Our Projects

Unitaid-funded projects develop innovative medicines, diagnostic tools and public health techniques and link them quickly, and at affordable prices, to those most in need.

Our grant projects apply the best that science has to offer to the fight against HIV and co-infections, tuberculosis and malaria in lower-resource countries.

 

 

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Grant focus
Expanding knowledge to make lifesaving medicines affordable

Grantees
Third World Network

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 4,899,620

Disease
Cross-cutting

Building country capacity to make lifesaving medicines affordable

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Grant focus
Provide a global marketplace offering quality-assured, lifesaving medicines and health-related commodities

Grantees
The Global Fund

Status
Complete

Amount
US $5,767,347

Disease
Cross-cutting

wambo.org, an online marketplace for health commodities

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Grant focus
Scaling up collaboration with developing country governments to assure the granting of quality patents

Grantees
South Centre

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 6,886,981

Disease
Cross-cutting

Building country capacity to support access to medicines

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Grant focus
Enabling generic competition to make medicines affordable

Grantees
International Treatment Preparedness Coalition (ITPC)

Status
Current

Amount
US$ 9,984,445

Disease
Cross-cutting

Affordable medicines for developing countries

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Grant focus
Negotiate voluntary licenses to enable the manufacture of low-cost, high-quality HIV, hepatitis C and tuberculosis medicines for lower-resource countries

Grantees
Medicines Patent Pool

Status
Current

Amount
US $60,366,687

Disease
Cross-cutting

The Medicines Patent Pool

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Grant focus
Channel funds through the Global Fund system to strengthen existing procurement activities

Grantees
The Global Fund

Status
Complete

Amount
US$ 27,721,132

Disease
Cross-cutting

Scaling up treatments for HIV, tuberculosis and malaria (Global Fund Round 6)

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