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Tpaa Corporate Presentation Eng 2

  1. 1. ABOUT US Transatlantic Partners Against AIDS (TPAA) is an independent, non-governmental organization that leverages the political, civic, scientific, l h li i l i i i ifi and economic resources of North American, European, and Eurasian partners to combat the rapid and devastating spread of HIV/AIDS in Russia, Ukraine and neighboring g g countries. In 2006,TPAA joined forces with the Global Business Coalition on HIV/AIDS,TB and Malaria (GBC)
  2. 2. THE TPAA - GBC PARTNERSHIP GBC mobilizes international business against HIV/AIDS and recently added tuberculosis and malaria to its mandate. l i t it dt Official focal point of the private sector d l delegation to the Global i h Gl b l Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria Headquartered in New York with offices in Paris, Johannesburg, J g Beijing, Geneva, Nairobi, Moscow and Kiev
  3. 3. THE TPAA - GBC PARTNERSHIP Comprised of more than 220 member companies; representing a combined workforce of more than 11 million employees illi l Led by Chairman Sir Mark Moody- Stuart;Vice Chairmen Bertrand Collomb and Cyril Ramaphosa; President & CEO Richard Holbrooke and Executive Director John Tedstrom Together, TPAA/GBC have a combined budget of roughly $7 million, the vast majority of which goes directly to programmatic work
  4. 4. OUR CHALLENGE The Worst Health Crisis in Human History HIV/AIDS has resulted in an estimated 25 million deaths over the last 20 years HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria are responsible for 6 millions preventable d h each year deaths h Effective prevention and public education could avert as many as 2/3 of the 45 million new HIV infections pj projected to occur gglobally over the y next decade
  5. 5. THE AIDS PANDEMIC 38.6 38 6 million people are currently living with HIV Eastern Europe Western & & Central Asia Central Europe North 1.4 million 720 000 America 1.3 million North Africa & South & East Asia & Pacific Caribbean Middle East Southeast Asia 1.1 million 330 000 440 000 7.6 7 6 million Sub-Saharan Latin America Australia & Africa 1.6 million New Zealand 24.5 24 5 million 17,400
  6. 6. HIV/AIDS IN RUSSIA The first case of HIV was registered in 1987; by the late-1990’s, Russia was home to one of the world’s f ld’ fastest-growing rates of new i f infection. Th There are more people living l li i with HIV/AIDS in Russia than any other country in Europe. It is estimated that between 800,000 and 1.5 million Russians may be living with HIV, representing between 1-2% of the country’s adult pp population.
  7. 7. HIV/AIDS IN RUSSIA Every day in Russia, 100 people Russia become HIV positive. HIV/AIDS is highly concentrated among young people – 4 of 5 Russians with HIV are under the age of 30 nearly h lf are under age 25 f 30; l half d 25. Every year, the HIV/AIDS epidemic affects an i id i ff increasing i number of women, as well as children born to HIV-positive women.
  8. 8. HIV & TUBERCULOSIS Russia is also facing a rapidly escalating TB problem, exacerbated by the spread of HIV. TB is the leading cause of death from infectious disease. According to the World Health Organization, Russia is one of the 22 high-burden hi h b d TB countries in the iih world and has one of the highest TB rates. Ten percent of new TB cases in Russia are reported to be multi-drug resistance TB (MDR-TB), according to the WHO.
  9. 9. THE OPPORTUNITY If Russia continues to harbor high rates of infection, it is estimated that 1.25 to 3 million people may become infected by 2010. if d b 2010 – or – With effective prevention campaigns that reduce rates of new infections and progressive policies that h l d i li i h help protect people living with HIV/AIDS, Russia and Ukraine can save thousands of lives.
  11. 11. BUSINESS & LABOR Empowers and supports Russian and multinational companies to: Take a public stand against stigma and discrimination Initiate education, awareness and , prevention campaigns in the workplace Support community responses to HIV/AIDS, TB and other public health concerns Leverage core competencies to fight these preventable diseases
  12. 12. BUSINESS & LABOR Organizes Business Summits on HIV/AIDS with the participation of business leaders and government officials. ffi i l Produces landmark reports on HIV/AIDS as a business issue in bi i i Russia and company surveys. Brings together business, government and non-government organizations to create dynamic g y private-public partnerships.
  13. 13. BUSINESS & LABOR GBC Membership Benefits Technical assistance International advocacy & networking platforms Advocacy campaigns featuring member companies Company profiling Events, workshops and roundtables d bl Publications, including the magazine, magazine Business Response
  14. 14. b ildin local capacit building capacity HEALTH@WORK Helps companies raise awareness among employees safeguard their employees, health, and reduce the economic losses caused by HIV/AIDS, alcohol and d d drug abuse, and other b dh preventable diseases. Specialized S i li d workplace trainings kl ii for workers, medical staff and human resource managers held at Alfa-Bank, AutoVAZ, DaimlerChrysler, Coca- Cola, BP, Unilever and other companies – who together employ p g py over one million employees.
  15. 15. enco ra in local leadership encouraging Vladimir Golovnev Co-Chairman of the All-Russian Business Association, Delovaya Association Rossiya; President, Association of Textile and Light Industries Enterprises – V E i Vostok-Service kS i Lead a group of Russian corporate executives i f i in forming the i h Russian National Association of Business Against AIDS, where he now serves as Co-Chairman
  16. 16. POLICY & LEADERSHIP Ensures that HIV/AIDS related HIV/AIDS-related policies meet international best practices on human rights, anti- discrimination, di i i i prevention measures, i treatment access, and participation of civil society Strengthens the national legislative response to HIV/AIDS through work with the Russian State Duma’s Interfactional Deputies’ Working Group on HIV/AIDS g p Initiates high-level policy meetings on HIV/AIDS g
  17. 17. POLICY & LEADERSHIP Provides instruments for effective policy formulation through independent policy analysis that includes best i l d b practices and national i d il and local policy recommendations Facilitates i F ili international il parliamentary collaborations on HIV/AIDS, particularly with partners in the CIS, India, China and the G8 Encourages broad participation of Russian civil society, including businesses, in the formulation of local, national, and international , , HIV/AIDS policy
  18. 18. b ildin local capacit building capacity On-line On line Policy Resource Center on HIV/AIDS ( Substantive, Substantive updated data on Russia’s HIV/AIDS epidemic at the federal and regional levels Economic and demographic evidence testifying to the need for urgent measures to fight HIV/AIDS fi h Analysis of Russian and international HIV/AIDS l i l i i il legislation Information about organizations and governmental structures fi h i d l fighting HIV/AIDS
  19. 19. enco ra in local leadership encouraging Mikhail Grishankov First Deputy Chairman, Security Committee; Member of the Interfactional Deputies’ Working Group on HIV/AIDS, State Duma of the Federal Assembly of the Russian h F d lA bl f h R i Federation Contributed to persuading the C ib d di h Presidential administration to include HIV/AIDS, for the first time ever, into the agenda of a special meeting of the Russian Federation State Council
  20. 20. MEDIA & AWARENESS The Russian Media Partnership to Combat HIV/AIDS Recognized as one of the most advanced and innovative media efforts on HIV/AIDS in the world Unites over 60 leading and regional media companies. The Russian Media Partnership model is now being replicated around the world (Uk i A i dh ld (Ukraine, Asia, South Africa, Latin America, Caribbean and Central Asia)
  21. 21. MEDIA & AWARENESS The StopSPID (StopAIDS) Campaign Free airtime and advertising secured through 9 major television networks, 12 radio stations, over 30 movie theaters, outdoor advertising ih d d ii locations and the press. 62% of the R i population f h Russian li have seen StopSPID materials. 2/3 express a desire to learn more. Russians who have seen StopSPID materials show higher tolerance towards people living with HIV/AIDS.
  22. 22. b ildin local capacit building capacity Journalism Program Raises awareness and builds capacity among Russian journalists and editors to improve the quality and frequency of HIV/AIDS reporting Trained 80 journalists and editors from regional media outlets, who, in turn, produced over 120 articles and dd il d other pieces of media coverage on HIV/AIDS Provides fellowships to give journalists an opportunity to work at their own HIV/AIDS-related projects
  23. 23. enco ra in local leadership encouraging Alexander Dybal Chairman of the Board of Directors of Gazprom Media; Gazprom-Media; Chairman of the Russian Media Partnership to Combat HIV/AIDS Provides guidance on production and development of StopSPID (StopAIDS) campaigns Has been instrumental in mobilizing new partners from the media, business and government sectors in the fight against HIV/AIDS
  24. 24. BEHIND THE SCENES TPAA Supporters
  25. 25. JOIN THE FIGHT Mobilizing Business & Labor Membership in the Global Business Coalition and participation in the p p HEALTH@WORK Program Advancing Policy & Leadership Sponsorship of the Leaders Forum on Private-Public Partnership Leveraging Mass Media & Public Awareness Membership and participation in the Russian Media Partnership to Combat HIV/AIDS