Kalonga Bibomba (UNESCO, Kinshasa); Dulce Almeida-Borges (UNESCO); Dzingai Mutumbuka (World Bank); Emmanuel Malangalila (World Bank, Tanzania); Eric Allemano (UNESCO/IIEP); Evelyn Serima (ILO); Fahma Nur (World Bank); Fatou Ndiaye (UNESCO-BREDA); Foussenou Cissoko (UNESCO, Yaoundé); Geraldo Martins (World Bank); Hubert Charles (UNESCO, Abuja); Iyabo Fagbulu (UNESCO, Abuja); Jacqueline Betouna (UNESCO, Yaoundé); Jane Miller (World Bank, Nigeria); Justine Sass (UNESCO, IATT Secretariat); Kidist Chala (ILO, Ethiopia); Lemma Merid (UNDP); Luc Rukingama (UNESCO-BREDA); Lucy Teasdale (UNESCO/IIEP); Makhily Gassana (UNESCO); Marcel Ouattara (UNICEF); Marie Yvette Saccadura (UNESCO, Brazzaville); Mayé Diouf (UNESCO-BREDA); Michael Azevor (World Bank); Noerine Kaleeba (UNAIDS); Papa Beye (ILO); Patricia Moccia (UNICEF); Philomène Matondo (UNESCO, Kinshasa); Pierre Gambembo (UNESCO, Kinshasa); Rashid Aderinoye (UNESCO, Abuja); Ruth Kagia (World Bank); Salimata Diallo (UNESCO, Bamako); Sarah Gudyanga (UNICEF); Sonia Yeo (UNICEF); Stanley Phiri UNICEF); Stella Manda (World Bank); Sunday Uzu (ILO); Susan Opper (World Bank); Tanya Zebroff (World Bank, Zambia); Tara O’Connell (World Bank); Wack Diop (UNESCO, Yaoundé); Wafaa Neguede (UNESCO); Ydo Yao (UNESCO, Kinshasa); and Yemesrach Assefa (WFP, Ethiopia).
Note 1. On 25 April 2004, UNAIDS, its cosponsors and other key donors endorsed the “Three Ones” principles, to achieve the most efficient use of resources, and to ensure rapid action and results-based management of country-led HIV/AIDS activities. These are: one agreed HIV/AIDS action framework that provides the basis for coordinating the work of all partners; one national AIDS coordinating authority, with a broad-based multisectoral mandate; and one agreed country-level monitoring and evaluation system.
Dialogue between the networks and the development partners is emerging as an important determinant of the way forward. In carrying out this review, HIV/AIDS technical experts, representing more than 30 countries, gathered during the network meeting in Nairobi in 2007, and developed a number of positive conclusions: • Education sectors have accelerated their responses to HIV/AIDS. • Education sector responses to HIV are now being implemented by most countries. • More effective links with development partners have emerged.