9 January 2017 – International Civil Society Support’s Executive Director, Peter van Rooijen, received an honourary doctorate from the University of Amsterdam for his work nationally and internationally in the fight against AIDS.
This author has yet to write their bio.Meanwhile lets just say that we are proud icssadmin contributed a whooping 29 entries.
Entries by icssadmin
Key Populations and the Global Fund: Delivering Key Results explains why ending AIDS, TB and malaria will be impossible without addressing the needs of and working with key and vulnerable populations. It details the unique role the Global Fund has played to support and mobilize domestic resources for key populations, challenge human rights barriers to […]
Global Fund Replenishment 2016: The Cost of Inaction demonstrates that inadequate investment in the Global Fund will threaten millions of lives and result in billions of dollars in additional costs. According to the report, failure to fully fund the global responses for AIDS, TB and malaria, including replenishing the Global Fund, over the next six […]
DURBAN, South Africa, 20 July 2016 – Fully replenishing the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB) and Malaria is essential for delivering on the promises to end the HIV/AIDS epidemic made in the Sustainable Development Goals and the UN Declaration on Ending AIDS. While fully replenishing the Fund would save millions of lives, failure to […]
June 2013 – ICSS Executive Director Peter van Rooijen was appointed an ‘Officier in de Orde van Oranje-Nassau’ (Officer in the Order of Orange-Nassau) at the annual HIV benefit gala AmsterdamDiner. It is bestowed for outstanding service to the community. The royal award was presented to van Rooijen by Lilliane Ploumen, Minister for International Trade and Development Cooperation, […]