We help countries to introduce innovative technologies and adopt them on a large scale.

We engage with countries to understand their health needs

We find innovative health solutions that show promise

We work with governments and health organizations to try them out

And we then encourage successful ideas to be adopted in national health programmes


Children holding the first tuberculosis medicines suitable for kids (Image: TB Alliance)

Through TB Alliance, we invested US $16.7 million to develop the world’s first medicines specially adapted and correctly dosed for children.

These formulations followed World Health Organization (WHO) guidelines that made older formulations obsolete.

In October 2016, the government of Kenya announced that it would use these medicines nationwide. The governments of a further 21 countries are involved in the project.

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