Unitaid relies on more than 40 partner organizations to give technical guidance and to implement grants in the field.

Technical partners implement new techniques and bring innovations to the field

Companies in the private sector use market forces to make medical innovations more accessible

Funding partners help lower the cost of medicines and diagnostics with systems such as co-payments

Implementing partners work to bring health innovations to those who need them most

Civil society organisations help to raise awareness about medical issues


These children are some of the beneficiaries of a CHAI paediatric HIV project in Mozambique (Image: Giulio Donini/Unitaid)

Through the Clinton Health Access Initiative (CHAI) we invested more than US $400 million over 10 years to increase access to affordable HIV medicines suitable for children.

A new generation of effective first-line HIV treatments was developed to international standards, and distributed to those in need.

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