UNESCO'S ROLE AS A CO-FOUNDER OF UNAIDS AND UNESCO'S EDUCATION STRATEGY FOR HEALTH AND WELL-BEING
The article explores activities and the definition of the role of UNESCO in the area of eliminating AIDS as a threat to public health by 2030. This objective has been specified as one of the goals of UNO Sustainable Development Goal 3 that urges to ensure a healthy lifestyle and promote well-being for all at any age. The goal of the research is to analyse the activities that are undertaken by the UNESCO in order to implement the task of eliminating AIDS. The above goal is reached through a number of activities. They include the following steps: -considering activities of States in the framework of the United Nations Program on HIV / AIDS (UNAIDS), in which the UNESCO is one of the founding stakeholders; -analysing the UNESCO's key strategies against AIDS; -identifying key UNAIDS challenges; - setting fourth possible solutions. The research results pave the way for drafting recommendations to States with regard to their activities that are aimed to achieve the elimination of AIDS as a threat to public health by 2030. The relevance of the research topic derives from the urgent need to eliminate AIDS as a threat to public health in the context of the Sustainable Development Goal 3. The theoretical significance of the study is that the author's analysis of UNESCO's activities in the field of AIDS elimination is useful for states in the context of achieving the Sustainable Development Goals, namely, Goal 3.