UNODC Spending by Strategy Result Area in 2020 (Core and Non-Core Expenditure and Encumbrances)

Total:   $ 7 235 785



UNODC is committed to promoting health, justice, and security by being a global leader in the response to illicit drugs, transnational organized crime, and terrorism. Using its many years of experience and its technical and political credibility, UNODC strives to ensure that such initiatives are designed and implemented in a proactive, focused, and effective manner.

UNODC is the UNAIDS convening agency for HIV prevention, treatment, and care for people who use drugs and for ensuring access to comprehensive HIV services for people in prisons and other closed settings. UNODC collaborates with national and international partners, including civil society and other UNAIDS cosponsors to support countries in developing and implementing interventions. In addition, the agency works to ensure that people who use drugs, including young people, women, and people living with HIV are meaningfully involved in programme design and implementation.

In 2020, UNODC supported 24 high-priority countries in the development and implementation of comprehensive evidence-informed and gender- and age-responsive strategies and programmes among people who inject drugs based on the WHO, UNODC and UNAIDS comprehensive package of HIV prevention, treatment and care services. UNODC also supported 35 high-priority countries in developing, adopting and implementing strategies and programmes on HIV prevention, treatment and care in prisons, and in improving linkages of prison heath facilities with community health-care centres, based on the United Nations Standard Minimum Rules for the Treatment of Prisoners (Nelson Mandela Rules) and in line with the UNODC, ILO, UNDP, WHO and UNAIDS Policy Brief on HIV Prevention, Treatment and Care in Prisons and Other Closed Settings: A Comprehensive Package of Interventions.

Find more details in the Organizational report.